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Jakara Anthony's PyeongChang photo diary

Published 6 March 2018 (AEDT)

PYEONGCHANG 2018: From cheering on their fellow teammates, to exploring the culture of a new country, the excitement of the Olympic Games carries on for Australian athletes well after competition has ended.Jakara Anthony

Mogul skier Jakara Anthony not only had an incredible Olympic debut, finishing fourth at PyeongChang, but she also made the most of every opportunity the Games had to offer outside of competition.

Go behind the scenes of the 2018 Olympic Games with a look into Jakara’s photo dairy.


Post competition, Jakara and her teammate Madii Himbury have media opportunities and interviews with local and international media.


Exploring the Olympic village

Scotty James

Cheering on Scotty James in the Snowboard Halfpipe.


Being an integral member of the green and gold cheer squad.

Deanna Lockett

Supporting Short Track Speed Skater Deanna Lockett

slidingSki jumping centre

Checking out the other competition venues, such as the sliding centre and ski jumping centre.

ice hockey

Watching a world class ice hockey match.

Rings beachPyeongChang beach

Heading to the beach near the Gangneung Olympic Village on the coast.


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