Paddle in the Park 2019 took place over the weekend of 1-2 June as part of the annual Go Paddling Week orchestrated by British Canoeing, at the National Water Sports Centre, Nottingham.
Hear from Penelope, who shares her thoughts on the NEW Personal Performance Awards.
On the 1st and 2nd of June, Paddle in the Park, British Canoeing’s annual paddlesport festival returns to the National Water Sports Centre in Nottinghamshire as part of Go Paddling Week 2019, the biggest paddling event in the UK!
With less than two weeks to go until Go Paddling Week grabs its sun hat and comes out to play, we have some exciting prizes to announce!
Go Paddling Week is a great opportunity for Clubs and Centres to gain new members. Here are three top tips for clubs and centres to help you make the most of Go Paddling Week.
British Canoeing are excited to announce their Women’s Paddling Ambassadors for 2019. The ten ambassadors were chosen to represent paddlesport at a range of different levels and in a variety of disciplines.
Olympic Champion Liam Heath MBE visited a group of sporting youngsters last week, to talk to them about his canoeing career.
Applications are now open to become a 2019 British Canoeing Women's Paddling Ambassador. If you're passionate about paddling, enjoy sharing your experiences and want to inspire more women into paddlesport we want to hear from you.
The new Go Paddling website is here! Earlier this year, you might have seen this article which set out our plans to rebrand Go Canoeing as Go Paddling. Well the day is finally here and the brand new sparkly Go Paddling website is here.
From now on Go Canoeing will become Go Paddling and we have an exciting host of changes, including a brand new website which will launch soon!
On Wednesday 21st November, in honour of This Girl Can Week, Exeter University Canoe Club (EUCC) had a fab afternoon hosting a Ladies Canoe Polo tournament down at Exeter Quay for all the amazing ladies in EUCC.