The South West held a busy, high quality day of CPD for coaches on Saturday 19th May.
Read the latest edition of Catch Up with Coaching which introduces two new documents to support deployers, coaches, leaders and aspirant providers.
Pip Stewart is an adventurer, journalist and presenter. Her latest challenge, alongside seasoned adventurers Laura Bingham and Ness Knight, saw her become one of the first people ever to paddle the length of the Essequibo River in South America from source to sea. We caught up with Pip ahead of this to discuss her latest expedition and pick up her top tips for hitting the water and taking on your own adventure.
Michaela Strachan, the wildlife presenter and outdoor enthusiast famed for her work on programs such as The Really Wild Show, Countryfile and Springwatch is joining us this year as an ambassador for National Go Canoeing Week 2018! She joined us on the banks of the River Thames at Wokingham Waterside Centre to chat about all things paddling.
Saturday 19th May 2018 was a busy day in England. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got married, the FA Cup Final took place and most importantly, the British Canoeing Women’s Paddling Ambassadors were launched!
National Go Canoeing Week is fast approaching and there are lots of ways to get involved!
With over 80 activities ticked off his bucket list from across the globe, it’s hard to believe that Dean Dunbar is registered blind.We caught up with him ahead of National Go Canoeing Week to find out why he added paddling to his catalogue of adventures!
Last week British Canoeing member Philip Sowden began his quest to complete the Bliss Canoe Trail to raise funds for charity.
British Canoeing are pleased to share the 2018 Provider Calendar. Book online now to the following courses with our early bird discount!
In the last race of the weekend at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup in Szeged, Richmond paddler Lizzie Broughton took a well-earned silver medal in the women’s K1 5000m.
Great Britain’s Paracanoe athletes collected a further four medals on their final day of the World Cup 1 in Szeged, Hungary, wrapping up the event with a total haul of six medals.