Australia's Paralympians 2014

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Episode 6 Cameron Rhales Rahbula

Episode 6 Cameron Rhales Rahbula

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Veteran alpine skier Cameron Rahles-Rahbula will contest his fourth and final Games on the back of his two Vancouver bronze medals (slalom and super-combined), having retired from the sport only to return for one last shot.
Episode 5 Jess Gallagher

Episode 5 Jess Gallagher

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Having competed in the Summer Games in London, Jessica is donning the skis again and going for gold in Sochi. Jessica won her first alpine skiing medals in the giant slalom and slalom at the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup.
Episode 4 Mitchell Gourley

Episode 4 Mitchell Gourley

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Mitchell Gourley is one of Australia's best medal hopes at the Sochi 2014 Winter Paralympic Games. During the 2012-13 World Cup series Mitch collected four medals across the slalom and giant slalom events.
Episode 3 Victoria Pendergast

Episode 3 Victoria Pendergast

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Born missing the lower part of her spine, 'Tori' will hurtle down the mountain above Sochi at top speed in a custom built sled (bucket).
Episode 2 Toby Kane

Episode 2 Toby Kane

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Paralympian Toby Kane, now 27, as a 19-year-old was the youngest Australian Paralympic Team Member when he won bronze (Super G) at Torino 2006. Sochi represents Toby's 3rd Winter Games
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