British Canoeing is delighted to announce that so far this year, 18 athletes have been recognised by SportsAid and have received a grant to support their development.
Hear from Darren Sherwood, Channel Training, who's been running the NEW SUP Paddle Surf Award.
Meet David who's one of the first to undertake the SUP Open Water Coach Award Training.
It's been a busy summer of sport for our British athletes across the board. Charlotte Henshaw and Emma Wiggs retained their World titles in the women’s KL2 and VL2 respectively, as the paracanoe team achieve seven boat quota place ahead of Tokyo2020.
The 2019 Coaching & Leadership Conference will take place on the 23rd and 24th November at Eastwood Hall, Nottinghamshire. Take a look at just some of the varied workshop options which will take place on the Sunday and book your place today.
Your latest update on all things 'Clear Access, Clear Waters' and what the team have been up to over the summer, from Places to Paddle Manager, Ben Seal .
Over the weekend British Canoeing attended a Scout event based at Gilwell Park in Londonwhere 4000 leaders and exhibitors came together.
Hear from Tom, who was interested in formalising his ability without becoming a Coach or Leader, which meant the Canoe Award was the obvious choice.
Birthday girl Kimberley Woods won a fantastic C1 silver medal in what was a narrow competition on the third and final day of the World Cup Final in Prague, Czech Republic.
There were five GB boats in World Cup Final semi finals and finals action today.
Quality paddling across the GB senior squad saw 11 boats go through to semi finals.