Check out the latest new video from the International Canoe Federation – this is from Szeged, the first World Cup event in Hungary.
Some nice brief interviews with paddlers – as someone who doesn’t get to watch all the international regattas I was not sure who all of them were (except Max Hoff)…subtitles might be useful.
Well, we couldn’t decide. Brilliant or derivative?
published the proposed new design for the Nelo K2 that he and Liam Heath will be racing later this season.
It reminded us of a lollipop design, circa 1976. But don’t take our word for it – you be the judge.
McKeever, 3rd from top, at the finish of the 200m K1
Britain’s top canoeists will have returned from the latest ICF World Cup regatta in Racice, Czech Republic with an even greater sense of confidence.
Highlights included a bronze medal for the Women’s K4 500m crew and a silver medal for the Men’s K2 200m boat of Liam Heath and Jon Schofield.
As in Szeged, the K2 200m was won by Russian Olympic Champions Postrigay and Dyachenko.
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A repatriation ceremony in Royal Wootton Bassett
The great thing about military personnel is that they’re not daunted by taking on big challenges.
Word reaches us of a charity venture by a group of serving and ex serving soldiers that involves a truly epic 9-day endurance event, stopping en route at Royal Canoe Club in August.
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Racice regatta course
It’s another busy racing weekend for Britain’s top canoe sprinters, this time in Racice in the Czech Republic at the 2nd World Cup event of the season.
The team travelled from Hungary where they competed at the
Szeged regatta last weekend. The competition will be different in Racice – The Hungarian team, which dominated proceedings at Szeged, will not be there as there are selection evens back home this weekend. Read more ›