Olympic Day 2018In celebration of the 70th annual Olympic Day, Aussie Olympians took part in school and community hospital visits around the country
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
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.
Greta's climb to PyeongChangGreta Small has recovered from her knee injury and is eyeing off her second Games experience at PyeongChang 2018.
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.
Small signs autographsOlympian Greta Small signs autographs for students at Porpunkah Primary, the primary school she used to go to.
Porpunkah listens to SmallStudents of Porpunkah Primary School listen intently to the stories of Olympian Greta Small.
Small visits PorepunkahOlympian Greta Small visits her former primary school Porepunkah Primary, where four of the ASPIRE values are the school values.
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.
Day 14 GalleryIn action on Day 14 are Katya Crema, Sami Kennedy-Sim and Jenny Owens in the women's Ski Cross, Emily Bamford, Lavinia Chrystal and Greta Small in the women's Alpine Skiing Slalom, plus Deanna Lockett in the women's 1000m Short Track Speed Skating.
Day 11 GalleryIn action on Day 11 are Alex "Chumpy" Pullin, Jarryd Hughes and Cam Bolton in the men's Snowboard Cross, Deanna Lockett and Pierre Boda in Short Track Skating and Emily Bamford, Lavinia Chrystal and Greta Small in Alpine Skiing Slalom. Plus Jana Pitt
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.
Day 3 GalleryDay 3 sees Australia’s most successful Winter Olympian Dale Begg-Smith and teammates Matt Graham, Brodie Summers and Sam Hall in the Men's Moguls, plus 18-year-old Greta Small in the Alpine Skiing Super Combo and Daniel Greig in the 500m Speed Skate.
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.
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 sweeps the ANC CupGreta Small- the 2011, 2012, 2013 Overall Open ANC Ladies Cup Winner.
Greta Small best Junior and SeniorGreta Small becomes the 2011 Australian Overall Senior and Junior Champion- Thredbo Australia.
Greta aged 1414-year-old Greta Small during the Trophy Tarnaby Giant Slalom Inspection in Lappland 'Artic Circle' Tarnaby Sweden in 2010.
Greta Small aged 1313-year-old Greta Small at the Under 14's Australian Children's Giant Slalom at Mt Hotham.
Greta Small at 1212-year-old Greta Small racing for the Slalom Trophy in Pinocchio Abetone, Italy in 2008.
Greta Small U1211-year-old Greta Small during the Under 12's Australian Children's Slalom Championship run.
Greta Small aged 11Greta Small when she was 11 scaring the opposition with devils horns. Small went on to win the Victorian Children's Slalom in 2007.
Greta comes first9-year-old Greta Small takes 1st place at the Australian Alpine Interschools Div 5 Schoolgirls, 2005.
Greta racing at 88 year old Greta Small's first race in Australia! 16th place in the Victorian Interschools Div 5 in Mt Buller, VIC.
Greta aged 77 years Very proud owner of a new red suit on a Family Vacation in Val d'Isere France in 2003.
Greta aged 55 years Ripping up the slopes on Family Vacation Val d'Isere France
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.
BK for SmallEsperance students hang the BK Flag in preparation for their Chat to a Champ with Greta Small.
Small chats to EsperanceSochi hopeful Greta Small chats online with students in Esperance.
Russian Language 101Aussie athletes try their hand at speaking Russian ahead of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games.
Esperance love BKStudents from Esperance Primary who are participating in the AOC's Chat to a Champ program love BK.
Small chats to EsperanceAlpine skier Greta Small talks to students from Esperance Primary in the AOC's Chat to a Champ program.
Greta Small, skiing to SochiGreta Small is only 17 years old but she is shaping up to be one of the country's best alpine skiers.
Australian Winter Olympic hopefuls in trainingHow do Winter athletes train? Olympic aerial skier David Morris introduces the training regimes of Australian athletes across a range of Winter sports. All of the athletes are aiming to compete at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi next February.