The England Talent Canoe Sprint Programme is proud to launch our athlete development framework, our What It Takes To Progress (WITTP) model.
Free to attend for British Canoeing members, the Conference is designed to help clubs learn more about a variety of different topics, including club marketing, recruiting volunteers, and safeguarding, as well as how clubs can tie into national campaigns and initiatives, such as Clear Access, Clear Waters and the delivery of personal performance awards.
As Stafford & Stone's Adam Burgess gears up for Tokyo 2020 where he will compete in the in the men's canoe slalom, his home club have decided to celebrate his achievement by involving all paddlers at S&SCC in an exciting challenge.
Tim Lodge, Chair of the Athletes’ Commission for the ICF, has been appointed to the IOC’s Athletes’ Declaration Steering Committee.
British Canoeing and the Places to Paddle team have been working hard over the last 12 months to get paddlers voices heard…so how did the Clear Access, Clear Waters campaign fair?
Congratulations to Brian Gandy who has been presented with an Outstanding Achievement Award for his tireless work within the marathon community and within his local club, Basingstoke Canal Canoe Club.
Stafford and Stone Canoe Club hosted the stars of Blue Peter in a Canoe Slalom special shown last night on CBBC.
International Slalom paddler Eilidh Gibson has won the Social Impact Award at the UK Sport PLx Conference in Manchester for her Slalom Inspires programme.
British Canoeing has appointed VOW Nutrition as official nutrition partner.
40th Annual General Meeting, Saturday 14th March 2020 at 10am. The be held at Eastwood Hall, Mansfield Road, Eastwood, Nottingham NG16 3SS.
British Canoeing is delighted to announce that it is teaming up with dryrobe who will be supporting our performance athletes as well as offering discounts and unique benefits to our members.
Wild Water Racing, Marathon and Sprint paddler, competitor and volunteer Nicky Cresser was presented with the Outstanding Contribution recently by David Wakeling, British Canoeing Board Member, for his continuing voluntary work supporting the needs of paddlers in the racing disciplines of the sport.