June 23 is celebrated around the world as the birth of the modern Olympic Games. For this year's Olympic Day Australian athletes visited schools, got active and took to social media to celebrate the Olympics.
@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.
JUDO: Eighteen-year-old Naomi de Bruine showed the strength of a true Australian today, competing in the women’s -78kg Judo competition at the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China, just missing out on the bronze medal match.
JUDO: It was not meant to be for Australian male Judoka Bryan Jolly at the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing China. The teenager may not have possessed the strength shown by his opponents, however showed strength of another kind.
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.
JUDO: Despite only standing at 155cm and weighing in at 50kg, Bryan Jolly is ready to fight for a medal at the second summer Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.
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.