Harlesden Winter Sessions
Saturday Morning 10:30am Saturday race boat sessions at Harlesden Canal side take place on Saturday morning at 10am. Please check session is running before attending – as we sometimes cancel to attend events.
Harefield Winter Sessions
Sundays at 10:30am Harefield Sessions will take place on Sunday mornings at 10:30am, the sessions are open to anyone and new members are always welcome. Each session cost £6 per person.
The Home of our Paddle Racing Teams The Sharks have had a base in Southall for many years and have been paddling on the Canal at Havelock for as long as we have been in Southall. For more information call 07951 770241 or email: email@example.com.
Last Friday of the Month Working with our partners at Horsenden Primary School, we are now able to offer free pool sessions on the last Friday of each month (not December), from 7pm till 8:15pm, we will use these sessions for two main purposes, safety work and rolling practice.
Harlesden Autumn Sessions
Mondays and Wednesdays at 5pm We are going to restart our Harlesden session on Monday 18th September at 5pm. They will be open to anybody and will cost £6 per person, we accept cash, card, PayPal, or a bank transfer. We will be introducing more sessions in the following weeks.
Greenford Quay 2023
Monday from 4:30pm & Wednesday from 4:30pm Greenford sessions at the Elsdale moored at Greenford Quay, UB6 0FT. Sessions will still cost just £6 per person. For more information call us on 07951 770241 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Land based Exercises
Always something you can do to get fitter Whilst the weather may not be encouraging you outside, there are exercises you can do and here is some information from British Canoeing’s Slalom School Programme.
A new chapter begins … We are pleased to announce the birth of the Greenford Sharks at Horsenden Primary School Yesterday May 30th. We look forward to an exciting ne chapter in the development of The Sharks.
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.
Want to try canoeing, but not sure what to do? Then contact The Sharks, we are here to help get people started in canoeing, in a friendly fun way, with no commitments or need to but any kit. Call us now on 07951 770241, or email: email@example.com.
Just How Fast Can You Go Canoe Sprinting is about making the boat go as fast as you can on flat water normally over distances of 200 metres or 500 metres.
Pushing Yourself to the Limit Long Distance Racing in canoes and kayaks takes a number of forms, but it is exhilarating, tactical, fun and rewarding. At entry level races are just a few kilometres on flat water.
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.
Warm Up Exercises for Paddlers
Let’s Get Moving From our Slalom Coach Rick Moore, for those of you missing your regular fix. A short video of him going through some simple warm up exercises which are suitable for all, so let’s get moving.