Sailing - Youth Olympic GalleryWith the wind beneath their wings, these young sailors will be tacking, trimming and reefing their way to medals in August. Madi Kennedy and Mark Spearman will contest the Byte CII category in Singapore.
Preparation Camp and DepartureThe Australian Youth Olympic Team gathered in Sydney on Wednesday morning to get fitted with their uniforms, attend briefing sessions and do final training before flying to Singapore for the inaugural Youth Olympic Games on Thursday afternoon
Singapore 2010 Village LifeAthletes out and about at the Youth Olympic Village, in the residential zone, the dining hall and participating in the culture and education program.
Modern Pentathlon - Youth Olympic GalleryCan’t pick a favourite sport? Why not give them all a shot in the modern pentathlon. Todd Renfree will compete for Australia in the modified version of modern pentathlon at the Games.
Hockey - Youth Olympic GalleryAustralia's young men's hockey team will be up against some of the best players in the world at the Singapore Youth Olympics.
Handball - Youth Olympic GalleryTeam handball is an intense, dynamic court game that is fun to play and exciting to watch. Australia will compete in the women's competition.
Canoe/Kayak - Youth Olympic GalleryThe canoe/kayak events at the Youth Olympic Games have variations that will add extra excitement to the competition. Jessica Fox and Scott Smith will paddle it out for Australia.
Archery - Youth Olympic GalleryArchery is a sport that involves tremendous nerve and accuracy in all conditions. Bullseyes are the name of the game! Alice Ingley and Ben Nott will be competing for Australia.
Triathlon - Youth Olympic GallerySwim, cycle and run - triathlon is the true all-rounder that involves tremendous stamina and endurance in all conditions. Ellie Salthouse won silver in the women's individual and bagged another silver with Michael Gosman in the mixed team relay.
Boxing - Youth Olympic GalleryBoxing is fast and furious with plenty of skill from fit athletes who are light on their feet and pack a mean punch, or three. Damien Hooper and Brett Mather will represent Australia in boxing at the Games.
Judo - Youth Olympic GalleryJudo means ‘gentle way’ but there is nothing gentle about some of these tough young athletes.
Diving - Youth Olympic GalleryDivers make doing somersaults off a 10 metre platform into a pool of water look so easy! Australia's Hannah Thek will contest both the 10m platform and 3m springboard events.
Badminton - Youth Olympic GalleryBadminton is known as the world’s fastest racquet sport and the atmosphere in Singapore will be exhilarating. Boris Ma and Tara Pilven are Australia's badminton representatives.
Wrestling - Youth Olympic GalleryWrestling is an ancient individual combat sport combining tactics, strength and lightening fast moves. Greco Roman wrestling will be contested along with men's and women's freestyle. Australia will feature Carissa Holland, Jayden Lawrence and Haris F
Table Tennis - Youth Olympic GalleryA lucrative, hi-tech sport, where players use an array of techniques including ‘the kill’, the hit and the chop.
Shooting - Youth Olympic GalleryShooters from around the world will be on target for gold in Singapore. Ready, aim, fire! Emily Esposito will join Janek Janski and John Coombes as the Australian shooters.
Gymnastics - Youth Olympic GalleryUneven bars, trampolines, pommel horses, balls, ribbons and clubs – this is the talent-filled and awe aspiring sport of gymnastics. Australia will send nine talented young gymnasts to Singapore.
Football - Youth Olympic GalleryFootball is commonly referred to as the “world game” and its origins can be traced back to the ancient civilisations in China, Greece, Rome and Egypt. Australia will not be competing in football.
Equestrian - Youth Olympic GalleryTom McDermott will compete for Australia at the Games in equestrian showjumping. Athletes will be need to clear obstacles on an unknown course with a horse they have just been allocated. A true test of jumping skill for these young champions.
Cycling - Youth Olympic GalleryIn Singapore there will be a new and exciting format for cycling with mixed teams all competing across the disciplines of BMX, cross country and road events, for the one gold medal. Australia has a group of four strong young cyclists ready to take go
Athletics - Youth Olympic GalleryThe world’s best young track and field athletes will be striving to be faster, higher and stronger in Singapore. Australia will send a 17-strong athletics team to the Games.
Basketball - Youth Olympic GalleryFour Aussie girls will take on the best in the world in basketball at the Games. Basketball is one of the world’s most popular sports and in Singapore the 3 on 3 format will and the dedicated *scape Youth Space venue will make it the coolest event at
Weightlifting - Youth Olympic GalleryWeightlifting is the ultimate test of strength, power, balance and good old fashioned grunt. Liam Larkins and Michelle Kahi will compete for Australia.
Volleyball - Youth Olympic GalleryThere is no time to blink whether watching or competing on the volleyball court. The dig, set, spike pattern happens with great speed, finesse and force. Australia will not compete in volleyball at the Games.
Taekwondo - Youth Olympic GamesTaekwondo is a martial art sport involving the use of both hands and legs to overcome an opponent. The trademark of the sport is its combination of speedy kick movements. Australia will not compete in taekwondo.
Fencing - Youth Olympic GalleryThe drama that unfolds in a fencing hall can be captivating. The sport is compelling viewing and the competition in Singapore will be no different. Australia will not be competing in fencing.
Tennis - Youth Olympic GalleryTo be a champion tennis player you need great endurance, quick-wittedness and precise execution with the racquet. The next big names in world tennis will be on show in Singapore for the Youth Olympic Games. Australia will not compete in tennis at the
Swimming - Youth Olympic GallerySwimming is always a sport to watch when it comes to Australians. Singapore 2010 will be no different with 10 hot young athletes ready to give it their best.
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.
Singapore 2010 Chefs vBlogInterviews with Chef de Mission and two time Olympic champion Nick Green.