AYOF 2007

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Almost 1600 athletes competed over the five days of competition at the 2007 Australian Youth Olympic Festival, across

China have finished with all eight diving gold medals on offer at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival after winning both the men's and women's synchronised ten metre platform events at the Sydney Aquatic Centre. The Chinese men’s team of Li Teng and Ying Hong both claimed their second medals of the competition, scoring 328.32 points with extraordinary dives that at times lacked synchronisation but barely varied from the text book example.

Australia’s last chance at a medal has been lost on the final morning of the Australian Youth Olympic Festival

Australia’s rising star of rhythmics, Chloe Hayes, won bronze in the all-around competition to cap off an outstanding gymnastics competition at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF).

The gala figure skating event at the 2007 Australian Youth Olympic Festival, was a fitting farewell with a showcase of amazing talent.After two days of intense competition, the gala program presented the top five skaters from the men’s and ladies’ groups, as well as an exhibition of some other Australian competitors

Great Britain has taken out the gold medal at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival upsetting Australia 4-2 at the Sydney Hockey Centre. In unbearable heat, the host team was unable to maintain their undefeated status for the tournament with the tourists coming out strong and never looking back.

Kiwi shooting sensation Myles Browne-Cole blew away the competition in the men’s trap today, securing the gold and his second medal of the Festival. Great Britain’s Lee Campion and New Zealander Richard Tennant took silver and bronze after surviving a tense race for the minor medals

China’s clean sweep of gold medals in the individual event of the Australian Youth Olympic Festival badminton competition was hijacked by Malaysia on the final day.In the mixed doubles, Xiao Li Wang and Tian Li defeated Wee Kiong Tan and Khe Wei Woon of Malaysia 21-17 11-21 21-17

NSW Brings down the house

21 January 2007

In a day dominated by Great Britain, New South Wales saved their best for last by winning gold in the men’s eight, the final event of the 2007 Australian Youth Olympic Festival rowing competition

Great Britain and China have come out on top at the conclusion of the table tennis on Day 5 of the Australian Youth Olympic Festival at Sydney Olympic Park.The all-Chinese female singles match between Meng Chen and Chen Xi Shi kept the crowd enthralled for thirty minutes,

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