WEIGHTLIFTING: Karitema Otang, from the Combined Oceania team, snatched gold in thrilling fashion in the Men’s 77kg on Friday.
As temperatures soared above 40 degrees out at the Sydney International Shooting Centre Australia has won two shooting medals on day two of the competition.
AYOF2013: Records are being broken at the AYOF in the pool and Sydney city itself has experienced its equal hottest day on record.
RUGBY SEVENS: The Australian men’s and women’s rugby sevens sides had an excellent start to the AYOF tournament on Friday morning.
TRIATHLON: Australia has won double gold in the men’s and women’s triathlon events at the 2013 Australian Youth Olympic Festival in what were scorching conditions in Sydney’s west.
DIVING: China took a clean sweep of the gold medals on the first day of the AYOF diving competition, winning all three events.
GYMNASTICS: The Australian rhythmic gymnastics team has pulled off an incredible performance over one of the sport’s powerhouse nations, China, by winning gold in the team event on Friday.
CANOE/KAYAK – SLALOM – Australia dominated the heats on the opening day of the AYOF slalom competition.
Jialing Hu of China has won her second gold medal of the 2013 Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF), taking out the women’s 10 metre air rifle final.
ATHLETICS: The stadiums and the fields are the same but Sydney teenager Mackenzie Little has never seen so much excitement at Olympic Park.