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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Snowboarder Jess Rich, Aussie bobsleigh team just miss out on finals— something that was perhaps a blessing given the brutal winds on the course th
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
— something that was perhaps a blessing given the brutal winds on the course that subsequently played a part in teammate Tess Coady tearing ligaments in her ACL. Rich's pre-Games routine consisted not of snow time but gym work and icing... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australia's Jess Rich out of snowboard big air in PyeongChang– something that was perhaps a blessing given the brutal winds on the course th
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
– something that was perhaps a blessing given the brutal winds on the course that subsequently played a part in teammate Tess Coady tearing ligaments in her ACL. Rich's pre-Games routine consisted not of snow time but gym work and icing... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australia's Jess Rich out of snowboard big air in PyeongChang– something that was perhaps a blessing given the brutal winds on the course th
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
– something that was perhaps a blessing given the brutal winds on the course that subsequently played a part in teammate Tess Coady tearing ligaments in her ACL. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. Rich's pre-Games... Read more
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The Age
Australia's Jess Rich out of snowboard big air in PyeongChang– something that was perhaps a blessing given the brutal winds on the course th
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
– something that was perhaps a blessing given the brutal winds on the course that subsequently played a part in teammate Tess Coady tearing ligaments in her ACL. Rich's pre-Games routine consisted not of snow time but gym work and icing... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
The most dominant force at the Olympics? Windpull up at the last moment because snow made it impossible to see or the wind s
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 6 days ago
pull up at the last moment because snow made it impossible to see or the wind socks on the jumps were completely stiffened. Tess Coady of Australia blamed the wind for a knee injury sustained in a training run before the competition. "Got picked up... Read more
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WA Today
Winter Olympics 2018: Chief calls for review after crash in high winds ends snowboarder Tess Coady's Gamesde mission Ian Chesterman has called for a review into the circumstances surrou
WA Today / Posted 8 days ago
de mission Ian Chesterman has called for a review into the circumstances surrounding a Games-ending injury to snowboarder Tess Coady, who ruptured her ACL in practice for the slopestyle event on Sunday. The 17 year-old looks set for a long... Read more
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CBS News
The elephant in the halfpipe: Female snowboarders at risk of concussionsweather conditions, as they had just done with the women's Alpine skiing giant
CBS News / Posted 10 days ago
weather conditions, as they had just done with the women's Alpine skiing giant slalom. Seventeen-year-old Australian rider Tess Coady tore her ACL, when she "got picked up by the wind," as she put it. And Austrian Anna Gasser, who finished 15th,... Read more
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CBS News
Some Olympic athletes irked after competing in "dangerous" windsin my run, so that was bad, too. I had a fall and hurt my chin a little bit so
CBS News / Posted 10 days ago
in my run, so that was bad, too. I had a fall and hurt my chin a little bit so it wasn't too nice." On Sunday, 17-year-old Tess Coady, the youngest member of the Australian team in South Korea, was forced out of the Games after wrecking her left... Read more
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Daily Mail
Russian skier suffers horror crash at Winter Olympics in high windsin my run, so that was bad, too. I had a fall and hurt my chin a little bit so
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
in my run, so that was bad, too. I had a fall and hurt my chin a little bit so it wasn't too nice.' On Sunday, 17-year-old Tess Coady, the youngest member of the Australian team in South Korea, was forced out of the Games after wrecking her left... Read more
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dna
Pyeongchang Winter Olympics: Angry snowboarders hit out at 'dangerous' finalin my run, so that was bad, too. I had a fall and hurt my chin a little bit so
dna / Posted 12 days ago
in my run, so that was bad, too. I had a fall and hurt my chin a little bit so it wasn't too nice." On Sunday, 17-year-old Tess Coady, the youngest member of the Australian team in South Korea, was forced out of the Games after wrecking her left... Read more
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Daily Mail
Jamie Anderson defends title in Olympic women's slopestylein my run, so that was bad, too. I had a fall and hurt my chin a little bit so
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
in my run, so that was bad, too. I had a fall and hurt my chin a little bit so it wasn't too nice.' On Sunday, 17-year-old Tess Coady, the youngest member of the Australian team in South Korea, was forced out of the Games after wrecking her left... Read more
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Gulf News
