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Nottingham hosted a successful wild water weekend with wild water racing, freestyle and raft racing all coming together to showcase their disciplines at Holme Pierrepont. With rafting and freestyle hosting fun competitions that offered an…

Kingston A clinched the Open league title at the Canoe Polo National Championships, hosted by the Friends of Allonby, at Collingwood dock in Liverpool. They won all seven of their matches making 21 points, and…

After two hotly contested days of racing during the Kayak Cross Selection Series at Lee Valley White Water Centre, 22 athletes have today been named across the Senior, U23 and Junior teams for the 2024…

Paddle UK is shocked and disappointed in the latest figures published on the number of storm overflow sewage spills in England last year. The Environment Agency has published its Event Duration Monitoring (EDM) data for…

Paddle England's athlete support fund will open on 2 April for applications from eligible English athletes competing internationally. The purpose of the fund is to provide some financial assistance to support athletes competing at British…

Paddle UK has launched a new mini-series resource regarding neurodiversity. The mini-series began during Neurodiversity Celebration Week (18 – 24 March 2024) and will continue until 17 April 2024. Paddle UK has partnered with Neurodiverse…

A kayak tour guide in Birmingham is one of ten people in the running to be named VisitEngland's annual Tourism Superstar. Lily-Rose Sheppard volunteered as a guide leading kayak and stand-up paddleboard tours to visitors…

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