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Ric Charlesworth, coach of Australia looks on during the match between Australia and the Netherlands during day two of the Champions Trophy on December 2, 2012 in Melbourne, Australia.

HOCKEY: Following the Kookaburras’ World Cup triumph in The Hague on Sunday, National Coach Ric Charlesworth has decided not to lead the Australian’s men’s hockey team at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow next month.

Jeremy Hawyard (left) and Mark Knowles (right) lift the World Cup after defeating the Netherlands 6-1 in The Hague.

HOCKEY: Australia’s men’s hockey team has been crowned world champions once again after an emphatic 6-1 win over World Cup hosts and Olympic silver medallists, the Netherlands.

The Australian Women's Hockey Team celebrate their silver medal at the 2014 World Cup at Hague, Netherlands 14 June 2014.

HOCKEY: The Australian Women's Hockey Team have won the silver medal at the World Cup on Saturday, going down 2-0 to the host nation, the Netherlands.

The Hockeyroos react to winning the semi final shoot-out over the USA in the 2014 World Cup Semi Final.

HOCKEY: The Australian women's hockey team has made it into the World Cup final and will face Olympic Champions, the Netherlands.

AOC: Australia welcomes the Youth Olympic Flame at Federation Square in Melbourne this weekend.

Alec Rasmussen running with the ball against NSW.

HOCKEY: Nine of the country’s best young hockey players have been selected to compete at the second summer Youth Olympic Games in an exciting new hockey5s format.

Dylan Wotherspoon of Australia scores a goal during the Boys Gold Medal Hockey match between Australia and Pakistan on day 11 of the Youth Olympics at Seng Kang Hockey Stadium on August 25, 2010 in Singapore.

HOCKEY: Watch the live announcement of the Men's Hockey Team to don the green and gold and compete in Nanjing.

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.