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…)
Canoe sprint takes place on a straight course divided in lanes, on calm water. The distances recognised by the ICF for international races are 200 m, 500 m, and 1000 m.
Canoe Sprint has been a part of the Olympic Summer Games since 1936 (Berlin) for Men, and 1948 (London) for Women.
Sprint Coaching News
Sprint Rules & Regulations
Click here to see the Sprint Qualification System for the 2015 Games.