The Australian Olympic Team for the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games has been unveiled with more than 40 of the nation’s finest athletes set to hit the ice and snow when the Games kick off on February 9.
Five Australian athletes will hope to be the fastest down the mountain in the snowboard cross events at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games, as four men and one women are selected to don the green and gold.
With seven previous Olympic Games and 22 World Cup and World Championship medals between them, the five athletes selected to represent Australia in snowboard halfpipe at PyeongChang 2018 know what it takes to be the best.
Tess Coady and Jessica Rich will make their Olympic debuts at PyeongChang 2018 in the snowboard disciplines of slopestyle and big air.
Swisse Wellness is pleased to announce it is continuing to power Australia’s dreams as a partner of the 2018 Winter Olympic Team, unveiling its new campaign and announcing two new Olympic ambassadors.
After electing to skip the last Olympic qualifying World Cup in Turkey last week for more training in Whistler, Canada, Jarryd Hughes will rejoin the Aussie contingent for two more World Cups in Bankso, Bulgaria and Feldberg, Germany over the next two weekends before the Games begin in PyeongChang.
In a sea of star spangled banners, Emily Arthur and Kent Callister proudly waved the Aussie flag at the Snowboard Halfpipe Mammoth Grand Prix on the weekend.
Australia's Holly Crawford and Nate Johnstone have finished seventh and tenth in the final Halfpipe World Cup prior to PyeongChang 2018.
In unpredictable weather conditions, PyeongChang hopefuls Torah Bright, Holly Crawford and Nate Johnstone are all through to the snowboard halfpipe finals at the Laax World Cup.