GYMNASTICS: Great Britain and China took home all the medals on offer in the men’s individual all–around and apparatus competition.
CYCLING: Australia’s Josie Talbot has held out to win the women’s omnium after holding first place in all six rounds of the two-day event at the Dunc Gray Velodrome.
HOCKEY: Australia has won gold in the Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF) women’s hockey tournament after registering an inspiring 2-1 come-from-behind victory over China.
SWIMMING: The AYOF record book has almost been rewritten, with three more records broken in Sunday morning’s heats.
CYCLING: Australia’s Josie Talbot is shaping up to be the next big thing in cycling.
SWIMMING: The biggest swimming comeback of AYOF2013 is definitely Canadian representative Sydney Pickrem.
AYOF 2013: Day 4 at the AYOF was SUPER SATURDAY! With action across 16 of the 17 sports, it was a bumper day of competition all round.
RUGBY SEVENS: Rugby sevens wowed fans in its first foray onto the Olympic program at the 2013 Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF).
BASKETBALL: Australia's female basketballers proved they’re just as tough as the men, with both Green and Gold teams taking out medals at the finals of the AYOF basketball competition.
SWIMMING: Saturday night’s finals made a real splash in the record books with five new AYOF records and two dead heats.