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Nicholls nabs Duisburg double

Nicholls nabs Duisburg double

28 May 2012

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.

Nicholls on track with 5th in Poznan

Nicholls on track with 5th in Poznan

21 May 2012

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.

Stewart's turning point

Stewart's turning point

4 May 2012

First-time Olympic kayaker Murray Stewart says modelling the opening ceremony uniform reinforces just how close the Games are.

Powerhouse Olympic Canoe Team named

Powerhouse Olympic Canoe Team named

27 April 2012

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.

London hopefuls take on surf champs

London hopefuls take on surf champs

28 March 2012

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.

Hungary and Australia sign Olympic agreement

Hungary and Australia sign Olympic agreement

22 March 2012

Australia and Hungary have joined Olympic forces under a new agreement signed in Sydney today.

Slalom Team announced: Youth and experience to take on London rapids

Slalom Team announced: Youth and experience to take on London rapids

19 March 2012

With the allocation of Olympic quota places now received from the International Canoe Federation, the Australian Olympic Committee has today selected a four-strong canoe slalom team to compete at the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Stewart's dominance helps Wallace to London

Stewart's dominance helps Wallace to London

18 March 2012

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.

Kayak quartet on song for London 2012

Kayak quartet on song for London 2012

15 March 2012

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.

Murray ends Kenny's K1 Olympic quest

Murray ends Kenny's K1 Olympic quest

15 March 2012

At the Australian Sprint Championships at Penrith, Ken Wallace has been upstaged by the flying Murray Stewart in the K1 1000m. Wallace who won two individual medals in Beijing now must rely on the fate of other events to book his place in a crewed boat in London.