Eat Like A Champ - Lunchbox seriesIntroducing lunches fit for little champions! When it comes to inspiring Australian children to make healthy food choices, there are plenty of home-grown role models at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games
Olympic Day 2016Olympic Day is an international community event celebrating sport, education and culture.
In Australia, Olympians are returning to school to talk about their experience at the Olympic Games and the positive impact sport has had on their life.
Rio 2016 MascotsThe wait is over! The Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games mascots have been unveiled. They are inspired by Brazil’s fauna and flora and will be promote the Games and form a big part of the Rio 2016 licensing program.
Eat like a ChampExplore the importance of nutrition to Australian Olympians, as they share their food diaries, training schedules and favourite food recipes. #EatlikeaChamp
Village Art | 2014 YOGPrimary students across Australia have created artwork to decorate the Australian section of the Youth Olympic Village. A selection of artwork is available to view in the gallery.
2014 Olympic Day celebrationsAll you need is you! Memories of Australian Olympians visiting schools across the country.
Best pictures from Sochi 2014A selection of the best pictures from the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.
Village Art for SochiPrimary students across Australia have created artwork to decorate the rooms of the Australian Winter Team living at the Olympic Village in Sochi, Russia.
Chat to a Champ for SochiPrimary students are participating in web video conferences with their winter sports heroes in the lead up to and during the 2014 Olympic Winter Games.
Olympians inspire on Olympic DayOlympians visited schools across the country in June to celebrate Olympic Day. They spoke about the importance of education, how sport has had a positive impact on their life and as well as shared their Olympic experiences.
Olympic History Secondary Resource VideosExplore the media extracts from the movie Australia at the Olympic Games, as part of the Olympic history secondary resource.
Talk to a ChampTalk to a Champ is a live studio audience discussion, featuring two outstanding Australian Olympians sharing experiences about the positive impact sport has had on their lives. Relive the discussions here.
2011 Olympic Day celebrationsOlympians return to school on Olympic Day to meet students and talk about the positive impact sport has had on their life.
SportsmanshipAustralian Olympians recognise that sport is greater than the individual; that cheating reduces the stature of sport and all who love it; that class, race and creed are never factors in the attitude of true sports people and those who respect the vir
Learn from a ChampDiscover the 'Learn from a Champ' video resource, featuring Australian Olympians and the highs and lows of their involvement in sport and life.
RespectAustralian Olympians respect their sport, the efforts of their competitors, teammates and officials. They respect Australia, our country's Olympic history and the spirit of Olympism.
Individual ResponsibilityAustralian Olympians on how they alone are responsibile for their performance.
PrideAustralian Olympians reveal how pride drives them when the temptation is to settle for something less.
AttitudeAustralian Olympians talk about a positive attitude and how it is a key ingredient to success and leadership.
Express YourselfAustralian Olympians express themselves with thought and consideration to others, where possible in good humour.
Olympic DayAustralian primary school students celebrate Olympic Day with young people around the world.
Olympic EducationChat to a Champ, Learn from a Champ, Olympic Day, Show Your Support messages and resources all make up the ever expanding Australian Olympic Education Program.