Australia have picked six canoeists for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Australia’s Curtis McGrath was the star performer on the final day of the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Paracanoe World Championships as he clinched two gold medals in Duisburg, Germany.
Britain’s Ian Marsden beat Fernando Fernandes of Brazil on his way to reaching the final of the men’s KL1 200 metres event at the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Paracanoe World Championships in Duisburg, Germany today.
Leading stars faced contrasting fortunes today as opening heats began at the 2016 International Canoe Federation Paracanoe World Championships in Duisburg, Germany.
Rio 2016 places will be on the line when the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Paracanoe World Championships begin in Duisburg tomorrow.
Australia’s Susan Seipel won the K1 500 metres and V1 500m events at the Oceania Canoe Sprint Championships in Adelaide today, taking her gold medal tally to four.
Australians move step closer to places at Rio 2016 Paralympics with victories at Oceania Canoe Sprint Championships
Australia’s Curtis McGrath and Amanda Reynolds edged closer to securing places at this year's Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro after winning selection trials at the Oceania Canoe Sprint Championships in Adelaide.
Britain's canoeing team are aiming to make history and win the first ever Paralympic gold in the sport when the discipline makes its debut at next year's Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Chippington continues KL1 200m domination as Para-canoe events end at ICF Canoe Sprint and Para-canoe World Championships
Britain’s Jeanette Chippington continued her domination of the women’s KL1 200 metres by securing her fourth consecutive world title in the discipline as Para-canoe events drew to a close at the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Canoe Sprint and Para-canoe World Championships in Milan, Italy.
Australia earned two of the four gold medals on offer in Para-canoe events of the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Canoe Sprint and Para-canoe World Championships in Milan, Italy.
Brazil earned double gold medal success on the opening day of the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Canoe Sprint and Para-Canoe World Championships in Milan.
Two wounded ex-service personal, supported by the Help for Heroes’ Sports Recovery Programme have been selected as part of British Canoeing's 13-strong team for this month's Para-canoe World Championships in Milan.
Six nations shared the medals at the Para-canoe World Cup in Duisburg, with paddlers from Austria, Canada, Germany, Britain, France and Brazil all gaining a top spot on the podium.
British and Hungarian Para-canoeists dominated the European Canoe Sprint Senior Championships, staged at Racice in the Czech Republic.
The canoe competition at the 2016 Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro, where the sport will be making its debut, will consist of three men's and three women's kayak events, it was announced today.