SAILING: The 101 sailors from 62 nations are all rigged up, suited and booted and ready for the opening day of the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games Sailing Competition.
SHOOTING: Day 2 at the shooting hall saw New South Welshman, Chris Summerell enter the qualification round of the Men’s 10m Air Pistol at the second summer Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in Nanjing, China.
RUGBY SEVENS: The Australian Youth Olympic Rugby Sevens outfit has proven itself again, mesmerising the stars and stripes in a 38-0 victory.
Australian swimmer Kyle Chalmers is just 16-years-old, but he is already nearing a major crossroads in his sporting career.
TENNIS: A big day at the Tennis Academy where mixed results kicked off the Australian charge for gold at the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing.
SWIMMING: Australia has won its second medal for the Youth Olympic Games, winning bronze in the Mixed 4x100m freestyle relay on the first day of competition.
TABLE TENNIS: Youth Olympic table tennis players Vy Bui and Dominic Huang have proved their worth on the international stage after putting up a fight in their round one singles matches today.
BEACH VOLLEYBALL: Teenage beach volleyball duo Phoebe Bell and Brittany Kendall have left their nerves in the sand and swept away with a win to open their Youth Olympic Games campaign 21-13, 21-4.
JUDO: It was not meant to be for Australian male Judoka Bryan Jolly at the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing China. The teenager may not have possessed the strength shown by his opponents, however showed strength of another kind.
SAILING: Australian sailors Elyse Ainsworth and Tom Cunich have tested the waters at Nanjing 2014 and are looking to the horizon of competition tomorrow