British Canoeing are delighted to announce Eilidh Gibson has been appointed to the ICF Athletes Committee as one of two slalom representatives.
Canoe Slalom legend Fiona Pennie has retired from international racing after nearly 30 years in the sport.
Joe Clarke stormed to the Men’s Extreme Slalom world title and Mallory Franklin surged to silver in the Women’s C1 on a successful final day of action at the World Championships in Bratislava.
Kimberley Woods took bronze in a barnstorming women’s K1 final to pick up her first individual World Championship medal.
Wildwater star Laura Milne made it through to the women’s K1 final at the second attempt on day three of the World Championships in Bratislava, which also featured the extreme slalom time trials.
Despite a less than ideal run into the competition, Kimberley Woods was the fastest C1 qualifier today as the GB team progress 11 out of 12 boats through to the semi-finals after an intense day of racing at the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships.
The 2021 ICF Canoe Slalom and Wild Water World Championships get underway tomorrow for five days of white water action, as the two teams head to Bratislava, Slovakia all looking to bring home that World Championship title.
The World Class Programme has released a statement with key updates to the 2022 qualification policy as we approach the end of the 2021 International and domestic season.
David Florence vowed to bounce back stronger and haul himself on to the World Championship podium after a tough day for the British boats at the ICF World Cup Final in Pau.
Joe Clarke claimed his first World Cup medal of the season while five British boats made it through to the Extreme Slalom heats on an action-packed day in Pau.
A British team containing a mixture of youth and experience enjoyed an impressive opening day at the 2021 ICF World Cup Final in Pau, with nine of the 12-strong squad booking their places in the semi-finals.