Welcome to Wildwater Canoeing

Wildwater Canoeing is a discipline of canoe racing, also known as Wildwater Racing and Whitewater Racing. The wildwater time trial is the purest of whitewater racing forms - the athlete, the river, the clock.

A racing performance is the result of physical conditioning, skill and harmony with the water - and is the only sport where social paddling is necessary to achieve a peak performance. Beautiful water, scenery and companionship make the Wild Water Racing experience compelling. The competitor is free to take whichever route on the river they desire, a freedom of racing unsurpassed in the whitewater world. 

Wildwater Canoeing is governed by British Canoeing

ICF WWR World Cup Next Weekend - Good Luck to All our Athletes

 We have the ICF Senior World Cups coming up next weekend in beautiful Muotathal, Switzerland and the following weekend on the legendary white water course in Augsburg, Germany. A number of nations are coming fresh from their victories at the ECA European Championships at Skopje in Macedonia. Team GB are fielding a strong team of seasoned athletes together with new and developing talent.    

In Ladies Canoeing we have Rachel Houston in C1 partnering with Louise Revell in C2. Mens Canoeing we have Ryan Hunt, Andy Houston, Will Fotheringham. Mens Kayak; Nicky Cresser, Ricky Miller, Phil Dean, Rob Jefferies, Sandy Fotheringham, Mike Rees-Clarke (for details of Mike's travels please see FB!) Ladies Kayak; Lydia Oxtoby, Victoria Murray, Louise Revell, Laura Milne, Mags Nixon

For more details please see https://www.canoeicf.com/world-cup/muota-muotathal-2017 and https://www.facebook.com/wmmuota2018/ as well as as https://www.facebook.com/groups/216485560525/ Wildwater Racing for Fun. 

The next racing will be the under 23 World Championships at Murau in Austria on 26 – 30 July followed by the World Championships at Pau in France at the end of September. 27 September 1 October https://www.canoeicf.com/world-championships/pau-2017-0 as well as https://www.britishcanoeing.org.uk/