Kimberley Woods took bronze in a barnstorming women’s K1 final to pick up her first individual World Championship medal.
Wildwater star Laura Milne made it through to the women’s K1 final at the second attempt on day three of the World Championships in Bratislava, which also featured the extreme slalom time trials.
The British Women’s K1 team stormed to team gold to retain their world title from 2019 on day one of the World Championships in Bratislava.
Kingston Kayak Club have claimed two titles at Canoe Polo National Championships, with over 400 paddlers representing 42 teams from across the UK competing at National Water Sports Centre.
Bethan Littlewood, who led the GB Senior Women’s Canoe Polo team to European gold in 2019, is in line for recognition after being nominated for a National Lottery Award.
On the hottest day of the year so far, the Wildwater Racing community headed to Holme Pierrepont for the British Open. With World Championship and World Cup selections also on the line, there was plenty to paddle for and the action didn’t disappoint.
Following the government’s announcement on new Covid-19 travel rules for people in England, British Canoeing are pleased to announce that from 19 July travel to amber listed countries is now permitted for non-Olympic and junior sprint/slalom teams.
Over 50 title were claimed at the British Open National Marathon Racing Individual and Team Championships, taking place at Reading Canoe Club over weekend.
The British Open National Marathon Racing Individual and Team Championships are taking place at Reading Canoe Club this weekend.
Following today’s government announcement on new Covid-19 travel rules for people in England, British Canoeing is seeking further clarification from DCMS in regards to international competition for non-Olympic disciplines and Junior Sprint/Slalom international teams.
The Wildwater Racing community were in action this weekend on the River Severn for the regional Ironbridge Classic and Sprint events.