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EOI’s – Education & Safety Advisory Group

Expression of Interest for the Australian Canoeing's (AC) Education & Safety Advisory Group are now open and will close on the 14th July 2017. The Education...

Australians have reason to be confident in Markkleeberg

The Australian Canoe Slalom team heads into this weekend’s third ICF World Cup in Markkleeberg, Germany, full of confidence after some very exciting performances...

Fox back to her best in quality C1 World Cup win

It took Jessica Fox less than one week to remind everyone just how good she is, the two-time Olympic medallist demolishing the field to...

Watkins and Anderson show the way in Prague

The Australian pair of Daniel Watkins and Timothy Anderson have made a solid start to the ICF Canoe Slalom second World Cup, both needing...

The Sport Australia Hall of Fame

APPLICATIONS OPEN! Click on the below link to apply for a 2018 Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarship 2018 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FORM Applications close Monday July 10th...

Frustrated Fox vows to put disappointing weekend behind her

Jessica Fox has described her feelings of anger and frustration as her chances of a medal at the ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup slipped...

Delfour and Lawrence fight hard in Prague

Australia’s Lucien Delfour and Ros Lawrence have put in brave performances but finished outside the medals in their respective finals at the ICF Canoe...

Delfour overcomes chaos to post cracking K1 time

The lead-up to Lucien Delfour’s first K1 run at the ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup in Prague on Friday was absolute chaos. But it seemed...

WA K4 Turnout

The WA Canoe Marathon Association held a very successful Ladies & Juniors K4 Championships at Ascot Kayak Club (as part of the Double Barkers...

Fox happy to focus on C1 in 2017 – mostly

There’s a lot of change happening in canoe slalom this year, and one difference that seems to have met with widespread approval is the...