ATHLETICS: Not content with breaking one record for the day, Queenslander Matt Denny has added the men’s discuss meet record to his hammer throw AYOF best from the Saturday morning session.
GYMNASTICS: China has lived up to its powerhouse expectations by winning gold in both the women and men’s individual trampoline competitions at the Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre on Saturday.
GOLF: Brother-sister combination Kevin and Celina Yuan have put Australia within reach of its first Australian Youth Olympic Festival medals at Twin Creeks Golf and Country Club on Saturday.
CYCLING: Australia took out both medal events on Saturday at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF).
JUDO: Australia, Brazil, China and the USA all shared in the gold in the afternoon session of the 2013 Australian Youth Olympic Festival judo competition.
RUGBY SEVENS: An abundance of speed, skill and determination from the Australian women’s side was too much for South Africa to handle.
ROWING: New Zealand, Great Britain and Australia took control of the medal pool in the AYOF rowing finals on Saturday.
SHOOTING: Australia’s James Grice won silver in the men’s trap on the final day of the AYOF shooting competition.
DIVING: Celebrated Australian junior diver Matthew Barnard was a favourite to win the 10m platform in Sunday’s diving finals, but has had to withdraw due to a muscle injury.
ATHLETICS: The first track session at the 2013 AYOF saw several outstanding performances with record books re-written and a good spread of gold across the nations competing.