2023 World Champion Hope Gordon is up for Scottish Women in Sport's Para Athlete of the Year award after another impressive year in the sport.
Junior World Champion Greta Roeser has been shortlisted for SportsAid’s 2023 One-to-Award after a fantastic international season in both canoe sprint and canoe marathon.
British Canoeing is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Alistair Wilson, a former sprint athlete who competed for Great Britain at the Olympics in 1964 and 1968.
The ICF last week published the provisional 'Upper Limb Illustrated Guide to Classification' document, which is to be used at national level to expand national paracanoe activities to include upper limb impairments.
British Canoeing has signed a record new long-term teamwear deal with hummel to remain as the Official Teamwear Partner to all forms of paddlesport. The five-year deal is a renewal of a partnership that builds on three years of previous success.
British Canoeing is pleased to announce the programme nominations for canoe slalom and kayak cross ahead of the 2024 season.
The results are in! An independent panel have shortlisted finalists for our Annual Awards. Voting is now open! Cast your votes by 10 December.
Marie Buchanan won her second World title of the week at the 2023 ICF SUP World Champs, winning gold in the masters 50+ technical final.
Marie Buchanan won an impressive gold medal on day three of the 2023 ICF SUP World Championships in Pattaya, Thailand, as she stormed to the Long distance Master 50+ Women World title in emphatic fashion.
Over 80 delegates have attended the first British Canoeing Safety Conference, held in Meriden, Warwickshire, to explore the latest developments and research in stand-up-paddleboarding.
The 2023 ICF SUP World Championships is currently taking place in Pattaya, Thailand, with a huge number of participants competing across the five days of competition between 15-19 November.
Olympic medallists Joe Clarke MBE and Mallory Franklin, alongside 2023 World Champion Kimberley Woods and Tokyo 2020 Olympian Adam Burgess, are the first canoeing athletes selected by the British Olympic Association (BOA) for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.