Campbell Walsh

Walsh competed in his second Olympic Games in Beijing, hoping to go one better than the silver he won at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. Campbell made the semi-finals and finished 15th and did not progress to the final. At the 2009 European Championships Wa...

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David Florence

David Florence was the only one of the five British athletes selected to compete in canoe slalom in London 2012 to have experienced an Olympics before – winning silver in the C1 at Beijing 2008. However he will also experience a first having qualified...

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Etienne Stott

Etienne Stott, alongside Tim Baillie, finished second to David Florence and Richard Hounslow at the trials. He learnt to paddle on the River Great Ouse while in the Scouts and has a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Nottingham and is s...

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Fiona Pennie

Pennie Learned her slalom canoeing in Scotland with coach Johnny Brown before moving to Nottingham to both go to University and access better facilities. Her current coach is Shaun Pearce, an ex-World Champion in Men’s Kayak in Tacen, Yugoslavia 1991. Ca...

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Lizzie Neave

Lizzie Neave earned her place in the K1 event after winning all three selection races in April. She beat off competition from Fiona Pennie, who competed in the K1 at Beijing 2008, and Louise Donington. She won K1 bronze in the 2012 World Cup series and has...

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Paul Sunderland

Paul has been paddling since the age of eight and travels to Nanjing with a strong pedigree as a junior athlete. Paul was first reserve to the GB Junior Team last year and raced internationally at the ECA Junior Slalom Cup Race at Ceske Vrbne in the Czech ...

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Richard Hounslow

Richard Hounslow won the K1 at the selection trials and the C2 with David Florence and competed in both at London 2012. A Tottenham Hotspur FC fan, Hounslow graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a degree in sports science and management. At the ...

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Tim Baillie

Tim Baillie’s parents were both keen canoeists, competing in the slalom discipline, so it was no surprise that he followed in their footsteps, achieving world and European success. Baillie will finally make his Olympic debut in London with Etienne...

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Victoria Murray

At 15 years old Victoria Murray is one of the youngest members of the Team GB squad for Nanjing 2014. Victoria, from Perth in Scotland, is a four time J16 Scottish Kayak Champion and competed at the 2012 British Open on the London 2012 Olympic course.

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