Britain’s international success in canoe polo continued over the weekend (23 & 24 June), winning two gold and one silver out in Mechelen, Belgium at the Flanders 2018.
This National Go Canoeing Week we set a target of 45,000 miles for the nation to paddle. You took the challenge on with great gusto, not only hitting the target but going far beyond it. Here is a big thank you from us and a round up of some of the great things you got up to.
Joe Clarke and Mallory deliver two more medals on the final day or racing at ICF Slalom World Cup 1 in Slovakia
Ryan Westley wins the first medal of the 2018 Slalom World Cup season for GB in Liptovsky
The opening event of the 2018 ICF Slalom World Cup kicks off in Liptovsky Mikulas (Slovakia) with 10 GB boats qualifying for semi finals
On Monday 18th June, Chantelle Grundy, Access & Environment Officer, and the rest of the Places to Paddle team took to the River Derwent in Derby to carry out a river clean up and practice what they preach.
Richard Atkinson, Waterways and Environment Policy Officer at British Canoeing, recently attended the Washburn recreational cruise to help introduce their new biosecurity wash down facility and explain to paddlers the importance of Check, Clean, Dry when fighting the threat of invasive non native species.
Check out our next eLearning activity exploring 'An Introduction to Environmental Awareness', exploring the topics you need to think about when you and your paddlers are on the water.
Southampton Canoe Club in partnership with British Canoeing are delighted to be running a racing skills day on Saturday 28 July 2018 at Southampton Canoe Club.
On Saturday 16th June, 81 kayaks and canoes and 3 stand up paddleboards took part in the annual Oxfam Exeter to Exmouth kayak rally, involving 123 paddlers in total.
It started with a plan on the back of an envelope; as all great plans do! Truro Canoe Race Club wanted a challenge which any of their members could take part in and the British Canoeing Three Lakes Challenge fitted the bill perfectly.