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.
A year later than planned, Great Britain's Olympic canoe slalom team are ready to take on the 2020 Olympic Games at the Kasai Canoe Slalom Centre in Tokyo, Japan.
Bethan Littlewood, who led the GB Senior Women’s Canoe Polo team to European gold in 2019, is in line for recognition after being nominated for a National Lottery Award.
So after what has been a difficult 18 months, Copeland Canoe Club, were delighted to be able to hold the 14th Ravenglass SeaQuest on Sunday 11th July. Discover more about this family friendly Lake District event!
Pete Astles has been paddling since 1979. With borrowed money from his dad and a sewing machine, Pete started Peak UK. Over a quarter of a century later, we are with Peak UK supplying not only Team GB with their Olympic kit but the majority of the other international canoeing teams too.
On the hottest day of the year so far, the Wildwater Racing community headed to Holme Pierrepont for the British Open. With World Championship and World Cup selections also on the line, there was plenty to paddle for and the action didn’t disappoint.
British Canoeing and the Bridgewater Canal Trust are pleased to announce that Stand up Paddleboarding on the canal is now permitted.
Applications are now open for our 2021/22 #ShePaddles Ambassadors! If you want to share your love of paddlesport and inspire other women and girls to participate you could be just who we are looking for.
British Canoeing is pleased to work in partnership with AdventureSmart in raising safety awareness when Stand Up Paddleboarding.
Humans have mastered much more complicated things than SUP, so, of course, you can teach yourself. But whether you can do it well depends on many factors...
British Canoeing is now part way through the development of our next strategy - Stronger Together 2022-25, and we are hosting a number of focus groups to develop a better understanding of the key themes raised by members during the survey stages of the strategy development.
Following the government’s announcement on new Covid-19 travel rules for people in England, British Canoeing are pleased to announce that from 19 July travel to amber listed countries is now permitted for non-Olympic and junior sprint/slalom teams.