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Where in the world are our Olympians?

7 May 2018

Our Australian athletes are currently all over the globe training and competing. Here's a selection of photos to recap the performances and whereabouts of some of our Aussie Olympians last week.

 

Melissa Wu won bronze in the final leg of the FINA World Cup series in Russia.

Melissa Wu

 

At her main training base in Hungary, Olympic Champion Chloe Esposito became the 1st Australian to win a Modern Pentathlon World Cup.

Chloe Esposito

 

Dual Olympian Claire Tallent claimed a bronze in the women's 50km at the World Race Walking Team Championships in China.

Claire Tallent

 

Australia's women's rugby sevens team jetted off to Langford, Canada for the fourth leg of the World Series.

Rugby Sevens

 

Sam Griffith placed 15h at the Badmington Horse Trials in London, England.

Sam Griffith

 

Ryan Baile finished ninth in the World Triathlon Series in Bermuda.

Ryan Bailie

 

And finally, Olympic rower and sunrise photographer David Watts took this beautiful shot of the Rowing training site at Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra.

David Watts

Noemie Fox
olympics.com.au

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