Walsh came out top after two April trials to secure his place
Athens silver medallist Campbell Walsh has been confirmed in Britain's Olympic slalom squad for Beijing, along with Fiona Pennie and David Florence.
The Scottish trio booked their places in April trials but the selections were not rubber-stamped until Wednesday.
Walsh, who held off Andrew Hadfield to reach his second Games, said: "It's a second opportunity for me to get gold."
Team leader John Anderson said: "British canoeing has a strong team with a real chance of winning medals"
Campbell Walsh's guide to kayaking
Walsh, 30, came out on top in men's K1 in the second selection trial in Nottingham after Hadfield, his only competitor after the first selection weekend in the Netherlands, fell away on his second run.
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