Talented 16-year-old Jessica Fox has been selected to carry the Youth Olympic Flame in Singapore the day before the Opening Ceremony. Fox, who will compete in canoe/kayak at the Games, is just one of three athletes from the Oceania region to be given the privilege.
Jess Fox won gold in C1 women and just over an hour later claimed a second gold in K1 women. On the final day of the ICF junior world championships in Foix, France, 16-year-old Jess Fox achieved an unprecedented double by winning two individual world championship gold medals.
Jessica Fox and Leanne Guinea repeated their medal success from last year's world championship swapping places on the podium at this year's World Cup event in La Seu D'Urgell, Spain.
Australian kayaker Jo Brigden-Jones claimed her first individual medal at a World Cup event with a third placing in the women's K1 200m in Szeged, Hungary.
Wollongong schoolboy Scott Smith was one of two athletes selected this week as part of the canoe/kayak team to travel to Singapore in August for the Youth Olympic Games.
The Australian men's K2 1000m crew of David Smith and Luke Morrison have won silver at the world canoeing sprint championships in Dartmouth, Canada.
Australia’s canoe slalom team is completing their final preparations ahead of the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships which start this Thursday (September 10) at La Seu D’Urgell, Spain. Eleven athletes will compete across the four World Championship divisions
Australian’s Kate Lawrence and Leanne Guinea have won silver medals at the ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup 2 in Bratislava, Slovakia.
The Australian Canoe Kayak slalom team has finalised their preparations ahead of the season opening World Cup 1 this weekend in Pau, France.
David Smith (NSW) and Luke Morrison (SA) have claimed a gold medal in the men’s K2 1000m race at the Canoe Sprint World Cup 3 event in Szeged, Hungary.