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  1. 24 de abr. de 2024 · Lisa Carrington (born June 23, 1989, Tauranga, New Zealand) is the most decorated New Zealand Olympian, having won six Olympic medals—five gold and one bronze—as a canoe sprint racer specializing in 200- and 500-meter races in a kayak. Carrington is also the first Māori woman to win an Olympic gold medal.

  2. 24 de abr. de 2024 · Canoe legend Lisa Carrington is eying more success at the Olympic Games, this time at Paris 2024. The New Zealand native became her nation’s most decorated Olympian after Tokyo 2020, picking up three golds to bring her total medal tally to six - five of which are gold.

  3. 28 de abr. de 2024 · 28/04/2024. 0. A renomada canoísta Lisa Carrington está de olho em mais sucesso nos Jogos Olímpicos, desta vez em Paris 2024. A nativa da Nova Zelândia tornou-se a atleta mais condecorada de seu país após Tóquio 2020, conquistando três ouros para elevar seu total de medalhas para seis – sendo cinco delas de ouro.

  4. 13 de mai. de 2024 · Aimee Fisher has pipped Dame Lisa Carrington in the K1 500 final at the latest canoeing World Cup in Hungary, despite trailing most of the race. Fisher stormed past her compatriot to win in a time ...

  5. 24 de abr. de 2024 · 24 April 2024. The New Zealand Team has today named it’s largest ever women’s canoe sprint team for the Olympic Games, with six athletes set to wear the fern and paddle for New Zealand in Paris.

  6. 24 de abr. de 2024 · New Zealand will send its largest-ever women's canoe sprint team to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, led by our most successful Olympian, Dame Lisa Carrington. Dame Lisa will be joined by Alicia...

  7. 13 de mai. de 2024 · Fisher came from behind in the K1 500 metre race to defeat team mate Dame Lisa Carrington and take gold - making it the first time Carrington has lost this event in years. The racing between the New Zealanders has put K1 athletes from around the world on notice ahead of Paris. Aports reporter Felicity Reid speaks to Lisa Owen. Tags: sport.