British Canoeing is pleased to share the Bell Boat Handbook, aimed at Bell Boat Helms, which gives guidance around remits, tips for preparing and paddling a Bell Boat, as well as a range of games.
Day three of the 2018 ICF Canoe Slalom Junior and Under 23 World Championships saw the juniors take to the Italian course in their individual events, with all ten athletes securing their place in this weekend’s semi-finals.
Lee Valley Regional Park Authority and British Canoeing have today launched an exciting range of commercial opportunities developed to support the growth of paddle sport.
The British Canoeing Three Lakes Challenge requires paddlers to travel the length of the three longest lakes in Wales, England and Scotland. One challenger decided that just wasn't far enough though.
Great Britain have continued their fine start to the 2018 ICF Canoe Slalom Junior and Under 23 World Championships, with nine U23 boats qualifying for Saturday’s semi-final.
Great Britain have claimed three team medals on the first day of competition at the 2018 ICF Canoe Slalom Junior and Under 23 World Championships in Ivrea, Italy.
The 2018 Pedal Paddle Pace triathlon in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support took place on 8 July at Winchester.
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.
Advice for paddlers regarding water shortage situation and Blue Green Algae.
Guest Blog from Pam Bell - active member of the British Canoeing Access Advisory Group and long time campaigner for greater access
This year’s National Go Canoeing Week was a great success, with 57,674 miles clocked up around the nation. Every mile counts and we appreciate all distances logged but for those who register top mileage there are always some great prizes up for grabs. The winners this year were treated to some great prizes from Palm Equipment and Peak UK.
During National Go Canoeing Week we run a photograph competition for all those who register miles. This year’s winner was Fiona Shipp with a picture from her expedition around the Scottish Isles of Raasay and Rona. Fiona was delighted to have won a GoPro Hero action cam and was keen to share more about her paddling story and expedition.