British Canoeing – April 2023 Catch up with Coaching

British Canoeing – April 2023 Catch up with Coaching 

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British Canoeing – March 2023 Catch up with Coaching

British Canoeing – March 2023 Catch up with Coaching 

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British Canoeing – February 2023 Catch up with Coaching

British Canoeing – February 2023 Catch up with Coaching 

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NEW Manual Handling for Paddlesport eLearning

NEW Manual Handling for Paddlesport eLearning 

British Canoeing Awarding Body is pleased to share the Manual Handling for Paddlesport eLearning which covers different types of manual handling, how we can consider and manage risk and shows the steps we ceingawarding.org.uk/resource/manual-handling-elearnian take when manual handling to better protect our bodies. Throughout paddlesport, there are many occasions when we are lifting, carrying and […]

British Canoeing statement 8 December 2022

British Canoeing statement 8 December 2022 

British Canoeing acknowledges the findings and the recommendations published today by the Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB), in regards to the fatal incident on the River Cleddau, near Haverfordwest on 30 October 2021. British Canoeing has fully supported MAIB throughout their investigation. We will continue to work with the relevant organisations to ensure that we […]

British Canoeing Latest Safety Alerts

British Canoeing Latest Safety Alerts 

These are issued from time to time where a specific safety issue or concern has been raised and needs to be communicated to paddlers. There are also case studies of real life incidents which illustrate both best practise but also near misses. From these incidents, lessons can be learnt that can improve practise UK wide […]

Stand Up Paddleboarding Safety from British Canoeing

Stand Up Paddleboarding Safety from British Canoeing 

British Canoeing do not endorse that Stand Up Paddleboards are used on weirs. Arrangements should be planned to get out well above any weir and getting on the water should be well below the construction. Please follow links below for further guidance: Which leash is right for me Take care in shallow water  SUP Buoyancy […]

Canoe Athlete picks up a Mary Peters Trust Award

Canoe Athlete picks up a Mary Peters Trust Award 

“Over 60 young sports people from across Northern Ireland and representing over 15 different sports, have received awards from the Mary Peters Trust at a special PWC hosted Athletes’ Academy. Athletes are nominated and then selected following a rigorous process and each receive financial and general support to help them navigate and succeed in their […]

Canoe Wales Team Vacancy - Regional Talent Coach (North Wales)

Canoe Wales Team Vacancy – Regional Talent Coach (North Wales) 

Details as follows: Regional Talent Coach (North Wales) Job Type: Part Time Permanent Salary: £19-24k pa pro rata (dependant on experience) Location: Fully Flexible; preferably in Wales but suitably qualified candidates willing to travel will be considered Start Date: ASAP Application Closing Date: 5th December 2022 Please follow link for more information: https://www.canoewales.com/vacancies

Hazard on the Owenkillew River

Hazard on the Owenkillew River 

There is a tree down after the gorge on the Owenkillew River, take caution when paddling.