Relay StartSwimmers push off at the start of the Youth Men's 4X100m Medley Relay swimming final including Australia's Max Ackermann.
Emma's Freestyle BronzeWinners of the youth women's 50m freestyle final are (from left) joint gold medal winners China's Tang Yi, France's Anna Santamans, and bronze medal winner Emma McKeon .
Kenneth's Freestyle BronzeWinners of the youth men's 100m freestyle swimming finals of the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) from left: Serbia's silver medallist Velimir Stjepanovic, France's gold medallist Medhy Metella, and Australia's bronze medallist Kenneth To.
Schafer's Breaststroke SilverWinners of the youth men's 50m breaststroke final (from left) Nicholas Schafer of Australia winning the silver, Ivan Capan of Croatia the gold and Razvan Tudosie of Romania, the bronze on the final day of swimming.
Wilson's 200m HeatMadison Wilson of Australia swims during heat 2 of the Youth Women's 200m backstroke .
Schafer Helps Australia QualifyNicholas Schafer of Australia swims in heat 2 of the Youth Men's 4 X 100m Freestyle Relay.
McKeon Dives InAustralia's Emma McKeon leaps of the starting blocks in the Youth Women's 100m Freestyle Final. Emma finished second. The event was won by China's Tang Yi with a time of 54.46sec.
Max Ackermann 100m backstrokeMax Ackermann prepares for the 100m backstroke semi final at the Youth lympic Games, Singapore, August 15, 2010.
James shows off his silverwareSwimmer Justin James beams with his silver medal from the 4x100m mixed relay.
Taylor & Co.London 1908: British swimmer Henry Taylor, who won the 400m race, with his trainer.
Paris Medal CeremonyParis 1924: Medal ceremony for the men's 400m freestyle: (from left) Andrew 'Boy' Charlton (AUS) with the bronze, John Weissmuller (USA) with gold, and Arne Borg (SWE) with the silver medal.
Young Aussie a Home Grown HeroRome 1960: Australian swimmer John Konrads, at 17 years old, becomes a national hero at these Games taking home three medals: gold in the 1500m, bronze in the 400m freestyle and bronze in the 4x200m relay.
Pride on the PodiumRome 1960: Medal ceremony for the men's 100m freestyle swimming competition. (From left) Lance Larson (USA) wins silver, Australia's John Devitt (centre) wins the gold medal, and Dos Sants (BRA) wins the bronze.
7 Medals in 1 OlympicsMatt Biondi of the USA was an Olympic champion in the pool winning five gold medals as well as a silver and a bronze medal.
German Pride Six Times OverKristin Otto of East Germany punches the air after winning the women's 100m freestyle event.
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.
Golden GloryAustralia's Kieren Perkins waves to the crowd after winning the men's 1500m freestyle event.
Swimming SuccessHayley Lewis prepares for a heat swim. Lewis went on to win the silver in the 800m freestyle and the bronze in the 400m.
Aussie SmilesAustralia's Samantha Riley smiles with her bronze-medal win in the 100m butterfly.
Russian GoldRussian swimmer Aleksandr Popov celebrates his gold medal win in the men's 100m freestyle.
Australia's 1, 2 FinishFirst and second place, Australia's Kieren Perkins celebrates with teammate Daniel Kowalski after winning gold in the men's 1,500m freestyle. Kowalski won the silver medal.
Bronzed MedleyThe Australian men's 4x100m medley relay team wave to the crowds after receiving their bronze medals. They are (left to right) Phil Rogers, Scott Miller, Steven Dewick and Michael Klim.
1500m DominanceKieren Perkins of Australia touches the edge first and celebrates his gold medal win in the men's 1500m freestyle final.
4x Swimming Gold(Left to right) Michael Klim, Ian Thorpe and William Kirby of Australia celebrate gold in the men's 4x200m freestyle relay. Grant Hackett was the other team member (not pictured).
Kenneth To at the 2009 AYOFMedley swimmer Kenneth To in action at the 2009 Australian Youth Olympic Festival