Further to the recent consultation and subject to British Canoeing Board approval, the document on the link below sets out the strategy for the England Talent Canoe Sprint Plan through to 2025.
Details for the Masters Canoe Sprint World Championships in Hungary this summer are available on the link below. If anyone is intending to go, you do need to let the Sprint Racing Committee (SRC) know that you will be competing outside of the UK in a sprint event. Please, email Cathy Wynne as SRC Secretary on firstname.lastname@example.org
British Canoeing’s vision is for the England Talent Sprint Programme to significantly contribute athletes to British Canoeing Olympic and Paralympic teams, supporting Great Britain to be the best in the world by 2028.
As demonstrated by the work currently underway through the Talent Club Partnership Programme there is the very real desire to further strengthen the talent environments within clubs as an integral and fundamental part of the athlete talent pathway within Sprint Racing.
Over the next few months (April/May/June) the England Sprint Talent Programme will be exploring what support structure is needed around the clubs and how the squad structure will work in order to support this.
The draft strategy can be found HERE, we welcome and invite your feedback by 13:00pm on Friday 26th April on this proposal HERE and would like to invite any English club to attend a consultation evening hosted at the British Canoeing Offices on Saturday 27th April at the HPP regatta (meeting after the event), please confirm your attendance HERE.
Competitors have been named for individual and crew boat events for 2019 competitions. The full announcement can be seen by using the link below:
Selection policies for the 2019 season have been published by the relevant International Panels. A summarising statement and the individual policies for Seniors, Junior and U23, and Paracanoe athletes can be accessed from the links shown below.
Applications are invited for an independent member of the Sprint Racing International Panel. A description of the role is available on the link below:
A link to the British Canoeing application process for this role can be found here
Please note that the deadline for applications for this role is 5th January
The Canoe Sprint International panel, in order to further improve future selection policies, is welcoming feedback on the 2018 Selection Policy.
They are keen to know specifically what you liked and how it can be improved, while maintaining the principles of objectivity, transparency and clarity on specific races for selection to identified events.
Feedback can be provided through the following webpage
On Tuesday 10th July 2018 the Sprint Canoe International Panel announced the team to represent Great Britain at the ICF Paracanoe World Championships to be held in Montemor O Velho, Portugal on 22-26 August 2018. The ful announcement can be seen by using the link below.
On Tuesday 10th July 2018 the Canoe Sprint International Panel announced the team to represent Great Britain at the Olympic Hopes regatta to be held in Poznan, Poland in September 2018. The full announcement can be seen by using the link below.