Liam Heath and Deborah Kerr have progressed through to the canoe sprint semi-finals at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games after strong performances.
Deborah Kerr has finished in eighth place in the A Final of the canoe sprint women’s K1 200m at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games,
With the second week of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games fast approaching, Great Britain's Olympic canoe sprint team are all set for taking to the water at the Sea Forest Waterway.
A year later than originally planned, Friday saw the conclusion of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic canoe slalom event which has run over the last week at a very hot Kasai Canoe Slalom course, where four British slalom athletes made their Olympic debuts.
A strong final performance saw Bradley Forbes-Cryans finish in sixth place of the men’s K1 on the final day of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic canoe slalom event.
Mallory Franklin and Bradley Forbes-Cryans both secured their Olympic semi-final qualification with emphatic performances on day four of the Tokyo 2020 canoe slalom event.
It wasn’t to be for Great Britain's Kimberley Woods as she finished tenth in the women’s K1 Olympic final on day three of the Tokyo 2020 canoe slalom event.
Adam Burgess narrowly missed out on the podium as he finished fourth in the men’s C1 final on day three of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Great Britain’s Adam Burgess and Kimberley Woods both made strong starts to their Olympic Games campaign, powering into their respective semi-finals on day one of the Tokyo 2020 canoe slalom event.
A year later than planned, Great Britain's Olympic canoe slalom team are ready to take on the 2020 Olympic Games at the Kasai Canoe Slalom Centre in Tokyo, Japan.
Channel 4 has released details of how you can follow all the action from the Paralympic Games which officially starts next month on 24 August