Three-time Olympic medallist David Florence has introduced his retirement from canoeing.
The Scot, 39, gained a silver medal on the 2008, 2012 and 2016 Games and can also be a former world and European champion.
Florence competed in C1 and C2 slalom occasions and his most up-to-date podium was second in a C1 occasion in Catalonia in September.
“I’ve had so many fantastic experiences and races,” he advised British Canoeing.
“I’ve had a great time and achieved results that I’m proud of. I’ve loved going to the Olympics, winning medals, but what’s kept me motivated is the enjoyment of trying to improve and trying to be my best.
“I’ve had nice help from sensible coaches. I’ve had good coaching teams, an superior bunch of those that I’ve loved rising up inside the sport, those that I appeared as much as and I feel all these issues have mixed to a very nice profession.
“I’ve always had a lot of support from my parents. My dad started me and my brother out canoeing and my sister has always been super supportive too. They’ve travelled to so many international competitions to watch me race.
“My spouse has been unbelievable and massively supportive. It’s been fairly full on, we have had three youngsters within the final seven years, so going away and coaching has been onerous. My daughter was born only a few weeks earlier than the Rio Olympics, so Becky has been so supportive.”