Say hello to the latest addition to the British Canoeing Awarding Body eLearning library, the new Go Paddling Introduction to Paddlesport!
Ever wanted to give SUP yoga a try on your paddleboard? It's a great way to exercise, something a little different AND it's just great fun. One of our #ShePaddles ambassadors, India Pearson, is a yoga and SUP yoga teacher in Kent, and as a treat, she's put together these 5 poses for you to try when you're next on your board.
If you’re brand NEW to paddling and are looking to develop your personal paddling or safety skills, check out our recommendations for you!
British Canoeing has today launched the ‘Go Paddling this Summer’ campaign to inspire more people to join the paddlesport community and enjoy being out on the water.
Heading out on your first SUP adventure is a fantastic milestone in your personal paddling journey, but moving from the safety of being close to shore can be a challenging step. In this month's SUP Magazine, expert Paddler, Chris Brain provides his tips to help you plan an awesome adventure.
British Canoeing is pleased to announce the NEW Delivery Partner Scheme which gives you the opportunity to join a supportive scheme to help develop and grow your paddlesports activity.
Strength and conditioning is important for all paddlers and key to maintain whist you’re at home. Read our top 5 picks from the digital library.
From recreational paddlers to elite athletes, how we fuel our paddles, trips and races is important for everyone. The British Canoeing Digital Library has lots of resources focused on nutrition and hydration but here’s our top picks.
British Canoeing and the National Associations are committed to helping everyone in paddlesport accept their responsibility to safeguard children and adults at risk from harm and abuse and ensure appropriate training and education for coaches, leaders and deployers.
Life can be pretty frustrating when you’re a paddler who can’t paddle. Luckily we’re here with some top tips to keep you happy and healthy until you can get back on the water.
The Covid 19 period has forced us all to work differently and changed how we operate and communicate. Whilst clubs and their paddlers may not be able to get on the water that shouldn't stop you being a club. We spoke to Southampton Canoe Club, who told us how they are keeping their club a club during this time.