Ecstatic Craine reflects on perfect debutWith a debut she can be incredibly proud of, Kailani Craine is looking forward to many more Olympic experiences to come.
Positive Craine proud of Olympic debutKailani Craine made her Olympic debut at PyeongChang with a fantastic Short Program, and is looking forward to Friday's Free Skate.
Harley and Katia proud of Olympic debutHarley Windsor and Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya discuss their Olympic dream being realised today.
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.
Harley, Katia & Brendan are ready to goThe rest of our figure skating team have arrived just two days out from PyeongChang 2018.
Debutant Craine cannot hide her excitement
Opening Ceremony jacket for PyeongChang unveiledAustralia's first selected Winter Olympic Team athletes help unveil the Opening Ceremony jackets for PyeongChang.
Figure Skaters named on the 2018 Australian Winter Olympic Team
Korean Phrases: Olympik medal padgo siphoyoPossibly the most important Korean phrase of all, our PyeongChang 2018 hopeful athletes learn how to say 'I want an Olympic Medal'
Korean Phrases: Gomapseumnida/Thank You
Kailani Craine's journey to PyeongChang Figure skater Kailani Craine shares her journey to what she hopes will be her Olympic debut.
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...
Figure Skating 101PyeongChang 2018 housefuls Kailani Craine and Brooklee Han breakdown their sport of figure skating.
Team Processing session for PyeongChang 2018Kailani Craine takes us behind the scenes of the Australian Olympic Team Processing Session for PyeongChang 2018 in Melbourne on April 27.