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BLOG: The past 16 days have whizzed past in a green and gold blur. I've had the time of my life jumping around cheering on the Aussies in Sochi! I'm about to head back to Australia, but before I do here are a few of my Games highlights!
SNOWBOARD – HALFPIPE: Not even next-to-no preparation for her signature event, Snowboard Halfpipe, could keep Torah Bright off the podium, such is her amazing talent.
SNOWBOARD-HALFPIPE: Australia’s halfpipe queen Torah Bright has qualified straight to the final at the Sochi Olympic Winter Games, with a fantastic display in her first run of heat 2.
SNOWBOARD - HALFPIPE: Stephanie Magiros has flown the flag for Australia in the first heat of the women’s Halfpipe and placed ninth (57.35) to grab the last spot for the semi-final.
SNOWBOARD – HALFPIPE: Vancouver 2010 Gold medallist Torah Bright will be out to defend her Olympic title when the Women’s Halfpipe gets underway at Rosa Khutor Extreme Park on Wednesday from 2pm local time (9pm AEDT).