The powerful Australian men’s 1000 metre canoe sprint squad will get a chance to test new events when they head to Portugal this weekend for the third World Cup.
Olympic-bound athletes Jessica Fox and Ian Borrows will get a chance to test their progress in the lead-up to Rio when they contest the opening round of the canoe slalom World Cup in Ivrea, Italy, this weekend.
The K4 crew have won another World Cup medal and Ken Wallace and Lachlan Tame have returned to their best form at the canoe sprint World Cup in the Czech Republic.
London Olympian Jo Brigden-Jones will be racing for her Rio Olympic future on Friday night when the first sprint canoe World Cup gets underway in Duisburg, Germany.
The Rio 2016 Olympic Games are getting closer and closer as a host of athletes look to add their names to the 138 already on the Australian Olympic Team this weekend.