The Official Results for the September 2017 National Sprint Regatta are now available. We apologise for the delay in publication but there were a lot of promotions and demotions to consider and confirm from this regatta.
September 2017 Official Results
The results are also available on the Current Year page.
After the regatta a Vajda K1 seat was found in the middle of the road on Regatta Way. It has been handed into reception at NWSC; telephone 0115 982 1212.
Warwick Sprint Event – Entry Form
The Warwick Sprint Event is being held on Saturday 7th October 2017 and you can enter by using this Google Form:
The day will consist of 200m heats, semi’s, finals – everyone racing will make it through to a final, meaning everyone will race 3 times. Craft thermals will be awarded to the winner of each categorised group.
There will also be the Warwick Knockout Races. Athletes will be grouped according to category. The knockout brings excitement and skill into a fast paced event. There will be a knockout event for each Sprint Group. Each Sprint Group will have 14 to 25 paddlers (based on numbers from 2016 entries). Over a series of back-to-back sprints the group will be whittled down to 5 paddlers for the final sprint-off.
More information is available by emailing the organisers: email@example.com
On behalf of Paul Ratcliffe, Performance Director, and Mike Chandler, Head of Performance Coaching, British Canoeing would like to invite you to a racing seminar for all coaches on 11th November 2017.
The seminar, which has been put together with some of our club coaches, will be a mixture of interactions, presentations and coaching discussions with the view to keep building and spreading our knowledge across the sport to help continuously improve our athletes.
Racing Seminar Poster
The seminar will be free to attend and a venue will be confirmed in due course, but will be easily accessible from the M25 and M40 as this is most central to most clubs.
There will be up to 100 places available and please let Mike Chandler know if you wish to take part by Friday 29th September 2017 by using his email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Clubs can send one email with a list of attendees, which must include each attendee’s full name and email address.
We’d love for you to join us to help keep improving this sport together.
We looking forward to hearing from you soon.
Paul and Mike
The 2017 Junior Racing Canoeist of the Year is Ieuan James, Forth CC, gold medallist in the Junior and U23 World Championships this year in the K1 200m. The trophy was suitably presented to Ieuan by Liam Heath, another fairly good K1 200m paddler(!!!), who was also the winner of this award in 2002.