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.
The recently appointed Sprint Competition Review Working Group had their first meeting on Saturday 3rd November.
British Canoeing will be represented by five nominations across four categories at the prestigious 2018 UK Coaching Awards, being held in London next month.
The Canoe Sprint International Panel has released the draft 2019 selection policies and invites constructive feedback on the proposed drafts.
The Sprint Racing Committee 2018 ACM will take place at Wey Kayak Club, it will take place at the Guildford Waterside Centre, Riverside, Guildford GU1 1LW on Saturday 13 October.
British Canoeing are delighted to announce that so far 19 athletes have been recognised by SportsAid and have received a grant to support their development.
Having started back in 1959 as an inter-club event, the illustrious Liffey Descent kayaking race now attracts paddlers from many parts of the world and is a major event on the international calendar.
Great Britain's K4 500m crew boat win the bronze medal at the Olympic Hopes Regatta in Poznan, Poland.
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 final day of canoe sprint action at the 2018 World Championships saw Richmond’s Lizzie Brought add an awesome K1 5000m gold to her K1 1000m silver medal from Friday, to go home a World Champion.