As the Coaching Department strives to support learning and development amongst instructors, coaches, leaders and guides, we have been busy working with the Technical Groups over the past twelve months to design and create a range of resources.
After a huge public outcry in the media over the last few days and thanks to all YOUR hard work making our voice heard, the Government has now done a U-turn and agreed to strengthen the Environment Bill with its own amendment.
Britain’s top freestyle athletes were all in action across the weekend (23-24 October) as team selection for the 2022 World Championships took place at the National Water Sports Centre in Nottingham.
British Canoeing are delighted to announce Eilidh Gibson has been appointed to the ICF Athletes Committee as one of two slalom representatives.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has launched a public consultation on the use and classification of recreational and personal watercraft (PWC). British Canoeing and the National Associations are concerned that the paddling community would unintentionally be caught by the new legislation.
After a hectic few months leading up to the Paralympic Games it was certainly time for bit of RnR! We wanted a short ‘staycation’ somewhere near our beautiful coastline and we have always loved camping. So where better than to head to the beautiful Cayton Village Holiday Park near Scarborough, one of Caravan and Motorhome Club's newly refurbished sites!
Voting is now open until Sunday 31st October where you can help us decide the winner for the Above & Beyond Annual Award. The following candidates have been shortlisted.
The government has rejected the Lords amendment to the Environment Bill which included a legal duty on water companies to reduce sewage discharge from storm overflows into our rivers.
Congratulations to Paralympic and World Champions Charlotte Henshaw, Laura Sugar and Emma Wiggs who have all been nominated for the annual Sunday Times Sportswomen of the Year Awards.
This weekend is the last chance to lobby MPs to vote for urgent action to tackle pollution in our precious waterway as part of the Environment Bill. Find out how you can get involved.
Gairloch Canoe and Kayak Centre is in the northwest Highlands of Scotland amongst some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world and surrounded by amazing wildlife. The centre is owned and managed by Cory Jones who is an Endorsed Guide who decided to become a Delivery Partner earlier this year.
In Spring this year, British Canoeing along with its partners British Mountaineering, Swim England, The Ramblers and the Open Spaces Society learned of an exciting new Commission, established by the Chief Secretary to HM Treasury and tasked with significantly improving our access to the outdoors.