The future of badminton in Australia rests with the young crop of players who recently swept the events at the 2015 Oceania Championships in Auckland
@AUSOLYMPICTEAM: Limited access to social media has failed to stop the Australian Youth Olympic Team from being so social at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.
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.
BADMINTON: After the single’s group stage wrapped up for the Aussies at the second summer Youth Olympics (YOG) in Nanjing, the focus now shifts to the mixed doubles, where our athletes will be hoping to keep their medals hopes alive.
BADMINTON: The Aussie athletes at the YOG have begun to pick up pace in the group stage of the Badminton.
BADMINTON: Day one of the Youth Olympics Games (YOG) saw two of our young athletes take to the court in the first round of the knock out stage of the Badminton.
YOG: In just 24 hours, Australia could be the proud owner of four Youth Olympic medals. Numerous Aussie athletes will be on show on day one of the YOG, with some athletes contesting medals.
BADMINTON: The Nanjing Sports Institute Gymnasium is expected to get crowded as the world’s young shuttlers take to the courts from 17 to 22 August for the 2nd Summer Youth Olympic Games, Nanjing 2014.
TEAM: We come from the land down under and we're heading to the 2nd summer Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China. Come along for the ride!
The following is a report card on each Olympic sport from the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland after the 10 days of competition, courtesy of AAP.