Please find the Junior Liffey Descent results below. Congratulations to all participants.
Canoeing Ireland has 19 participants of the Coca Cola Instructor Training Initiative taking on the challenge of crossing the Irish Sea from Portpatrick, Scotland to Donaghadee, Northern Ireland. Keep an eye on their LIVE progress here!
Sunday, 24th April 2016 at 12 noon
Only suitable for experienced paddlers as river will be in flood
Long Course: Ballymore Eustace to Kilcullen
Short Course: Carnalway Bridge to Kilcullen
No Novice Race
Long Course Classes: Entries taken at Ballymore Eustace only
K1 Div 1, K1 Div 2, Open K2, K1 Div 3, K1 Div 4, Ladies K1 Div4, Open K2 / T2, Open Canadian (C2). GP: Mens, Ladies, Boys(u18), Girls(u18).
Short Course Classes: Entries taken at Carnalway only
Junior K1 Div 5, Boys(u15), Girls (u15).
Fees: Seniors – €10 Juniors – €5
Training and development Unit AGM notice
Date: 9th April 2016
Location: Canoeing Ireland Training Centre, Strawberry beds, Lucan, Dublin
At the Annual Delegate Meeting of Canoeing Ireland held on 8th October 2016, a new Constitution was adopted for the Irish Canoe Union trading as Canoeing Ireland to bring the company into line with recent changes in company law. Due to these changes in company law, the Memorandum and Articles of Association has know been split into the Constitution and the Rule Book.
Please click here for further information on the new Irish Canoe Union Constitution and Canoeing Ireland Rule Book.
As part of Canoeing Ireland’s ongoing review of our policy and procedure documents, a new set of Complaints & Disciplinary Rules & Procedures has been approved by the Board. These update and streamline our previous system and come into immediate effect for all complaints and appeals.
Please click here to view the new set of Complaints & Disciplinary Rules & Procedures.
The 19th of October saw the inaugural Sligo Schools Kayak Competition take place on the Garavogue River at Doorly Park. Weather conditions were perfect for the 42 competitors from Sligo Grammar, Summerhill College and St Marys Ballysadare. Please see prizewinners pictured below.