14 September sees one year to go until the 2021 Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe World Championships, scheduled to be held in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The discussion around mental health is continuing to become ever more prominent, especially within elite sport. Paracanoe World silver medallist Laura Sugar shares some of the work which is being done by staff and athletes in the World Class Performance Programme in this area.
Congratulations to paracanoe athlete Hope Gordon who has been announced as the winner of the Young Scot Sport Award for 2020.
The revised schedule has now been confirmed for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games next year, also confirming the date fans can expect to see the Paracanoe team in action next summer.
British Canoeing has marked one year to go until the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games by launching by launching its Paddle to Tokyo Campaign and new Tokyo hub.
Some of British Canoeing’s elite athletes have started their return to high performance training centres for the first time since lockdown in March.
The European Canoe Association has confirmed further event cancellations or postponements in light of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
In order to protect the health and well-being of everyone involved in our events, British Canoeing has today confirmed the cancellation of the Sprint selection event planned for 28/29 March and the Paracanoe selection event planned for the 25/26 April 2020.
As per the selection policy the names of the athletes who have achieved the necessary qualification time for the upcoming season, have now been published.
Tim Lodge, Chair of the Athletes’ Commission for the ICF, has been appointed to the IOC’s Athletes’ Declaration Steering Committee.
The Canoe Sprint and Canoe Slalom International Panels have published their respective 2020 U23 and Senior Selection Policies and supporting statements.