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.
RUGBY SEVENS: The Australian Women’s Rugby Sevens side have played superbly to dominate Canada and become the first Rugby Sevens Olympic champions.
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 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.
BEACH VOLLEYBALL: Australia’s beach volleyball pair Phoebe Bell-Brittany Kendall encountered no love from Russia in a tough third-round encounter.
Weightlifter Aydan McMahon breaks the Australian snatch and total record in the Youth Olympic Games Men's 69kg.
SAILING: The thing you come to love about the Olympics or Youth Olympics is that competitors come in all shapes and sizes and competition formats come in many abstract forms.
TENNIS: It’s been another huge day at the tennis academy for the second summer Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.
EQUESTRIAN: Jake Hunter has had his first competitive ride at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in the Jumping Team Event.