Youth Olympic star aims for Sochi spotFigure skater Chantelle Kerry finished 10th at the inaugural Winter Youth Olympics and is now aiming to compete in Sochi in 2014. Photos courtesy Getty Images.
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.
Cate Campbell - 100m Freestyle, 50m FreestyleCate Campbell qualifies for the the Women's 100 Metre Freestyle during the Australian Olympic Swimming Trials at the South Australian Aquatic & Leisure Centre on March 21, 2012 in Adelaide, Australia.
Day 9 Wrap - Laidlaw last Aussie to raceHarry Laidlaw was Australia's last athlete competing at Innsbruck 2012. He raced well in the slalom to finish 17th and with only qualifying able to take place in Ski Cross he finished 4th here.
Super Combined LaidlawHarry Laidlaw of Australia skis in the Mens Super Combined event during the Winter Youth Olympic Games on January 15, 2012 in Patscherkofel, Austria.
Sam skating on iceSam Hodic in the first of six ice hockey skills during the qualifiers on day four of the Winter Youth Olympics.
Leggett nails ski cross qualificationAustralia's Claudia Leggett finished 5th fastest in the ski cross qualification at the Innsbruck 2012 Winter Youth Olympics.
Sam and Sharnita get their jerseysSam and Sharnita get their jerseys
Flagged for a big futureClaudia Leggett draped in the Australian Flag in the lead up to the Innsbruck 2012 Winter Youth Olympics.
Jack and the flagSki cross athlete Jack Millar with the Australian Flag before the Innsbruck 2012 Winter Youth Olympics.
Start-gate trainingClaudia Leggett and Jack Millar practice their ski cross starts at a training venue in Leogang, Austria.
Millar and Leggett at the VillageSki Cross athletes Jack Millar and Claudia Leggett in the Youth Olympic Village.
Millar qualifiesAustralia freestyle skier Jack Millar after his qualification run in the men's ski cross at the Innsbruck 2012 Winter Youth Olympics.
Ready for the Opening CeremonyJack Millar, Harry Laidlaw and Thomas Waddell before the Opening Ceremony of the Innsbruck 2012 Winter Youth Olympics.
Slalom actionHarry Laidlaw of Australia in action during the men's Slalom event on January 21, 2012 in Patscherkofel, Austria.
Slalom under snowfallHarry Laidlaw competes in the men's slalom in heavy snow at the Innsbruck 2012 Winter Youth Olympic Games.
Ski Cross 4thAustralia's Harry Laidlaw after finishing fourth fastest in the qualifying run for the ski cross. Finals were cancelled because of weather so Harry finished 4th overall.
Athlete Gallery - Harry Laidlaw15-year-old Harry Laidlaw had the busiest schedule of all the Aussies at the Innsbruck 2012 Winter Youth Olympics, competing in alpine skiing and ski cross.
Day 8 WrapOn Day 8 of the Winter Youth Olympics, Australia's Greta Small took to the slopes in the women's slalom.
Sharnita and mumSharnita Crompton and her mum Michelle at the Olympiaworld rink after Neats won bronze in the ice hockey skills challenge.
Sharnita on the podiumSharnita Crompton wins bronze in the ice hockey skills challenge at Olympiaworld, Innsbruck on January 19, 2012.
The bronzed duoSnowboarder Alex Fitch and ice hockey player Sharnita Crompton from the NSW Central Coast won Australia's first medals at the Winter Youth Olympics with bronze in the snowboard slopestyle and ice hockey skills challenge respectively on January 19, 2012 in Innsbruck, Austria.
Sharnita's support teamSharnita with coach Andrew Reynolds and fellow ice hockey skills challenge competitor Sam Hodic after winning bronze at Olympiaworld, Innsbruck on January 19, 2012.
Sharnita's mascot presentationSharnita Crompton receives the YOGGL mascot after coming third in the ice hockey skills challenge final on January 19, 2012 at Olympiaworld, Innsbruck.
Sharnita seals bronzeSharnita Crompton reacts when her name comes up in the bronze medal position at the Winter Youth Olympic Games ice hockey skills challenge final.