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    Dame Lisa Carrington is excited by the prospect of more freedom come crunch time, as she looks to add to her of Olympic gold medals in Paris

    Dame Lisa Carrington is excited by the prospect of more freedom come crunch time, as she looks to add to her of Olympic gold medals in Paris


    The already five-time Olympic champion kayaker is set to race in the K1 and K2 500 - along with the K4 - at this year's Games.

    With her specialist event - the K1 200 - no longer on the programme - as well as other tweaks, Carrington says things are going to look a bit different.

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