3 months after finishing High School at the age of 18, Jess Fox qualified for the 2012 London Olympics.
She left those Games with a Silver medal and, in hindsight, admits she felt the need to prove herself and to show that her result in London wasn’t a fluke.
Of course, it wasn’t a fluke - in fact, it was just the start of an incredible career!
A 2 x Olympic medalist (Jess won Bronze at the 2016 Rio Olympics), Jess has also won 7 World Titles (and counting!) making her the most successful canoe slalom paddler - male or female - in the history of the sport.
And she’s on Sparta Chicks Radio this week!
- how Jess got into the sport (given she initially thought it was “uncool”)
- the power of writing down your goals and seeing them on a daily basis,
- why you should welcome conditions that aren’t ideal in training, and
- her experience with the Imposter Complex, especially after the London Olympics
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