An emotional Kitty Chiller has declared she wants to stay on as Australias Olympic team boss for the 2020 Tokyo Games.Chiller endured a torrid debut in the job, tasked with improving team culture while also dealing with many security challenges thrown up by the Rio Games and her high-profile performance came in for criticism at times.However she believes strong groundwork has been laid and she revealed on return home from Rio on Wednesday that she hoped to stay in the job.If people think that I have something to offer I would love to be involved, Chiller said.Weve set up a great culture in this team now and I would love to continue to build on that in the next four years.Australia recorded its worst medal haul in Rio since Barcelona in 1992, with eight golds and 29 in total.However Chiller pointed to the youth of the team as a reason for hope, despite what she labelled a Games of missed opportunities.This was a games where we demonstrated the strength of our youth, she said.Sixty-five per cent of our team were Olympic rookies, 43 per cent under the age of 25, the depth and strength of our team and our youth is our future and Tokyo looms large.Having engaged in pre-Games sparring with tennis stars Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic over their behaviour - both opted out of Rio - Chiller maintained her hardline disciplinary stance at the Games.Swimmers Emma McKeon and Josh Palmer were publicly disciplined for breaches of team rules, although Chiller later relented on McKeon and let her go to the closing ceremony.The biggest issue came when Australian Olympic Committee CEO Fiona de Jong had to negotiate the release of nine Australian athletes from a Rio police station following alleged tampering of accreditation passes, seemingly aided by a team official.A teary Chiller exonerated the athletes of blame and apologised to them, while an AOC investigation into that matter was to start immediately on arrival home.Chillers performance will be reviewed by the AOC before it decides on its chef de mission for the Tokyo Olympics.The difficult campaign clearly took a personal toll and Chiller was teary on the teams arrival in Sydney.But she said the team culture was the biggest success.It was a lot of investment over the last three years and its paid off, every single team member bought into it, Chiller said.What you see here today is evident of what you see every day in the village.All the athletes supporting each other, working with each other, celebrating and commiserating, it generally was one team. 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But a win would have left Washington in control and needing just a win Saturday -- or in any of its last nine regular-season games -- to capture its third division title in five years.Pittsburgh also has nine games left, but a 3 1/2-game mountain to get into a wild-card position might be insurmountable.Still, getting the win Friday to help keep their hopes alive and avoid a scenario where Washington gets to celebrate at their home park was something positive for the Pirates -- and especially for rookie Jacob Stallings, who hit a walk-off pinch-hit RBI single with two outs and a full count in the 11th.Obviously, its a big win for us trying to make the playoffs, Stallings said. It was pretty cool.Washingtons Joe Ross (7-5, 3.48 ERA) is slated to start Saturday, his second start since coming off the disabled list after recovering from a shoulder injury.After being out 2 1/2 mmonths, Ross allowed one run on six singles in three innings on Sunday, throwing 51 pitches, in the Nationals rain-shortened loss against Atlanta the Braves.dddddddddddd felt good, and that was what I was mainly concerned with, Ross told the Washington Post after that game. Just going out there feeling good and competing.The Nationals hope for a little more from Ross, and look for him to go longer Saturday. 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