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.
With international travel for the remainder of 2021 under new levels of scrutiny by the UK government and confusion at what can and cannot be undertaken, the Paddler has taken a look at several UK destinations that may tickle the palette of paddlesport aficionados, embracing the so-called ‘staycation’.
Triple Olympic Silver medallist David Florence finished second in the men’s C1 before Fiona Pennie took silver in the Extreme Slalom at the ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup in Prague.
Kimberley Woods and Joe Clarke claimed fourth-place finishes in the women’s and men’s K1 events respectively, on a pulsating second day of ICF World Cup action in Prague, Czech Republic.
After a return to international competition last month, the nine-strong Canoe Slalom team were all in action on day one of the ICF World Cup in Prague, Czech Republic, with the full team qualifying for the semi-finals in their respective events across the weekend.
This World Oceans Day, 8th June, we're launching a brand new initiative aimed at sea kayakers to join in the Clear Access, Clear Waters campaign.
Eight Para canoeists have today been selected as part of the ParalympicsGB team set to compete at the rescheduled Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games this summer.
This weekend saw the return of the racing community to the National Water Sports Centre in Nottingham, with over 200 athletes from 42 clubs competing at the June Sprint Regatta.
Liam Heath added more medals to his record-breaking collection, winning silver in the K1 200m on the final day of the European Canoe Sprint Championships, being held in Poznan, Poland.
The June Sprint Racing Regatta is taking place at Holme Pierrepont, Nottingham this weekend.
Last weekend saw a total of 28 paddlers and four club coaches participate in the first ever England Slalom Talent Programme Slalom School weekend at Holme Pierrepont White Water Course in Nottingham.
British Canoeing is among 19 sports as was as UK Sport, EIS, TeamGB and ParalympicsGB in launching From Home 2 The Games, an initiative searching for athletes of the future.
British Canoeing’s Head of Events and International Affairs, Gemma Wiggs, will be in the first cohort of a new UK Sport programme which is aimed at growing the number of world-leading event directors in the UK.