Annual Banbury Paddle
Spanish crews make it an international event
Success for two Sibford School paddlers who train at Banbury
The prize winners and the results.
Divisional paddlers foiled by Falcon
Banbury team win a boat in their first wildwater race
BDCC Hasler Marathon Race 29 October
Canal Day Ergo Challenge
Club’s 4th at the Finals is a great end-of-season result
Visit from British Canoeing Performance Director and Sports Psychologist
Divisional team and Lightnings both win.
Junior team bring back more medals from Belgium
Banbury open the 2017/18 season with 2nd place at Pangbourne
Joe and Oscar just seconds away from a World Medal
Many medals, and two multi-national champions
Banbury Paddlers Bring Back Belgian Silver
Banbury paddlers placed at all levels at the Longridge Hasler.
Angela Hannah wins World Championship bronze medal
Bitter rivalry between parents and children
We’re getting ready to feed thousands
Izzy B National U12 Girls K2 Champion
Joe Petersen, and his partner Finn Cadell from Linlithgow Canoe Club are through to the B Final
Angela and Hannah just 0.1 of a second away from the podium
Sun, sea-spray and second place.
A record FOUR Banbury paddlers named in the World Championship Squads
A great race at the Euros sees Joe and Oscar just miss out on a medal
Banbury paddler selected for Wildwater World Championships
All female team beat their target!
A win for the Lightnings and 4th for the senior team
But second place for the Lightnings
Joe selected for GB team second year in a row.
Over 30 women and girls had a free intro to paddling today
Joe comes back with two medals from Belgium while Izzy wins two at Reading
Come and have a free go (and cake)
Racing back in region again
More International Selections
3 Gold, 3 Silver, 3 Bronze
Banbury paddlers named on sprint squads.
Two Banbury Paddlers off to World Cups
Could you be the next Olympian – or just want to try a new sport?
All the Banbury crews finished the 125 miles from Devizes to Westminster
The first regatta of the year was both sunny and successful.
Going to university doesn’t mean hanging up your paddles.
Another successful trip to a Midlands race for Banbury paddlers
No more circuits, we’re back on the water.
Time trials, profiling and racing. This weekend had it all.
Another Thameside win for Joe.
Yesterday saw BDCC paddlers at Waterside B and training on the Olympic lake at Eton Dorney.
Esme has been selected to race at Gent this month.
Banbury crews raced at Thameside 1 yesterday, with some great results.
Come and learn to paddle with one of the country’s top flatwater racing clubs.
Some of our younger crews successfully tackled the 13.5 miles and 21 portages of Waterside A on Sunday.
With around 20 young paddlers coming from all over southern England, we had to have a quick change of plan when we discovered the canal had re-frozen overnight.
Marathon Training Day 29 January
Celebrating the successes of 2016
A club win in the first race of the year.