Great Britain got their 2017 Canoe Slalom World Championship campaign off to an exciting start, claiming gold and silver in the women’s and men’s C1 team events.
The canoe slalom World Championships get underway in Pau today with team races.
Mallory Franklin is aiming for finals in both the C1 and K1 category, as the senior slalom squad head to the World Championships in Pau.
Join us this weekend (16-17 September) at Lee Valley White Water Centre for a weekend packed full of high adrenaline racing to find out who will be crowned the canoe slalom British Champion.
British Canoeing has today announced that Canoe Sprint Performance Manager Heather Williams is to leave the organisation, as a result of a restructure to the Canoe Sprint programme.
Ryan Westley came fifth in the men’s C1 final posting his best result of the season so far.
It was a day of close shaves for the GB canoe slalom team, as seven boats graced the semi final start line at the ICF World Cup Final in Spain.
13 proved to be Great Britain’s lucky number today as all boats progressed through to semi finals.
On the final day of racing in Ivrea, GB had four boats in semi finals.
Great Britain’s Zak Franklin and Jasmine Royle both finished sixth in their respective races on the first day of finals at World Cup 4 in Ivrea, Italy today.
Great Britain qualify nine boats for semi finals at Slalom World Cup 4 in Ivrea.