Details of LBCC’s Remembrance Day marathon, in aid of the Royal British Legion, can be found here:
The National Schools Kayak Championships 2017 takes place on 19th November at Wokingham (aka Dreadnought Reach for DW fans)
Combining an innovative mix of K2 sprint time trials and knockout competitions with a marathon, this event is organised by the DW Committee and designed to broaden its success in promoting kayak racing in schools.
Details can be found here
Glasgow KC’s team of U12 paddlers managed to hold onto their commanding series lead with another strong performance at the Hasler Finals, to take the 2017 Geoff Sanders Trophy with a massive 1,010 points.
Banbury were second with 902, and Norwich third with 616.
Results can de downloaded here:
By Siobhan Urquhart, Banbury CC
Last Sunday, 24th October, saw the culmination of the inter-club marathon race season, with Chelmsford winning the Hasler Final for the third consecutive year, ahead of second-placed Royal Canoe Club – in their first final in 40 years – with event hosts, Richmond, third.
Please note that on the 28 August 2017 all paddlers that have not raced since 2012 and 2013 will be removed from the ranking list and archived. If you have any objection to this please ask your team leader to contact the Race Records Officer.
Clubs interested in hosting the National Championships in future years are invited to come and talk to Dan Seaford this weekend
Richmond CC will host the 2017 Hasler Final on 24th September.
Further details will be announced on this site and at richmondcanoe.club
Banbury CC are confirmed as the winners of the Geoff Sanders Trophy for 2015-16, with Glasgow CC second and Norwich CC 3rd.
Norwich achieved their 3rd place with a team of only nine, averaging 7 finishes and 72 points each over the season. Southampton CC’s team of 8 averaged a huge 10.75 finishes each.