Lassila overcomes exhausting day to win bronzeFREESTYLE AERIALS: The morning after winning bronze, Lydia Lassila spoke about the big effort it took to medal and the need for a world class water ramp facility in Australia.
Lassila speaks to the media after winning bronzeFreestyle Aerials: Moments after winning bronze, Lydia Lassila spoke to the Australian media in Rosa Khutor.
Last jump fall keeps Henshaw from potential podiumFREESTYLE SKI SLOPESTYLE: Shortly after Russ Henshaw placed eighth in the men's slopestyle event, he caught up with the media in Rosa Khutor.
Slopestyle athletes speak to mediaThe Australian Skiers and Snowboard Slopestyle athletes have arrived in Sochi, and met the media in their opening Press Conference on Sunday 2 February 2014 in Gorki near Rosa Khutor ahead of the Sochi 2014 Olympics .
Sochi 2014 Hopeful: Sami Kennedy-SimSki cross athlete Sami Kennedy-Sim talks about her journey to Sochi and how she won't let suffering a stroke stand in her way of Olympic success.
The importance of sports pyschologists to Olympic performanceSports pyschologist Dr Thomas Hammond talks about the mental side of Winter Olympic sports.
Henshaw embraces rollercoaster ride to second GamesRuss Henshaw had a tough time getting to his second Games but once here he embraced the challenge of taking on the world's best.
Aussie-est quotes during the 2018 Winter OlympicsIt doesn't get much more Aussie than this!
Aussies in action - Day 9All the best shots from the Aussies laying it down in PyeongChang.
Ski Slopestyle explainedHigh Performance manager and Olympic skier Ramone Cooper breaks down what Ski Slopestyle invovles.
The Olympic career of Lydia LassilaFive time Olympian Lydia Lassila made her Olympic debut at Sal Lake City 2002. Lets take a look at her Olympic career spanning almost two decades.
Peel proud of Olympic top 5Laura Peel is happy she achieved her goal of making the PyeongChang 2018 Super Final
Kennedy-Sim and Anton arrive in PyeongChangNever fear, the Aussie Ski Cross Team are here!
Lydia's legacy will live onLydia Lassila may not have got the result she wanted in PyeongChang but her legacy in Australian sport will live on for many years to come.
Aussies in action - Day 7Australian athletes competed in four different sports on the seventh day of PyeongChang 2018
Madii and Jakara loving the Olympic whirlwindMoguls Olympic debutants Madii Himbury and Jakara Anthony have loved the chance to compete on sport's greatest stage.
Matt Graham receives silver medal The 23-year-old not only secured Australia's first medal at PyeongChang but Australia's third for Mogul skiing.
Moguls men sum up PyeongChang experienceRohan Chapman-Davies and James Matheson discuss their debut Olympic experience at the PyeongChagn 2018 Games.
Rohan Chapman-DaviesIn his Olympic debut, Rohan Chapman-Davies finished 22nd in the men's Moguls.
Rohan Chapman-DaviesRohan Chapman-Davies competes in the men's Moguls Qualification on day three of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
James MathesonJames Matheson finished just outside the cutoff in Final 1 on Monday night placing 14th with a score of 75.98.
James MathesonJames Matheson finished 14th in his Olympic debut at PyeongChang.
Matt GrahamMatt Graham waves the Australian flag after claiming silver in the men's Moguls finals on Monday night.
Summers confident he made the correct callMoguls skier Brodie Summers discusses missing out on competing in PyeongChang.
Matt GrahamMatt Graham has secured Australia's first medal of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics after claiming silver in the men's Moguls final on Monday night.
Matt GrahamMatt Graham secured Australia's first medal of the 2018 Winter Olympics after claiming silver in the men's Moguls final.
Matt Graham on his epic silver performanceMoguls silver medallist Matt Graham reflects on his medal winning performance.
Aerial Skiing explainedBefore our Aerial team hit the PyeongChang slopes, learn all you need to know about this incredible sport!
Jakara AnthonyJakara Anthony competes in women's Moguls finals
Jakara AnthonyJakara Anthony congratulates Perrine Laffont
Madii Himbury Madii Himbury competes in women's Moguls qualifications
Madii HimburyMadii Himbury competes in women's Moguls qualifications
Claudia GueliClaudia Gueli competes in women's Moguls qualifications
Britt CoxBritt Cox after competing in the women's Moguls Final
Britt CoxBritt Cox competes in women's Moguls final
Britt CoxBritt Cox competes in Moguls Final
Aussies in action Day 2Catch up on all the action from the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
Aussies in Action Day 3Check out all the best images of our Aussies competing on Day 3 of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics.
Jakara and Britt reflect on top 5 resultsJakara Anthony and Britt Cox have both recorded top 5 result in the women's moguls competition at PyeongChang
David Morris and his family discuss the Olympic dream
Ian Chesterman reflects on the moguls qualification
Mogul skiing is a family affairShout out to all the families behind the scenes that support our Aussie mogul skiers on the track.
Australian athletes enjoy team reception
Britt Cox trainingAustralia's Britt Cox trains on the PyeongChang 2018 course.
Training well and truly underway in PyeongChangAll the best shots from our Aussie athletes training on the Pyeongchang 2018 courses they will soon be competing on.
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.
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
Mogul skiing athletes portrait shootBritt Cox, Matt Graham, Brodie Summers and Jakara Anthony are looking fine ahead of the PyeongChang Olympics