Hungarian paddlers dominated with 11 gold medals on home water at the World University Canoe Sprint Championship in Szolnok.
Hosts Hungary claimed two golds as medal action began at the World University Canoe Sprint Championship in Szolnok.
France, Italy and Portugal enjoy success on opening day of World University Canoe Sprint Championships
Italy, France and Portugal each won two semi-finals as action began at the World University Canoe Sprint Championships in Szolnok in Hungary.
An inaugural Stand-Up Paddling World Championships due to be organised by the International Canoe Federation (ICF) in Portugal later this month has been cancelled.
Szolnok in Hungary is set to welcome some of the best student athletes on the planet at the World University Canoe Sprint Championships starting tomorrow.
Germany won both the men's and women's senior titles as the Canoe Polo World Championships concluded in Welland in Canada.
Germany won the women's under-21 title for the fourth time in a row at the Canoe Polo World Championships in Welland in Canada.
Poland have put themselves in a position to win their first-ever men’s medal at an International Canoe Federation (ICF) Canoe Polo World Championships after scraping through to this weekend’s under-21 finals in Welland in Canada.
The second round of competition at the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Canoe Polo World Championships provided plenty of thrilling matches in Welland in Canada today, with several of them being decided in the very last seconds.
Germany's men overcame the tragedy of the sudden death of team member Fiete Junge on the eve of the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Canoe Polo World Championships to win their opening two matches of the event today in Welland.
The two dragon boats, set to be used by unified Korean teams at next month’s Asian Games, have been named after major rivers either side of the border, at a special ceremony in South Korea.
Favourites flourished on the opening day of the 2018 Canoe Polo World Championships at Welland in Canada as under-21 performers took centre stage.
A Japanese kayaker, who in January was banned for eight years after admitting he spiked a rival's drink with steroids, has been referred to prosecutors by police.
The German men's team is seeking to take a belated step up on the podium at the Canoe Polo World Championships starting in the Canadian city of Welland tomorrow, having earned five silver medals in the competition since it began in 1994.
Hungary won a further five titles and Canada's Sophia Jensen picked up her third gold of the competition on the final day of the International Canoe Federation Under-23 and Junior Canoe Sprint World Championships in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.