Canoeing

Gender equity paddles into view for Olympic canoeing

By David Owen

Émilie Fer of France won the only women's kayak slalom event at London 2012 ©Getty ImagesNovember 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.

Olympic silver medallist pleads not guilty to drugs charges in Australian court

By Gary Anderson

November 4 - Australian kayaker Nathan Baggaley has denied all charges in court after being arrested in a drugs investigation by Australian Federal PoliceAustralian 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. 

Australian Olympic medal winning kayaker Baggaley arrested again for drug offences

By Emily Goddard

Nathan Baggaley is to face more drugs charges after arrestNovember 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.

Rio 2016 confirms that canoe slalom will stay in the city

By David Owen

Rio 2016 has confirmed that the canoe slalom venue will remain in Rio de JaneiroOctober 21 - The canoe slalom venue for the next Summer Olympics is to remain in Rio de Janeiro after the project was "optimised" to cut construction costs and post-Games maintenance expenses, Rio 2016 has confirmed.

New Great Britain sprint canoe kit unveiled in partnership with manufacturer's Crewroom

By Nick Butler at Putney in London 

Great Britains sprint canoe team unveil their new kit in a partnership with CrewroomOctober 14 - Great Britain's sprint canoe and Para-canoe teams unveiled a new kit here as part of their partnership with the performance sportswear manufacturers Crewroom in a move designed to raise their profile, as well as their performance.

Exclusive: Rio 2016 canoe slalom to stay in the mainstream

By David Owen

Canoe slalom is set to remain at its orginal venue of Deodoro after plans to move it 700 miles away were dropped by Rio 2016October 9 - The canoe slalom course for the Rio 2016 Olympics is to remain close to the heart of the action in Deodoro, insidethegames understands.

Oklahoma City to host 2014 Canoe Marathon World Championships

By Gary Anderson

September 23 - Canoeists will battle it out on the Oklahama River in 2014Oklahoma City will play host to the 2014 Canoe Marathon World Championships, it has been announced. 

Canoe Marathon World Championships get royal seal of approval in Copenhagen

By Gary Anderson

September 20 - Crown Prince Frederick of Denmark (right) attends the opening day of the ICF Canoe Marathon World Championships in CopenhagenInternational Olympic Committee (IOC) member Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark was on hand at Lake Bagsværd just outside Copenhagen to mark the opening of the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Marathon World Championships today.

History maker Florence becomes first man for 60 years to complete double at World Championships

By Gary Anderson

September 15 - Richard Hounslow and David Florence right raise their arms in celebration after receiving their World Championship gold medals in PragueDavid Florence won C2 gold with partner Richard Hounslow today at the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Slalom World Championships in Prague, to become the first British canoeist to win both C1 and C2 gold at a single Championships.
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