Three BBC presenters are taking part in two seperate paddling challenges, with the help of British Canoeing members, as they look to raise money for Sport Relief.
As winter comes to a close and spring rolls in, it can mean only one thing; the Winter Club Challenge is finished and the results are in! This year was very popular with over 50,000 miles paddled and lots of people all ages taking part.
In order to support our paddlers, coaches and leaders, British Canoeing are pleased to provide a range of eLearning resources to go alongside our qualifications and awards to support, engage and provide extra information for those who wish to supplement their learning.
British Canoeing are running a series of Intermediate Modules, open to anyone interested in the selected topic areas.
Last week was International Women’s Day and we spoke to Justine Jenkins about how she and her daughter Sienna got into paddlesport. Their stories highlight the fantastic diversity of the sport and the pathways it can open up.
The Board of British Canoeing is pleased to issue this joint statement with Ivan Lawler and Pam Bell, which outlines our plans and proposals to address the challenges around access and the right of navigation in England.
British Canoeing athlete Jen Warren has been announced on the Paralympic Inspiration Programme to travel to PyeongChang 2018.
As the weather starts to warm and we move into spring, British Canoeing are pleased to unveil three new canoe trails for you to try this season on the River Stour, the River Thames and the River Waveney.
Following the success of the offer last year, British Canoeing have once again teamed up with The Dry Bag to offer members a solution to all those annoying wet kit woes; and the chance to become their next canoeing ambassador!
As outlined in the 2018 Canoe Sprint Selection policy the Canoe Sprint International Panel Statement dated 13th March 2018 is to confirm the British Canoeing junior crew boat nominations for the crew boat selection trials on the 14th/15th April 2018.