Jessica Fox creates history with K1 World TitleLondon Olympic silver medallist Jessica Fox created history at the 2014 World Champs in the USA by winning the C1 and then K1 World Titles. Watch her final stages and reaction from the K1 gold.
Jess Fox claims silver at London 2012 OlympicsSecond generation Olympian Jessica Fox wins a silver medal at the age of 18 in the Canoe/Kayak Slalom, beaten by only .61 of a second by Emilie Fer of France.
World Champion Jess Fox's words of advice to the 2018 YOG TeamAfter becoming the most successful paddler in the history of slalom, World Champion Jessica Fox reflects on her season and passes on a few words of wisdom for the 2018 Youth Olympic Team
Olympic stars inspire students in CanberraA host of Australia's Rio 2016 athletes headed to Giralang Primary School in Canberra to answer questions and help out with PDHPE class.
#OneTeamTake a look back at the Rio 2016 campaign through the lens of the team hashtag #OneTeam
Men's K4 a proud fourth, who will go on to Tokyo?An exhausted Ken Wallace, Riley Fitzsimmons, Jacob Clear and Jordan Wood fronted the media and spoke about their day's racing and discussed who will go on to Tokyo 2020.
Sprint Canoe's Stephen Bird saves his best for the olympics. Stephen Bird has made his first ever A final at an international level, at no less than the Rio Olympics. He addresses the media, still beaming from his fantastic showing in the semi final.
Kenny and the Kid take home bronzeKen Wallace and Lachlan Tame won bronze in the K2 1000m to take home our first Olympic medal for canoe sprint in Rio. The dynamic duo couldn't be prouder to have won the medal for themselves, their families and supporters back home in Australia.
Kenny and the Kid's charge for gold.Canoe veteran Ken Wallace and olympic debutant Lachlan Tame will line up in the men's K2 1000m canoe sprint final. Here, canoe/kayak team leader Richard Fox discusses their chances to medal.
Tough day on the water for Murray Stewart.After a string of setbacks in the lead up, Murray Stewart reflects on a tough day on the water, as he finished fourth in the men's K1 1000m final.
Aussie medallists visit Christ the RedeemerSome of our Rio medallists ventured to Rio's most iconic site - Christ the Redeemer - to see what all the fuss was about and witness the Olympic city from a new perspective.
Fan messages to our athletes (take #2)Our Olympic athletes receive fan messages from people who admire them and their efforts at the Games. Sprint canoeists Alyce Burnett and Lachlan Tame, and beach volleyballer Maria Fe Artacho del Solar open up about their favourite ones.
Sprint Canoeists ready to rumbleOur sprint canoeists have landed in Rio and are gearing up for their first day of competition at the Games. Hear from Naomi Flood (K1 500m), Jacob Clear (K4 1000m) and Ken Wallace (K4 1000m, K2 1000m).
Jess Fox claims bronze in the K1 Canoe SlalomJess Fox is flanked by her mum and dad as she relives her bronze medal performance in the K1 Canoe Slalom.
Murray Stewart up for K1 challengeOlympic gold medalist Murray Stewart is going into new territory as he competes solely in the K1 category at these Games. He returned from serious illness earlier this year and is aiming to challenge some more fancied rivals.
Copacabana backdrop for Fox Olympic dreamsJess Fox does a photoshoot at Copacabana beach ahead of Rio 2016 Games.
A day in the life of Bull and BurnettAlyce Burnett and Alyssa Bull take us through a typical day of their training before Rio.
Thumbs up for canoe kayak venue from Delfour, Fox and BorrowsSlalom paddlers Lucien Delfour, Jess Fox and Ian Borrows are pumped after training at the Whitewater Stadium in Deodoro.
Chiller and Fox pleased by Aussie female representationChef de Mission Kitty Chiller and slalom paddler Jess Fox are excited by the number of female Aussie athletes competing in Rio.
Slalom athletes arrive in RioJess Fox, Ian Burrows and Lucien Delfour have touched down in Rio and are pumped to be in the Olympic city.
Rio Olympics Final Preparations - One Month To GoThe Rio 2016 Games will open on August 5 and with one month to go the venues and the city are look ready for the Games.
Naomi Flood joins the 2016 Australian Olympic TeamKayak sprint paddler Naomi Flood has been selected on her second Games Team.
Australian Olympic Team Weekly Wrap - 23 May 2016K4 gold, six athletes added to the 2016 Team and a new personal best for Genevieve LaCaze.
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