Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.

Skiing World Championships 2013

Mitchell Gourley was Australia’s only representative. He did not medal and his best result was 5th in the Men’s Super Combined Standing.

Australian team and results at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 18 – 27 February, La Molina, Spain.

Skiing World Championships 2011

Australian team won 4 medals – 1 silver and three bronze medals and finished 12th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Andrew Bor (guide)
  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Toby Kane
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2011 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 14 – 23 January, Sestriere, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2009

Australian team won 3 medals – 2 gold and 1 bronze medals and finished 6th on the medal table.

Medallists:

Team

  • Shannon Dallas – LW11
  • Mitchell Gourley – LW 6/8-2
  • Toby Kane – LW2
  • Marty Mayberry – LW3-1
  • Cameron Rahles-Rahbula – LW2

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships,  19 February Р1 March, High 1 Resort, Korea.

It was the end of a long journey for Milto and his family

Born into a skiing family, Michael Milton starting skiing from the time he could walk. Losing his leg to cancer aged nine, didn’t stop his love of skiing. He represented Australia at his first Paralympics, aged 14, in 1988, retired briefly in the 90s, then returned to win a clean sweep of all events in his class at the 2002 winter Games. In 2006, his family and his partner Penny were there for one more Games and some more Milto magic on the slopes.

Michael Milton went retro in his final race at the winter Paralympics

Bringing the curtain down on a long and successful career, in his last ever race that the winter Paralympics, Michael Milton wore the Australian team race suit from the 1994 winter Paralympics, when he won a gold, a silver and two bronze medals and became the first Australian to win a medal in every alpine skiing event at the same Games. The Torino winter Paralympics had been a tough competition for Milton but he had achieved his goal of winning a medal and was ready to move on with his life.

Slalom is the final event on the alpine skiing program and conditions were tough

Nick Watts competes in the final event on the alpine skiing program, the slalom, at the Torino winter Paralympics. Although Watts was a single leg skier, he competed with a prosthesis on his left leg after lots of experimentation, because the lower leg kept ‘getting in the way’ when he skied on a single leg. Conditions were tough for the slalom, making it difficult to differentiate between snow and sky.

The coach coached

Australian team head coach Steve Graham discusses the line to take on the course with alpine skier Dean Calabrese at the Torino winter Paralympics.

Skiing World Championships 2017

Australian team won 1 gold medal and finished 11th on the medal table.

Medallist:

Team

  • Mitchell Gourley
  • Patrick Jensen
  • Jonty O’Callaghan
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Shaun Pianta
  • Mark Soyer

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2017 World Para Skiing World Championships, 22 – 31 January 2017, Tarviso, Italy.

Skiing World Championships 2015

Australian team won 5 medals – 3 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze medals and finished 5th on the medal table.

Medallist:

  • Melissa Perrine with guide Andy Bor¬† –¬† Gold Downhill ;¬† Gold Super G, Gold Super G Combined ; Silver Slalom ; Bronze Giant Slalom

Team

  • Andy Bor
  • Melissa Perrine
  • Victoria Pendergast
  • Mark Soyer

 

Click here for detailed results.

Australian team and results at the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships, 2 – 10 March, Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia, Canada.