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Pyeongchang 2018: final days

20 February 2018 6:49:36 pm AEDT

It’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.

Catch up

  • Making her own Olympic debut today, Jessica Rich also became the first Australian to compete in an Olympic Big Air competition. She just missed the finals, finishing 13th.

Jess Rich

Image credit: Steve Cuff

  • The Aussie bobsleigh boys were represented by the 2-man team of Lucas Mata and David Mari. The guys stepped up their game again last night beating their own best time on the Olympic track, recording a time of 49.87 seconds, walking away with Australia’s second best ever result in 22nd place.


  • Aussie speed skater Daniel Greig put down a strong skate in the men’s 500m race last night, posting an impressive time of 25.53 seconds - less than one second separating the top 26 skaters, but finishing Daniel up in 22nd spot.
  • Two-time Olympian Dominic Demschar finished 33rd in the men’s Giant Slalom on Day 9.


Image credit: Steve Cuff

  • Australia’s only ski slopestyle athelete at this Games, Russ Henshaw put down two clean runs in the men’s competition yesterday, with a top score of 72.60 finishing him up in 19th place.

Russ Henshaw

Image credit: Steve Cuff

  • David Morris has finished 10th in the men's Aerials Skiing finals and put down a score of 111.95 for his back full – double full – full in the first final, missing a spot in Final 2 by one place in a field that produced some seriously high scoring jumps.

Dave Morris

Image credit: Steve Cuff

Coming up

  • Sochi 2014 Olympian Anton Grimus had his first day of training at Pheonix Park yesterday ahead of the Ski Cross events which kick off tomorrow.  It’s been a rocky season just gone for him, with two surgeries in 15 months, but Anton is confident and knows he can ski fast. Hear it from the man himself.

  • Tonight in the short track speed skating Deanna Lockett will line up for her second event, the 1000m (kicking off 9.03pm AEDT).
  • Andy Jung will be taking to the ice for his favourite - the 500m event starting at around 9.45pm AEDT. Both events are qualification races, so they will be looking for a first or second place finish to get them through to the quarterfinals on Thursday.

XTM’s own Al Dower will be on the ground in Pyeongchang for the Games, cheering on  the team and sending back all the news as it happens.

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