SWIMMING: Saturday night’s finals made a real splash in the record books with five new AYOF records and two dead heats.
SWIMMING: Crowds are starting to build at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre for ‘Super Saturday’, and the morning’s swimming heats did not disappoint the excited spectators. All racers displayed solid form, which should make for thrilling finals on Saturday night.
SWIMMING: The swimmers representing Combined Oceania are competing in their first Australian Youth Olympic Festival and have already gained much from the experience.
SWIMMING: It was another thrilling night at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre, with Friday’s finals producing five new Australian Youth Olympic Festival records, and fourteen medals for Australia.
SWIMMING: Jayke Rees is keeping his Olympic dream alive with his final two races, the men's 200m backstroke and men's 50m freestyle.
AYOF2013: Records are being broken at the AYOF in the pool and Sydney city itself has experienced its equal hottest day on record.
SWIMMING: The second day of the AYOF swimming competition produced many close finishes and three new AYOF records.
SWIMMING: The standard in the Sydney Olympic Aquatic Centre was outstanding on the first night of swimming finals at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF).
AYOF2013: After an exciting night of entertainment at the Opening Ceremony, athletes from nine AYOF2013: After an exciting night of entertainment at the Opening Ceremony, athletes from nine sports got up early this morning to get into action on the sporting fields.sports got up early this morning to get into action on the sporting fields.
There was plenty of excitement at the Aquatic Centre on Thursday morning, with four AYOF records broken in the heats.