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From Beach Volleyball gold in Poland to Archery and Rugby teams securing quota spots for Tokyo 2020, Aussie athletes have been micing it with the best in the world this weekend.
Australia's athletes continued their strong run of success, finding the podium at several events over the weekend and pushing for more this week.
A group of Aussies have been in good form across the weekend in two meets in Asia. On Saturday, Shanghai hosted the second leg of the Diamond League circuit, while on Sunday, Osaka was the venue for the Seiko Golden Grand Prix.
Just before the end of the 2018, with his sights now firmly set on a second Games experience at Tokyo 2020, Starc took us behind the scenes of a typical training day in Sydney through his @AusOlympicTeam Instagram takeover.
The strength of women’s sport has emerged with two-time paddling Olympian Jessica Fox and double paratriathlon World Cup event winner Lauren Parker taking out the top gongs at the NSW Sport Awards.
The 2018 awards season continues, with several more Olympians and Olympic sports recognised ahead of the NSW Champions of Sport Ceremony, to take place on November 27.
This week, 88 young athletes from all over Australia embarked on their journey to the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games, but not before being mentored and inspired by Olympians Bronte Campbell, Brandon Starc and Jess Thornton.
Kicking off 2018 with a Commonwealth Games gold medal and following up with two more golds over the course of the year, Starc is one of Australia’s Youth Olympic Games (YOG) success stories.
Australian high jumper Brandon Starc has led the charge for Team Asia-Pacific at the two day event - the Continental Cup (the world cup of athletics) in Ostrava, Czech Republic over the weekend.