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.
British Canoeing today launched the one year countdown to the ICF 2019 Canoe Slalom World Cup, London, with this new dedicated events website.
C1 athlete Bethan Forrow called on dedicated fans and newcomers alike to come together and get behind GB athletes at the 2019 World Cup.
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.
We understand that getting to grips with a sport for the first time can be a challenge. So, we have compiled our top ten canoe slalom facts to help you along. By the time of the 2019 World Slalom World Cup we’ll have you talking slalom at Lee Valley like a die-hard fan.
Lee Valley was awarded the 2019 ICF World Cup 1 back in April 2017. Since then double world champion Mallory has been excited about the prospect of racing at her favourite venue again.
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.
British Canoeing’s senior canoe slalom team kit has been unveiled for the upcoming international racing season, at a launch event with official partner Peak UK.
The inaugural British Canoeing extreme slalom selection event, held in conjunction with Lee Valley White Water Centre, took place 21-22 April. Athletes were chosen for the GB extreme slalom team.