14 September sees one year to go until the 2021 Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe World Championships, scheduled to be held in Copenhagen, Denmark.
British Canoeing has marked one year to go until the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games by launching by launching its Paddle to Tokyo Campaign and new Tokyo hub.
Some of British Canoeing’s elite athletes have started their return to high performance training centres for the first time since lockdown in March.
The British Olympic Association (BOA) and British Canoeing have today confirmed that the five canoeing athletes already nominated for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will remain as selected to represent Team GB at the rescheduled Tokyo Olympic Games in July- August 2021.
The European Canoe Association has confirmed further event cancellations or postponements in light of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Olympic hopeful Doctor Chloe Bracewell has opted to return to the NHS as a call taker on the 111 service following the escalation of the Coronavirus pandemic.
In order to protect the health and well-being of everyone involved in our events, British Canoeing has today confirmed the cancellation of the Sprint selection event planned for 28/29 March and the Paracanoe selection event planned for the 25/26 April 2020.
Supporting the recently launched athlete development framework, the What It Takes To Progress (WITTP) model, James Train, our Senior Women’s Canoe Technical Coach, takes us through the Canoe Technical model and looks at the 3 B’s in Canoe (Boat, Body and Blade).
Two-time Olympian Angela Hannah has announced her retirement from competitive racing after a fantastic career in Canoe Sprint.
The England Talent Canoe Sprint Programme is proud to launch our athlete development framework, our What It Takes To Progress (WITTP) model.
The British Canoeing Canoe Sprint Home Nation Group is pleased to publish the National Crew Boat Process for 2020.