Olympic skier Matt Graham flaunts his muscular physique at training session in Queensland

He’s the Australian skier who recently underwent surgery for a broken collarbone.

But on Thursday, Matt Graham appeared to be in fine shape when he attended a practice session at the Sleeman Sports Centre in Queensland.

In between drills, the 27-year-old showed off his muscular arms and washboard abs ahead of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing in February. 

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Welcome to the gun show! Skier Matt Graham appeared to be in fine shape as he flexed his biceps during a practice session in Brisbane on Thursday

Before strapping on his helmet and gear, the hunky athlete enjoyed a little time in the sun.

At one stage, he even gave onlookers a cheeky smirk by the pool. 

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Matt proved he’s in fighting form as he glided down the ski ramp, before shooting off into the air impressively.  

Matt’s training session comes after he had a fall during training in Sweden in December.

Hot damn! In between drills, the 27-year-old showed off his muscular arms and washboard abs

Cheeky: He even gave onlookers a smirk by the pool

Serious business: Matt’s training session comes after he had a fall in Sweden in December

‘It’s bizarre being here in an Australian summer only 22 days out from my Olympic competition, but exciting too,’ he said in a statement by the Australian Olympic Committee recently.

‘I got surgery four days after the injury, it put a plate there with 13 screws, it’s all bolted together … It’s all come really good in the past seven days and today was the first day giving it its real test.

‘I have high expectations of myself and what I want to achieve in Beijing. Having this injury, it’s not ideal but it works in my favour to have all of my experience from previous Games behind me,’ he added. 

Ready: Before he strapped on his helmet and gear, Matt enjoyed a little time in the sun

High expectations: ‘I have high expectations of myself and what I want to achieve in Beijing. Having this injury, it’s not ideal but it works in my favour to have all of my experience from previous Games behind me,’ he said

He’s off! Matt proved he’s in fighting form as he glided down the ski ramp, before shooting off into the air impressively 

Nice: Matt wowed onlookers as he flew through the sky

Matt won a silver medal at the Pyeongchang Olympics in 2018.

Next month he is expected to fly to Beijing to attend his third Olympics as part of the the Australian moguls team.

The 2022 Winter Olympics kicks off in Beijing on February 4. 

Hopeful: The 2022 Winter Olympics kicks off in Beijing on February 4

Glory days: Matt won a silver medal at the Pyeongchang Olympics in 2018