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2018 Winter Olympic Torch Relay

15 November 2017 2:52:04 PM AEDT

The Korean Winter Olympic games are now 100 days away!

The Olympic flame arrived in the city of Incheon on the first of this month where it begins its journey through the country, marking the run up to the opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.

Follow the 2018 Winter Olympic Torch Relay through Korea with us ..


Aussie Winter Athletes

Lydia Lassila (35, Aerial)

Four-time Olympic competitor Lydia Lassila won her first Olympic medal, a gold in the Aerials discipline, at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. Following with a bronze in 2014 at Sochi.

In 2010, she was awarded 'The Don' Award by the Sport Australia Hall of Fame. Following a two season break during which she gave birth to her second son, her inspirational return to form. This included: three gold medals at this year's Aerial World Cup Final in Moscow, and qualification for the 2018 Australian Winter Olympics team. All of this earning the 35 year old athlete the AOC's Outstanding Achievement Award.

Britt Cox (22, Mogul Skiing)

Born into a family of Mogul Skiing enthusiasts, centered around the Victoria skiing hub of Falls Creek, it would be fair to say that ...


All You Need To Know About Britt Cox

19 September 2017 9:32:16 PM AEST

Britt Cox

With the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang, Korea, now less than a year away, we take a look at Australia’s massive hope in the mogul skiing competition. Britt Cox, a 23-year-old skier who is dominating her field. She’s just won the World Championships.

But what’s her story?


George Murphy at Interschools 2017

With just over 150 days to the 2018 Winter Games in PyeongChang, Official Olympic Team Supplier XTM will be profiling some great athletes - the past, present and future of Australian snow sports.

We are proud to know them, work with them and to share a love for the snow and drive to always race faster, fly higher, push the limits, and make the best products...
– to show the world Australia is a country to be taken seriously in winter sports!

 First up... George Murphy

Interschools Nationals are underway at Mt Buller this week and we got to chat to George Murphy - an awesome talent coming up through the ranks that we have been following for a while. It almost sounds odd to say you have followed someone for ‘a while’ when they only just turned 14, but George is already a comp veteran – his first competition was an Interschools Alpine GS event at Thredbo in 2012. 

So when we were looking for someone to chat Interschools you can see why he was our guy!


#BlizzardofOzReturns... again?!

5 September 2017 12:45:54 PM AEST

XTM braves the Blizzard of Oz#blizzardofoz #snowymcsnowface #snowmageddon

Hashtags. Yep, we’ve seen just about every one of the above this winter, along with what are being billed as the biggest dumps of the last decade. But at what point do 'freak' weather conditions that turn the Aussie alps into every amateur photographers’ white-capped wonderland, and have visitors digging their cars out of metres of snow lose their mantel of being 'freaky' and become just plain 'normal'.

As we head into yet another #blizzardofoz event this week, XTM Environment and Weather writer and Snowriders Australia co-founder, Glenn Shiell explains what this means for the future of Australian snow seasons.


Go Behind The Scenes With Gore-Tex Lab Testing

16 August 2017 1:00:31 PM AEST


Ever wanted to go behind the scenes with Gore-Tex to find out where the magic happens?

Join us as we take a wander through the company’s new world-class fabrics testing facility.  

Gore-Tex, who have been innovating for forty years, are known for their awesome fabrics that are both highly waterproof and highly breathable at the same time. Fabrics that help men, women and kids brave the outdoors with greater confidence. But what is the key to their success, innovation and unique fabric products that keep us warm and protect us from the elements?


The Amazing Comeback of Lydia Lassila

31 July 2017 11:29:08 AM AEST

Lydia Lassila wins gold

Lydia Lassila, an Australian Olympic aerial ski champion, began believing when she was a child: that one day, she would win an Olympic gold medal. This, and so much more she has achieved during her 19 year sporting career. After first winning gold  at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, she has overcome horrific knee injuries, and took some time out to have a family. Only to make more than one spectacular comeback. Now at 35 years old, she aspires to compete in the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea...




PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics

29 June 2017 2:25:36 PM AEST

Pyeong Change 2018 Winter Olympics

What you need to know about the upcoming PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.

The PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics In South Korea are now less than ten months away. To get you in the mood, we cover everything you need to know about the world’s biggest winter sports event, from key dates and details, to Olympians you need to watch out for.

When Are The Games?

The Winter Olympic Games kick off on February 8 2018, and end on February 25.  However, in an unusual move, the opening ceremony...


Harley Windsor and Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya

 Harley Windsor and Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya a pair of bright, young figure-skating stars are set to explode onto the 2018 Winter Olympics arena. They have gained world-wide attention with their rapid rise through the figure skating ranks. Becoming the Junior World Pair Skating champions for 2017, and the 2017 Australian National champions in little more than one year.

Harley from Rooty Hill, NSW, born on the 22nd October 1996, is of Australian Aboriginal descent. He began his skating career in 2005 almost by mistake. When aged nine, he and his mum took a wrong turn when out driving, when he noticed an ice skating rink, and...


Australia's Best Ever Medal Winning Season!

3 April 2017 11:06:57 AM AEST

Scott JamesAustralia's skiers and snowboarders have just wrapped up their most successful season ever! In the season finale Alex ‘Chumpy’ Pullin claimed his third World Cup podium for the season, taking Australia's total to 35 World Cup medals and 5 World Championships medals for the 2016 - 2017 season. The best previous medal haul was in 2012 - 2013 with 25 total medals (22 World Cup and 3 at the World Championships).

Other standout performances came from Scotty James who won his...


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