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Some of the best social media moments of Nanjing 2014

@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.

Ned Fitzgerald has smashed his pool finishing on top. He now goes into the quarter finals after having a bye in the round of 16.

Ned Fitzgerald exceeded expectations to make it into the quarter finals. Ned went down to Korean M C Seo 15-3 in a great day of fencing for the Aussie.

Ned Aims For Podium

16 August 2014
Ned Fitzgerald sweats it out in practice against a French Opponent.

FENCING: Ned Fitzgerald will be giving it his all when he begins competition on Tuesday 19th August. The Victorian Fencer knows that it’s going to be tough but has set a realistic goal.

The Aussie Sevens girls touch down in Nanjing for the 2014 Youth Olympic Games.

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!

One month to YOG

16 July 2014
Beach volleyballer Phoebe Bell in action ahead of the Youth Olympic Games.

TEAM: The Opening Ceremony fireworks may be on the horizon, but the one month countdown to the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games will be no party.

Education comes first

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

TEAM: It's a tough task making it to the Youth Olympic Games but to combine it with full-time study is an almighty achievement.

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.

Harry Gordon (C) poses with AOC President John Coates (L) and Australian Olympian Herb Elliott (R) during the Launch of 'From Athens With Pride' by Harry Gordon at Museum of Contemporary Art on May 9, 2014 in Sydney, Australia.

AOC: Australian athletes and administrators have played a pivotal role in the Olympic Movement for 120 years.

2010 Youth Olympian Kenneth To (Swimming), 2014 Australian Youth Olympic Team Chef de Mission Susie O'Neill, BK the Boxing Kangaroo mascot, 2010 Youth Olympian Jessica Fox (Kayak) and 2014 Youth Olympian Ami Matsuo (Swimming) at the 100 days to Nanjing celebration in Sydney on 7 May, 2014.

AOC: Two-time Olympic champion Susie O'Neill plans on instilling some old-fashioned values in the next generation of Australian Youth Olympians.

The Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre will host the Opening and Closing Ceremonies and the Athletics competition. It can hold 60,000 spectators.

NANJING: A team of 90 aspiring young athletes are expected to wear the green and gold in 100 days time when the second summer Youth Olympic Games start in Nanjing, China.

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