CANOE/KAYAK - SPRINT: A wrap up of all the results from racing at the National Sprint Championships in Adelaide.
CANOE/ KAYAK - SPRINT: Currumbin Creek kayaker Ken Wallace has gone one better than his silver medal performance in the K1 1000 final on Saturday (see below) by winning gold in the gruelling K1 5000 final today.
CANOE/ KAYAK - SPRINT: Four Australian crews qualified for finals on the second day of the World Sprint Canoe Championships in Germany, headed by Beijing gold medallist Ken Wallace.
CANOE/KAYAK - SPRINT: Following two days of trials in Penrith, Australian Canoeing has selected Athletes to a pool for the 2013 Canoe Sprint World Championships in Duisburg, Germany from 27 August to 1 September.
CANOE: Bolstered by winning form on the windswept Eton Dorney course, kayaker Alana Nicholls is aiming to become Australian canoeing's first female Olympic champion this week.
Australia’s canoe paddlers are showing strong signs leading into the Olympic Games after winning nine medals – five in Olympic events - on Saturday and Sunday at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup in Moscow, Russia.
West Australian paddler Alana Nicholls has confirmed she'll be a legitimate contender in both her kayaking events at the London Olympics following two medals at this weekend's World Cup regatta in Germany.
The final day of the first canoe sprint World Cup for 2012 has concluded with Australia’s Alana Nicholls showing she on track for London finishing 5th in the women’s K1 200 A final, with WAIS duo Steve Bird and Jesse Phillips finished 2nd in the men’s K2 200 B final.
The 2012 Australian Olympic Canoe/Kayak Sprint team announced today has it all. The 16-strong team boasts a defending Olympic Champion, World Championship medallists, a champion ironwoman, a British-born mother, and the youngest sprint canoeists to ever represent Australia at the Games.
Murray Stewart and Alana Nicholls continued their dominance, winning the men’s and women’s K1 200 national titles on the final day of the National Championships at the Sydney International Regatta Centre.