Olympic medallists joined over seventy guests at the official launch of Paddle Peak. The project, spearheaded Peak UK aims to promote responsible paddling and unite all water users in creating fair, shared and sustainable access to inland waterways.
Meet our women's paddle ambassadors, catch up with Claire O'Hara on her return to freestyle and more in the latest edition of Canoe Focus - OUT NOW in digital and print!
British Canoeing has today announced the extreme canoe slalom squad to compete in international events for the 2019 season, including the ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup at Lee Valley White Water Centre in June.
A selection process for Ocean Racing (surfski) has now been agreed. If you would like to be considered for selection for this years World Championships please click 'read article' for the full details.
On Saturday 11 May, Dom, along with 3 paddling colleagues are planning to ride one 22 foot stand up paddleboard (known as a Dragon) 100km - continuously from Harrold in Bedfordshire to Earith in Cambridgeshire, to raise funds for Autism Bedfordshire.
Unfortunately the weather forecast for Saturday's sprint regatta in Nottingham is poor for Saturday.
Chantelle Grundy, Access & Environment Officer at British Canoeing shares her experiences of our recent partnership with Surfers Against Sewage following another hugely successful campaign which has seen paddlers come together to protect the environment they love.
Britain’s top sprint and paracanoe athletes will be taking to the water at the National Water Sports Centre in Nottingham this weekend, with places on the British senior team at stake for the upcoming international season.
British Canoeing are excited to announce their Women’s Paddling Ambassadors for 2019. The ten ambassadors were chosen to represent paddlesport at a range of different levels and in a variety of disciplines.
Statement from the Directors of the Devizes to Westminster race
The survey showed that canoeing was the most popular of all boating activities and that the long term growth trend of canoeing remains at a four percent year on year increase with 2.1m people going paddling at least once a year, in canoes, kayaks or stand up paddleboards.