Following a great weekend of racing at the National Sprint Regatta, the Canoe Sprint International Panel has announced the team which will compete at the ICF Junior and U23 Canoe Sprint World Championships & the Olympic Hopes Regatta.
Britain got off to a medal winning start at the junior and U23 slalom World Championships, winning two bronze on the opening day of competition in the teams finals.
Britain’s top junior and U23 canoe slalom athletes are gearing up to face top international paddlers from around the world, as they kick-start their season with the 2022 ICF junior and U23 World Championships in Ivrea, Italy.
Mallory Franklin and Kimberley Woods ensured British Canoeing finished the ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup 3 in Ljubljana-Tacen on a high as they both won gold on the final day of competition.
Philip Miles (Royal Leamington Spa), Emma Russell (Chelmsford) and Kristina Armstrong of Linlithgow led the charge in their respective A finals to conclude an excellent weekend of racing at the Junior and U23 European Canoe Sprint Championships in Belgrade.
Olympian Mallory Franklin stormed to silver on day two of the ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup in Ljubljana-Tacan.
Philip Miles and Kristina Armstrong tactically battled their way to success on day three of the Junior and U23 European Canoe Sprint Championships in Belgrade.
It was a strong outing from the British team on the first day of competition at the ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup 3 in Tacen.
Emma Russell and Philip Miles stole the headlines for British Canoeing on an action-packed day two of the Junior and U23 European Canoe Sprint Championships in Belgrade.
Philip Miles led the British charge on day one of the Junior and U23 European Canoe Sprint Championships in Belgrade.
Paralympic champion Laura Sugar has received her MBE for services to canoeing.