As the Coaching Department strives to support learning and development amongst instructors, coaches, leaders and guides, we have been busy working with the Technical Groups over the past twelve months to design and create a range of resources.
James Castle, Pottery Instructor and keen kayaker who works for Aspens’ charity, has kayaked the entire length of the River Thames to raise money for a more accessible home for the charity’s donkeys.
In response to a number of queries around the Sprint Racing Committee’s online Annual Consultative Meeting (ACM) processes, we have summarised key aspects to help clarify and allay any concerns. British Canoeing staff have been advising and supporting throughout the planning phases.
The draft Canoe Slalom Junior, Under 23 and Senior 2021 Selection Policy is now open for public consultation from today until midday on 28 October 2020.
British Canoeing is pleased to announce a new partnership with Igloo Energy as Official Energy Partner.
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As part of Parents in Sport Week 2020, the NSPCC and O2 are offering free 30 minute webinars for groups of parents, grandparents and carers, making it easy for you to keep your family safe online.
Adhering to local and national guidance, small teams of over 40 club members in total from Lincoln Canoe Club and The Lincoln Rowing Centre spent Sunday (4th October) removing litter from Lincolnshire waterways as part of the national Surfers Against Sewage Summit to Sea campaign which is partnered with British Canoeing.
British Canoeing are pleased to add their support to Parents in Sport Week 2020, which takes place from the 5th – 11th October.
Whoosh Explore Canoe Club held their second 'Environment Invitation Care Day' of the year on 22nd September 2020, involving one days paddling on the River Stort for eight club members and ten guests.
We are pleased to introduce the NEW Safeguarding refresher eLearning, as well as provide a further extension to the First Aid Extension eLearning. Now that people are getting back on the water, it's a great time to start your Personal Performance Awards eLearning or nominate your hero for the British Canoeing 2020 Virtual Awards.
Work to repair the river bank at the British Canoeing owned piece of land on the River Dart has been completed thanks to our fantastic volunteers.
If you’re planning to head to Wales to go paddling any time soon, please be aware that many parts of Wales are currently subject to a local lockdown with travel restrictions in place. You can find up-to-date information and guidance on paddling in Wales from Canoe Wales.