With the events in Rio set to kick of in just a few days, you can stay up to date with all medal wins, major upsets and live competition direct from the @AusOlympicTeam as they take on the world’s top athletes.
Whether it’s our Team Captain, Chef de Mission, youngest athlete or the Aussie siblings and couples competing here are some of the best accounts to follow for all the action!
Chef de Mission, Australian Olympic Team
Kitty Chiller (@kittychiller)
Australian Flagbearer and Team Captain
Anna Meares (@AnnaMeares) - cycling
Sweet 16, Australia’s youngest athlete
Ellie Carpenter (@CarpenterEllie) - soccer
Tallest Australian athlete
At a towering 213cm height, basketballer Andrew Bogut (@AndrewBogut) is our tallest athlete
Shortest Australian athlete
At a petite 153cm height, diver Melissa Wu (@MelissaPaigeWu) is our shortest athlete
Siblings sharing the Olympic dream
Bronte Campbell (@Bronte_Campbell) and Cate Campbell (@catecamp) - swimming
Annette Edmondson (@NettieEdmo) and Alexander Edmonson (@alexedmo) - cycling
Max Esposito (@eessppoo) and Chloe Esposito (@chloeesposito91) - pentathlon
Emma McKeon (@emma_mckeon) and David McKeon (@DavoMcKeon) - swimming
Ryan Gregson (@RyanGregson25) and Genevieve LaCaze (@GenGen_LaCaze) - athletics
Daniel Bowker (@danielbowker) and Emma Moffatt (@_Moffy) - canoe/kayak and triathlon
Emily Seebohm (@emcbomb) and Mitch Larkin (@Larkin_mitch) - swimming
Melissa Hoskins (@MelissaMHoskins) and Rohan Dennis (@RohanDennis) - track cycling and road cycling
Indigenous athletes to follow
Patrick Mills (@Patty_Mills) - basketball
Benn Harradine (@bennharradine) - athletics
Kyah Simon (@KyahSimon) - soccer
Lydia Williams (@lydsaussie) - soccer
For video highlights from The Games follow the official Australian broadcast partner @7Olympics.
For all the latest from the Australian Olympic Team follow @AusOlympicTeam and #OneTeam.
You can also follow your favourite Aussie athletes, teams and journos covering the Games by subscribing to these Twitter lists.