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It has been a historic weekend for Australian Cross Country skiing as five Aussies took on the world’s best at the PyeongChang 2018 Test Event.
With just over a year to go until the 23rd edition of the Winter Olympic Games gets underway, Australia’s best cross country skiers will get their chance to see just what they’re in for at PyeongChang 2018.
Australians Callum Watson, Paul Kovacs and Phil Bellingham stepped up their preparations for Pyeongchang 2018 with competitive performances at the Cross Country Skiing World Cup in Falun, Sweden over the weekend.
CROSS COUNTRY: Aussies Phil Bellingham and Callum Watson have capped off their debut Olympic Games with a 12th place finish in their semi-final of the Cross Country Team Sprint.
CROSS COUNTRY: Australians Callum Watson and Phil Bellingham have finished the grueling 15km Cross Country Classic in 75th and 76th place respectively out of a field of 92.
BLOG: How good was Anna Segal? Day 4 started with Anna's bright Ski Slopestyle performance, then our Cross Country crew battled a tough course. By night Scotty James & Nate Johnstone were unlucky to miss Halfpipe final, but Kent Callister stepped up!
CROSS COUNTRY SKIING: Australia’s Phil Bellingham and Callum Watson have finished 55th and 85th in Men’s Sprint Free Cross Country event at the Laura Cross Country and Biathlon Centre.
CROSS COUNTRY SKIING: Esther Bottomley made Australian Olympic history on Tuesday in Russia as she became the first female Cross Country athlete to race in the green and gold at three Winter Games.