@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.
GYMNASTICS – RHYTHMIC: The youngest member of the 2014 Australian Youth Olympic Team finally got her chance to shine on the penultimate day of the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.
RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS: The youngest member of the Australian Youth Olympic Team, Tara Wilkie, says she is confident ahead of her first day of competition at the Youth Olympic Games on Tuesday.
ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS: Aussie Gymnast Clay Stephens has just missed the podium in the final of the vault on the evening of Day 8 at the Youth Olympic Games, finishing in fourth position.
GYMNASTICS: Abbie Watts has finished in sixth place in the women’s trampoline gymnastics with a total score of 49.170 in the final on Thursday.
ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS: Aussie Gymnast Clay Stephens took to the apparatus this afternoon in his qualification round for the Artistic Gymnastic.
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.
GYMNASTICS: Born without a right pectoral muscle, Clay Stephens said he does not consider himself disadvantaged in a sport that can physically punish the hardiest of gymnasts.
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!
TEAM: Nanjing will be swimming in a sea of green and gold when the 2014 Australian Youth Olympic Team (AYOT) arrives for the second summer Youth Olympic Games (YOG) this week.