An ill wind blows through Pyeongchangit,” said the 17-year-old. “The girls on the podium showed that and that is why
Gulf News / Posted 12 days ago
it,” said the 17-year-old. “The girls on the podium showed that and that is why they are up there.”Australian snowboarder Tess Coady, however, was left contemplating a lengthy period of recuperation on Monday after suffering a serious knee injury... Read more
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DW
Organizers criticized for allowing slopestyle final to go ahead despite high winds |was caught by a gust as she was about to land, resulting in a torn meniscus in
DW / Posted 12 days ago
was caught by a gust as she was about to land, resulting in a torn meniscus in one of her knees. Australia's Tess Coady also suffered a serious knee injury in practice, as did Katie Ormerod of Britain. The International Ski... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
How the fierce winds are impacting the 2018 Winter Olympics competitionhoping that won’t happen,” Adams said. Athletes say the wind has been an extra
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 12 days ago
hoping that won’t happen,” Adams said. Athletes say the wind has been an extraordinary challenge. Australian snowboarder Tess Coady, 17, said the high winds contributed to her crash during a practice run Sunday which left her with a ruptured ACL... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
How the fierce winds are impacting the 2018 Winter Olympics competitionhoping that won’t happen,” Adams said. Athletes say the wind has been an extra
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 12 days ago
hoping that won’t happen,” Adams said. Athletes say the wind has been an extraordinary challenge. Australian snowboarder Tess Coady, 17, said the high winds contributed to her crash during a practice run Sunday which left her with a ruptured ACL... Read more
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EuroNews
Ill-wind blows no good for Pyeongchang gamesit,” said the 17-year-old. “The girls on the podium showed that and that is why
EuroNews / Posted 12 days ago
it,” said the 17-year-old. “The girls on the podium showed that and that is why they are up there.” Australian snowboarder Tess Coady, however, was left contemplating a lengthy period of recuperation on Monday after suffering a serious knee injury... Read more
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Reuters Sports News
Ill-wind blows no good for Pyeongchang gamesit,” said the 17-year-old. “The girls on the podium showed that and that is why
Reuters Sports News / Posted 12 days ago
it,” said the 17-year-old. “The girls on the podium showed that and that is why they are up there.” Australian snowboarder Tess Coady, however, was left contemplating a lengthy period of recuperation on Monday after suffering a serious knee injury... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Winds wreak havoc at Winter Olympics, Coady blames gusts for injuryWinter Olympics: Wind wreaks havoc at slopestyle, Tess Coady blames gusts for i
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
Winter Olympics: Wind wreaks havoc at slopestyle, Tess Coady blames gusts for injury In another day of windy conditions in Pyeongchang, Olympic women's slopestyle athletes crashed one by one as they competed for gold. Strong headwinds appeared to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Winter Olympics 2018: Chief calls for review after crash in high winds ends snowboarder Tess Coady's Gamesde mission Ian Chesterman has called for a review into the circumstances surrou
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
de mission Ian Chesterman has called for a review into the circumstances surrounding a Games-ending injury to snowboarder Tess Coady, who ruptured her ACL in practice for the slopestyle event on Sunday. The 17 year-old looks set for a long... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
How the Aussies fared on day two in Pyeongchangmoguls, where Britt Cox and Jakara Anthony reached the superfinal but missed ou
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 13 days ago
moguls, where Britt Cox and Jakara Anthony reached the superfinal but missed out on the medals. Australia's snowboarder Tess Coady became the second member of the team to miss a qualification, when she injured herself on her first practice run... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Winter Olympics 2018: Chief calls for review after crash in high winds ends snowboarder Tess Coady's Gamesde mission Ian Chesterman has called for a review into the circumstances surrou
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
de mission Ian Chesterman has called for a review into the circumstances surrounding a Games-ending injury to snowboarder Tess Coady, who ruptured her ACL in practice for the slopestyle event on Sunday. The 17 year-old looks set for a long... Read more
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The Age
Winter Olympics 2018: Chief calls for review after crash in high winds ends snowboarder Tess Coady's Gamesde mission Ian Chesterman has called for a review into the circumstances surrou
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
de mission Ian Chesterman has called for a review into the circumstances surrounding a Games-ending injury to snowboarder Tess Coady, who ruptured her ACL in practice for the slopestyle event on Sunday. The 17 year-old looks set for a long... Read more
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Herald Sun
Cruellest blow flattens Aussie snowboard starTEENAGE star Tess Coady has been forced out of the Olympic Games snowboard slop
