By Emily GoddardFebruary 27 - World and Olympic champion canoeists, including the likes of David Florence, Richard Hounslow, Etienne Stott and Tim Baillie, have today helped open the revamped Lee Valley White Water Centre following its £6.3 million ($10.5 million/€7.7 million) development.
By Paul OsborneFebruary 22 - The Confederation of African Canoeing (CAC), International Canoe Federation (ICF) and NELO KAYAKS in Portugal have announced the commencement of the new Domestic Boat Production Project in Africa.
By Gary AndersonJanuary 23 - London 2012 champion Tim Baillie has announced his retirement from canoe slalom after he and partner Etienne Stott became the first British athletes to win Olympic gold in the sport.
By Gary AndersonDecember 17 - London 2012 Olympic venue, the Lee Valley White Water Centre, is set to host the first round of the 2014 International Canoe Federation (ICF) Canoe Slalom World Cup Series, it was announced today.
By Paul OsborneDecember 11 - London 2012 venue Lee Valley White Water Centre has become the official home to a host of Britain's top canoeists, including newly crowned double world champion and two-times Olympic medallist David Florence.
By David OwenNovember 18 - The International Canoe Federation (ICF) has come under fire from one of the sport's highest-profile athletes for stating publicly that the proposed inclusion of women's C1 canoe slalom in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics would "certainly please" her.
By David OwenNovember 16 - Participation by women in Olympic canoe, as well as kayak, races has moved a step closer, following a meeting in Lima of International Canoe Federation (ICF) directors.
By Gary AndersonNovember 4 - Australian Olympic silver medallist Nathan Baggaley today pleaded not guilty to drugs charges in court in Lismore, New South Wales after he was arrested last week on drugs charges.
By Emily GoddardNovember 3 - Australian double Olympic silver medal winning kayaker Nathan Baggaley has been arrested again in a drugs bust just two years after being released from a four-year custodial term for similar offences.
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