Mallory Franklin won a women's C1 gold medal in style over the weekend (25-27 October) on the newly opened Kasai Canoe Slalom Centre as the four canoe slalom Olympians competed at the Tokyo test event ahead of the 2020 Olympic Games next year.
Reigning Olympic champion Liam Heath heads the list of five canoeing athletes named today by the British Olympic Association (BOA) for Tokyo 2020, as part of the celebrations marking the 55th anniversary of the Opening Ceremony of Tokyo 1964.
The country’s top slalom athletes and international paddlers were in action over the weekend to compete for titles at the annual British Open held at Lee Valley White Water Centre.
The draft 2020 Canoe Slalom Junior, Under 23 and Senior Selection Policy is open for public consultation from today until 28 October 2019.
It was another day of high drama at the Canoe Slalom World Championships which concluded in La Seu today.
It was a roller coaster day for the six British paddlers in action at the Canoe Slalom World Championships in La Seu today.
Today the action continued with the heats of the women’s canoe single (C1) and the men’s kayak single (K1).
After a tense few weeks of waiting, the action in the individual events finally got underway today in La Seu.
Great Britain’s women got off to the best possible start at the World Championships in La Seu d’Urgell, Spain today, winning gold in the women’s K1 Team event.
An Olympic silver medallist at Sydney 2000, Paul Ratcliffe knows only too well what pressure is, when it comes to the Olympic Games.
With two rounds of 2020 Olympic selection now complete, the World Championships in Le Seu is the final opportunity to secure places on Team GB for the Games in Tokyo next year.