Team Arrival in SingaporeAthletes from the Australian Team arrive before the start of the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore
Judo - Youth Olympic GalleryJudo means ‘gentle way’ but there is nothing gentle about some of these tough young athletes.
Austria PinnedNetherland's Laura Prince (top) pins Austria's Christine Huck (white) in the bronze medal fight of the girls's Under-52kg judo competition
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.
Chinese GoldGold medalist Liu Jiao of China attends the victory ceremony of the Youth Women's 3m Springboard
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.
Thailand ElatedSapsiree Taerattanachai of Thailand jubilates after winning against Deng Xuan of China during the girls' singles final-gold medal match
Return ServeDeng Xuan of China returns the shuttlecock to Sapsiree Taerattanachai of Thailand during the girls' singles final-gold medal. Deng lost the match 0-2 and got the silver medal of the event.
Golden ReactionPisit Poodchalat of Thailand reacts during the boys' singles final-gold medal match of badminton
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.
Bella passesBella Faasau of Australia (#7) feints to shot but passes in the 5-6 placement match, between Angola and Australia.
Monica's AttemptAngola's Irina Cailo (left) tries to block Australia's Monica Najdovski (right) attempts to shoot at goal
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
Up Ending EgyptUSA's Jordan Rogers (left in red) up ends Egypt's Amr Ali in the 76 kg Pool
Tears of JoyMehran Sheikhi from Iran, the silver medalist in the mens 46kg freestyle wrestling, wipes tears from his eyes during the medal presentation ceremony
Columbian HeadlockColombia's Yerzon Hernandez (top) does a headlock on Turkey's Mehmet Ali Daylak. Mehmet Ali Daylak won bronze.
Medical TreatmentUSA's Jordan Rogers receives medical treatment as the umpire declares Turkey's Resul Kalayci the winner.
Golden HugsUSA's Jordan Rogers (facing camera in red) receives a hug from Turkey's Resul Kalayci after their Men's Freestyle 76 kg Gold Medal wrestling contest
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.
Judges and OfficialsOfficials and judges pose for photo after the closing of the weightlifting finals
Armenia's Failed AttemptGor Minasyan of Armenia reacts after failing to lift 195kg in the clean and jerk. He lost to gold medalist Alirela Kazeminejad of Iran by 1kg and had to settle for the silver medal.
Iran's Golden LiftIran's Alireza Kazeminejad lifts a weight in the Men's Above-85kg Weightlifting Finals. He won the gold medal with a total of 351kg.
Moises' AttemptMoises Sotelo of Mexico attempts a lift in the men's over 85kg weightlifting finals
Over 85kg Podium(Left to Right) Silver medalist Gor Minasyan of Armenia, Gold medalist Alireza Kazeminejad of Iran and Bronze medalist Hassan Mohamed of Egypt.
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.
Russian HuddlePlayers of Russia celebrate during the Boys Volleyball Preliminary match between Russia and Democratic Republic of Congo
Twice the InfoAlexis Lamadrid (R) and Juan Leon of Cuba gesture during the Boys Volleyball Preliminary match between Cuba and Iran. Cuba won by 3-1.
Hand SignalsLaura Heyrman of Belgium makes finger gesture during the Girls Volleyball Semifinal match between Belgium and Peru. Belgium won by 3-1.
Belgium CelebratesLaura Heyrman (R) and Delfien Brugman of Belgium celebrate during the Girls Volleyball Semifinal match
Game Time TacticsFederico Martina (L) and Ramiro Nunez of Argentina talk during the Boys Volleyball Semifinal match between Argentina and Russia. Argentina won by 3-0.
Timebreak PerformanceChildren perform at timebreak during the Boys Volleyball Semifinal match between Cuba and Serbia
Serbia SpikesDariel Albo (C) of Serbia spikes ball during the Boys Volleyball Semifinal match between Cuba and Serbia. Cuba won by 3-0.
Hands Up!Elizabeth Mcmahon (L) of USA blocks ball during the Girls Volleyball Semifinal match
USA CelebratesPlayers of USA celebrate during the Girls Volleyball Semifinal match between USA and Japan. USA won by 3-0.
Japan BlocksIchikawa Chizu (R) of Japan blocks ball during the Girls Volleyball Semifinal match. USA won by 3-0.
Boy's Doubles Medallists(From Left to right): Boys doubles tennis silver medallists Victor Baluda and Mikhail Biryukov of Russia, Gold medallists Oliver Golding of Great Britain and Jiri Vesely of the Czech Republic, and Bronze medallists Filip Horansky and Jozef Kovalik
Women's Doubles Medallistsleft to right: Slovakia's silver medalists Jana Cepelova and Chantal Skamlova, gold medalists Tang Hao Chen and Zheng Saisai of China, bronze medalists Timea Babos of Hungary and An-Sophie Mestach of Belgium.
Medical AttentionYuki Bhambri of India seeks medical attention from a doctor in the third set of the boys' singles tennis match finals. Gomez beat Bhambri 6-7, 7-6, 4-1 after Bhambri pulled out of the match due to injury in the third set.
Boy's Singles PodiumFrom left: Boys singles Silver medalist Yuki Bhambri of India, Gold medalist Juan Sebastian Gomez of Colombia, and Bronze medalist Damir Dzumhur of Bosnia & Herzegovina
Columbia CelebratesJuan Sebastian Gomez of Colombia celebrates after winning the boys' tennis singles final against Yuki Bhambri of India
German HandshakeKevin Krawietz of Germany smashes a volley (together with partner Peter Heller of Germany, not in picture) during the boys doubles first round match
Boy's Doubles(from right to left) China's Ouyang Bowen and Wang Chuhan shake hands with Czech Republic's Jiri Vesely and Great Britain's Oliver Golding. Vesely and Golding won the match 3-6, 6-3, 6-10.
Indonesian SlipGrace Sari Ysidora of Indonesia slips after a shot to Denisa Allertova of Czech Republic. Allertova won the match 6-3, 6-2.