Thank you for the village art!Aussie Olympians thank local schools for their fantastic village artwork.
Narracott sets sights on Beijing 2022After making her Olympic debut in PyeongChang, Jackie Narracott is looking forward to pushing on to a second Games.
Farrow left it all on the trackIn his last Olympic Games, John Farrow gave it his all on the skeleton track. Whilst he's saying goodbye to the sport, he looks forward to seeing a new group of sliders come through the ranks.
Flying Farrow arrives at second Winter GamesSkeleton speedster John Farrow is looking forward to the challenge on improving on his result in Sochi.
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.
Korean Phrases: Gomapseumnida/Thank You
Korean phrases: Hengunul Beegeyo/Good LuckThis phrase is a handy one for athletes and spectators as we prepare to cheer on the Aussie team at PyeongChang 2018.
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...
Skeleton 101John Farrow and Jaclyn Narracott give us the ins-and-outs of their ice sport: skeleton