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Ami Matsuo of Australia competes in the Women's 200 Metre Freestyle during day three of the Australian Swimming Championships at SA Aquatic and Leisure Centre on April 28, 2013 in Adelaide, Australia.

SWIMMING: Matsuo and Chalmers too quick at Oceania Championships.

SWIMMING: Australia’s next generation of swimmers will descend on the Westwave Aquatic Centre in Auckland, New Zealand this week for the 2014 Oceania Championships from Tuesday May 20 to Friday May 23.

Australian swimmer Cate Campbell poses during a portrait session following the 15th FINA World Championships, on August 5, 2013 in Barcelona, Spain.

SWIMMING: World champion and Olympic gold medallist Cate Campbell has posted her second fastest 100m freestyle of the year and the third fastest in the world this year, to round out a strong and spirited Grand Prix for members of the Australian Swim Team in Canberra today.

Ginia Rinehart accepts the AOC Order of Merit Award on behalf of her mother Ginia Rinehart from AOC President John Coates during the AOC Annual General Meeting at Museum of Contemporary Art on May 10, 2014 in Sydney, Australia.

AOC: Leading West Australian businesswoman, Gina Rinehart, has been awarded the Australian Olympic Committee’s Order of Merit for her long standing involvement and support of swimming and volleyball.

Laurie Lawrence, team official for Australia, attends a team press conference at the Main Press Centre in Athens prior to the start of the 2004 Olympic Games on August 7, 2004 in Athens, Greece.

AOC: “Stuff the silver, we’ve come for the gold” is one of many classic lines from Laurie Lawrence as he celebrated Duncan Armstrong’s gold medal swim at the 1988 Seoul Olympics.

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.

Ami Matsuo of Australia competes in the Women's 200 Metre Freestyle during day three of the Australian Swimming Championships at SA Aquatic and Leisure Centre on April 28, 2013 in Adelaide, Australia.

SWIMMING: With 100 days to go until the second summer Youth Olympic Games (YOG), eight young swimmers have been selected to continue Australia’s success in the pool.

The Nanjing Virtual Torch Relay App is available in the Google Play Store and on iTunes

AOC: Since the days of the ancient Olympic Games and into the modern era, the Olympic flame has been synonymous with the ideals and the spirit of the Olympics.