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Olympian Jess Fox has continued her historic run this year and her best season yet after winning both the C1 and K1 overall World Cups at the 2018 ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup finals in la Seu d’Urgell, Spain over the weekend.
Jessica Fox has won the silver medal in the women’s K1 at the fourth Canoe Slalom World Cup of the season in Tacen, Ljubljana, Slovenia. She also took home the title in the women’s C1 after an early cancellation of the event.
Jessica Fox continues her unbeaten run by winning the women’s K1 and C1 at Canoe Slalom World Cup 3 in Augsburg, Germany (6-8 June 2018) and making it six World Cup wins in a row.
Jessica Fox’s perfect start to the 2018 ICF Canoe Slalom season has continued, with the Australian making it four gold medals from as many starts by winning the women’s C1 in Krakow, Poland at the Canoe Slalom World Cup 2.
Paddle Australia’s Jessica Fox brought up a winning double on the final day of the ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup in Liptovsky Mikulas, Slovakia (22 – 24 June 2018).
Dual Olympic medalist Jessica Fox has told the upcoming generation of paddlers to grab the opportunities the Youth Olympics Games has to offer with both hands.
Australian Olympic dual medallist and reigning 2017 K1 World Champion Jessica Fox has added the “World Paddle Awards – 2017 Sportswoman of the Year” to her long list of achievements and accolades.
Olympic medallist and 2017 Canoe Slalom World Champion in the women’s K1 Jessica Fox (NSW) took home the Canoeist of the Year Award, while Paralympic champion and 2017 dual World Champion Curtis McGrath was awarded the Paracanoeist of the Year Award at the Australian Canoeing 2017 Annual Awards held on the Gold Coast on Saturday (4 November 2017).
Australia dominated on the global stage over the October long weekend with World Championship victories, international golds and two qualifications for the Winter Olympic Games.
Australia’s Jessica Fox has bounced back from one of the most disappointing races of her career to post an emphatic K1 win at the 2017 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships in Pau, France, overnight.