Gold for Clarke and Franklin and silver for Woods at London Canoe Slalom World Cup.
It was a confident start by the British canoe slalom team qualifying all 12 boats through to the semi finals over the weekend.
International canoe slalom returns to the London 2012 Olympic venue this week for the opening World Cup of the 2019 season.
British Canoeing has today announced that BBC Sport will be the UK host broadcaster for the 2019 ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup 1 and 2020 ECA Canoe Slalom European Championships.
Mallory Franklin added the women’s individual canoe single (C1) gold to her medal haul, having won the C1 Team gold on Friday and the women’s kayak single (K1) yesterday, whilst teammate Kimberley Woods took bronze.
Mallory Franklin started as she finished off last season, showing she is an international class act in the women’s kayak single (K1) as well as the canoe single (C1).
GB’s women’s trio of Mallory Franklin, Kimberley Woods and Sophie Ogilvie scooped C1 Team gold at the European Championships.
It was a solid opening day for GB at the canoe slalom European Championships in Pau with five of the six senior boats in action qualifying for their respective semi-finals.
Great Britain’s ten-strong canoe slalom team are now in Pau, France, preparing to get the international racing season underway.
Canoe Slalom team announced after competitive selection weekend.
Day three of the British Senior and Olympic Selection trials at Lee Valley White Water Centre capped off another thrilling weekend of Canoe Slalom action.
David Florence became the first athlete to secure his place on the British senior team with a second race win in the men’s canoe single (C1). There were also wins for Fiona Pennie (women’s K1), Joe Clarke (men’s K1) and a second win for pre-selected Mallory Franklin (women’s C1).