Herald Sun / Posted 13 days ago
TEENAGE star Tess Coady has been forced out of the Olympic Games snowboard slopestyle at the Winter Olympics after an injury in warm-up. The Australian Olympic Committee confirmed she suffered a knee injury while preparing for her Olympic... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Aussie snowboard star injured, out of eventTEENAGE star Tess Coady has been forced out of the Olympic Games snowboard slop
Adelaide Now / Posted 13 days ago
TEENAGE star Tess Coady has been forced out of the Olympic Games snowboard slopestyle at the Winter Olympics after an injury in warm-up, according to Channel Seven. Seven’s reporters at the Phoenix Snow Park said the 17-year-old Coady, who had a... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Aussie snowboard star injured, out of eventTEENAGE star Tess Coady has been forced out of the Olympic Games snowboard slop
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 days ago
TEENAGE star Tess Coady has been forced out of the Olympic Games snowboard slopestyle at the Winter Olympics after an injury in warm-up, according to Channel Seven. Seven’s reporters at the Phoenix Snow Park said the 17-year-old Coady, who had a... Read more
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News.com.au
Aussie snowboard star injured, out of event: reportCoady poses during a 2018 Australian Winter Olympic Team portrait session. Sou
News.com.au / Posted 13 days ago
Coady poses during a 2018 Australian Winter Olympic Team portrait session. Source:Supplied TEENAGE star Tess Coady has been forced out of the Olympic Games snowboard slopestyle at the Winter Olympics after an injury in warm-up, according to Channel... Read more
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WA Today
Tess Coady and Emily Arthur signal life after Torah Bright for Australiaovershadowed what promises to be a superb insight into the future of competitiv
WA Today / Posted 13 days ago
overshadowed what promises to be a superb insight into the future of competitive women's riding in Australia. In teenagers Tess Coady and Emily Arthur that future appears to be in good hands. Coady, 17, is a world junior champion in both... Read more
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Canberra Times
Tess Coady and Emily Arthur signal life after Torah Bright for Australia–– with gold in 2010 and silver in Sochi four years ago –– had been hoping for
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
–– with gold in 2010 and silver in Sochi four years ago –– had been hoping for a swansong in South Korea. New hope: Tess Coady during a slopestyle training session prior to the start of the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang. Photo: AP But... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tess Coady and Emily Arthur signal life after Torah Bright for Australia–– with gold in 2010 and silver in Sochi four years ago –– had been hoping for
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
–– with gold in 2010 and silver in Sochi four years ago –– had been hoping for a swansong in South Korea. New hope: Tess Coady during a slopestyle training session prior to the start of the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang. Photo: AP But... Read more
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The Age
Tess Coady and Emily Arthur signal life after Torah Bright for Australia–– with gold in 2010 and silver in Sochi four years ago –– had been hoping for
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
–– with gold in 2010 and silver in Sochi four years ago –– had been hoping for a swansong in South Korea. New hope: Tess Coady during a slopestyle training session prior to the start of the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang. Photo: AP But... Read more
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News.com.au
Fuming Aussie ‘made a goose of himself’overshadowed what promises to be a superb insight into the future of competitiv
News.com.au / Posted 14 days ago
overshadowed what promises to be a superb insight into the future of competitive women’s riding in Australia. In teenagers Tess Coady and Emily Arthur that future appears to be in good hands. Coady, 17, is a world junior champion in both... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Who are the Aussie athletes to watch at the Winter Olympics?including snowboard-cross athlete Jarryd Hughes, mogul skier Brodie Summers, an
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 days ago
including snowboard-cross athlete Jarryd Hughes, mogul skier Brodie Summers, and Olympic snowboard slopestyle debutant Tess Coady aren't out of the question either. Winter sports carry variables like the weather, the snow conditions, and even... Read more
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News.com.au
‘Shafted!’ Problem with huge call on Aussie medal haulFeb. 11, 9.30pm: Women’s moguls final (Britt Cox). Monday, Feb. 12, 12pm: Wome
News.com.au / Posted 16 days ago
Feb. 11, 9.30pm: Women’s moguls final (Britt Cox). Monday, Feb. 12, 12pm: Women’s Snowboard Slopestyle Final (Tess Coady) Monday, Feb. 12, 9.30pm: Men’s Moguls Finals (Matt Graham) Wednesday, Feb. 14, 12pm: Figure Skating Pairs Short... Read more
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Canberra Times
Winter Olympics 2018: Aussies chase best ever resultI understand what can come of it." Snowboard compatriot Torah Bright failed to
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
