Torah Bright, an Australian Olympic snowboarder, is at the Australian Open. She is not participating in the tournament. She did however take a tee shot during a charity portion of the week’s events. The tee shot went sideways and hit a …
And here she is, coming on fast, too fast, to the third steeply banked turn. She had gotten an okay jump out of the gate yet quickly fell behind at the first jump. But behind in boarder-cross is not always bad. Behind means that the people ahead …
Just as the snow machines fell silent, marking the end of the Sochi games, Jacqui Cooper, a five-time Olympic aerial skier, fronted Sky News. Cooper - a former member of the Australian Olympic Committee’s Athletes’ Commission - was keen …
Bright, the 23-year-old originally from Cooma, Australia, won without trying the "double cork" — the double-flipping jump she'd been practicing all year, one that's increasingly popular on the men's side but hasn't yet been tried by a woman in …
"And then to land on top was just unbelievable." Standing on either side of her - American snowboarding icon and 2002 Olympic gold medalist Kelly Clark, and 2010 gold medalist Australian Torah Bright. Fellow American Hannah Teter, …
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So maybe they aren’t untouchable. Both Shaun White and Kelly Clark took rare tumbles in the halfpipe Saturday during …
Australian snowboarder Torah Bright may have won a gold medal at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, but her stuff off the tee could really use some finessing. The 29-year-old fired her drive right into a camera operator at a Sydney charity …
Canberra aerial skier Laura Peel is hoping to turn a double bronze will transform into an Olympic Games medal in South Korea next month. But Cooma star Torah Bright's hopes of competing in PyeongChang and at her third Olympics …
There are some Torah concepts so fundamental to my life’s path that I ... that he entered a synagogue in 1985 for the first time since his Bar Mitzvah dressed in bright red shorts and a t-shirt. The young Rabbi interrupted people who were …
But snowboard halfpipe star Torah Bright, who won gold in 2010 at Vancouver and silver in 2014 at Sochi has been omitted after her qualifying campaign was delayed by injury. Bright finished 15th and eighth at recent World Cup events …