Following the government’s guidance published on 9 July regarding the permitted return of recreational team sports, British Canoeing is working with Sport England and the relevant disciplines to ensure a safe return of grassroots team-based paddlesport activities.
As it stands, it is still clear within current government guidance that events cannot take place, however British Canoeing has developed a guidance document which explores how we potentially transition back to competition and events as government restrictions hopefully continue to ease.
British Canoeing has today launched the ‘Go Paddling this Summer’ campaign to inspire more people to join the paddlesport community and enjoy being out on the water.
On this week’s Paddlecast we'll be discussing mental health and paddling with our guests kayaker and adventurer Darren Clarkson-King and Nick Ray, sea kayaking adventurer, inspirational speaker and suicide survivor.
Tonight Etienne will be discussing access, trespass and land ownership with campaigner Guy Shrubsole and author Nick Hayes
British Canoeing has achieved the highest rating of ‘very good’ from the Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) in the annual review of the organisation’s safeguarding framework.
We’ve extended the deadline for nominations to the National Honours and Awards Panel – please ensure you submit your form by Friday 19th June.
Arguably the best all-around whitewater kayaker on the planet, Dane Jackson holds multiple freestyle and whitewater titles and travels the United States and the world in his quest for the ultimate whitewater.
Further to the advice issued by British Canoeing on 12 May 2020 about a return to paddling and new guidance released by the government on 1 June, we can provide additional guidance for paddlesport centres and hire providers in England.
British Canoeing has announced today that in the interest of the safety and wellbeing of all members of our community, with regret we are extending the cancellation of all domestic competitions, events and gatherings until 31 July 2020.
Before you head out on the water it’s important to check if a waterway licence is required for that stretch of water, whether that is a lake, river or canal. As for a number of waterways it is a legal requirement.
British Canoeing is standing with Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) and calling on the UK Government to end sewage pollution in coastal and river waters as part of a new campaign to guarantee safe-seas all year round, encouraging the British public to join the charity petition.