A once in a lifetime expedition opportunity for one young teenager has fueled the opportunity to carry out a mammoth clean-up effort along the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads this summer.
The King of the Alps 2018 saw a strong turn out of 28 paddlers representing Great Britain this year in the annual battle for the title of the King. Almost 190 paddlers entered the competition to win or to survive the brutal start of the mass marathon, a record number of participants to this extreme kayak event.
British Canoeing is delighted to announce a new trade partnership with KayakPro USA LLC - manufacturers of World Class ergometers for kayak, canoe and many other water sport modalities.
The Great Britain team have been in action at the 2018 ICF Wildwater World Championships in Muotathal, Switzerland.
Pam Philips is one of our Women's Paddling Ambassadors - chosen for her passion and enthusiasm for white water. Here she talks to us how getting into paddling in her sixties has changed her life.
On Tuesday 29th May, British Canoeing joined the Canal & River Trust following their recent re-brand, to demonstrate just one way of using the canal to keep fit and active.
Canoe Slalom athlete Adam Burgess has been named male sports personality of the year at the City of Stoke-on-Trent Sports Awards 2018.
In line with the new data protection laws that have come into effect today and because British Canoeing cares about your privacy and how your personal data is processed, we have updated our policies and created a dedicated online Privacy Centre.
Saturday 19th May 2018 was a busy day in England. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got married, the FA Cup Final took place and most importantly, the British Canoeing Women’s Paddling Ambassadors were launched!
British Canoeing has welcomed UK Sport’s announcement to improve athlete welfare following the results of a survey administered to athletes, staff and stakeholders across the UK high performance system.
British Canoeing is sad to hear the news that Ken Trollope has passed away.