Narracott hopeful of Olympic sledSochi 2014 hopeful Jaclyn Narracott talks about her family entry into the sport of skeleton.
John Farrow's amazing Skeleton story Aussie skeleton athlete John Farrow talks about his amazing recovery from injury to be in the running for Sochi 2014.
Thank you for the village art!Aussie Olympians thank local schools for their fantastic village artwork.
Narracott sets sights on Beijing 2022After making her Olympic debut in PyeongChang, Jackie Narracott is looking forward to pushing on to a second Games.
Farrow left it all on the trackIn his last Olympic Games, John Farrow gave it his all on the skeleton track. Whilst he's saying goodbye to the sport, he looks forward to seeing a new group of sliders come through the ranks.
Aussies in action - Day 7Australian athletes competed in four different sports on the seventh day of PyeongChang 2018
John FarrowJohn Farrow of Australia slides during the Men's Skeleton heats at Olympic Sliding Centre
Jaclyn Narracott practicesJaclyn Narracott practices during Women's Skeleton training ahead of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
Training well and truly underway in PyeongChangAll the best shots from our Aussie athletes training on the Pyeongchang 2018 courses they will soon be competing on.
Flying Farrow arrives at second Winter GamesSkeleton speedster John Farrow is looking forward to the challenge on improving on his result in Sochi.
More athletes land in South KoreaSkeleton slider Jackie Narracott, luge athlete Alex Ferlazzo and Speed Skater Dan Grieg have touched down in Korea and are on their way to PyeongChang.
Korean Phrases: Gomapseumnida/Thank You
Korean phrases: Hengunul Beegeyo/Good LuckThis phrase is a handy one for athletes and spectators as we prepare to cheer on the Aussie team at PyeongChang 2018.
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...
Winter Sports 101The PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic hopefuls give you the lowdown on their sports.
Skeleton 101John Farrow and Jaclyn Narracott give us the ins-and-outs of their ice sport: skeleton
Chaffer shares Olympic uniform2014 skeleton Olympian Lucy Chaffer shares items of her Olympic uniform with students from Wickham Primary School.
Chaffer celebrates Olympic DayOlympian Lucy Chaffer celebrates Olympic Day at Wickham Primary School.
Chaffer leads exercisesOlympian Lucy Chaffer leads a series of exercises at Wickham Primary School for Olympic Day.
Day 6 GalleryDay 6 kicked off with Russ Henshaw in the Ski Slopestyle along with Michelle Steele and Lucy Chaffer in the Skeleton. Alex Almoukov slogged out the 20km Individual Biathlon and Esther Bottomley and Aimee Watson cruised around the Classic Cross Countr
Day 1 GalleryDay 1 of the Sochi Games saw Britt Cox smash her way into the final of the women's Moguls and Scotty James compete in the Snowboard Slopestyle semi-final as well as action in the men's Luge and men's Biathlon.
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.
Sliding Sports Press ConferenceSKELETON & BOBSLEIGH: The Australian skeleton team and men's 2-man bobsleigh team faced the media to discuss their Sochi arrival, new equipment and also a unique hair style.
Training begins!Aussie athletes are in training ahead of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.
Steele on podium in KonigsseeSkeleton Olympian Michelle Steele on the podium in Konigssee, Germany after a 4th place at the 2014 World Cup.
Steele walks to World Cup podiumSkeleton Olympian Michelle Steele walks to the podium in Konigssee, Germany after a 4th place at the 2014 World Cup.
Steeley push startOlympian Michelle Steele at the beginning of the skeleton track at the 2014 World Cup in Igls, Austria.
From beach flags to icy track | AUS Olympic ProfileSkeleton Olympian Michelle Steele reflects on her sporting career as a Surf Life Saving beach flags specialist and how these skills led to her competing in Skeleton at the Olympic Winter Games.
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.
Steele's hopes for Skeleton in SochiOlympian Michelle Steele talks about her goals for the 2014 Olympic Games in skeleton.
Pics of Lucy Chaffer Lucy Chaffer has come from Surf Lifesaving to Skeleton and is at her first Winter Olympics in Sochi,
Steele - Skeleton StarMichelle Steele made history when she was the first woman to compete in Skeleton for Australia at the Olympics, at the Torino 2006 Games. Eight years later she is set to compete at her second Games in Sochi,
Chaffer on Olympic trackAustralian skeleton Olympic hopeful, Lucy Chaffer, describes the track at the 2014 Sochi Games.
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
Music and images thanks to Getty Images
Chaffer explains SkeletonSochi hopeful Lucy Chaffer explains how she plummets down an icy track, head first, reaching speeds of up to 130kmph in the sport of skeleton.
Just Add SnowThe Just Add Snow advertisement for Sochi on Ten
Shaun Boyle - men's skeletonShaun Boyle competes in the men's skeleton. Copyright IOC and Channel Seven.
Michelle Steele - women's skeletonMichelle Steele competes in the women's skeleton. Copyright IOC and Channel Seven.
Melissa Hoar - Women's skeletonMelissa Hoar competes in the women's skeleton. She finishes heat 1 with a time of 54.73, heat 2 with a time of 54.48, heat 3 with a time of 54.48 and heat 4 with a time of 54.53. Copyright IOC and Channel Seven.
Emma Lincoln-Smith - Women's skeletonEmma Lincoln-Smith competes in the women's skeleton. She finishes her first heat with a time of 54.28, her second in 54.41, her third in 54.54, and her fourth in 54.40. Copyright IOC and Channel Seven.
Anthony Deane - Men's skeletonAnthony Deane competes in the men's skeleton. He finishes run 3 with a time of 54:68. Copyright IOC and Channel Seven.
AUS Olympic Team behind the scenesCome behind the scenes with Australia's Sochi 2014 Olympic hopefuls!
John Farrow Profile - ABC GrandstandABC Grandstand spend time with Sochi 2014 Hopeful in Skeleton - John Farrow.
Summer skeleton trainingNow that summer is coming to Australia and I am in Canada preparing for our winter sliding season, here is a video of some of my summer skeleton training with USA skeleton athlete Nick Crumpton in beautiful Park City. Enjoy!
John Farrow's Road to RecoveryAustralian Skeleton athlete John Farrow gives a unique insight into some of the major challenges he has faced in the last two years preparing for Sochi 2014. Anybody who has had to deal with an injury- especially a knee injury- will be able to relate
Sanki Sliding Centre in Krasnaya Polyana