British Canoeing is saddened to hear of the passing of long time International Canoe Federation board member and passionate canoe sports advocate, Joao Tomasini Schwertner, who died on Sunday in Brazil.
Following the latest announcements by the government in relation to a third national lockdown, British Canoeing has now closed its office this week with staff working at home. All of our staff and departments are fully equipped to respond to enquiries via telephone and email.
Following the recent Coronavirus (Covid-19) government announcement regarding new guidance for the national lockdown in England, British Canoeing has received confirmation that paddling for exercise on the waterways is permitted.
The government has issued new guidance for the national lockdown in England, which comes into force on Tuesday 5 January.
Three paddlers have been recognised in the annual Queen’s New Year Honours list.
The British Canoeing offices (and home working offices) will be closed from 5pm Wednesday 23rd December until 9am Monday 4th January.
The Chair of British Canoeing, Professor John Coyne CBE, comments on 2020 being an extraordinary and challenging year.
British Canoeing is currently seeking nominations for the role of President.
British Canoeing has updated guidelines to support the resumption of canoe polo.
The British Canoeing Awarding Body Coach Self-Analysis Tool and Digital Library has won the Best eLearning/Online Education category at the prestigious Association Awards 2020.
British Canoeing is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Caravan and Motorhome Club as it’s Official Accommodation Partner.