Wallace wants to do it all again in 2012Dual Olympic medallist Ken Wallace talks about living the life of an Olympic gold medallist. Looking to London, Wallace is ready to take gold in the event that got away in 2008- K1 1000m.
My Journey to London - Ken WallaceYou don’t just arrive in London in July 2012 for the Olympic Games. It takes years of hard work, sacrifices and determination to be the best. And it is not a solo effort. There are so many people that influence an athletes’ career. This gallery gives a taste of the Journey to London so far for Ken Wallace.
Podium Pride(L-R) Silver medalist Adam Van Koeverden of Canada, gold medalist Ken Wallace and bronze medalist Tim Brabants of Great Britain celebrate with their medals following the Kayak Single (K1) 500m Men Final during the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.
Ken's FightKen Wallace competes ahead of Ben Fouhy of New Zealand in the Men's Single 1000m semifinal of the kayak flatwater event at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.
A Model KayakerKayaker Ken Wallace models his uniform during the Australian Olympic competition uniform launch held at Luna Park in 2008.
Aussie JoyKen Wallace celebrates winning the Kayak Single (K1) 500m Men Final during the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.
AYOF AmbassadorLuke Haniford (L) and Glenn Rypp (R) pose with Australian Olympic gold medallist and AYOF ambassador Ken Wallace (C) during the 2009 Australian Youth Olympic Festival in Sydney.
Beijing Bronze(L-R) Silver medalist Eirik Veraas Larsen of Norway,gold medalist Tim Brabants of Great Britain and bronze medalist Ken Wallace receive their medals following the men's flatwater kayak single (K1) 1000m Men Final at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.
Beijing Welcome(L-R) Jacob Clear, Ky Hurst, Ken Wallace and Tate Smith during the Australian Olympic team reception at the Sofitel Wanda ahead of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.
Medal Celebrations(L to R) Ken Wallace celebrates with bronze medalist Tim Brabants of Great Britain and silver medalist Adam van Koeverden of Canada after winning the Men's Kayak Single K1 Flatwater Final atthe Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.
Olympic HomecomingKen Wallace walks from the plane as the Australian Olympic team arrive home following the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.
Roofie coach sorts out WallaceFormer roofie explains how be became the coach of Olympic gold medallist Ken Wallace and their mutual love of shopping for hardware. 31 March 2011
Learn from a ChampDiscover the 'Learn from a Champ' video resource, featuring Australian Olympians and the highs and lows of their involvement in sport and life.
Kenny looking ahead to LondonBeijing sprint kayak gold and bronze medallist Ken Wallace explains how hectic life has been since Beijing, the changes in his sport and what he has to do to earn selection for the London Olympic Games in 2012.
Golden Nugget: Classic Canoeing - Ken WallaceBeijing 2008: Ken Wallace celebrates winning the Kayak Single (K1) 500m Men Final while competing during the canoe/kayak flatwater event held at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.
Day 4: Ambassadors Brunch
On Day 4 of the 2009 Festival 18 Olympians who were sport ambassadors for the AYOF gathered pool deck at the Sydney Aquatic Centre for a brunch with website and radio competition winners.