What did Australia come in the 2008 Olympics?


What did Australia come in the 2008 Olympics?

A total of 433 competitors competed for Australia at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing….

Australia at the 2008 Summer Olympics
Flag bearers James Tomkins (opening) Stephanie Rice (closing)
Medals Ranked 6th Gold 14 Silver 15 Bronze 17 Total 46
Summer Olympics appearances (overview)

Who won the canoe slalom Olympics?

Benjamin Savsek
Third time lucky for Savsek as he comes from sixth in the semi-finals to claim the Olympic title in the final. Slovenia’s Benjamin Savsek put on the afterburners in the sixth race of the men’s canoe slalom final to win gold with 98.25.

Who won triple jump in 2008 Olympics?

Nelson Évora of
Thirty-nine athletes from 26 nations competed. The event was won by Nelson Évora of Portugal, the nation’s first medal and victory in the men’s triple jump….Athletics at the 2008 Summer Olympics – Men’s triple jump.

Men’s triple jump at the Games of the XXIX Olympiad
Panorama of Phillips Idowu jumping
Venue Beijing Olympic Stadium

How old is Jess Fox?

28 years (June 11, 1994)Jessica Fox / Age

How long was Jessica Fox canoe race?

China’s time was 7min 40.33sec, the US came in at 7min 40.73sec and Australia at 7min 41.29sec. All three teams bettered the world record of 7min 41.50sec set by Australia at the 2019 world championships.

What nationality is Jessica Fox?

AustralianJessica Fox / Nationality

Where did Jess Fox go to school?

Blaxland High SchoolThe University of Sydney
Jessica Fox/Education

Is Jess Fox better C1 or K1?

She also won a gold medal at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics in the K1 event. Fox, an 8-time world champion and Olympic champion, is considered the greatest individual paddler of all time….Jessica Fox (canoeist)

Personal information
Country Australia
Sport Canoe slalom
Rank No. 1 (K1) No. 1 (C1) No. 4 (Extreme)
Event(s) K1, C1, extreme slalom

What is the difference between C 1 and k 1?

Canoe vs. Kayak. Canoe events are labeled “C” and kayak events are labeled “K” in OIympic programs, standings charts, and when reporting results. Kayaks are propelled with a paddle that has two blades, one on each side of the shaft, while canoe paddles have only one blade.