Follow the links below to learn about specific committee updates, coaching news, rules and regulations.
Canoe Sprint – Canoe sprint takes place on a straight course divided in lanes, on calm water (read more…)
Canoe Slalom – Canoe Slalom is an Olympic sport that is held on rivers or on artificial white water courses (read more…)
Wildwater/Freestyle – Wildwater racing is extremely demanding. In this discipline, athletes race down a course of (read more…)
Marathon – Marathons are long distance races on rivers, lakes, estuaria or open sea. The course may include obstacles such as shallows, rocks and portages (read more…)
Canoe Polo – a competitive ball sport played on water, in a defined “field”, between two teams of five players, each in a kayak (read more…)
Para Canoe – Para Canoe gives opportunities for paddlers with physical disabilities to participate and compete at club, national, and international levels ( read more…)
Dragon Boat – Dragon boats are long, open canoes, paddled by 10-20 paddlers using single-bladed paddles (read more…)
Marathons are long distance races on rivers, lakes, estuaria or open sea. The course may include obstacles such as shallows, rocks and portages. Under ICF rules, the minimum distances for international races are 20 km for men, and 15 km for women.
Marathon Coaching News
Marathon Rules & Regulations