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Noemie Fox returned to Sydney from Tasmania’s Brady Whitewater Course last week with several Canoe Slalom National Championships medals around her neck.
A measured comeback and a positive attitude following a disastrous start in the heats earned Noemie Fox a bronze medal in women's single canoe at the 2018 ICF U23 Canoe Slalom World Championships in Italy last weekend.
Jessica Fox drew from her experience, the energy from the crowd and her attacking instinct on the rapids to begin the 2018 international season by winning all gold medals on offer in the opening two rounds of the 2018 World Cup series in Europe.
Jewish sport was the winner when the recipients of the Maccabi Australia, NSW and Victoria Awards were named last week.
Two-time canoe slalom Olympic Games medallist Jessica Fox was named Athlete of the Year at the inaugural NSW Champions of Sport Awards in Sydney on November 27, capping off another highly successful year on the rapids.
Sydney's Jessica Fox won gold in the women's K1 (single kayak) at the Canoe Slalom World Championships in France last weekend, by a margin of more than four seconds.
Sydney's Jessica Fox clinched the 2017 ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup Series in the C1 (single canoe) division by earning silver in the fifth and final round held at the La Seu d'Urgell course in Spain on September 9.
In her final appearance at an Under-23 Canoe Slalom World Championships, Sydney's Jessica Fox bounced back from the heartbreak of missing a medal in the women’s single canoe by winning gold in the women’s single kayak on July 23.
23-year-old Jewish Sydneysider Jessica Fox – a three-time women’s C1 world champion – responded to a loss last week in the best possible way seven days later in World Cup round two in Augsburg, Germany by winning the C1 gold.
TWO-TIME Olympic medallist Jessica Fox and Paralympian Adam Kellerman were the highest profile winners of the Maccabi NSW Jewish Sports Awards.