With a surname like Power, you would expect nothing less from selected Youth Olympic Games (YOG) weightlifter Maddison Power. The 15-year-old has been selected to represent Australia at Buenos Aires 2018 alongside fellow weightlifter Jett Gaffney.
At just 16 years-old, Koloi already boasts triple Junior National Titles along with two bronze medals from this year’s FINA World Junior Diving Championships, but the best is yet to come for this rising Aussie star as she prepares to represent her country in October.
Australia concluded its 2018 World Rowing Junior Championships with two silver and one bronze medal, with two young superstars now preparing to compete at the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games.
With the addition of a 13-strong athletics squad to Australia’s Youth Olympic Games (YOG) Team, the Buenos Aires 2018 Team now sits at 78 athletes from 23 sports.
Rhys Allan and Saskia Brothers have been selected as Australia’s judo contingent for the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games, bringing Australia's total to 65 young athletes across 22 sports.
Freestyle wrestling may be considered a left-of-field sporting choice for most teenagers. Thomas Barns tried several different sports before he gave wrestling a go, but now, he is on his way to Argentina, representing his country and his sport at the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games (YOG).
When Benjamin Gould was seven-years-old, a severe hip injury stopped him from playing sport with all the other kids. Now, 11 years later, Gould has been selected on the Youth Olympic Games Team as Australia's sole Table Tennis representative for Buenos Aires 2018.
Gymnast Kate Sayer is the latest addition to the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) squad, taking our Team to 61 athletes across 20 sports.
Junior World Champion Cormac Kennedy-Leverett has made a lot of sacrifices to pursue his sporting ambitions, and those sacrifices have paid off with his recent selection in Australia's Youth Olympic Games Team for Buenos Aires 2018.
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Twins John and Tom Anderson both won gold medals in different sailing events at the 1972 Munich Olympics.
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Alana Boyd (athletics – pole vault) made Australian Olympic history in Beijing, becoming the first Australian to join both parents as Olympians. This feat was emulated by Jess Fox (canoe/kayak - slalom) at the London 2012 Games.