By Duncan MackayMarch 19 - Denmark has been awarded a leg of the 2015 Canoe Sprint World Cup, they have announced.
By Duncan MackayMarch 18 - Olympic silver medallist Paul Ratcliffe has been appointed GB Canoeing's slalom podium head coach, it was announced today.
By James CrookFebruary 21- Work has begun on the £6.3 million ($9.6 million/€7.3 million) development project of the Lee Valley White Water Centre, which was used for the London 2012 Olympics.
By James Crook
January 5 - Veteran canoeist Josefa Idem has announced her retirement from canoeing after competing at eight Olympic Games, winning five medals.
By Mike RowbottomDecember 1 - Tony Estanguet, France's three-times Olympic canoeing gold medallist recently controversially appointed to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Athletes' Commission, has announced his retirement from the sport at the age of 34.
By Duncan MackayNovember 17 - Spain's Jose Perurena has been re-elected as the President of the International Canoe Federation (ICF) after standing unopposed at the Congress in St Petersburg.
By David GoldAugust 30 - The World University Canoe Sprint Championships, a key test event for next summer's Universiade, have got underway in Kazan where the event will be held next July.
By Stuart NewmanAugust 18 - International canoeing chief José Perurena López has hailed his sport's competition at the recent London 2012 Olympics "a resounding success", with the newly introduced 200 metres sprint discipline earning a rapturous response from fans.
By David Owen at Eton Dorney LakeAugust 11 – The last raceday at Eton Dorney was a fruitful one for the host nation, with British canoeists taking two medals, including gold for Ed McKeever in the 200 metres kayak single.
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