All posts tagged Ashleigh Werner
ASHLEIGH Werner has had a golden start to competing in bobsleigh’s newest discipline – women’s monobob (solo bobsleigh) – earning her first international race win last month at Lake Placid, USA, the 20-corner Olympic course where she first learnt to drive a sled in 2017.
Sydney's Ashleigh Werner has led her Australian women's bobsleigh team to second place overall at the end of the North America Cup in Calgary.
Sydney's Ashleigh Werner has successfully made her dream transition within Australia's women's bobsleigh squad, switching from brakeman to pilot in time for the North America Cup.
Ashleigh Werner has chosen to put herself in the driver's seat – literally – when it comes to dealing with the disappointment of her Australian women's two-person bobsleigh team missing out on the chance to compete at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang.
Jewish Sydneysider Ashleigh Werner, and her Australian women's bobsleigh teammates Bree Walker and Mikayla Dunn, went through a roller coaster of emotions in the last fortnight in France.
ASHLEIGH Werner is experiencing an incredible ride as part of the Australian women’s bobsleigh team that has begun a three-month quest to qualify in the two-person discipline for the 2018
TWO-TIME Olympic medallist Jessica Fox and Paralympian Adam Kellerman were the highest profile winners of the Maccabi NSW Jewish Sports Awards.
TAKE a deep breath and strap yourselves in for a thrilling ride, because Ashleigh Werner is set to become Australian Jewry's answer to Cool Runnings.
When more than 300 people from different religious backgrounds attended Australia’s largest interfaith event for young people – the Youth PoWR conference – in North Sydney last Saturday night (September 3), the frequency of nods of understanding stood out most.
THE Australasian Union of Jewish Students (AUJS) has elected its leadership team for 2015, with 21-year-old political enthusiast Dean Sherr set to sit at the helm as national chairperson.