The Australian team for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games will see 11 athletes compete in the Canoe Sprint and four take part in Canoe Slalom.  

Reigning C1 Olympic champion and the most successful paddler from her country, Jessica Fox, is the undisputed star of the team.  

The four-time Olympic medallist and eight-time world champion will compete in the C1 and K1 in Paris.   

It will be a family outing for her in the French capital, with sister Noemie set for her Games debut in kayak cross.  

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The men’s Canoe Slalom athletes are also heading to their first Games. Timothy Anderson and Tristan Carter will showcase their talents in the K1 and C1, respectively, with the former being a junior world silver medallist and impressing in the World Cup circuit in 2023.  

Australia’s Canoe Slalom team in full: Jessica Fox, Noemi Fox, Timothy Anderson and Tristan Carter.  

Another pair of siblings Jean van der Westhuyzen and Pierre van der Westhuyzen are among the eleven-strong Canoe Sprint team.   

Jean teamed up with Tom Green to win K2 1000 gold at Tokyo 2020 and the duo will come together for the K2 500 in Paris.  

Green will also compete in the K1 1000 while Pierre is part of the K4 500 along with Noah Havard, Riley Fitzsimmons and Jackson Collins.  

Alyssa Bull, Alyce Wood and Fitzsimmons are heading to their third Olympic Games.   

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Wood, a former world champion, will take part in the K1 500 and Bull, a five-time world medallist, will take part in the K4 500.   

Debutants Alexandra Clarke, Ella Beere and Yale Steinepreis will join Bull in the K4 500.    

Australia’s Canoe Sprint team in full: Alyce Wood, Tom Green, Jean van der Westhuyzen, Ella Beere, Alyssa Bull, Yale Steinepreis, Alexandra Clarke, Noah Havard, Pierre van der Westhuyzen, Jackson Collins and Riley Fitzsimmons.  

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