British Canoeing has received the resignation of a member of their performance team who was suspended in December 2016, pending investigation.
We are excited to be celebrating the release of our new challenge route! The Worcester Ring Challenge has existed as a yearly event, run by Worcester Canoe Club, for the past few years. Now you can also take it on, independently and in your own time.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has praised the way national governing bodies have responded in working to become compliant with the new Code for Sports Governance by the end of October.
The ICF Junior and Under 23 World Championships are now well underway in the picturesque town of Murau in Austria.
The Welsh Government has recently published a consultation document on “Taking Forward Wales’ Sustainable Management of Natural Resources” which contains proposals that would dramatically improve canoeing access to inland waterways in Wales.
British Canoeing launched the Coach Award on the 3rd July 2017 and will need a number of Coach Award Tutors and Assessors. The deadline for Provider Applications is the 21st August 2017.
Congratulations to all the athletes selected to represent Great Britain at this year’s European Championships.
Two new canoe trials in Derbyshire; the Cromford Heritage Canal trail and Chesterfield Canal trail, mark an exciting partnership with Derbyshire County Council.
KL2 athlete Nikki Paterson has been confirmed as the second boat in the class to travel to the Paracanoe World Championships, after narrowly beating European silver medallist Charlotte Henshaw in a race off.
Congratulations to Colin Skeath and Davis Gould-Duff who have successfully completed the first ever circumnavigation of mainland Britain in an open canoe.
British Canoeing has recently received reports of anti-social behaviour and disturbance at our land at Holne Bridge on the River Dart.