Club Slalom Trip to Llandysul 2021
5th – 8th August Suitable for every level of paddler who has attended a Slalom session at Harefield. So no excuses!
Llandysul July Results
Rick is flying high Our Slalom Coach Rick Moore, is flying high with another win in Llandysul, keeping him firmly on the top of the Veterans League in Slalom.
Good Luck at Llandysul
Rick More Rick is racing again at Llandysul this weekend, intending to stretch his lead at the top of the Veterans League, This weekend’s event is a Division 2&3, so more points available.
London Youth Games 2021
Saturday 31st July We are looking for paddlers interested in taking part in the kayaking events of the London Youth Games. In slalom or Sit-on-Top racing over 50 metres. If you are available contact us, soon 07951 770241 or email email@example.com.
Aaron is on the Rise
Another First Placed Shark at Shepperton Aaron Nolan now has to race just once more to ensure his early return to Division 2, having taken first place at Shepperton on Sunday by a staggering 6.3 seconds.
Good Luck at Sheppy
Aaron and Rick Aaron Nolan and Rick Moore are racing at Shepperton this weekend and we wish them and all paddlers the best of luck, have a great time and thanks to Shepperton Slalom Canoe Club for hosting the event.
Llandysul June 2021 – Results
Richard I Our Slalom Coach Rick Moore was in fine form at the weekend winning the Veterans K1 Race at Llandysul on Both Saturday and Sunday and claiming top spot in the National Rankings.
At Llandysul This Weekend Slalom Coach, Rick Moore, is in action this weekend racing Veteran’s Men’s K1 at Llandysul and also Canoe Doubles with Richard Cromer.
Sheperton Slalom June 2021
Division 3 and 4 Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th Shepperton Slalom Canoe Club are hosting a Division 3 and 4 Slalom on the weekend of 19th and 20th at their site at Shepperton Weir.
The Sharks @ Shepperton Slalom Report
The Revenge of The Slalom We are winning the war on Covid-19 and Slalom is leading the way!
Good luck this weekend
At Shepperton Slalom Good luck to everyone racing this weekend at The Sharks @ Shepperton Slalom
Our First Rostrum Finish of the Year
Goes To … Aaron Nolan, who to second place at Langham Farm Slalom on Sunday 23rd May 2021.
Good Luck at Langham Farm
Competitive Canoeing is Back And it starts for The Sharks at Langham Farm this Sunday 23rd May 2021
Slalom Is Back! The Sharks at Shepperton Slalom – Saturday May 29th and Sunday 30th May
Spring into Slalom 2021
Sundays and Wednesdays With the return of outdoor sports being allowed from 29th march 2021, The Sharks are resuming our Slalom Sessions at Harefield starting on Wednesday 31st March 2021, with a second session each week on Sundays.
February and March Slalom Events Cancelled
Due to Covid-19 Lockdown The Slalom Committee have taken the inevitable and sensible sessions to cancel all events in February and March 2021, they will review the situation for events later in the year in February.
Principles of Training
How to Improve your performance Our Slalom Coach, Rick Moore has written the following information in order to help our paddlers, get fit, stay fit and generally improve their performance.
Lockdown version 3
All Club Facilities Closed until further notice. The announcement by the Government of a further national lockdown has meant that we are legally required to close all or our facilities.
You are not Alone, you don’t need to be Alone We have a solution, we have set up a WhatsApp group called Paddle Pal, where you can make arrangements to paddle with someone in keeping with current Covid-19 restrictions regulations.
Thanks For Your Help
Good Job Done at Harefield A small but hard working team were at Harefield on Sunday making maintaining and improving the slalom course, working together but in a Covid-secure way. Thanks guys, good job done.
Dress Warm for Winter Paddling
What to wear for Winter paddling Paddling in cold weather is no different to doing any other activity, it is about wearing the right clothing, check our latest video from our super model Rick Moore.
We are Back – Again!
Yes, We are Paddling Again – Are YOU? The Sharks are back paddling again after Lockdown 2.0, we were back in action on Saturday 5th December at Southall and NW10 and on Sunday 6th December at Harefield.
2021 Slalom Calendar
Slalom Events 2021 The calendar for slalom 2021 has been published on Canoe Slalom Website, where you can find all the lates news about canoe slalom, about events and ranking positions.
Stone Mini Slaloms
Cancelled Please note due to Covid-19 restrictions these events have been cancelled.
Training Camp Report We held a training camp for our slalom paddlers in Llandysul, Wales, the site is used for events at al divisions in the UK calendar, so an excellent venue, for fun, practice and a weekend away.
To all our Staff The past few months have been a trying and testing time for all of us, The Sharks were up and paddling within days of the lockdown lifted at first with experienced paddlers and then gradually introducing other socially distanced sessions.
Yes, Harefield is where GB paddlers are training through Covid-19 The Sharks home at Harefield is the place GB paddlers are training, whilst other facilities are shut due to Covid-19.
2020 Ranking Slalom Season to End
No More Ranking Events This Year Sadly, but understandably the British Canoeing’s Slalom Committee has announced that there will be no more ranking events staged in 2020, due to Covid-19.
Join in the Fun and the Exhilaration of Canoe Slalom! The Sharks have a thriving Canoe Slalom section, operating from our base in at Troy Lake near Harefield.
Shepperton Results March 2020
Great Start for Shark Paddlers Shark paddlers got off to a good start at Shepperton Division 2 Slalom, picking up a number of medals over the two days of racing.
Stone Slalom Results March 2020
Go Emily … 13-year-old Emily Potts entered her first slalom at Stone in Staffordshire, she has been training with The Sharks over Winter and won her first event on Saturday, the Ladies’ K1 event.
Slalom Bib Numbers for 2020
Let’s get ready for Slalom 2020 The Slalom calendar and bib numbers for 2020 have been published and are available on the Canoe Slalom Website. In total we have 17 nationally ranked paddlers and a number of new paddlers who we expect to get promoted early on in the season.
Shepperton November Slalom
Report and Results Another wet weekend, but this did give some decent water for the slalom, which was challenging. The last slalom of the season and was not going to see any promotions, but the chance to vie for Top Shark paddler and to get a good bib number for next season.
Dart Slalom Report
James at the Dart James Read was racing the weekend on the River Dart in Devon. Takin part in a Division 2 Slalom, Men’s K1.
Symonds Yat Report
Results from the Yat Symonds Yat, is a fantastic location on the English/Welsh boarder, with a good set of rapids on which a challenging course can be set. Such a shame for the second year running that the event had to be curtailed due to climate issues.
Another Event, Another Promotion
Well Done Alex Alex Aldred is the latest Shark paddler to get promoted to National Division 2 in Slalom Canoeing at the weekend with an impressive 20th place finish as a paddle up (method where paddlers can race one division above their ranking status to gain additional points) in the Lee Valley Division 2 Slalom.
Well Done at Cardington
Slalom Results from Cardington Some great paddling at Cardington on Saturday 31st of August and 1st September in the Cardington Division 2, 3 and 4 slalom. Due to Holidays and other commitments we only had a very small team there, but they did us proud.
James VI at Llandysul
Well Done James Read Coming 6th in the Division 2 slalom at Llandysul. The highest placed paddler this season for The Sharks and James’s best result ever. The position earned him 300 points and now places him 39th in Division 2 with 1,248 points.
Khaleel is Promoted
Orton Mere Results July 2019 Brilliant Day weekend for Shark paddlers, who stormed to take first and second place in the Men’s Dive 3 K1 event on Saturday, Khaleel Ziauddin won the event collecting 250 points, enough to take him over the 1,100 threshold from 5 events and therefore being promoted to Division 2.