JUDO: Australia, Brazil, China and the USA all shared in the gold in the afternoon session of the 2013 Australian Youth Olympic Festival judo competition.
RUGBY SEVENS: An abundance of speed, skill and determination from the Australian women’s side was too much for South Africa to handle.
ROWING: New Zealand, Great Britain and Australia took control of the medal pool in the AYOF rowing finals on Saturday.
SHOOTING: Australia’s James Grice won silver in the men’s trap on the final day of the AYOF shooting competition.
DIVING: Celebrated Australian junior diver Matthew Barnard was a favourite to win the 10m platform in Sunday’s diving finals, but has had to withdraw due to a muscle injury.
ATHLETICS: The first track session at the 2013 AYOF saw several outstanding performances with record books re-written and a good spread of gold across the nations competing.
HOCKEY: Great Britain booked a date with Australia in the men’s hockey gold medal match on Sunday, after a terrific 6-0 victory over a determined USA.
ATHLETICS: Four records were broken in the opening session of athletics at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF).
WEIGHTLIFTING: It was the battle of the Chinese in the women’s 69kg event on Saturday, with Xinyue Wang and Yinyi Shen both vying for top place right until the end.
JUDO: Brazil has dominated the opening morning of judo at the 2013 Australian Youth Olympic Festival but Australia’s Tinka Easton gave the home crowd something to cheer about.