Over 370 athletes from 52 clubs will be on the water at Nottingham this weekend for the Open & British National Masters, Senior, Under 23 and Junior Championships Regatta.
The Canoe Sprint & Paracanoe International Panel have today released a statement to provide an update ahead of the upcoming July regatta and selection event.
This weekend saw the return of the racing community to the National Water Sports Centre in Nottingham, with over 200 athletes from 42 clubs competing at the June Sprint Regatta.
Following an exciting week of racing at the Szeged World Cup, the British Canoeing Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe International Panel has released a statement with regards to selection.
Strathclyde’s Deborah Kerr rounded off a great week for herself and the British team with a win in the B-final of the K1 500m at the ICF World Cup in Szeged, Hungary.
A fantastic fourth day of racing for Britain at the 2021 Canoe Sprint European Olympic Qualifier and World Cup 1 (Paralympic Qualifier) in Szeged, Hungary, saw the team win two gold medals, three bronze and Britain’s eighth boat quota spot for the Paralympic Games, in the men’s KL2 event.
Jack Eyers won his first ever World Cup medal after a fantastic silver medal performance in the men’s VL3 event on day 3 of the 2021 Canoe Sprint European Olympic Qualifier and World Cup 1 (Paralympic Qualifier).
Deborah Kerr stormed to victory in the women’s K1 200m final on day two of the 2021 Canoe Sprint European Olympic Qualifier and World Cup 1 (Paralympic Qualifier)
British Canoeing’s England Talent programme has today announced a new partnership with Ludum, the Athlete Management Software, Performance Analysis and Training Data Collection platform.
The Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe International Panel has released a further update ahead of the upcoming international competitions.
The International Panel for Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe has announced the athletes who will be competing in the upcoming ICF World Cups, including Olympic and Paralympic European qualifiers in May.