Jessica Fox height - How tall is Jessica Fox?
Jessica Fox was born on 11 June, 1994 in Marseille, France, is an Australian canoeist. At 26 years old, Jessica Fox height is 5 ft 5 in (165.1 cm).
Now We discover Jessica Fox's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of net worth at the age of 26 years old?
|Age||26 years old|
|Born||11 June 1994|
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Jessica Fox Weight & Measurements
|Weight||63 kg (139 lb)|
|Body Measurements||Not Available|
|Eye Color||Not Available|
|Hair Color||Not Available|
Dating & Relationship status
She is currently single. She is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about She's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, She has no children.
Jessica Fox Net Worth
She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Jessica Fox worth at the age of 26 years old? Jessica Fox’s income source is mostly from being a successful Canoeist. She is from Australia. We have estimated Jessica Fox's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Canoeist|
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|Wikipedia||Jessica Fox Wikipedia|
In 2018, Fox was 2x ICF Canoe World Champion – C1 & K1 – and again won a number of World Cups in both disciplines. In 2019, she also won the Oceania Championships in Canoe Slalom again.
In 2017, Fox won a world title at the ICF Kajak Slalom World Championships, a number of world cup medals, the Canoeist of the Year award, and the NSW Athlete of the Year award.
In 2017, Fox appeared as a celebrity contestant on the Australian version of Hell's Kitchen. She came 7th overall.
In 2016, Fox won her second olympic medal, bronze in K1 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. After winning multiple World Cup races, she won the overall title in the 2016 World Cup Kayak Single Slalom K1 and was second overall in Canoe Single Slalom C1. She also won the World U-23 Championships in Kayak Slalom and in Canoe Slalom in Kraków, Poland. Additionally, she also won the Oceanie Championships Slalom C1 in Penrith, Australia.
Fox won fifteen medals at the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships with ten golds (C1: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2018; K1: 2014, 2017, 2018; C1 team: 2013, 2015, 2019), three silvers (C1: 2019, K1: 2019, C1 team: 2017) and two bronzes (C1: 2010, K1 team: 2017). Her 7 gold medals in individual events make her the most successful paddler, male or female, in World Championship history.
She won her first World Championship titles in the C1 event and the C1 team event at the 2013 World Championships in Prague.
Fox won the overall World Cup title in the 5 times in the C1 class (2013, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019) and twice in the K1 class (2018, 2019).
She qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, where she made her Olympic debut winning a silver medal in the K1 event. She won a bronze medal in the same event four years later in Rio de Janeiro.
Fox suffered a back injury that impacted her performance in 2012. In May 2012, she spoke at the Chullora Public School. She celebrated her 18th birthday on 11 June 2012 in Cardiff while competing at a World Cup event. Fox is also an avid dog lover, regularly posting "dog selfies" to her social media platforms. Fox has featured all types of breeds, ranging from Jack Russels to Labradoodles. Fox's most popular #dogselfie was with a Swiss Shepherd named Hendrix.
Fox earned a spot in the women's K1 event representing Australia at the 2012 Summer Olympics, in what was her Olympic debut, in which she won the silver medal. In April 2012, she trained on the Olympic course in London. She left Australia for overseas in advance of the 2012 Summer Olympics in May 2012. Her pre-Olympic schedule included World Cup competitions in Wales, France and Spain, and the Junior World Championship in the United States. In June 2012, she finished seventh in a World Cup race in Cardiff. She was the only Australian to make the finals, with her Australian teammates having been knocked out earlier. She finished in the top three in the women's C1 event. In the London Summer Olympics Fox won the silver medal in the K1 event. In the K1 Slalom event at the London 2012 Summer Olympics, Fox, at the age of 18, gained competitive revenge against the 44-year-old Czech paddler Štěpánka Hilgertová, who had beaten her mother Myriam to the K1 gold medal in the Atlanta 1996 Summer Olympics, sixteen years earlier. Fox's second in the final of the K1, improved on her mother's bronze from Atlanta 1996 and her father's 4th in Barcelona 1992 to earn the immediate nickname from her teammates and the press of "the Silver Fox".
Fox attended Blaxland High School, and finished her HSC year by being first in New South Wales in the PDHPE in 2011 and had an ATAR score of 99.1. She is currently studying in the Elite Athlete Program at The University of Sydney where she is working on a degree in media/communications. She is studying a Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) at Swinburne Online. She is bilingual in English and French.
In 2011, Fox won gold medals in the C1 women's event at World Cups 2 and 3. At the 2011 World Championships in Szeged, Hungary, she finished 19th, which gave Australia an automatic spot in the event at the 2012 Summer Olympics. She won silver medals at Australian Open and the Oceania Championships in the women's K1 event in 2011.
She also won a gold medal at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics in the K1 event.
Fox won a bronze medal in the C1 event at the 2010 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships in Tacen. At the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics in Singapore, she won the gold in the girls' K1 slalom event. In 2010, she finished 1st in the women's C1 event at the ICF Slalom World Cup in Seu, Spain. In 2010, she finished 1st in the women's K1 event at the Junior World Championships in Foix, France. In 2010, she finished 1st in the women's C1 event at the Junior World Championships in Foix, France. In 2010, she finished 3rd in the women's C1 event at the World Championships in Sloka, Slovakia. In 2010, she finished 5th in the women's K1 event at the World Championships in Sloka, Slovakia. In 2010, she finished 1st in the women's K1 event at the Oceania Open in Penrith, New South Wales. In 2010, she finished 1st in the women's C1 event at the Oceania Open in Penrith, New South Wales. In 2010, she finished 1st in the women's C1 event at the National Championships in Eildon, Victoria. In 2010, she finished 3rd in the women's K1 event at the National Championships in Eildon, Victoria.
Fox was the 2010 Penrith Press Junior Sports Star of the year and NewsLocal Medal winner. She has also served as the ambassador for the Premier's Sporting Challenge. In 2010, she was also named the Cumberland Courier Junior Sport Star, NSWIS Junior Athlete of the Year and the Pierre de Coubertin AOC award. In 2009, 2010 and 2011, she was named the Junior Canoeist of the Year Australian Canoeing. In 2011, she was named the Australian Canoeing Athlete of the Year. She earned the AIS Secondary Education award in 2011. She was awarded AIS Sport Performance Awards – Athlete of the Year for 2014. In 2018, she won AIS Sport Performance Award Female Athlete of the Year.
In September 2009, Fox made her Australian senior national team bid. She competed at the ICF World Ranking in Merano, Italy in 2009 where she finished third in the K1 event. At the 2009 AYOF event in Penrith, New South Wales, she finished first in the women's K1 event.
Fox races in K1 and C1 events. Her coach is her mother. She started in the sport in 2005 by canoeing on the Nepean River. She has a scholarship and is affiliated with the Australian Institute of Sport and the New South Wales Institute of Sport. In club competitions, she represents the Penrith Valley Canoe Club.
Jessica Esther "Jess" Fox (born 11 June 1994) is a French-born, Australian world champion slalom canoeist who has competed at the international level since 2008.
Fox is Jewish, and was born on 11 June 1994 in Marseille, France. She currently lives in Penrith, New South Wales. Fox's parents are Richard and Myriam, who both competed as canoeists at the Olympics: her father for Great Britain at the 1992 Games, and her mother at the 1996 Games who won a bronze medal for France. Her father is Second Vice President of the International Canoe Federation as well as Australian Canoeing's current high-performance manager, and a five-time world champion. Her mother Myriam Jerusalmi is Jewish; while her father is a gentile. Her younger sister Noemie is also a slalom canoeist, as was her aunt Rachel Crosbee.