With just 200 days to go until the Paris 2024 Olympic Games get underway, British Canoeing has today launched its Paddle to Paris Campaign.
British Canoeing Awarding Body (BCAB) is opening up applications to join the BCAB Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) Technical Group.
The Advanced White Water Safety course is designed to support kayakers and canoeists on grade 3 and 4 white water rivers. The two day course will cover casualty management, moving around steep environments, dealing with stuck craft and paddlers, in complex environments.
Julie Gray, founder of Adventure Activities for All Abilities, has been awarded an MBE in the King's New Year's Honour's list.
2023 has been a very exciting season for British Wild Water Racing, with lots of international successes and continued development of the sport domestically.
It is my privilege on behalf of all at British Canoeing to express our sincere thanks to all our members, clubs, athletes, coaches, paddlers, sponsors and stakeholders for your support in a very full and very successful 2023.
Tokyo Olympian and Canoe Sprint athlete Deborah Kerr has been collecting food and clothes again this festive season to donate essentials to homeless charity the Friary in West Bridgford, Nottingham.
Earlier this month, British Canoeing held the second paracanoe programme education day at the National Water Sports Centre in Nottingham, following on from a successful introduction in February.
The British Canoeing offices will be closed from 3pm on 22 December until 9am on 2 January.
Congratulations to Joe Clarke MBE who has been shortlisted for the 2023 British Elite Athlete Association’s Athlete of the Year.
The International Panels for Canoe Slalom, Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe have released selection policies ahead of 2024, with the junior & U23 canoe sprint selection policy also out for consultation.