Half way through 2018 and your Aussie athletes continued kicking goals, with June full of medals, honours, world firsts, a deadly fun run and the end of an era for a winter Olympian.
The month of May was action packed for your Australian Olympians, with world-first achievements, medals galore and a curious case of a kidnapped canoe!
Nacra sailors Will Cooley and Evie Haseldine finished their BA2018 campaign in 7th position, after 12 gruelling races over 5 days at Club Nautico san Isidro. The pair had several top 3 finishes, but the consistency of eventual winners Argentina, France and Netherlands was too much for the pair to overcome.
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.
If anyone is qualified to provide advice to our Buenos Aires 2018 Modern Pentathletes, it’s Rio 2016 Olympic Champion Chloe Esposito.
Olympic gold medallist and modern pentathlon superstar, Chloe Esposito answered some of the most burning questions of Australia’s Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) modern pentathlon representative, Nikita Mawhirt.
88 of the nation’s brightest young sporting prospects will represent Australia at the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games (YOG), the world's largest multi-sport competition for young athletes.