The Australian team ranked last of eight nations in the technical routine, which included moves dubbed the flamingo and porpoise.
Russia dominated the synchronised swimming on Day 14, winning gold ahead of China and Spain. Australia finished last of eight teams.
Chris Barrett In excess of $370 million will have been distributed to sports and direct funding to athletes during the four-year cycle to Rio by the time the flame is lit in the Maracanã Stadium.
Ossian Shine The Olympic dreams of some athletes look set to be shattered after Games chiefs agreed on Monday to scrap a cap on the number of sports, preferring instead a limit on events.
Michael Gleeson Key Olympic events in which Australia is traditionally strong such as some swimming events and race walking are under threat after new rules were agreed by the IOC.
Gordon Rayner in London The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry will attend almost 30 events between them during the London 2012 Olympics, and there are no prizes for guessing who bagged a ticket to the beach...
Richard Hinds In the lead-up to these Olympic Games, Australians have again been subjected to the great Olympic con.
Georgina Robinson An Egyptian athlete has claimed the country's Olympic team was given fake Nike uniforms.
Daniel Sankey Day 11 at the London Olympics is the day our golden girls, Sally Pearson and Anna Meares, take centre stage.
Daniel Sankey Gold on the water, and gold in the water? It's a very real possibility for Australia today — a day in which Usain Bolt will also try to make history in the men's 200m final.
Phil Lutton As it transpires, Francesca Berti, Zhanna Demchenko and the rest of the panel of international synchronised swimming judges aren't big on Aussie pub rock.
Phil Lutton AS IT transpires, Francesca Berti, Zhanna Demchenko and the rest of the panel of international synchronised swimming judges aren't big on Aussie pub rock.
Daniel Sankey Can Steve Hooker overcome months of injury and poor form to defend his Olympic pole vault gold medal? We'll find out in a few hours. Join us for live coverage of the 2012 London Olympics.
Harry Gordon Baron Pierre de Coubertin, the father of the modern Olympic Games, probably wouldn't recognise his distant offspring today. If he did, it is uncertain that he would approve.
Chris Dutton Sure, you’ll probably be able to see London’s Olympic Stadium from space when cameras flash for the 10 seconds of the men’s 100 metres sprint.