Women’s Moguls Finals
Tune in: Sun Feb 11th, 9.30pm AEDT
Cheer nice and loud for Britt Cox- our first real shot at a medal. She dominated the 2016/17 season with seven World Cup wins, the overall Crystal Globe and world title.
Tune in: Thurs Feb 15th + Fri 16th, 9pm
A dual Olympic medallist (Lydia Lassila), former World No.2 (Danielle Scott) and a former world champ (Laura Peel) lead Australia’s charge for a fifth straight women’s aerials medal. We’ve won a medal in this at every Games since 2002!
Women’s Snowboard Cross
Tune in: Fri Feb 16th, noon
Belle Brockhoff is entering the Games without an ACL after a horror run of injuries. Just getting to the starting line is worthy of a medal!
Ladies’ Singles and Pairs Figure Skating
Tune in: Wed Feb 14th, noon + Thurs 15th, 12.30pm + Wed 21st + Fri 23rd, noon
Australia has two female teenagers competing: Kailani Craine in the ladies’ singles and Moscow-born Ekaterina ‘Katia’ Alexandrovskaya alongside Harley Windsor in the pairs.
Women’s Ski Cross
Tune in: Fri Feb 23rd, 1:30pm
Sami Kennedy-Sim can handle the unexpected; in 2013, she suffered a minor stroke. Chipping off milestones ever since, Sami qualified for the 2014 Games and finally, after more than 70 World Cup races, won her first World Cup medal in 2017.
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