With a record number of nations entered, the seventh edition of the ICF Canoe Sprint African Championships got under way at the brand new sprint course at Shongweni Dam, KwaZulu-Natal in sweltering hot weather.
It’s taken her six years, but London Olympian Jo Brigden-Jones is finally back on top of a crowded K1 500 pack after winning the event at the Oceania sprint Championships and second Grand Prix (GP2) in Adelaide, Australia on Sunday.
The International Canoe Federation (ICF) have approved a race program with some striking changes for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games.
Gold Coast paddler Jordan Wood leads a younger brigade of 1000 metre kayakers that have emerged throughout the Australian ranks in reason seasons.
The 2015/16 domestic canoe sprint series gets underway in Adelaide tomorrow with Grand Prix 1 set to stage the opening race of the season.
Since several weeks, many athletes are in great concern about the water quality of the Olympic race course in Rio. It was mainly water plants that troubled the athletes during the test race this past weekend. The judgment:”Not fit for Olympia!“
We caught up for a chat with Lisa Carrington a week before the 2015 World Canoe Sprint Championships. She was spending her final training camp along with the rest of the New Zealand team in Training in Paradise – paddling on lakes Bled and Bohinj (Slovenia).
The European Canoe Association as the leading institution of the European canoe sport announced a competition to design a new ECA logo. An attempt to modernize a logo is a part of media activities European Canoe Association wishes to implement in the future.
The International Canoe Federation (ICF) and the German Canoe Federation have combined to organise the first City-World Cup to take place from Friday 11th to Sunday 13th September.
The Canadian Olympic Committee has named Olympic bronze medalist Mark Oldershaw as the flag bearer to lead Team Canada’s largest ever Pan American Games delegation into the opening ceremonies at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games on July 10.