Barcelona 1992 Opening CeremonyThe Australian team parade during the Opening Ceremony of the Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games in Spain.
O'Neill swamped by alumniOlympic champion Susie O'Neill is swamped by her alumni at Lourdes College on Olympic Day.
Madame Butterfly returns to schoolOlympic champion Susie O'Neill returned to her old high school, Lourdes College, to talk about the postive impact sport has had on her life for Olympic Day.
Spanish SwimKieren Perkins in action during the Mens 200m freestyle during the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, Spain.
Best of Barcelona 1992 GalleryThe Barcelona Olympics in many ways welcomed in a new era of Australia’s Olympic history. It invigorated support back at home as popular heroes such as 1500m freestyle idol Kieren Perkins and rowing’s ‘Oarsome Foursome’ captured the public’s imagination – and would return as heroes at future Games.
James Tomkins: sportsmanshipWhy is sportsmanship important for elite athletes?
James Tomkins: respectWhat are some of the ways you show respect in life?
James Tomkins: prideWhy is pride important in life?
James Tomkins: individual responsibilityWhy is individual responsibility important for being a member of the Australian Olympic Team?
James Tomkins: individual responsibilityHow does individual responsibility relate to being a role model for young Australians?
James Tomkins: express yourselfHow do you express yourself?
James Tomkins: express yourselfHow can self express help to overcome a challenging situation?
Australian FirstAustralia's Clint Robinson after winning the K1 canoeing event. Here at the medal ceremony with his gold medal, he watches the Australian flag being raised in the air .
Olympic FlameThe Olympic flame burning brightly over the city during the Games.
Booming Past ChinaAndrew Gaze takes a free throw during Australia's 88-66 win over China. The Boomers finished the tournament ranked 6th.
Oarsome FoursomeThe 'oarsome foursome' Andrew Cooper, Michael McKay, Nick Green and James Tomkins of Australia throw their arms in the air to celebrate their victory in the men's coxless fours final.
Cycling SuccessKathy Watt of Australia surprises even herself to win the women's 80km road race in 2:05.03. Watt also won the silver medal on the track in the 3,000m individual pursuit three days later.
O'Neill's First of ManySusie O'Neill on her way to her first Olympic medal, winning the bronze in the 200m butterfly. O'Neill would go on represent Australia at two more Games and win a total of 8 medals including two gold.
Estadi Olímpic de MontjuïcA general view of the spectacular main stadium during a qualifying heat for the men's 400m hurdles.
Swimming StrengthSamantha Riley of Australia in action during her 200m breaststroke heat. Riley earlier in the meet won the bronze medal in the 100m breastroke.
Eventing Dominance(L-R) Matthew Ryan, Andrew Hoy and Gillian Rolton of Australia celebrate after winning gold in the equestrian three-day event. Ryan also won the individual gold.