Busy alpine program comes to a closeLouis Muhlen and Katie Parker wrap up a busy alpine skiing program at the Lillehammer 2016 Youth Olympic Games.
Dom Demschar reflects on his rough final day of AlpineIt wasn't the final day he was hoping for, but Dominic Demschar says that's the nature of the Games.
Small speeds toward DownhillGreta Small has recorded the best ever result by an Australian woman in the Downhill.
Aussies in Action Day 12From the precision of figure skating to the speed of Downhill skiing, check out the Aussies in action on Day 12
Dom Demschar reflects on his opening PyeongChang eventDom Demschar discusses his 3rd place finish in the men's Giant Slalom and what he will take from it looking ahead to his next event.
Dom DemscharDominic Demschar of Australia competes during the Alpine Skiing Men's Giant Slalom on day nine of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
Aussies in action - Day 9All the best shots from the Aussies laying it down in PyeongChang.
After a bumpy journey, Small is stoked to be racing at PyeongChangGreta Small is happy to have the first race under her belt in her 3-event programme for PyeongChang 2018.
Greta keen for Alpine challengeOne year after knee surgery, Sochi Olympian Greta Small is fit and healthy and ready to give her all at PyeongChang 2018.
Australian athletes enjoy team reception
Korean Phrases: Olympik medal padgo siphoyoPossibly the most important Korean phrase of all, our PyeongChang 2018 hopeful athletes learn how to say 'I want an Olympic Medal'
Korean Phrases: Gomapseumnida/Thank You
Korean PhrasesYour PyeongChang 2018 hopeful athletes are practicing their Korean language skills ahead of the next Winter Olympic Games.
Korean phrase: Ajoo Chowoyo/It's so cold With an average temperature of -3°c in February in PyeongChang, this is a Korean phrase that might come in handy for our Olympic team at PyeongChang 2018!
Korean phrases: Anyoung Haseyo/HelloOur PyeongChang 2018 hopefuls might be working hard in training and smashing it on the slopes, but their Korean language skills might need a little more practice...
Greta's climb to PyeongChangGreta Small has recovered from her knee injury and is eyeing off her second Games experience at PyeongChang 2018.
Team Processing session for PyeongChang 2018Kailani Craine takes us behind the scenes of the Australian Olympic Team Processing Session for PyeongChang 2018 in Melbourne on April 27.
Solid start for alpine speedstersLouis Muhlen and Katie Parker kicked off their Lillehammer 2016 campaign with the Super G event at Hafjell Olympic Slope.
Training begins for Alpine speedstersLouis Muhlen and Katie Parker have gotten their first taste of the Lillehammer slopes having trained on the Super G and Giant Slalom courses.
YOG Village filling up with AussiesThe majority of Aussie athletes have arrived in the Lillehammer 2016 Village and are loving it!
Lillehammer 2016 experience to be invaluable for young winter starsGreta Small talks about how her Winter Youth Olympics experience helped propel her alpine career.
Great Small - road to recoverySochi 2014 winter Olympian Greta Small talks about her road to recovery from an ACL injury.
Alpine skiers reflect on first OlympicsALPINE SKIING: After competing in two events each in Sochi, Ross Peraudo and Dominic Demschar spoke to olympics.com.au about their experience.
Greta Small Olympics ReviewAs the Sochi Olympics race towards the Closing Ceremony olympics.com.au will be speaking with Aussie athletes about their favourite experiences. Greta Small had the busiest program of any Australian, competing in all five of the women's Alpine Skiing
Greta's great Games come to an end18-year-old Greta Small had the busiest Olympics of any Australian athlete. She competed in al five of the women's Alpine Skiing events.
Alpine men ready to race idols in SochiDominic Demschar and Ross Peraudo talk about making their Olympic debut against some of Alpine Skiing's biggest names.
Day 5 GalleryDay 5 sees 18-year-old young gun, Greta Small in the Alpine Skiing Downhill, Daniel Greig in Speed Skating, plus Torah Bright, Holly Crawford, Steph Magiros and Hannh Trigger in action in the Snowboard Halfpipe.
