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9 July 2014
Angus Thompson competing at the ICF World Championships.

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David Guest of the Kookaburras in action during the 2008 Men's Four Nations Tournament Final match between the Australian Kookaburras and Korea at Perth Hockey Stadium on April 27, 2008 in Perth, Australia.

TEAM: Australian youth athletes are travelling to the second summer Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in Nanjing with a wealth of knowledge and experience behind them in the form of Olympic coaches and mentors.

TEAM: There may be a World Cup and a few Commonwealth Games medals to win over the next two months, but come August 16, sporting eyes can shift to the next generation in Australian sport.

Will Ryan, Mathew Belcher and Victor Kovalenko after winning gold in the 470 men in Holland, 25 May 2013

AIS: The Australian Institute of Sport continued its focus on investing in sports with the greatest potential to deliver international success at the announcement of its annual investment allocations to sports today.

Rosalyn Lawrence wins gold in the World Cup C1W final in Prague in June 2014.

CANOE/KAYAK - SLALOM: Rosalyn Lawrence has won gold in in the C1W final at the third ICF canoe slalom World Cup in Prague.

Rosalyn Lawrence wins gold in the World Cup C1W final in Prague in June 2014.

CANOE/KAYAK - SLALOM: Rosalyn Lawrence has won gold in in the C1W final at the third ICF canoe slalom World Cup in Prague.

Youth Olympic kayaker Angus Thompson, 2014 Australian Youth Olympic Team Chef de Mission Susie O'Neill and modern pentathlon's Marina Carrier at a media call held on 18 June, 2014 in Sydney.

TEAM: Join Chef de Mission Susie O'Neill for an update on the 2014 Australian Youth Olympic Team in a live webcast.

Jess Fox Winner C1 Women U23, 2014 ICF Canoe Slalom U23 World Championship, Penrith Sydney Australia April 27 2014.

CANOE/SLALOM: The second of five ICF canoe slalom World Cups has concluded in Tacen, Slovenia following three days of racing on one of the world’s toughest courses.

Jessica Fox of Australia in action during the Women's Canoe Single (C1) at Lee Valley White Water Centre on June 6, 2014 in London, England.

CANOE/KAYAK: Olympic silver medallist Jessica Fox has won bronze at the opening Canoe Slalom World Cup event of the year, on the same course and in the same event she won silver in 2012.

Jessica Fox of Australia competes during the Womens Kayak Single (K1) Slalom heats on Day 3 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at Lee Valley White Water Centre on July 30, 2012 in London, England.

CANOE/KAYAK: Olympic silver medallist Jessica Fox will lead a team of 11 Australians at the opening Canoe Slalom World Cup of the year at the Lee Valley course outside of London.