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Ken Wallace and Lachlan Tame powering to the silver medal in the K2 1000m at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Moscow, Russia on 9 August 2014.

CANOE/KAYAK: The ICF canoe sprint World Championships came to a close overnight following five days of racing in Moscow.

The London 2012 gold medal winning K4 crew - Tate Smith, Murray Stewart, David Smith & Jacob Clear- competing at the 2014 Australian Sprint Championships in South Australia.

CANOE/KAYAK: Australia’s gold-medal winning K4 crew will have their first serious test for 2014 when it races in the Canoe Sprint World Cup in the Czech Republic this weekend.

Ken Wallace wins the 2013 ICF World Cup 2 has concluded in Racice, Czech Republic.

CANOE/KAYAK - SPRINT: The ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup series will commence on Friday in Milan, Italy.

The London 2012 gold medal winning K4 crew - Tate Smith, Murray Stewart, David Smith & Jacob Clear- competing at the 2014 Australian Sprint Championships in South Australia.

CANOE/KAYAK - SPRINT: A wrap up of all the results from racing at the National Sprint Championships in Adelaide.

CANOE: Australia's new gun paddler Murray Stewart faces an immediate reality check in his Olympic debut on Monday when he slips into the shoes of Beijing Games gold medallist Ken Wallace.

Ryan Napoleon's Living the Dream cake.

With less than 3 weeks to go until London 2012, where in the world is the Australian Olympic Team? Hear from the athletes as they collect their green & gold kit, find inspiration at home and hunt for the edge ahead of the greatest show on earth. Look out London the Aussies are coming!

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.

Top L-R: Ken Wallace, Men's K4 crew, Alana Nicholls. Bottom row L-R: Naomi Flood, Women's K4 crew, Men's C2 crew

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.

Naomi Flood of Queenscliffe celebrates victory in the Ironwoman Final at Burleigh Beach on the Gold Coast on March 16, 2003.

A handful of Australia's London-bound Olympians are competing in this week's national surf lifesaving championships as a welcome change from training and the strain of qualifying events.

Victorious women's K4 crew of Rachel Lovell, Hannah Davis, Jo Brigden Jones and Lyndsie Fogarty.

There was no stopping the women's K4 500 crew of Rachel Lovell, Hannah Davis, Jo Brigden-Jones and Lyndsie Fogarty as they stormed home to win their second Olympic selection race in Penrith and tick the qualification boxes for London.

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