Impressive start to Olympic campaign for SmallALPINE SKIING: Greta Small has finished in 15th place in the women's super combined event, the first of five events Small will compete at in Sochi. After the event she spoke to the media in Rosa Khutor.
Training going well for BamfordALPINE SKIING: Australian alpine skiers are currently training before their first events, and Emily Bamford is impressed with the facilities in place. Bamford will make her Olympic debut in the women's giant slalom on Tuesday the 18th of February.
Day 2 GallerySunday in Sochi and we find the fastest man on skis in the world, Torah Bright competes in Slopestyle final plus Callum Watson (Cross Country), Lucy Glanville (Biathlon) and Alex Ferlazzo (Luge) are all in action for Australia.
Opening Ceremony in picturesThe Opening Ceremony for the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games was held at the Fisht Stadium on Friday 7 February. Australia was the second country to march into the stadium, behind Flagbearer Alex 'Chumpy' Pullin.
2014 Team ReceptionAthletes, officials and guests gathered in Rosa Khutor to celebrate the Australian Team Reception and the announcement of the 2014 Team Flagbearer - Alex Pullin.
Chef has chosen Flagbearer as youth prepare for debutIan Chesterman has chosen the flagbearer for Friday's Opening Ceremony as Alex Ferlazzo and Greta Small prepare for their first Olympics after experiencing the 2012 Youth Olympics. Press Conference highlights from Sochi.
Training begins!Aussie athletes are in training ahead of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.
Aussies fly through the clouds and dreams come trueOvernight nine Australians made the journey to Sochi to double the Australian contingent in Sochi to-date. There were two Olympians and three Youth Olympians among them, and they all shared a sense of adrenalin for the Games ahead!
Greta Small over the yearsWatch Greta Small grow from a young skier into a Youth Olympian and 2014 Olympic Team member! Includes photos from Sochi Olympics Alpine Super Combined.
Shooting for SochiAthlete portrait sessions captured by Australian Olympic Team supplier Getty Images. This collection profiles some of the Australian athletes aiming to compete at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Russia in February, 2014.
Ross Peraudo races to SochiAlpine Skier Ross Peraudo racing around the world.
Fan Wall: Show your supportPost a message on the AUS Olympic Team Fan Wall at olympics.com.au > Fan Zone > Fan Wall or copy and paste this link to show your support: http://sochi2014.olympics.com.au/fan-zone/fan-zone/fan-wall
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Jenny Owens - Women's super G alpine skiingJenny Owens competes in the women's super G alpine skiing event. Copyright IOC and Channel Seven.
Jenny Owens - Women's downhill alpine skiingJenny Owens competes in the women's downhill alpine skiing event. Copyright IOC and CHannel Seven.
Craig Branch - men's super G alpine skiingCraig Branch competes in the men's super G alpine skiing event. Copyright IOC and Channel Seven.
Aaron AJ Bear - Men's super G alpine skiingAaron AJ Bear competes in the men's super G alpine skiing. Copyright IOC and Channel Seven.
Alice Jones - women's Super G alpine skiingAlice Jones competes in the women's Super G alpine skiing event. She goes off course and does not finish. Copyright IOC and Channel Seven.
Alice Jones - Women's downhill alpine skiingAlice Jones competes in the downhill alpine skiing event. Copyright IOC and Channel Seven.
Emily Bamford's pure focusAustralian slalom and giant slalom athlete Emily Bamford poses during a portrait session on October 16, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia.
Bamford ready for SochiAustralian slalom and giant slalom athlete Emily Bamford poses during a portrait session on October 16, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia.
Bamford skis the perfect lineAustralian slalom and giant slalom athlete Emily Bamford poses during a portrait session on October 16, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia.
Bamford facing the elementsAustralian slalom and giant slalom athlete Emily Bamford poses during a portrait session on October 16, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia.