Morris eyes more Games glory

18 June 2015

FREESTYLE SKIING: Sochi Winter Olympics silver medallist David Morris has revealed he's eyeing more Games glory in 2018 after pulling the pin on retirement.

The aerial skier became just the third Australian man to win an individual Winter Olympics medal last February.

The 30-year-old has spent the past few weeks training on a water ramp in Melbourne with the intention of returning to the World Cup circuit this northern hemisphere winter.

Morris says he deliberately kept his comeback under wraps.

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