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Simon Patmore breaks AUstralia's 16 year gold medal droughtOver the last few weeks, we could not be prouder to have watched Australia’s Paralympic Winter athletes doing their thing in XTM.

The PyeongChang campaign has been our best since 2002. The team nailed their medal targets - taking one gold and three bronze medals home with them from Pyeongchang. They finished up in 15th place on the medal tally, immediately below Norway and two spots behind Great Britain - up four spots from our 19th at Sochi where the team took out two bronze medals.

Simon Patmore made history, becoming the second Australian to win medals at both the summer and winter Games, while also breaking a 16 year gold medal drought for the Aussies. Image credit: Australian Paralympic Committee


Australia's Olympic athletes farewell Pyeongchang

25 February 2018 2:27:00 pm AEDT

Australia's winter team farewell Pyeongchang
Another Winter Olympics has come and gone and what an emotional rollercoaster it was for us Aussies.

The highlights were 3 Olympic medals and a total of 12 top ten finishes.

3 torn ACL's, a broken collar bone and a dislocated elbow were reminders of how extreme winter sports are. As Lydia would say "If you want a controlled environment take up swimming". 

Image credit: @Ausolympics Instagram


Pyeongchang 2018: final days

20 February 2018 6:49:36 pm AEDT

dave morrisIt’s been a busy week – medals, parties, Olympic debuts and swan songs, Australian history being made and a whole lot of amazing Aussie sportsmanship on display at PyeongChang 2018.

We have finally had a chance to take a breath and look back on it all.

Image credit: Steve Cuff


Brockhoff 11th overall

16 February 2018 5:46:06 pm AEDT

Belle Brockhoff 11th in the world

Our girl Belle Brockhoff may have missed a medal chance after she crashed out in the semi-finals of the women’s snowboard cross but what she did in the small final was nothing less than golden.

We could see she was close to tears as she waited to begin the small final.

Her self belief and phenomenal mental strength carried her through to the end of the course, coming in at 5th and taking out 11th spot overall.

Image Credit: Steve Cuff


Dave Morris

Australia’s first male Aerial Skiier, Dave Morris makes his third Winter Olympic campaign tonight and should be watched for more than one reason.

“I have retired 3 times now. So if I'm still here; I can't be trusted."

Determination and character – Dave has both in bucket loads and we will see him put it all into action when the Men's Aerials qualifications kick off from 10pm on day 8, with the finals the following night.


Aerials glove giveaway

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These are a favourite of the Aussie Olympic team – worn by Danielle Scott, Laura Kate Peel, Lydia Lassila and the Aerials team, as well as Britt Cox, Jakara Anthony and the Moguls athletes.

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Snowboard Cross AussiesWhat an exciting day of competition today.

In the Snowboard Cross, the Aussies started the day really strong with Cam Bolton, Alex Chumpy Pullin and Adam Lambert qualifying directly through from the first seeding round.

The Women's aerials was another tale of disappointment and triumph that left us gasping.

Image credit: Steve Cuff


Laura Peel, Dual Olympian Aerialist“Aerial Skiing is an extreme sport. It takes 3 seconds, you’re skiing at 60km/h, you’re 10m high in the air but when you come off that jump and you hit that perfect take off, it's like time freezes.”

And its in that moment that soon to be two time Olympian Laura Peel finds both her calm and her fire.

We are definitely looking forward to seeing Laura and her teammates, Lydia and Dani fly high in the women’s qualifications tonight at 10pm AEDT at Phoenix Snow Park.

To tide you over, here is a recent interview with Laura at XTM house.


Scotty gets his gloves on the Bronze

15 February 2018 1:07:02 pm AEDT

Halfpipe medal ceremonyAustralia’s second medal for the Games was claimed by Scotty James taking out bronze in the men’s snowboard halfpipe. 

Scotty put down his medal-winning run first, with a score of 92.00. American Shaun White won gold with a massive final run scoring 97.75, followed by Japan’s Ayumu Hirano with 95.25. Aussie Kent Callister also competed in yesterday's final, finishing in 11th place.

Image credit: Steve Cuff


Day 6 kicks off at Pyeongchang

15 February 2018 10:45:55 am AEDT

Chumpy credit AAPFive days down and two medals already in Aussie hands.

Some amazing athletes repping the green and gold today when the Snowboard Cross, Skeleton, Alpine Skiing and Aerials all kick off.

Image credit: AAP


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