One of Australia's most successful Winter Olympians, snowboarder Torah Bright, has been left out of the PyeongChang Games team. The Australian Olympic Committee has announced 45 athletes to compete in the South Korean region …
Olympic Gold medalist Torah Bright is back in her native Australia tearing it up, not on the snow slopes, but competing on Australian television. Bright, 27, is currently appearing on Series 14 of Dancing With The Stars with professional …
2006 Olympic champion Hannah Teter and 2010 Olympic champion Torah Bright. Among all that, her four Olympics produced zero snowboard cross wins. She’s not the first winter sport icon to endure something like this (see Michelle …
The snowboard action returned to Sochi’s Rosa Khutor resort for the women’s boardercross event, the final stage in the trifecta of Torah Bright’s Olympic dreams. Torah fulfilled her quest to become the first snowboarder to compete in …
In women's halfpipe, Australian snowboarder Torah Bright outdueled the two …
A disappointed Torah Bright will watch from afar as Australia undertakes its most promising Winter Olympics campaign at the PyeongChang Games. The gold and silver medallist withdrew her name from selection before the Australian …
Names like Alisa Camplin, gold in women's aerials in Salt Lake City in 2002, Dale …
WINTER Olympic champion Torah Bright has lifted the lid on her darkest chapter in which she battled grief, personal …
"My goal now is to land the tricks I do and just to enjoy being at the Olympics." Without the injured gold and silver-winner Torah Bright, Australia's women's snowboard team is staring down the barrel of its first medal-less Games since …
This week the Torah underscores the importance of multi-pronged approaches ... from school corridors into the halls of lawmaking and leadership. And may the …