British Canoeing has today issued new guidelines to support the immediate return of canoe polo.
It’s one year to go until the opening day of the 2021 ICF Canoe Freestyle World Championships and to mark the occasion, British Canoeing is delighted to launch the brand new competition website.
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.
In this unprecedented season, which has seen the majority of major international events cancelled or postponed, the Board of British Canoeing has confirmed that, with the possible exceptions of one or two events which are scheduled towards the end of 2020, British Canoeing will not be entering athletes and teams into any international competitions for the remainder of the 2020 season.
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.
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 competitions, events and gatherings until at least 30 June 2020.
The European Canoe Association has confirmed further event cancellations or postponements in light of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
British Canoeing has announced that Energy Generator Hire has been appointed as an event partner for three of its major events over the next 18 months.
We are looking for volunteers to help at the Freestyle World Cup in Nottingham between 9-12 July 2020.
British Canoeing and the Wild Water Racing Committee would like to invite you to attend the WWR Development Forum, ACM and Prize Giving on Sunday 12th January.
Hannah Brown claimed her second gold medal in the space of a week as she topped the K1 women's leaderboard at the Wild Water World Cup in Liukuzhen City, China over the weekend (13-15 December).