Australia won its first, second and third gold medals of the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in a phenomenal day of competition across Buenos Aires.
Kaylee McKeown capped off a golden day for Australia taking gold in the 50m backstroke at the Buenos Aires Youth Olympic Games.
In true Aussie style, our Youth Olympians have been living the values of mateship and showing that their motto “Team AUS,” is more than just a catchphrase.
Cormac Kennedy-Leverett added another medal to Australia’s Tally on Day 4 of Buenos Aires 2018, taking home bronze; while Liam Christie and Lidiia Iakovleva were members of the gold and bronze winning Multidiscipline Gymnastics Team Event.
Cooooeeeee. A traditional Australian call that carries over kilometres of bush and outback trails. And a call that can cut through the pumping music, blaring crowd announcer and thousands screaming Argentinian fans at the Buenos Aires Youth Olympic pool.
Australia has won its first medals of the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games, with three silvers and a bronze at the pool on Monday night.
Today marked the first day of competition for the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) and your Aussie squad kicked it off with a bang, making their way into multiple finals and semi finals.
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.