The 1809 Official Results from the September Regatta have now been published, the Inter-Services Championship and Open & National Paracanoe, Senior, U23 and Junior Sprint Championship Regatta.
These are also available to download from the Current Year page.
Super September saw a mega event take place, comprising of five key National competitions from the 2018 calendar that demonstrate the high quality of competitions that already exist across the disciplines of sprint and paracanoe, wild water racing, freestyle and polo.
Please, visit the British Canoeing website for a comprehensive report following the Super September weekend.
The pre-regatta documents for the September National regatta are now available on the links below and on the Current Year page under the National Regattas menu.
The files can also be downloaded from the Current Year page on the website.
Nominations can now be made for the annual volunteer awards. Details about each award and the form through which entries can be made can be found on the following web page. Please share and nominate!
The following Racing Seminar will be taking place on Saturday 10 November near Oxford.
British Canoeing is launching an exciting new programme aimed at supporting new volunteers who are interested in volunteering at a regional and national level with British Canoeing.
The Future Leaders programme aspires to raise awareness of the importance of volunteer leadership in canoeing. The programme will aim to identify the next generation of regional and national committee members and leaders as well as helping people develop their expertise and confidence through workshops, online learning, mentoring, placements and networking opportunities to allow delegates to share knowledge, experiences and solutions.
Our sport is full of a diverse range of people with a whole array of skills and experience, we’d love to encourage more people at the beginning of their volunteering journey and support more people to volunteer at regional and national levels from all backgrounds.
Please note that this is a programme funded via Sport England funding so is only open to those living in England.
For further information and to apply, please, visit https://www.britishcanoeing.org.uk/news/2018/future-volunteer-leaders
Fladbury Paddle Club are pleased to invite paddlers of C1, K1, Paddleboards (Stand Up and Prone) to take part in their regatta on Saturday 15th September.
Distance racing will take place in the morning, with an option for paddlers to also take part in the Fladbury Fun Run at 13.30, 200m sprints will take place in the afternoon. The racing will finish with a Bell Boat 200m challenge (crews of 6, entries on the day). During the afternoon paddlers and supporters can also visit Fladbury Village Fete.
Classes for canoe/kayak will be based on sprint bandings, with Lightning/Mini K1. SUP will be 3 classes, Inflatable 12’6 and under, Hard Board 12’6 and under, Hard Board 14’. Prone Boards 1 class. Prizes for Senior, Junior, Male and Female in all races. Special prize for paddlers also entering fun run.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details and an entry form
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