British Canoeing have extended the deadline for the Guide Module Provider Applications until 30th May 2017.
In an exciting move for the sport, British Canoeing is delighted to announce the appointment of, double Olympic silver medallist Richard Hounslow, who will join the canoe slalom coaching team, working at U23 level and inspiring champions of the future.
British Canoeing is delighted to announce that Mark Ratcliffe, coach to Olympic champion Joe Clarke MBE, has been appointed as the new Head Coach for British Canoeing’s Slalom high performance programme.
Tune in to BBC1 tonight (Tuesday 26 April) at 11.15pm to catch Olympic gold medallist Liam Heath on A Question of Sport.
British Canoeing has welcomed the publication of Duty of Care in Sport - an independent report commissioned by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.
Richard Sainsbury and his brother, Glyn, are currently training to take on the Go Canoeing Three Lakes Challenge in 24 hours. As part of their preparation they spent their Easter break training, including taking on another of our challenge routes; The Trent Loop Challenge.
Early in January the Slea Paddlers decided to get as many members as possible to attempt all of the British Canoeing challenge routes during the year. For the first challenge it was decided to keep it local and take on the new Trent Loop Challenge.
British Canoeing has recently been informed that there has been a significant pollution incident on the River Irwell which was first reported on 3rd April 2017 with a second report of substances entering the river on 23rd April.
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After one of the most competitive ever British Selection Trials at Lee Valley White Water Centre last weekend, the International Panel have now confirmed the athletes selected for the British Senior, U23 and Junior Teams for the 2017 international season.