- Age at Festival
- Place of Birth
- VIC, Australia
- Place of Residence
- VIC, Australia
- Famous Parents /Siblings
- Kang Yu Wei (Great, great Grandad) - Chinese calligraphy, revolutionist
- Year 12
- Began this sport
- When I was 12 years old through an NTID program
- Major results
- 2012 Under 19 National Doubles Champion
2012 Pan Pacific Mixed Doubles Champion, Member of Australian Womens Uber Cup Team
- Ricky Yu, Lasse Bundgaard
- Famous training partners
- Multiple Badminton Olympians
- Participation in other sports
- State level hurdler, club level gymnastics, club level basketball, circus
2013 is the sixth time Australia has hosted this multi-sport Festival utilising the venues and legacy of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. At the London 2012 Olympic Games 106 athletes, over one-quarter of the Team, had competed at an edition of the AYOF. Olympic gold medallists of the past who came through the Festival include Anna Meares, Sally Pearson (McLellan), Matthew Mitcham, Emma Snowsill and many more.
Location: South of Asia between Indian & Pacific Oceans
AYOF History: 2001, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009
2013 Sports: Athletics, Badminton, Basketball 3x3 (men & women), Canoe/Kayak Sprint & Slalom, Cycling-Track, Diving, Gymnastics (Artistic, Rhythmic, Trampoline), Golf, Hockey (men & women), Judo, Rowing, Rugby Sevens (men & women), Shooting, Swimming, Triathlon, Weightlifting, Wrestling
BADMINTON: The team stage of the badminton competition has concluded, with China, the number two seed, victorious over Malaysia. Read more...
Twelve of the nation’s leading badminton juniors will have the chance to make a name for themselves after being selected to represent Australia at the 2013 Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF). Read more...
Did You Know?
Kim Crow competed on the track at the AYOF before injury halted her promising athletics career. After not winning a medal in Beijing, Crow was the only athlete to compete in two rowing events in London where she won silver and bronze.