World Cup Winning snowboarder Tess Coady will make history when she wears green and gold in the women’s Slopestyle in her highly anticipated Olympic debut.
Australia’s quartet of Moguls stars – Brodie Summers, Cooper Woods, James Matheson and Matt Graham – will go for gold in the Men’s Moguls. After making a triumphant return from a broken collarbone suffered in December 2021, Olympic silver medalist Matt Graham will attempt to keep his 2022 Beijing Olympic medal chances alive.
Australia’s most iconic Winter Olympian, Steven Bradbury calls the Men’s Short Track Speed Skating, as Brendan Corey begins his campaign to win our first gold medal in the event since Bradbury’s 2002 Salt Lake City effort.
Townsville’s own Alex Ferlazzo will fly down the track at speeds up to 140 kms per hour in the men’s Luge.
12.00pm Curling Mixed Doubles | Australia’s Tahli Gill and Dean Hewitt return for Session 7 of the Curling Mixed Doubles Round Robin – Australia v Norway
1.45pm Women’s Snowboard Slopestyle | Australian Tess Coady in the women’s Snowboard Slopestyle
5.00pm Curling Mixed Doubles | Dean Hewitt and Tahli Gill compete in Session 8 of the Curling Mixed Doubles Round Robin – Australia v Italy
9.00pm Freestyle Skiing Men’s Moguls | Matt Graham, Brodie Summers, James Matheson, Cooper Woods and compete for Australia in the Freestyle Skiing Men’s Moguls, vying for their spot in the Men’s Moguls Finals
10.00pm Short Track Speed Skating | Women’s 500m Short Track Speed Skating Heats, Brendan Corey in Men’s 1000m Short Track Speed Skating Heats, Mixed Team Short Track Speed Skating Finals
10.10pm Men’s Luge | Australian Olympic debutant Alex Ferlazzo in the Men’s Luge Singles
*All times AEDT