Draft minutes of 25th August meeting of the MRC can be found below. Minutes are considered as Draft until approved by the following meeting.
The ICF marathon committee trains technical officials (ITOs) for international marathon events. If you are interested in volunteering and getting trained as an ITO, please email James Smythe to discuss. The deadline for applying for 2019 events is 1st December 2018.
ITO duties can involve anything to do with the implementation of rules at World and European Championships and World Cups. This may be helping with marshalling, portages or judging. Accommodation expenses are paid by the ICF, and a contribution to costs paid by the MRC.
British Canoeing are delighted to be running a Racing Skills Day on Saturday 27 October 2018 at the National Water Sports Centre, Holme Pierrepont, Nottingham covering the theme of Strength & Conditioning for athletes (P.N. This day is all land and gym based so no boats are required).
To register an interest in this day please use the online registration form Continue reading “Racing Skills – Strength & Conditioning day 27th October, HPP”
The Marathon Racing Committee would like to reassure the marathon racing community that next Sunday’s Hasler Final and upcoming races will take place as planned, following the withdrawal of the Hasler Race Management (HRM) system. Continue reading “The Hasler Series and the HRM”
Over the weekend of 15/16 September a team of 12 juniors and 4 staff travelled down to Libourne to compete in the French National Championships. Continue reading “Report: French National Championships, Libourne 2018”
This autumn we are recruiting for the first wave of paddlers to join the British Canoeing Future Leaders programme – we want you to be part of this pioneering group. Continue reading “British Canoeing Future Leaders programme”
The new timetable for the Marathon Worlds grouped all the senior races together on the weekend, after the completion of junior and U23 races. In Portugal, this created more of an opportunity to showcase the big K1 titles, especially local hero Jose Ramalho’s attempt to finally win a world title after years of dominating at European but not World level.
The 2018 Marathon World Championships are being held in Prado, Portugal, third in the series of major events to be held in the country this summer after the Sprint Worlds and Ocean Racing World Cup.
After two days of competition in Junior and U23 races, GB had claimed three medals… Continue reading “Three medals for GB to open 2018 World Champs (long read!)”
The draft minutes of the 2018 Annual Consultative Meeting, held on 21st July at the National Championships, can be downloaded here.
These minutes will be submitted for final approval at next year’s ACM.