British Canoeing has been awarded the 2023 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships, following an announcement by the International Canoe Federation Board of Directors Meeting in Beijing. The World Championships, which were last held in the UK in 2015, will once again be Read More
Britain’s David Florence and Joe Clarke started 2019 off in an impressive fashion, both claiming victories at the Australian Open in the C1 and K1 men’s respectively.
British Canoeing today announced that leading fruit brand Jaffa has been appointed as the Principal Partner for the 2019 ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup and 2020 ECA Canoe Slalom European Championships.
Mallory Franklin has claimed two medals at ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup Final at La Seu d’Urgell, Spain. One of the world’s best C1 paddlers, Mallory demonstrated she is also a force in the kayak, winning the World Cup bronze medal in Read More
British duo Kimberley Woods and Bradley Frobes-Cryans were the two standout performers at the Junior and U23 World Championships in Ivrea, Italy. The pair secured three individual medals over the weekend (18-22 July), whilst another three medals were won during the team Read More
C1 World Champion Mallory Franklin showed her class once again at World Cup 3 as she stormed to two silver medals in Augsburg, Germany (6-8 July).
Great Britain continued their successful 2018 World Cup series after Joe Clarke and David Florence both picked up gold medals during World Cup 2 in Krakow, Poland. (29 June – 1 July)
British slalom trio, Joe Clarke, Mallory Franklin and Ryan Westley were all on the podium after another successful international outing, at the 2018 World Cup 1 in Liptovsky.
Great Britain has claimed five medals at the 2018 ECA Slalom European Championships in Prague. In the men’s C1 24-year-old Ryan Westley became European Champion, winning his first senior title.
The GB slalom teams confirmed by British Canoeing today include World and Olympic level champions. The athletes will represent Great Britain for the 2018 season.