Big first day for Australian rowersDay one of competition proved to be a busy one for Australia's rowers with seven boats racing. Hear from Team Leader Ray Ebert, and heat-winning quad scull members James McRae and Cameron Girdlestone.
Copa athletes celebrate Games openingOur rowers, sailors, beach volleyball players and cyclists are based at the Copa headquarters and made their own fun for the Rio Opening Ceremony.
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Off the water with Aussie rowersMembers of the Australian Rowing Team share how they like to spend their time off the water, when they aren't training and racing.
Rowing - Youth Olympic GalleryEmma Basher and Olympia Aldersey will compete as well asMatthew Cochran and David Watts in the pairs' rowing events at the Youth Olympic Games.
CelebratingDavid Watts and Matthew Cochran celebrate winning the bronze medal in the Junior Men's Pair Final A on day four of the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympics at the Marina Reservoir on August 18, 2010 in Singapore.
Chasing the GreeksWatts and Cochran chase the Greeks in the final of the men's rowing pairs.
Bronzed boysBronze medallists Matt Cochran and Dave Watts celebrate the men's rowing pairs.
Taking on SloveniaThe Aussie men's pair give it their all in the semi-final of the Youth Olympics.
Men's SemiDavid Watts and Matt Cochran of Australia contest the men's pairs semi-final at Marina Bay Reservoir. They won their heat to progress to the final.
Shouldering the loadMen's rowing pair Matthew Cochran (L) and David Watts (R) carry their boat after a training session at the Marina Bay Resevoir.
Men's pair celebrateThe Australian men's pair of Matthew Cochran (L) and David Watts (R) won their heat on the first day of the Youth Olympic Games and progress to the semi-finals.