RUGBY SEVENS: The Australian Youth Olympic Women’s Rugby Sevens side has already rolled into the history books as Kellie Gibson became the first Sevens player to score a try at the Youth Olympics.
YOG: Move over Beijing 2008, your baby brother Nanjing is in town and seems to have an impressive pair of lungs.
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TEAM: Aussie! Aussie! Aussie! The Youth Team fires up pre Opening Ceremony inside the Olympic Village.
YOG: In just 24 hours, Australia could be the proud owner of four Youth Olympic medals. Numerous Aussie athletes will be on show on day one of the YOG, with some athletes contesting medals.
RUGBY SEVENS: The first Rugby Sevens players to represent Australia at an Olympic Games (YOG) have been presented with their playing jerseys by Susie O’Neill and Jessica Fox.
BEACH VOLLEYBALL: When you think of Beach Volleyball; sun, sand and good music may come to mind. But this Youth Olympic Games, Australia’s Beach Volleyball pairing of Phoebe Bell and Brittany Kendall will be hitting the sand under the cover of night- at least for their first three pool matches.
YOG: After years and months of preparation, excitement and anticipation, the countdown until opening of the 2nd Youth Olympic Games, Nanjing can now be measured in mere hours.
JUDO: Despite only standing at 155cm and weighing in at 50kg, Bryan Jolly is ready to fight for a medal at the second summer Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.
TABLE TENNIS: In the table tennis nation of the world, Australian youth table tennis players Vy Bui and Dominic Huang are getting pumped for their Youth Olympic Games competition to start tomorrow.