SWIMMING: Australia is set to witness a resurgence in distance swimming after Mack Horton had the swim of his life to win the Australian Youth Olympic Festival 1500m freestyle.
WRESTLING: Pins, clinches and throws have taken over Olympic Park Sports Hall with the opening qualifying rounds of wrestling.
ROWING: The final day of rowing and the AYOF provided plenty of excitement for the crowd.
HOCKEY: Australia has come from the brink of defeat to reverse a late one goal deficit and beat Great Britain in an epic men’s gold medal match on Sunday afternoon.
DIVING: China has had another clean sweep at Sunday morning’s platform synchronised event, their consistent form elevating them above the other entrants.
GYMNASTICS: Great Britain and China took home all the medals on offer in the men’s individual all–around and apparatus competition.
CYCLING: Australia’s Josie Talbot has held out to win the women’s omnium after holding first place in all six rounds of the two-day event at the Dunc Gray Velodrome.
HOCKEY: Australia has won gold in the Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF) women’s hockey tournament after registering an inspiring 2-1 come-from-behind victory over China.
SWIMMING: The AYOF record book has almost been rewritten, with three more records broken in Sunday morning’s heats.
CYCLING: Australia’s Josie Talbot is shaping up to be the next big thing in cycling.