During this second lockdown period the club is closed again. This time, however, paddling is allowed as outdoor exercise. This should be done locally and either alone, in a household group/bubble, or with one other. As there are no club activities at this time,...
We’re opening up
In line with advice from the government and British Canoeing, the club is currently closed.
Banbury paddlers raced at the first of the 2020 wildwater selection races
Prize winners and puddings at our annual Awards Evening
Good results for Banbury paddlers at the first race of the year
Working off the mince pies
Bitter rivalry at the Christmas relay
International paddlers break the records
Paddlers swap club kit for school uniform
Annual Rocket run to Banbury
One last Hasler race and now the long-distance ones
Stop scratching your heads – the wait is over.
Club finishes joint sixth as scratch K2s exceed expectations
End of term for sprints, but new marathon season starts
Come and try paddling
Round up of a busy, successful summer for BDCC
BDCC paddlers have representing GB across the disciplines this year
More podiums and promotions
Another massive long-distance paddle for this crew.
A successful regatta for the club and individuals.
A close 3rd for the club at Falcon, with a number of new faces racing.
Rain didn’t stop play as Banbury paddlers went all over the country.
Another “quiet” weekend!
We’re racing, and in-region
BDCC named as one of 10 sprint clubs to be included in the partnership
Have paddles will travel
Four Banbury paddlers completed the Devizes to Westminster Race this weekend.
Banbury paddlers are racing all over the country over all distances.
Come and learn about flatwater racing
It’s been a while since we posted but we’ve not been sitting around.
A win and a place for Banbury paddlers at the Frank Luzmore Memorial Marathon
Apparently you can sail on a canal!
Banbury paddlers take on the challenging Cherwell
Tour of the North
Big Win for the Home Team
Wildwater Racing in Wales
Hard Work over Half-Term
The wait is over – here are the 2018 answers
Medals and promotions – and gold for Lee and Zoe
Wavehopper Championships at Nene Whitewater Centre
Sprinting at Fladbury and marathon at Henley
Numerous medals at Sobeka and promotions from Pangbourne
Medal haul at the sprint and wildwater championships
Banbury K2s on Form at Longridge
Even without any marathon or sprint races on, Banbury paddlers were still travelling around the country.
The annual Fairport Convention in Cropredy – and we become a café!
Congratulations to Dan and Robin
As most of the club will be at the National Marathon Championships this weekend, there will be no training at the club. If you want to see what it's all about though, come and join us at Reading, and see the top marathon paddlers in action. We'll even have cake at...
Sprint, marathon and wildwater racing.
Two Hasler races, some wildwater, a picnic, bbq and plenty of coaching.
A small team racing at Nottingham, whilst Rob takes on the wildwater world.
A record number turned up to the annual This Girl Can … Canoe Day
Div 1 win for Joe at home, whilst Amy and Rob live it up abroad.
World Cup A Final for Amy, as marathon paddlers battle Basingstoke
National Titles for Robin and Silver for Joe
Chris and Ray Win Again!
A free come and try day for women and girls on Monday 28 May with so much more.
A mixed day for the Banbury paddlers who went to Guildford
Kayaking is a great sport for everyone and anyone – here’s your chance to learn with one of the top clubs in the country.
A successful outing for the sprint team at the regatta, culminating in two selections for the World Cups
Free taster session for women and girls on Monday 28 May
Resilient juniors kept turning up despite the weather
Banbury paddlers took on the weather in the DW
Selection for the German National Marathon Championships
Challenging racing for all at RLSCC
We’re raising money through the Tescos Bags for Good Scheme
Successful selection in Scotland
It may be freezing but we’re still racing.
Banbury paddlers battle through the wind to make the podium at Reading.
Banbury paddlers swap the canal for moving water.
Celebrated Chairman Graham’s significant birthday with K2 chaos and cake
Awards for All
Bitter rivalry at the club’s race of the year!
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