WRESTLING: On day 11, the final day of competition at the second summer Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China, 16-year-old Ben Pratt finally got the chance to hit the mats in the wrestling.
SWIMMING: The Games may be almost over but youth swimmers from around the world have demonstrated that the spirit is still well and truly alive after banding together for a combined training session at the Wutaishan training pool on Tuesday.
MODERN PENTATHLON: Australian modern pentathletes Marina Carrier and Max Esposito have finished their Youth Olympic Games campaign on a high note after finishing 12th and 15th in the mixed team events on Tuesday.
CANOE/KAYAK: Sydneysider Angus Thompson has missed out on a semi-finals berth after a narrow defeat in the K1 Obstacle Slalom, at the Lake Rowing and Canoeing Venue of the Youth Olympic Games.
GYMNASTICS – RHYTHMIC: The youngest member of the 2014 Australian Youth Olympic Team finally got her chance to shine on the penultimate day of the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.
WRESTLING: As the second summer Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in Nanjing, China draw to a close, spare a thought for 16-year-old Ben Pratt from the ACT, who competes on the last day of competition in the men’s 100kg wrestling.
RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS: The youngest member of the Australian Youth Olympic Team, Tara Wilkie, says she is confident ahead of her first day of competition at the Youth Olympic Games on Tuesday.