AUSTRALIA'S Amy Sheehan has continued her great run of form, claiming her second World Cup bronze medal in nine days.
After finishing third in Calgary last week, the 27-year-old (pictured) from Byron Bay jumped into third place on the World Cup standings with another bronze-medal result in Breckenridge in the US.
A year ago, Sheehan finished 15th in a World Cup meet in Sochi, the scene of next month's Winter Olympics, and left Russia with a world ranking of 25.
But since her fiance Chris Boghokian became her coach, Sheehan has taken her results to another level.
"He actually used to build halfpipes so he knows a lot about the sport - he has really helped me a lot," Sheehan said.
While Sheehan has qualified for Sochi, fellow ski halfpipe athlete Davina Williams was 20th in Breckenridge and faces a nervous wait to see whether she has earned a place.