This Black History Month, we caught up with Layla Al-Riyami, a freestyle kayaker who has represented Britain at two World Championships.
The theme for this year’s National Inclusion Week is ‘Take Action, Make Impact’, so we’re taking a closer look at social impact projects supported by the Canoe Slalom World Championships.
We're delighted to announce that the Inclusion Advisory Group welcomed four new members in September. Georgie, Amanda, Andy and Clare bring a wealth of expertise and insights, both from within and outside sport.
Rebecca has dyspraxia, which affects physical co-ordination, but it is not stopping her in her aim of becoming a paddlesport instructor.
British Canoeing is offering club members the opportunity to attend a series of free webinars developed specifically for Paddlesports, to discuss and improve their knowledge of equality, diversity and inclusion topics.
British Canoeing held a paracanoe programme education day to give people the opportunity to experience what goes into the sport.
We want to hear your paddling stories! To support our ongoing commitment to improving the diversity and representation of our imagery, stories and sport, we are introducing a new initiative across our media channels - the Paddler Spotlight.
Will Behenna has been modifying paddleboards to make them more inclusive for disabled people.
As part of our commitment to becoming more inclusive and representative, our 2022 Inclusion Survey is now open. This survey will help us to understand, monitor and improve diversity within our sport and our organisation as a whole.
In paddling circles, Tony Greyson-Newman is known as “The Jamaican Kayaksman”, as he made history as the first person to represent Jamaica internationally in sprint kayaking. Tony had been active in a number of sports, including swimming and martial arts, but took up sprint kayaking in his forties. We caught up with Tony for his reflections.
We caught up with 2021 #ShePaddles Ambassador Gemma Palmer-Dighton this Black History Month. Gemma is proud to be a role model for people from a global majority background who might not have considered taking up paddleboarding as a sport.