Youth News

Bronzed Aussies in pool

20 August 2014
Brianna Throssell (women's 200m freestyle) and Nic Brown, Nic Groenewald, Grayson Bell and Kyle Chalmers (men's 4x100m medley relay) after winning bronze on Day 4 of the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.

SWIMMING: Australia has won another two bronze medals in the pool after Brianna Throssell finished third in the women’s 200m freestyle and Kyle Chalmers, Nic Brown, Nic Groenewald and Grayson Bell finished third in the men’s 4x100m medley relay tonight.

Another disappointing results for the Hockey5s team tonight.

HOCKEY: Australia started well but couldn't finish off losing to Spain 7-6.

Sailing at the Youth Olympic Games venue

SAILING: The Youth Olympic sailors packed in three races on Day 4 of the 2014 YOG in Nanjing, China.

Jake Hunter on For the Star at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.

EQUESTRIAN: Showjumper Jake Hunter has leapt into good form at the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.

Vy Bui competes in Table Tennis on the first day of competition at the YOG.

TABLE TENNIS: Australia will join the table tennis arena again as the mixed team event kicks off tonight and is available to watch live at http://nanjing.ovp.olympic.tv/.

The mixed team event at the Xuwanu Triathlon Course will see the green and gold race with the kiwis.

TRIATHLON: “Don’t worry Jack. We’ll get you one on Thursday,” said Daniel HOY (NZL) as he arranged his silver medal for a photo shoot ahead of the mixed relay triathlon at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games.

The Rugby Sevens get their gold medals at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China on 20 August, 2014.

RUGBY SEVENS: The Australian Women’s Rugby Sevens side have played superbly to dominate Canada and become the first Rugby Sevens Olympic champions.

Ami Matsuo and Brianna Throssell both qualified for the final of the women's 200m freestyle at the Youth Olympic Games, Nanjing.

SWIMMING: Ami Matsuo and Brianna Throssell will represent Australia in the final of the women’s 200m freestyle after both qualifying in the top eight this morning.

Brett Coletta stays at -6 throughout the first nine holes meanwhile Elizabeth Elmassian drops a few shots to be +1 after midway through day 2.

Brett Coletta stays at -6 throughout the first nine holes meanwhile Elizabeth Elmassian drops shots to be +7 after at the completion of day 2.

SHOOTING: As the Aussies bow out of the individual events in shooting at the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, the focus now turns to the mixed internationals.