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Olympic hopefuls to sail in AYOF

Olympic hopefuls to sail in AYOF

31 July 2006

For the first time since the inception of the AYOF five years ago, competitors in the sport of sailing are being offered the...

British wonder boy bound for 2007 Youth Festival

British wonder boy bound for 2007 Youth Festival

4 June 2006

A 12-year-old British boy, tipped as a future Olympic diving champion, will compete in Australia next year...

Big teams bound for Aussie Youth Olympics

Big teams bound for Aussie Youth Olympics

3 April 2006

A record number of athletes from China and Great Britain will compete in the 2007 Australian Youth Olympic Festival as they prepare their young athletes for the Beijing and London Olympics. China is sending 294 athletes to the Festival in Sydney in January, their biggest team ever. Great Britain is sending 150 athletes, also their biggest AYOF team. Australia will have by far the biggest contingent, 587 athletes. The fourth festival will be conducted in Sydney from January 17- 21 featuring a total of 2,200 athletes from 23 countries competing in 16 sports.

Winter Sports added to AOC's Youth Olympic Program

Winter Sports added to AOC's Youth Olympic Program

26 February 2006

In a major boost for short track speed skating and figure skating, they are to be showcased as part of the AOC's Olympic Youth Festival in Sydney in January 2007.

Olympic hopefuls to compete on Sydney Harbour

Olympic hopefuls to compete on Sydney Harbour

19 January 2006

With sailing on the program for the first time, contestants in the 2007 AYOF will compete adjacent to the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge...

Following the Socceroos’ success more good news for football

Following the Socceroos’ success more good news for football

6 December 2005

Boys and girls football will be played at the 2007 Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF) in Sydney...

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