Day 10 saw David Morris claim silver in the men’s Freestyle Aerials, Australia’s third medal in Sochi! Australians watched on in awe as the 29-year-old had the jump of his life. People were cheering and congratulating Morris from all around the world.
After asking advice from women’s Aerials bronze medallist Lydia Lassila, Morris stuck his silver winning jump.
The Olympian who discovered Morris in 2004, Kirstie Marshall, and two-time Aerials Olympian Alisa Camplin both tweeted their joy.
Australia’s most successful Olympian Ian Thorpe congratulated Morris and the Aerials team.
Olympians in Sochi were watching and cheering on Australia’s third medallist at the 2014 Games.
It wasn’t just Olympians cheering on Morris to his second place.
For details of tweets please see: http://sochi2014.olympics.com.au/news/australia-amazed-by-aerials-silver
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