Emma Wiggs led home a British 1-2 in the VL2 200 metres event as racing continued at the International Canoe Federation Paracanoe World Cup in Szeged in Hungary today.
Serbia, Austria, Japan and Canada all claimed gold medals on the opening day of the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Para-canoe World Cup in Belgrade.
Markus Mendy Swoboda was victories as the Para-canoe World Cup continued in Szeged, Hungary.
Ukraine and Russia each secured gold medals on the opening day of the Para-canoe World Cup season in Szeged today.
Sweden's Helene Ripa, who won gold at the Sochi 2014 Winter Paralympic Games, has announced her retirement from Nordic skiing and will not attempt to qualify for Pyeongchang 2018.
Paralympic and world champion Anne Dickins of Great Britain has decided to call time on her career following her gold medal canoeing performance at Rio 2016.
Paralympic gold medallist Curtis McGrath of Australia has become the first Para-athlete to win the Sportsman of the Year prize at the World Paddle Awards.
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.
Upon arrival at the National Water Sports Centre in Nottingham, I was greeted by the sight of British Canoeing’s Nikki Paterson making the final preparations to her kayak before heading onto the two kilometres lake for one of her final training sessions ahead of the 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.