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.
The British Women’s K1 team stormed to team gold to retain their world title from 2019 on day one of the World Championships in Bratislava.
Members of the award-winning Kingston Kayak Club spent the weekend cleaning out boat loads of rubbish from their local waterway in partnership with Groundworks, Environment Agency and other local volunteers.
British Canoeing is working in partnership with multiple organisations and clubs to tackle the spread of Floating Pennywort in the Thames and its tributaries.
The 2021 ICF Canoe Slalom and Wild Water World Championships get underway tomorrow for five days of white water action, as the two teams head to Bratislava, Slovakia all looking to bring home that World Championship title.
On 1 August 2019, British Canoeing launched the Stand Up Paddleboard White Water Coach Award. In a series of interviews, Emma Love grabbed some zoom time with eight of the extraordinary women to have qualified or en route to qualifying.
The World Class Programme has released a statement with key updates to the 2022 qualification policy as we approach the end of the 2021 International and domestic season.
SportsAid Week is a fundraising drive designed to support the country’s brightest sporting prospects as they strive to represent Team GB and ParalympicsGB at future Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Lizzie Broughton finished the 2021 ICF Sprint and Paracanoe World Championships with a flourish as she added a hard-fought bronze to the silver she won on Saturday.
Great Britain won six medals on a fabulous third day of the ICF Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe World Championships in Copenhagen.
Jack Eyers and Stuart Wood produced the second British 1-2 in as many days as they brought home gold and silver in the men’s VL3.
Following the announcement that the England Canoe Slalom Talent Programme has partnered with the University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University last month, the tendering process has now concluded with two coaches contracted to the roles.
Charlotte Henshaw and Hope Gordon stormed to a British 1-2 in the women’s VL3 final to claim Great Britain’s first medals of the ICF Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe World Championships in Copenhagen.