Welcome Home Celebration MelbourneThe 2016 Olympic Team says a huge thanks to Victorians for supporting the Team on the Rio journey.
Sydney kicks off Welcome Home celebrationsSydney played host to the first leg of the Welcome Home celebrations today, hosting a number of Rio Olympians at the Opera House.
Australian Medallists of the Rio GamesReaction from our medal winners of the Rio Games.
Kim Brennan beaming as flag bearer.Kim Brennan has been chosen as the flag bearer for the closing ceremony. Kim won gold in the women's rowing single scull 2000m.
Aussie medallists visit Christ the RedeemerSome of our Rio medallists ventured to Rio's most iconic site - Christ the Redeemer - to see what all the fuss was about and witness the Olympic city from a new perspective.
Week One wrap upAll the reaction from our medal wins in week one of the Rio Games.
Olympic gold for rowing's golden girlRower Kim Brennan became our first Olympic champion in the sport in eight years with a comprehensive win in the women's single scull. Hear from Kim and her parents after a remarkable campaign that had a fairytale finish.
Big first day for Australian rowersDay one of competition proved to be a busy one for Australia's rowers with seven boats racing. Hear from Team Leader Ray Ebert, and heat-winning quad scull members James McRae and Cameron Girdlestone.
Brennan talks teamwork and lessons learntKim Brennan talks teamwork and lessons learnt ahead of her first Women's single sculls event next week.
Kim Crow - 2015 Rowing World ChampionshipsKim Crow competes in the heats of the 2015 Rowing World Championships in Aiguebelette, France.
Lydia Lassila and Kim Crow deliver their Mothers Day message.Olympic mesallists Lydia Lassila and Kim Crow deliver their Mothers Day message.
Learn from a Champ: Kim Crow | Individual ResponsibilityTwo time Olympian Kim Crow talks about the importance of individual responsibility. This vignette is part of the Learn from a Champ series.
Learn from a Champ: Kim Crow | SportsmanshipOlympic medallist Kim Crow on sportsmanship and why it is so important. This vignette is part of the Learn from a Champ series.
Learn from a Champ: Kim Crow | PrideOlympic medallist Kim Crow talks about pride and why it can be both a good and bad trait. This vignette is part of the Learn from a Champ series.
Learn from a Champ: Kim Crow | AttitudeTwo time Olympian Kim Crow talks about the importance of a positive attitude in sport and life. This vignette is part of the Learn from a Champ series.
Learn from a Champ: Kim Crow | Express YourselfOlympic medallist Kim Crow talks about the importance of communication - expressing yourself, as an elite athlete. This vignette is part of the Learn from a Champ series.
Kim Crow - Single Sculls Heat 2 London 2012Kimberly Crow competes in the Women's Single Scull, coming first with a time of 7:41.18 on Day 1 of the London 2012 Games. Copyright IOC and Nine Network
Crow celebrates Olympic Day on the waterRowing Olympian Kim Crow, pairs with her coach's daughter to celebrate Olympic Day.
Crow celebrates Olympic Day in CanberraRowing Olympian celebrated Olympic Day with students at Curtin Primary School in our nation's capital.
AYOF helped Crow to Olympic medals in LondonKim Crow won an historic two rowing medals at the London Olympic Games. In 2001 her Olympic journey started at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival as a 400m hurdler. She recalls the experience that helped her cope with senior level world class competition later in her career as a rower. In 2013 she is an ambassador for the sixth edition of the AYOF.
Kim Crow: From AYOF to London gloryHaving competed at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival in athletics, Kim Crow turned her attention to rowing where she won a silver and bronze medal at the 2012 London Games.
Kim Crow chats to students back homeAustralian rower Kim Crow takes part in the AOC's Chat to a Champ program as she inspires students back home in Australia following her silver and bronze medals at the London 2012 Games.
Melbourne welcome athletes homeDrew Ginn, Kimberly Crow, Sally Pearson and Anna Meares pose during the Australian Olympic Team Homecoming Parade at Federation Square on August 22, 2012 in Melbourne, Australia.
Melbourne says Welcome HomeSally Pearson came to town and rowers Drew Ginn and Kim Crow also took to the stage as Melbourne welcomed home the Australian Olympic Team at Fed Square on 22 August, 2012.
Crow makes historyKim Crow talks about making history as the first female Australian Olympic rower to win medals in two events at the same Games.