The Winter Olympics will run from 9 to 25 February in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Check out the profiles below for more information on CSU’s athletes, the latest news and their competition schedules.
2018 PyeongChang – CSU athlete profiles
Home town: Canberra
Degree: B. Health Science (Food and Nutrition)
- 15 February: Ladies' Aerials Qualifications from 10pm (AEDST)
- 16 February: Ladies' Aerials Finals from 10pm (AEDST)
On the Aerial Skiing World Cup circuit since 2011, Laura Peel won her first World Cup in Austria in 2015. The former gymnast made her Olympic debut at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games, placing seventh in the women's Aerials. Laura is currently preparing for PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics, and is considered an Australian medal favourite following her 2018 World Cup bronze medal.
Home town: Mount Beauty Schedule
Degree: B. Teaching (Secondary) - 2017 graduate
- 11 February: Men's 30km Skiathlon, 5.15pm (AEDST)
- 13 February: Men's Cross Country Sprint Classic, Qualifications from 8.05pm (AEDST), Quarter finals from 10.25pm (AEDST), Semi-finals from 11.05pm (AEDST), Final, 11.34pm (AEDST)
- 16 February: Men's 15km Free, 5.00pm (AEDST)
- 21 February: Men's Team Sprint Free, Semi-finals from 7.44pm (AEDST), Final, 9.30pm (AEDST)
- 24 February: Men's 50km Mass Start, 4.00pm (AEDST)
A strong start to 2017 has cross country skier Phil Bellingham on track to compete at his second Olympic Games at PyeongChang 2018. Having made his Olympic debut in Sochi 2014, Bellingham now has his sights set on bettering his best Olympic result of 55th in the individual sprint.