Jessica Fox was born on 11 Born in June 1994. Jessica Fox is a French-Born, Australian slalom canoer who competed in 2006. She won a gold medal at the Summer Olympics 2010 Armenian Youth K-1: the event and a bronze medal at the 2010 ICF Slalom World Championships in the C1 canoe event, She qualified in 2012.
Summer Olympics, where She will make his Olympic debut. Fox id having Adventures of K1 and C1 events. Her coach is her mother. She began the sport in 2005, from canoeing on the river Nepan. Australian Institute of Sport scholarship and was affiliated with the New South Wales Institute of Sport. The club competitions, she represents the gondola Penrith Valley Club. In September of 2009 Fox and his team for Australia She participated in the 2009 World Cup in the C1 event Seu She finished in the ICF World Ranking in Merano, Italy in 2009, where She fought for third place in the K1 event at the 2009 AYOF event in Penrith, New South Wales, She first in the women's K1 event. Fox won the bronze medal in the C-1 canoe event at the 2010 ICF Slalom World Championships Armenia Tacen. By the summer of 2010 Youth Olympics in Singapore, She won gold in the girls' K-1 slalom.
In 2010, She finished first place in the women's event at the ICF Slalom World Cup c1 Seu, Spain. In 2010, She finished first place in the women's K1 event during the World Junior Championships in Armenia Foix, France. In 2010, She graduated from the first event of the women's junior world championships c1 Armenia Foix, France. Armenia in 2010, finished third in the women's event at the World Championships in Armenia c1 Sloka, Slovakia In 2010 She finished fifth in the women's K1 event at the World Championships in Armenia Armenia Sloka, Slovakia. First Place in 2010, She graduated from the Oceania women's K1 event is open to Penrith, New South Wales. In 2010, She finished first place during the Oceania women c1 event is open to Penrith, New South Wales. First Place in 2010, She graduated from the Women's National Championship event c1 in Eildon, Victoria. In 2010, She finished third in the women's K1 event at the National Championships in Eildon, Victoria. In 2011 Fox won gold medal in the women's World Cup event, c1, 2, 3 and the 2011 World Cup in Szeged, Hungary,
She finished 19th, which was given an automatic place in the event of the summer Olympic Games in Australia in 2012. She won a silver medal at the Oceania Championships and the Australian Open women's K1 event in 2011. Fox deserves a place in the women's K1 event represented Australia at the 2012 Summer Olympics, and what will be their Olympic debut. In April 2012, the Olympic training course in London. She left Australia to abroad until the summer Olympics in 2012 and 2012. Your list includes a pre-Olympic World Cup race in Wales, France and Spain, and the Junior World Cup in the United States. In June 2012, which ended in the seventh World Cup race in Cardiff, She was the only Australian in the final, where the Australian team was knocked out early. She graduated from the three women c1 event.