Athlete Jammie was promoted to National Division 3 Men’s K1 Slalom at Harefield at the beginning of October and competed in his first Division 3 event was Shepperton, at the end of the end of the month!
Athlete Meshach is another product or our partnership with Canalside Activity Centre, his first event was at Cardington in September 2022, which he won, gaining promotion to National Division 3 and at the Nene to bronze in his first Division 3 event. ranked 43rd in 2022.
Jaafar El Haddad
Athlete Junior 12, Jaafar made is debut at Shepperton Slalom in July 2022, coming third and first J12, looking very confident on the white water. He won promotion to Division 3 in his second event at Cardington,
Athlete and Teacher Gaining promotion to National Division 3 on his debut event at Shepperton. Hudayfa had a flying start in Division 3 taking a second and first place finish at Cardington, followed by a 3rd & 2nd at the Nene. Division 2 beckons! He finishes 2024 in 4th place
Athlete Joe’s only event in 2022 was a 15th place finish at Langham Farm in May. He finishes the season in 119th place in National Division 3.
Athlete Jim successfully finished his first slalom at Harefield in October 2022, after a slightly less successful attempt in 2021. He came 12th over all and second Master.
Athlete Dylan made his debut at Harefield 2021 his next event was Harefield 2022, where he came 4th, just missing promotion, but a win at Shepperton ensures that the J16 has Division 3 status next year.
Athelete Ubayda, made his competitive debut in slalom at Shepperton in July 2022, coming fifth and second J12. Ubayda is paddling with us through our partnership with Canalside Activity Centre.
Athlete Jacob is one of our top ranking paddlers in Men’s Division 2 K1, in Slalom canoeing, he also occasionally helps out with teaching and supporting young paddlers. He ended 2021 in 83rd position
Athlete Gavriel is ranked in Division 3 Slalom, having been promoted at Harefield in August 2018, but has only just done his first ever Division 3 Slalom at The Sharks @ Shepperton Slalom in May 2021. Ranked 121st in 2021
Athlete James has been our top ranked slalom paddler for a number of years. He paddles Division 2 Men’s K1 and at the end of 2021 was ranked 42nd, and Division 3 Men’s C1.
Athlete John was promoted at his first ever slalom, Harefield October 2021, with a second place finish in the Sunday event, completing a trio of promotions for The Sharks in one weekend. Jon is now ranked in National Division 3 Men’s K1 Slalom.
Athlete One of our 2021 recruits, Matteo has joined or Slalom team and raced his first event at Cardington in September 2021, as a Junior 14 paddler.
Athlete One of our youngest athletes, Adam made is debut for the London Borough of Harrow in the 2021 London Youth Games and was one of the youngest in the event, so an 8th place finish was quite somethin.
Athlete Eesa, made his competitive debut the London Borough of Harrow in the 2021 London Youth Games, racing in the age group above his own. He has been paddling at NW10, but like so many of our paddlers, his progress has been slowed by the Pandemic.
Athlete Making his debut at the Royal Marathon, Leon is one of The Sharks youngest team member and started off in style with a 4th place finish.
Athlete Junior 12 paddler Aron racing in his first ever event at Shepperton in May 2021
Athlete Made her winning debut at Stone Slalom in Ladies division 4 K1, the week before the season was suspended because Covid-19, hopes are high for when competition resumes.
Athlete and Teacher Amelia is our top ranked female slalomist, she races Ladies Division 2 K1, she has also been to Division 2 in C1.
Athlete Alex is ranked in Division 2 Men’s K1 Slalom and Division 3 Men’s C1 Slalom
Coach, Teacher and Athlete Adam is our lead teacher at NW10, he also teachers schools at Southall and is usually on duty at Osterley Park during the Summer. He is also one of our leading athletes having raced both Sprint and Wild Water at National Level, with the occasional Marathon as well.
A Very Strange Month March 2020 is a month very few of us will ever forget, but not everything was bad, in fact the start was very good.