British Canoeing Awarding Body have been on the road supporting National Associations and Providers attending their Orientations for the NEW Paddlesport Instructor qualification.
British Canoeing are excited to launch the application process for the new Paracanoe Talent Club Partnership Programme, which is aimed at developing the next generation of elite athletes.
British Canoeing are pleased to announce that every Instructor, Coach, Leader, Raft Guide and Bell Boat Helm will be able to deliver the NEW Personal Performance Award, providing greater access for the paddling community.
The Personal Performance Awards are about YOUR own journey of development. Find out more about the ethos of the Personal Performance Awards and achieving an award.
Great Britain's women's team finished in third place overall at the World Rafting Championships in Rio Alumine - Neuquen, Argentina, after medalling in each of the four disciplines.
British Canoeing has been made aware by the paddling community that an access point to the River Severn used by paddlers of all ages, abilities and interests, for many decades, is being restricted.
Places to Paddle Manager, Ben Seal, reflects on the key work the team has been doing this Autumn, including access and environment updates.
Featuring news, highlights and stories from across British Canoeing, including our clubs, centres and partners; the Autumn Edition of Canoe Focus is out now to read online.
Read more about the Paddle Awards, aimed at those new to Paddlesport, including the Paddle Explore Award!
There’s a new British Canoeing challenge route on the block and it’s the longest one yet! If you’re looking for a big adventure to train up for then this could be the one for you.
A number of sprint paddlers picked up their National Championship trophies after triumphing at the September regatta at Holme Pierrepont in Nottingham.