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.
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.
The Wildwater Racing community were in action this weekend on the River Severn for the regional Ironbridge Classic and Sprint events.
The Wildwater Racing Committee are please to announce the selected teams to attend the Junior and U23 European Championships 4th-7th November 2020, Solkan, Slovenia.
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.
The European Canoe Association has confirmed further event cancellations or postponements in light of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
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.