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.
Nick Beighton was the muse for an art exhibition for the Remembrance Art Trail, created by artist Mark Humphrey.
British Canoeing will be represented by five nominations across four categories at the prestigious 2018 UK Coaching Awards, being held in London next month.
Make sure you head down to the Holme Pierrepoint Open on the 1 & 2 of September for an action packed weekend full of different disciplines competing.
The eagerly awaited battle of the Brits reached a climax today at the Paracanoe World Championships in Portugal, with Emma Wiggs and Charlotte Henshaw giving a masterclass in the women’s K1 200m KL2.
Great Britain’s paracanoe athletes got straight down to business with eight out of 10 boats qualifying for A finals, before the day finished in style with a brilliant bronze for Charlotte Henshaw.
British Canoeing has named the 11-strong squad who will represent Great Britain at the Paracanoe World Championships next month.
The best of the British canoe sprint community were in fine form today for the Inter-Club MacGregor Challenge Open & National Regatta at the National Water Sports Centre.