CYCLING: Australia is in a strong position at the Dunc Gray Velodrome, after sweeping Saturday’s morning events.
HOCKEY: Great Britain produced their best 70 minutes of the Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF) women’s hockey tournament when they defeated USA 5-0 on Saturday morning.
HOCKEY: The Australian Burras have completed a clean sweep of the round robin fixtures at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF) men’s hockey tournament after successfully defeating Malaysia 3-1 on Saturday morning.
SWIMMING: Crowds are starting to build at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre for ‘Super Saturday’, and the morning’s swimming heats did not disappoint the excited spectators. All racers displayed solid form, which should make for thrilling finals on Saturday night.
SWIMMING: The swimmers representing Combined Oceania are competing in their first Australian Youth Olympic Festival and have already gained much from the experience.
BASKETBALL VENUE ANNOUNCEMENT: Due to inclement weather the final day of 3v3 Basketball action has had to be been moved from Darling Harbour.
CANOE/KAYAK – SLALOM - Noemie Fox and brother-sister duo Andrew and Kate Eckhardt are among the rising stars in action today in the finals of the AYOF Canoe/Kayak – Slalom competition.
GYMNASTICS: Great Britain put up an excellent fight against rival China to win gold in the men’s artistic team event at Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre on Friday evening.
SWIMMING: It was another thrilling night at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre, with Friday’s finals producing five new Australian Youth Olympic Festival records, and fourteen medals for Australia.
WEIGHTLIFTING: London 2012 Olympian Zoe Smith competed in the Women’s 63kg competition at St Ignatius College in Riverview on Friday.