The team for the Paracanoe World Championships has been announced with genuine contenders in all nine Paralympic events.
Rob Oliver delivered his first ever World Cup medal as he secured silver in the men’s KL3 event on day 3 of the ICF Sprint and Paracanoe World Cup 1 in Poznan, Poland.
2016 Paralympic Champion Emma Wiggs brought home a gold and silver medal on day 2 of ICF Sprint and Paracanoe World Cup in Poznan, Poland; whilst Charlotte Henshaw triumphed with a gold in the KL2W.
Liam Heath is back in the K1 as the international Canoe Sprint season kicks off with the paracanoe team back on the water after an impressive campaign at the European Championships.
Course records tumbled at the National Water Sports Centre in Nottingham, as the 12 strong paracanoe squad was selected to compete for Great Britain at the Paracanoe European Championships and World Cup in Poznan, Poland next month.
The policy presents the performance standards for 2019 for athletes to be considered for qualiﬁcation to the British Canoeing World Class Programme from 1 Jan 2020.
British Canoeing is pleased to announce the successful appointment of two new independent International Panel members, Hayleigh Mason and Jim McConnachie.
For any aspiring paracanoe racers, there will be a national classification on the afternoon on Friday 29th March, ahead of the first regatta.
In line with the 2019 Paracanoe Selection Policy, all paracanoe athletes who would like to put themselves in contention for international selection for the season must achieve the relevant qualification time. Athletes who have yet to achieve the this have a final opportunity at the March regatta to do so.
The international selection policies for the upcoming season for Canoe Slalom, Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe are now live!
Earlier this year British Canoeing formally agreed a partnership with the Japanese Canoe Federation to confirm the pre-games training venue for canoe sprint and paracanoe.