The British Senior and Olympic Selection trials got underway at Lee Valley White Water Centre today on the hottest day of the year so far.
The survey showed that canoeing was the most popular of all boating activities and that the long term growth trend of canoeing remains at a four percent year on year increase with 2.1m people going paddling at least once a year, in canoes, kayaks or stand up paddleboards.
Lee Valley ready for an exciting weekend of racing at the British Senior and Olympic selection trials.
British Canoeing Awarding Body is pleased to announce the NEW Stadium Safety and Rescue Training, designed for individuals wanting to provide safety cover at an artificial, white water course.
You can make a real difference to the future of British sport by supporting SportsAid Week 2019 this September!
Read about Ellie, a recently qualified Paddlesport Instructor, who chose to improve her Canoe skills using the NEW Touring Award.
A small canoe club numbering barely 40 members in Golant, Cornwall is aiming for multiple wins in the annual 125 mile Devizes to Westminster (DW) International Canoe Race this Easter.
British Canoeing Awarding Body (BCAB) is seeking to appoint an additional member to its BCAB Committee. The successful candidate will be equipped with the skills and knowledge to act as a point of contact for the BCAB Responsible Officer in relation to all activities undertaken by the awarding organisation that are of interest to regulators.
Over the past few years British Canoeing has considered its offering of Stand Up Paddleboard qualifications and awards. The following suite of programmes have been designed to provide options for the Stand Up Paddleboard community.
Congratulations to Kingston A, Meridian Ladies and Ulster U18 A who came out on top in their canoe polo competitions over the weekend.
Hear from Keirron, Adventurous Experiences, who shares his thoughts on running the first Core Coach training to take place on the Isle of Man