I understand what can come of it." Snowboard compatriot Torah Bright failed to qualify for PyeongChang but in 17 year-old Tess Coady - already a World Cup medallist in slopestyle - and improving 18 year-old halfpipe rider Emily Arthur, the sport's... Read more
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Adelaide Now
In-form Aussies set to take PyeongChang by stormI understand what can come of it.” Snowboard compatriot Torah Bright failed to
Adelaide Now / Posted 16 days ago
I understand what can come of it.” Snowboard compatriot Torah Bright failed to qualify for PyeongChang but in 17 year-old Tess Coady - already a World Cup medallist in slopestyle - and improving 18 year-old halfpipe rider Emily Arthur, the sport’s... Read more
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The Courier Mail
In-form Aussies set to take PyeongChang by stormI understand what can come of it.” Snowboard compatriot Torah Bright failed to
The Courier Mail / Posted 16 days ago
I understand what can come of it.” Snowboard compatriot Torah Bright failed to qualify for PyeongChang but in 17 year-old Tess Coady - already a World Cup medallist in slopestyle - and improving 18 year-old halfpipe rider Emily Arthur, the sport’s... Read more
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The Age
Winter Olympics 2018: Aussies chase best ever resultI understand what can come of it." Snowboard compatriot Torah Bright failed to
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
I understand what can come of it." Snowboard compatriot Torah Bright failed to qualify for PyeongChang but in 17 year-old Tess Coady - already a World Cup medallist in slopestyle - and improving 18 year-old halfpipe rider Emily Arthur, the sport's... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Winter Olympics 2018: Aussies chase best ever resultI understand what can come of it." Snowboard compatriot Torah Bright failed to
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
I understand what can come of it." Snowboard compatriot Torah Bright failed to qualify for PyeongChang but in 17 year-old Tess Coady - already a World Cup medallist in slopestyle - and improving 18 year-old halfpipe rider Emily Arthur, the sport's... Read more
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News.com.au
Winter Olympics: Guide to ‘best ever’ Aussie teamFeb 11, 9.30pm: Women’s moguls final (Britt Cox). Monday, Feb 12, 12pm: Women’
News.com.au / Posted 17 days ago
Feb 11, 9.30pm: Women’s moguls final (Britt Cox). Monday, Feb 12, 12pm: Women’s Snowboard Slopestyle Final (Tess Coady) Monday, Feb 12, 9.30pm: Men’s Moguls Finals (Matt Graham) Wednesday, Feb 14, 12pm: Figure Skating Pairs Short... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australian Olympic young gun Tess Coady ready for slopestyle testWinter Olympics: Australian snowboarder Tess Coady is a star on the rise ahead
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 17 days ago
Winter Olympics: Australian snowboarder Tess Coady is a star on the rise ahead of Pyeongchang At 17 years of age, snowboarder Tess Coady will be the youngest Australian Olympian in 2018 — but she was even younger when she had a brush with fame that... Read more
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Canberra Times
Winter Olympics 2018: The top 10 Australian athletes to watchresults for the 2018 season so far. He will look to improve upon these results
Canberra Times / Posted 19 days ago
results for the 2018 season so far. He will look to improve upon these results and get into a medal winning position. 7. Tess Coady (snowboarding) The 17-year-old will make her Olympic debut in PyeongChang competing in two events: slopestyle and... Read more
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The Age
Winter Olympics 2018: The top 10 Australian athletes to watchresults for the 2018 season so far. He will look to improve upon these results
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
results for the 2018 season so far. He will look to improve upon these results and get into a medal winning position. 7. Tess Coady (snowboarding) The 17-year-old will make her Olympic debut in PyeongChang competing in two events: slopestyle and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Winter Olympics 2018: The top 10 Australian athletes to watchresults for the 2018 season so far. He will look to improve upon these results
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
results for the 2018 season so far. He will look to improve upon these results and get into a medal winning position. 7. Tess Coady (snowboarding) The 17-year-old will make her Olympic debut in PyeongChang competing in two events: slopestyle and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Winter Olympics 2018: Torah Bright out of PyeongChang GamesJames - snowboard (halfpipe) Kent Callister - snowboard (halfpipe) Jessica Ri
Canberra Times / Posted 29 days ago
James - snowboard (halfpipe) Kent Callister - snowboard (halfpipe) Jessica Rich - snowboard (slopestyle/big air) Tess Coady - snowboard (slopestyle/big air) Jarryd Hughes - snowboard (cross) Adam Lambert - snowboard (cross) Alex Pullin... Read more
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Canberra Times
Laura Peel chases winter Olympic Games glory, but Torah Bright misses selectionJames - snowboard (halfpipe) Kent Callister - snowboard (halfpipe) Jessica Ri
Canberra Times / Posted 30 days ago
James - snowboard (halfpipe) Kent Callister - snowboard (halfpipe) Jessica Rich - snowboard (slopestyle/big air) Tess Coady - snowboard (slopestyle/big air) Jarryd Hughes - snowboard (cross) Adam Lambert - snowboard (cross) Alex Pullin... Read more
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