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.
Jez has been wanting to give something back to paddlesports and looking to encourage more people to share the great experiences and adventures that he has enjoyed, so decided to become a Paddlesport Instructor.
British Canoeing has launched a brand new podcast, Clear Access, Clear Waters – The Paddlers Podcast hosted by Olympic champion Etienne Stott MBE.
Since Brian first stepped into a tiny aluminium canoe on Worthing boating lake in the 1950s, he has been hooked with life on the water and in the years since, has built an impressive resume of Kayaking achievements.
Hear from Fiona who has been grabbing every opportunity to get on the water since completing her Paddle Explore Award.
Wim Brunsting of Cambridge Canoe Club was nominated by David Savage, the RWA for the East for his tireless work in reducing the impact of Invasive Non-Native Species on the River Cam and raising awareness of this around the club.
Written by Andrew Wedgbury, an angler and outdoor enthusiast discusses his take on the wonderful outdoors and the historical conflict.
Charlotte Henshaw has been shortlisted for 2019 Disability Sportswoman of the Year as an outstanding performer in a disability sport.
As part of the 4-year British Canoeing ‘Stronger Together’ Strategic Plan, Coaching and Qualifications are now at a stage that the Performance Coach has been reviewed and is now in the development phase and we are ready to start recruiting Providers.
We recently had a great evening in Plymouth working with 45 of the regions Coaches and Leaders.
Normally the word paddling or canoeing conjures up images of weeping willow trees, thick green banks and kingfishers flirting overhead. But that's simply not the case. Cities and urban environments have an awful lot to offer paddlers looking for a different kind of adventure.
Four athletes took to the waters in Shaoxing, China as the 2019 ICF Canoe Marathon World Championships got underway overnight.