With regards to paddlesport activity, British Canoeing has issued guidance in the following statement.
The European Canoe Association has confirmed further event cancellations or postponements in light of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
In response to the current Stay at Home measures issued by the government on 23 March, to address the Coronavirus pandemic, British Canoeing has issued a further update on events and gatherings, following the statement issued on Monday 16 March.
British Rafting has today confirmed the latest position on the selection of Great Britain rafting teams for the IRF 2020 race calendar.
In light of the current situation with Covid 19, British Canoeing have taken the decision to cancel Go Paddling Week 2020 and focus on supporting paddlers, organisations and coaches during this period
Sport England has confirmed up to £195m of funding available to help the community sport and physical activity sector through the ongoing Coronavirus Covid-19 crisis.
The impact of the Coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic is being felt in many aspects of our lives.
In response to the recent decisions to cancel upcoming selection races for the 2020 International season, the international panels for Canoe Sprint, Canoe Slalom and Paracanoe feel that it is important to acknowledge the uncertainty that this creates.
Following the latest measures announced by government yesterday to address the coronavirus pandemic, British Canoeing has issued the following statement.
British Canoeing has today welcomed the news of the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Due to further government guidelines on Coronavirus, from today (Monday 23 March 2020) British Canoeing is taking a further precaution and ceasing training at our High Performance Centres.
Following the recent announcements by the government last week in relation to the developing Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic and the importance of social distancing, British Canoeing is now fully operating with all staff working at home for an indefinite period.