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Fox Wins Women's K1 Gold at ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup #2

Australia’s Jessica Fox stunned the international canoe slalom world on the second day of the 2021 ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup #2 in Markkleeberg, Germany, when she took home the win in the women’s K1, in a race that was titled as ‘out of this world’


Mislawchuk and Pedersen win World Triathlon Cup gold

Tyler Mislawchuk and Alberte Kjær Pedersen lit up the Mexican coastline winning World Triathlon Cup gold


Jessica Fox C1 Gold at Canoe Slalom World Cup

Australia’s greatest canoe slalom paddler of all time, set a strong mark ahead of the Tokyo Olympic Games over the weekend, taking home gold and bronze


Rowers Ready for Olympic Regatta with 38 Athletes Selected to Australian Olympic Team

The Australian Olympic Committee has announced the 38-strong rowing team for the Australian Olympic Team for Tokyo.


Bronze for Jessica Fox at Canoe Slalom World Cup

Australian Olympic canoe slalom team has made a successful return to the world stage with dual Olympic medallist Jessica Fox


Tokyo Olympic Games: Rowing Athletes Named to New Zealand Team

Ten World Champion female athletes and World Champion coxswain Caleb Shepherd will be amongst the New Zealand rowing squad at the Tokyo Olympic Games, with 32 rowers making up the full Olympic rowing team.


Olympic Great Mahé Drysdale retires

Olympic Great and Kiwi legend Mahé Drysdale has announced his retirement from competitive rowing, aged 42.


Brown reports on Asia Pacific Championship.

Cameron Brown reports on his race at Ironman Cairns which also doubled as the Asia Pacific Championship.


Forissier, Duvoisin win XTERRA Short Track Italy Lake Garda

Arthur Forissier (FRA) and Loanne Duvoisin (SUI) captured the XTERRA Short Track Italy Lake Garda elite races on Saturday, June 5, 2021 through the narrow streets of Toscolano-Maderno with winning times of 34:09 and 39:56, respectively.


Alex Yee and Maya Kingma win WTCS Leeds

Alex Yee and Maya Kingma win at WTCS Leeds Roundhay Park with Kiwi Hayden Wilde 5th.