Rainbow Brands are delighted to have been invited to attend the Super September Weekends next month organised by British Canoeing.
The purpose of British Canoeing is to:
“Inspire people to pursue a passion for paddling; for health, enjoyment, friendship, challenge and achievement”
We look forward to attending and sharing the benefits of paddle sport as an exciting alternative to other outdoor sports. This definitely looks like a super reason to take to the great outdoors!
Each weekend in September, there will be numerous competitions taking place in three locations: Holme Pierrepont, Lee Valley White Water Centre and Richmond Canoe Club. A range of disciplines will feature throughout September, from Sprint and Paracanoe, to Canoe Polo and Freestyle, which showcases the breadth and diversity of the sport.
Following a hugely successful Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic games, a number of British Canoeing medallists and Team GB athletes will be taking part in Super September, as the first season of the four year cycle leading up to Tokyo 2020, comes to an end.
September is an exciting month for British Canoeing and there is something for everyone; whether you are an experienced canoeing expert, or a newcomer to the sport. Why not come down to one of the events either in Nottingham or in London, as the best of the best battle it out for their discipline title.
Laura Sutherland, Events Officer at British Canoeing, is excited to display the huge range of disciplines the sport has to offer.
“Super September is really going to showcase the breadth and excitement our sport has to offer, with National Champions being crowned at 4 of our events.
“We hope to see each event buzzing with spectators and athletes and it will be a great day out for everyone attending, no matter which event you visit.”
Alongside in-depth previews of all the events and disciplines taking place across the month, British Canoeing will also be providing a ‘Ones to Watch’ feature ahead of each competition, where they will talk to athletes across all the disciplines to get their perspective on the sport and why you should come down and support canoeing.
Stay safe keep buzzing!