CANOE/KAYAK: Slalom specialist, Angus Thompson, put in his best effort on Day 7 at the Lake Rowing and Canoeing Venue to finish 16th in the flatwater style K1 Sprint at the Youth Olympic Games.
ARCHERY: Aussie archer’s Jessica Sutton and Nick Turner have bowed out of the women’s and men’s individual events after losing their 1/16th elimination round at the Fangshan Archery Field in Nanjing on Saturday.
ATHLETICS: Night three of the Athletics saw six Aussies on show and they did not disappoint as they secured four more A finals in what has already been an amazing athletics campaign for the Australian Youth Olympic Team.
BEACH VOLLEYBALL: Phoebe Bell and Brittany Kendall have come agonisingly close to defeating Puerto Rico in their last Beach Volleyball round-robin match leading into the finals series.
BADMINTON: Joy Lai was the only Aussie remaining in the Badminton at the second summer Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in Nanjing, China. But after being knocked out in the mixed doubles on Wednesday night, Australia’s involvement in the Badminton is no more.
SWIMMING: Brianna Throssell has won seven bronze medals in the pool at the Youth Olympic Games (YOG) after coming third in the women’s 100m butterfly on Friday night, the final night of competition in the pool.
TABLE TENNIS: The Youth Olympics has drawn to a close for Aussie table tennis players Vy Bui and Dominic Huang after failing to advance in their mixed team campaign.
SAILING: Despite no racing on Friday 22 August the Opening Series has now concluded and all eyes will be on the final stage of the event on Saturday 23 August.
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