With 439 days to go until the Rio Olympic Games, it was another fantastic weekend of Aussie Olympic sporting action, including the Aussie 7s women's side booking their tickets to Rio!
Australia has scored three medals at the ICF canoe sprint World Cup in Duisburg, at the second World Cup this year.
Australia will continue to shuffle the crew in its Olympic gold medal boat, the men’s K4 1000, this weekend as it works to find the team to defend their title in Rio.
Australia has claimed three medals at the first ICF canoe sprint World Cup in Montemor-o-Velho, Portugal
Naomi Flood and Jo Brigden-Jones describe their first 12 months as a K2 combination as ‘pretty raw’.
2012 Olympian Alana Nicholls will get a chance to test her form against an international field at the first Canoe Sprint World Cup in Portugal
International canoe sprint racing returns with Portugal hosting the first of three ICF World Cups from 15 to 17 May.
It was another huge weekend on the #RoadtoRio for Australian athletes, including the Sailing World Cup Hyeres and Canoe/Kayak slalom Junior World Championships.
Australia finished the ICF canoe slalom Junior and U23 World Championships in style by winning three medals in Brazil.
Jessica Fox will headline a 17 person strong Australian team at the ICF Junior and U23 World Championships in Brazil.