SWIMMING: The second day of the AYOF swimming competition produced many close finishes and three new AYOF records.
GYMNASTICS: ‘Australia's best ever gymnast’ Lauren Mitchell has taken on the role of athlete ambassador, in charge of mentoring Australia's 35-strong gymnastics team at this week’s Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF).
BADMINTON: The team stage of the badminton competition has concluded, with China, the number two seed, victorious over Malaysia.
HOCKEY: Australia and Great Britain played out the game of the Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF) hockey tournament so far as Australia came from behind twice to claim a hard fought 6-4 victory.
BASKETBALL 3x3: Future Olympians got a taste of international basketball competition.
GOLF: Scores are tied after the first round of the golf competition at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival.
SWIMMING: The standard in the Sydney Olympic Aquatic Centre was outstanding on the first night of swimming finals at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF).
HOCKEY: 16-year-old Madison Fitzpatrick scored a hat trick in the Australian Jillaroos 4-2 come-from-behind victory over USA on Thursday afternoon, securing her side a place in Sunday’s gold medal match.
BASKETBALL 3x3: Australia dominated the first day of the Australian Youth Olympic Festival women’s basketball tournament at Darling Harbour.
HOCKEY: Malaysia captain Firhan Ashari produced a scintillating display in his side’s win against the USA at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival on Thursday.