Aussie ‘Bobsled Bree’ on the verge of making her Winter Olympic debut in Beijing | ABC News

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When injury shattered Bree Walker’s Olympic dream, she goggled ‘winter sports’ and found a new one.

ABC Sport’s Daniella Intili caught up with the athlete after she won silver in the Monobob Wolrd Series in Latvia.

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