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.
Our intended route started in Bella Coola, British Columbia, Canada and headed 90 miles out to the coastal town of Bella Bella and then travelled north to Juneau, Alaska.
Since Clear Access Clear Waters was launched in Parliament in November 2018, the Places to Paddle team have made huge strides, and 2020 has been no exception. Here are just a few highlights…
British Canoeing has been shortlisted in four categories at the prestigious Association Awards.
Throughout September and October we asked you to roll up your sleeves and get cleaning. Here's how you got on...
Today the International Canoe Federation has announced that its Board has voted on its proposed new programme for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris which it will present to the International Olympic Committee next month.
The following stand up paddle boarding safety advice is designed to help you understand which type of leash is suitable for the environment you are paddling in.
The Best Use of Lockdown Award – Sponsored by Jaffa – is in recognition of an individual or a group's outstanding contribution, commitment and time during lockdown. Voting now open until Sunday 29th November!
Canoe Sprint athlete Noah Dembele and Athlete Rep Chair Emilia McAllister Jepps presented a case study today on the work they have done within the World Class Programme, to begin breaking down barriers in conversations around diversity.
Unfortunately, the Broads Authority have identified the highly invasive aquatic plant known as Floating pennywort in a number of areas in the Norfolk Broads. This aquatic weed that grows up to 20cm a day and can clog up streams and rivers.
British Canoeing has recently received a report from the Environment Agency of an American signal crayfish on the River Coquet near Felton.
Canoe Slalom Technical Coach Craig Morris has won a prestigious award at the UK Sport PLx Conference, which shines a light on those within the High Performance system who go above and beyond to make an exceptional impact.