Queenslanders Luke Willian and Jodie Duff reveled in the “Sunshine State” conditions to win race two of the Scody Australian Junior Triathlon Series in heat wave conditions at Penrith today.
2012 was a breakthrough year for pistol shooter Hayley Chapman as she made her Olympic debut in London, but the 20-year-old has already moved on from that experience – and moved across the country to help her achieve her goals.
Australia has always punched above its weight in the sporting arena. This nation of just less than 23 million citizens- most of whom are sports mad- has produced champion after champion across the sporting landscape, and the sport of shooting is no exception.
AYOF: Today marks the 50 day countdown to the 2013 Australian Youth Olympic Festival, a chance to see Australia’s future Olympians compete in an international multi-sport event.
The game they play in heaven will once again be part of the biggest sporting event in the world, as Rugby Sevens joins the Rio 2016 Olympic program.
Australia’s gymnastics results at the London 2012 Olympic Games were some of the nation’s finest to date and the young stars of the future hope to continue that good form at next year’s Australian Youth Olympic Festival.
The Australian men’s and women’s hockey teams competing at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival will be forces to be reckoned with come January.
Australia have announced two more basketball teams to take part in the 3 on 3 basketball competition at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival in January.
Rising star Matthew Barnard will headline a team of eight Australian divers who are set to spring to success at the 2013 Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF) next January.
The first of ten rowing teams has been named for the 2013 Australian Youth Olympic Festival, set to take place at the Sydney International Regatta Centre next January.