The recently appointed Sprint Competition Review Working Group had their first meeting on Saturday 3rd November.
British Canoeing have won two awards at the prestigious 2018 UK Coaching Awards, held in London.
British Canoeing’s World Class Programme has undertaken a comprehensive annual review and is now pleased to announce that the following athletes will be selected for the UK Sport lottery funded Canoe Sprint, Canoe Slalom and Paracanoe Programmes for 2019.
Nick Beighton was the muse for an art exhibition for the Remembrance Art Trail, created by artist Mark Humphrey.
A weekend of inspiration, workshops, canoeing & fun -the first ever Slalom Inspires weekend was a huge success, with almost 60 female paddlers from around the UK taking part.
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.
Britain’s Mallory Franklin adds a further silver medal as Great Britain team end the 2018 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships with two gold, three silver and two bronze medals across individual and team events.
Britain's Ryan Westley and Mallory Franklin added to Great Britain’s burgeoning medal haul by both winning silver medals in the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships in Rio.
Great Britain’s Fiona Pennie, Mallory Franklin and Ryan Westley all qualified for the 2018 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championship’s first individual boat finals after a thrilling Friday in Rio.
On day three of the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships in Rio six GB athletes qualified for semi finals from their first runs.