- Age at Festival
- Place of Birth
- Marseille, France
- Place of Residence
- NSW, Australia
- Famous Parents /Siblings
- Jess Fox (sister) - Silver medallist 2012 Olympian, Myriam Fox (mum) - 1996 Olympian (France), Richard Fox (Dad) - 1992 Olympian (Great Britain)
- Year 11
- Began this sport
- My parents both competed at the Olympics for Canoe Slalom so it is a family sport. I learnt to paddle very young but started competing at the age of 13.
- Major results
- 2012 NSW State Champion C1 and K1
2nd (C1) - Australian Nationals
- Myriam Fox
- Famous training partners
- Jess Fox (sister)
- Participation in other sports
- State level swimming and triathlons
2013 is the sixth time Australia has hosted this multi-sport Festival utilising the venues and legacy of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. At the London 2012 Olympic Games 106 athletes, over one-quarter of the Team, had competed at an edition of the AYOF. Olympic gold medallists of the past who came through the Festival include Anna Meares, Sally Pearson (McLellan), Matthew Mitcham, Emma Snowsill and many more.
Location: South of Asia between Indian & Pacific Oceans
AYOF History: 2001, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009
2013 Sports: Athletics, Badminton, Basketball 3x3 (men & women), Canoe/Kayak Sprint & Slalom, Cycling-Track, Diving, Gymnastics (Artistic, Rhythmic, Trampoline), Golf, Hockey (men & women), Judo, Rowing, Rugby Sevens (men & women), Shooting, Swimming, Triathlon, Weightlifting, Wrestling
Across all of the 17 sports at the 2013 AYOF the standard of competition was outstanding and future Olympians where in action across Sydney. Check out how all the competitions unfolded in the sport by sport wrap. Read more...
CANOE/KAYAK SLALOM: Although it was a cloudy day things looked up for winners of the canoe/kayak slalom as athletes stepped up onto the podium to claim their gold, silver and bronze medals. Read more...
Did You Know?
Anna Meares competed at the first Festival in 2001. Following her gold medal in the individual sprint and bronze in the team sprint in London she became Australia’s most successful Olympic cyclist with a total of 2 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze