Charlotte Henshaw has been shortlisted for 2019 Disability Sportswoman of the Year as an outstanding performer in a disability sport.
The draft 2020 paracanoe selection policy is open for public consultation. The consultation opens today, 7 October 2019, until 28 October 2019.
Members of Great Britain’s sprint and paracanoe teams enjoyed success over the last weekend (12-15 September) on the newly opened Sea Forest Waterway venue to compete at the test event in Tokyo ahead of the 2020 Games next year.
The International Canoe Federation has confirmed that Great Britain has qualified seven quota places for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games following the ICF World Championships in Szeged, Hungary last week.
Reigning Olympic Champion Liam Heath MBE is K1M 200m World Champion once again, winning gold at the ICF Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe World Championships in Szeged, Hungary.
Charlotte Henshaw is double world champion winning gold on the third day of competition at the ICF paracanoe and canoe sprint world championships in Szeged, Hungary.
Reigning World Champion Emma Wiggs defended her VL2 200m title in a new world record on the second day of the ICF World Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe Championships in Szeged, Hungary.
Charlotte Henshaw won the first gold medal in a world record time for Great Britain on the opening day of the 2019 ICF Paracanoe and Canoe Sprint World Championships in Szeged, Hungary.
Speaking in her new column for Agility Magazine, Emma recalls the devastation and doubts caused by the injury, and charts her comeback ahead of this year’s World Championships in Hungary.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has announced that Paracanoe will be amongst a further five sports that will be broadcast live from the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, bringing the total number to a record 21 disciplines from 19 sports.
The team for the Paracanoe World Championships has been announced with genuine contenders in all nine Paralympic events.