British Canoeing is dedicated to supporting the most talented athletes in the Olympic disciplines of Canoe Slalom, Canoe Sprint Racing and Paracanoe to win medals at the highest level. Here is everything you want to know about the athletes, coaches and staff working towards Olympic success.
Rio 2016 was our most successful Olympic Games winning 2 Gold and 2 Silver medals across the Slalom and Sprint disciplines. It was also the first time that Paracanoe had been included in the Paralympic Games and we achieved a fantastic 5 medals (3 Gold and 2 Bronze) from the 6 events available. As we go into the Tokyo cycle we aim to improve on these performances for the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Olympic & Paralympic News
Gold and bronze for British Canoeing athletes at the Australian Open
British Canoeing athletes picked up two medals at the Australian Open this weekend, with David Florence scooping the gold in the hotly contested C1M, and Joe Clarke taking the bronze in the K1M.
McKeever crosses the finish line completing a golden paddling career
Ed McKeever MBE, the fastest man on water at the London 2012 Olympic Games announced his retirement from the sport of canoe sprint today, after an impressive career spanning a 17 year period that saw him regularly on the podium at World and European Championships and in the World Cup Series.
British Canoeing Paralympic Programme - Assessment Day
The British Canoeing Paralympic Programme will be holding an assessment day on Saturday 4th March 2017, at the National Water Sports Centre, Nottingham.
Would you like to work for British Canoeing?
British Canoeing are currently advertising for several vacancies within the coaching and performance departments.