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).
Former two-time wildwater World Champion Hannah Brown claimed gold at the 2019 Wildwater World Cup in China over the weekend.
All affiliated clubs with a registered interest in Wild Water Racing are invited to the WWR Annual Consultative Meeting which will take place on Sunday 12th January 2020.
A Working Group (WG) was appointed by the Sprint Racing Committee (SRC) in October 2018 to review the UK sprint canoe/kayak competition structure and make recommendations to improve that structure.
Congratulations to Meridian Canoe Club who were crowned Champions at the Canoe Polo British Open played at the National Water Sport Centre, Nottingham.
A brilliant turnout for the wild water racing championships at the Holme Pierrepont Open this weekend saw paddlers from across the country take to the water for the open sprint, classic and Darlec. There was something for everyone to get involved with!
Held over two days at the regatta lake, the first national champions to be crowned over the weekend were Rupert Tideswell (Cambridge) and Hannah Toovey (Linlithgow) after winning the K1 Boys and Girls under 12 500m races.
Saturday evening saw the big names in British freestyle take to the twin wave on the white water course at the National Water Sports Centre, with everyone’s eyes on the prize… to be crowned British Freestyle Champion.