Wright looking forward to Olympic debutCasey Wright is excited to get her chance to compete on sport's greatest stage.
Ian Chesterman reflects on the moguls qualification
Korean volunteers guess Aussie iconsWe check back in with our Korean volunteers at PyeongChang to see how they go naming iconic Australians.
Mogul skiing is a family affairShout out to all the families behind the scenes that support our Aussie mogul skiers on the track.
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
Scotty to fly the flag at Opening CeremonyScotty James could not hide his excitement at being named Australian flagbearer.
Scotty James and Shaun White - the ultimate rivalry
Windsor immensely proud to be the nation's first indigenous Winter OlympianHarley Windsor is looking forward to becoming the nation's first indigenous Winter Olympian in the coming days. He and partner Katia Alexandrovskaya spoke about their debut Games.
Korean Volunteers attempt Aussie slangPyeongChang 2018 volunteers have had a go at deciphering some Aussie slang.
Harley, Katia & Brendan are ready to goThe rest of our figure skating team have arrived just two days out from PyeongChang 2018.
Morris demonstrates his 5 twists & 3 flips jumpDavid Morris is at his third Games and is ready to put down his toughest jump yet.
Aerials press conferenceThe Aerial Team answer all the tough questions ahead of the Winter Olympic campaign.
Debutant Craine cannot hide her excitement
Korean volunteers try VegemiteAussies love their VEGEMITE, but what do these Korean volunteers think of our national delicacy?
Gloved up Scotty ready to fight for top spot on the podium
Aerial skiers are ready to send itAustralia's five aerial skiers have arrived from Ruka, Finland, and with their hardest jumps in the bank, they're ready to send it at PyeongChang
Mogul skiing Team press conference
Bobsleigh boys full of banterMeet the Aussie Men's Bobsleigh Teams who have just touched down in South Korea ahead of PyeongChang 2018
Largest Aussie Winter Olympic cross country touch downPhil Bellingham and Jess Yeaton are excited to have touched down at the home of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics.
Kent and Emily touch down in koreaSochi 2014 Olympian Kent Callister and 2016 Youth Olympian Emily Arthur are stoked to have arrived in Korea ahead of PyeongChang 2018.
Flying Farrow arrives at second Winter GamesSkeleton speedster John Farrow is looking forward to the challenge on improving on his result in Sochi.
Coady touches down before she takes flightDual Junior World Champion Tess Coady is pumped to be at her first Winter Olympic Games.
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.
Summer Olympians wish Winter athletes good luck #2Summer Olympic legends wish the PyeongChang Olympic Team good luck.