For more information, and to log your miles, please go to: http://www.gocanoeingweek.org.uk/log-miles. You have until midday on Monday 13th June 2016.
Selection trials for Rio 2016 were held on Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th April 2016 at Nottingham. Here are the results:
A meeting took place on Tuesday afternoon and the decisions made have been published on the British Canoeing website: Canoe Sprint Team Announced for Second Round Olympic Qualification and World Cup Series
British Canoeing has published the Senior and Olympic Selection Policy 2016 and is available on the following link: British Canoeing Sprint Senior and Olympic Selection Policy 2016.
The 2016 Junior and U23 selection policies have now been published for consultation.
As part of the consultation there will be a meeting for parents and club coaches on Saturday 5th December 2015 at Dorney at 10.00am.
You can find the draft policy in the right-hand column of the Sprint page on the BC website: http://www.britishcanoeing.org.uk/olympic-paralympic/sprint-intro.
All feedback must be received via the feedback form by midday on Tuesday 8th December 2015. The link to this is on the first page of the policy document.
The selection policy for 2016 is now available for public consultation.
In follow up to the IP Statement of 19th August 2015, the 2016 Senior/Olympic Team selection policy has been further reviewed to ensure transparency and clarification of a number of points that were unclear. In the 19th August statement, the IP committed to publication of the final policy by 1st December 2015.
The closing date for feedback is this Thursday, 26th November 2015.
The feedback form is here.
The selections, approved by British Canoeing’s International Panel, follow the April Regatta at the National Watersports Centre in Nottingham (11-12 April 2015).
This is welcome news for the seven paddlers, following a challenging few months … read more.
The matrix for consideration for the PODIUM PROGRAMME has been published: click here.
The matrix for consideration for the PODIUM POTENTIAL/OLYMPIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME will be published by 1st May 2015.
London 2012 Olympic medallists Ed McKeever, Jonathan Schofield and Liam Heath, along with other squad members were there to welcome Helen Grant MP, Minister for Sport and Tourism, as she performed the official opening.
The facility will be known as the Tim Brabants Elite Training Centre, in recognition of Britain’s most successful Canoe Sprint athlete of all time and the sport’s first ever Olympic gold medallist in 2008.
Tim, who retired from the sport after London 2012, is set to visit the centre later this spring on his return from working as a doctor in South Africa … read more.