Meet our Athletes
The Australian Olympic Team for the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games consists of 51 athletes.
The athletes selected represent the best credentialed team sent to a Winter Olympics by Australia having claimed 54 individual World Cup medals to go with five World Championship podiums over the past 18 months between them. Of the 51 athletes selected in the 2018 Australian Olympic Team to date, 20 will wear the Olympic rings for the first time.
Now a household name, the Vancouver gold medallist is looking to go out on a high. Here’s more on how the 36-year-old balances day-to-day life and with her high-flying sporting career.
Born on the NSW Central Coast, 22-year-old Matt Graham has enjoyed a strong season in the lead-up to PyeongChang, with four podiums in World Cup events. Read more on Matt.
Sami Kennedy-Sim is heading to her second Olympic Games to compete in the Freestyle discipline of Ski Cross. Find out where it all began for Sami in this Schoolyard to Sports Star story.
Boardercross athlete Adam Lambert admits ‘12 months ago I had no idea how I was going to make it work’. Now, he’s made it.Read more about the young gun.
- View bios and more details on the full Australian team on the AOC Website
Note the Paralympic team will be listed once finalised.