2018 Olympic Winter Games - Ladies Moguls (Final commences Sunday 11pm AEDT; Qualification begins Friday 12pm AEDT)
Victorian Britteny Cox is Australia's best chance of winning a gold medal in Pyeongchang, with TAB rating her a $6 chance of standing on top of the dais.
Cox was the youngest athlete at the 2010 Games in Vancouver and now, at 23 years of age, she is ready to announce herself on the world stage.
She knows her best is good enough, having claimed the gold medal at the world championships in Spain last year, and we're tipping her to join Dale Begg-Smith as Australia's only medallists in the moguls event.
XGA 2018 Profile: Scotty James
X Games Aspen 2017 Snowboard SuperPipe gold medalist Scotty James hails from Melbourne, Australia, but he didn't always identify as a snowboarder.
2018 Olympic Winter Games - Men's Snowboard Half Pipe (Final commences Wednesday 12:30pm AEDT; Qualification begins Tuesday 3pm)
Scotty James is Australia's second-best gold medal hope, after Britteny Cox, in South Korea.
The reigning world champion has enjoyed a huge 12 months, and his efforts saw him named the Australian Institute of Sport's Male Athlete of the Year.
But he was beaten at the XGames recently in Aspen, by Ayumu Hirano, and the Japanese sensation is fancied to go one better than in Sochi four years ago.