Skip To Content

    Here's Every Medal Australia Won At Rio

    Cheerin' on that Aussie spirit.

    It all started with a bronze in the men's team archery on day one.

    Jewel Samad / AFP / Getty Images

    Then all eyes turned to the pool, where Mack Horton won gold in the the 400-metre freestyle. It was ~controversial~.

    Odd Andersen / AFP / Getty Images

    While Catherine Skinner was winning gold in the women's trap shooting.

    Philippe Lopez / AFP / Getty Images

    And back at the pool, our women were winning gold in the 4x100-metre freestyle.

    Clive Rose / Getty Images

    Then Maddison Keeney and Anabelle Smith won bronze in the 3-metre synchronised diving.

    Martin Bureau / AFP / Getty Images

    While our men scored bronze in the 4x100-metre freestyle.

    Julian Finney / Getty Images

    And who could forget our victorious women's sevens rugby team?

    Alexander Hassenstein / Getty Images

    And these dapper gentlemen won bronze in the team eventing.

    Jamie Squire / Getty Images

    Emma McKeon won bronze in the 200-metre freestyle.

    And let’s not forget 21-year-old Madeline Groves, who took out silver in the 200-metre butterfly.

    Getty

    Kyle Chalmers won gold in the 100-metre freestyle. He's 18, which is impressive, but also deeply depressing.

    Getty

    Leah Neale, Emma McKeon, Bronte Barratt, and Tamsin Cook took Australia to silver in the 4x200-metre freestyle relay.

    Al Bello / Getty Images

    Over at the rowing, our men's four won silver.

    Matthias Hangst / Getty Images

    As did our quadruple scull team.

    Alexander Hassenstein / Getty Images

    And Jess Fox won bronze in the kayaking.

    Rob Carr / Getty Images

    Back at the pool, Mitch Larkin won silver in the 200-metre backstroke.

    Dane Bird-Smith walked his way to silver and looked super stoked about it.

    Johannes Eisele / AFP / Getty Images

    On the final day in the pool, Cate Campbell smashed the final leg of the 4x100-metre medley to take the Aussies to silver by 1/100th of a second.

    Martin Bureau / AFP / Getty Images

    And our men ended things in the pool by winning bronze in the same event.

    In the velodrome we picked up a silver in the men's team pursuit.

    Bryn Lennon / Getty Images

    And Anna Meares picked up bronze, becoming our most decorated cyclist ever.

    Bryn Lennon / Getty Images

    Back at the rowing, Kim Brennan picked up a gold.

    Buda Mendes / Getty Images

    Tom Burton won gold in the sailing.

    Laurence Griffiths / Getty Images

    And cousins Lisa Darmanin and Jason Waterhouse won bronze.

    Clive Mason / Getty Images

    Chloe Esposito won gold in the epic pentathlon event.

    Yasuyoshi Chiba / AFP / Getty Images


    BuzzFeed Daily

    Keep up with the latest daily buzz with the BuzzFeed Daily newsletter!

    Newsletter signup form