We are excited to announce the ten #ShePaddles Ambassadors for 2020. This year British Canoeing have teamed up with the Scottish Canoe Association (SCA) and Canoe Wales to choose ten inspirational women from the world of paddlesport.
Over the last few years stand up paddle boarder and all round positive role model Jo Moseley has been on a mission. A self proclaimed joy encourager, midlife adventurer and beach cleaner, Jo has spent the last few years taking on several adventures and raising money for various charities close to her heart.
Can you make a real difference to women and girls in paddlesport? British Canoeing are excited to be using their diversity funding from Sport England to support 100 #ShePaddles Club Champions in England.
Applications are now open for our 2020 #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 are excited to have secured funding for a new #ShePaddles Club Champion programme.
Canoe Slalom athlete Eilidh Gibson has been announced as one of 40 participants to take part in a unique campaign let by women’s sports charity, the Women’s Sport Trust.
Adventure paddler and environmental campaigner Addi Mann has become the latest paddler to be awarded the Community Champion award in partnership with Peak UK.
International Slalom paddler Eilidh Gibson has won the Social Impact Award at the UK Sport PLx Conference in Manchester for her Slalom Inspires programme.
We asked our fantastic Women's Paddling Ambassadors what keeps them out on the water during the winter months.
Women’s Paddling Ambassadors, a hashtag, clothing, a Facebook group just for female paddlers...what’s that all about then? If paddlesport is for everyone, then why are British Canoeing making such a fuss about women?
Last week we told you about the new Desmond Family Canoe Trail which officially launches at the end of August. To celebrate the trail launch, women's paddling ambassador Skye De Wilde took on the trail in two different ways...
As first meet ups go this one was pretty special. Seven of the British Canoeing Women's Paddling Ambassadors met for the first time at the Canoe Slalom World Cup this weekend and proved just what great paddling representatives they are.