Stone Mini Slaloms
A Chance to Race Stafford and Stone Canoe Club are proposing to run a mini-slalom league at their site in Stone, Staffordshire in January and February 2021, a chance after nearly a year, to get back to racing.
Return to Paddling – Again
Saturday and Sunday Sessions to Resume On Saturday 5th December Shark paddling Sessions will resume at 1pm at NW10 and at 1pm in Southall, Harefield sessions will start on Sunday 6th December at 1pm.
Southall Paddling Time Table
These sessions will resume on Saturday 5th December With the easing of Covid-19 restrictions we will resume our weekend paddling sessions at Southall on Saturdays at 1pm for less experienced and at 2:30pm for racing boats.
Slalom Sundays – 1pm
Harefield Sessions to resume on Sunday 6th December With the easing of Covid-19 restrictions we are able to restart our slalom sessions at Harefield at 1pm on Sunday afternoons.
Covid-19 – A Statement – Updated November 2020
Coronavirus Policy Updated 28th November 2020 With the ending of the current restrictions due on the 2nd December and the return to the Tier System, The Sharks will be resuming normal sessions on Saturday 5th December
Saturday Sessions at NW10
These sessions are to resume on Saturday 5th December With the easing of Covid-19 restrictions, we will be resuming our Saturday afternoon sessions at Harlesden/Park Royal (NW10 7AE) on Saturday 5th December.
Return to Wild Water Racing
Wild Water Racing The Sharks are planning to restart Wild Water Racing Session at Harefield in January on Thursday evenings at 6pm, meeting at Tory Lake.
How Many Calories did you Burn?
Did You Know? Moderate effort Kayaking for an hour burns about 420 calories, put some effort in and that rises to 1050!
Exercises Lock Down 2
Strength and Fitness Some exercises to do at home, whilst these routines have been put together by Aaron Nolan, one of our coaches for Lock Down 2, they can of course be done throughout the year, if you want to improve your fitness and performance.
Cost Effective Paddle Mitts No more cold fingers when paddling, just follow the simple instructions from Rick Moore, on how to make your own cheap Paddle Mitts
On the move in Southall
We have moved, but only slightly From now on the meeting place for our sessions in Southall will be just in a slightly different place, just 200m further along the canal, but providing us with far better options so we can improve what we do.
Reboot – NW10
Enabling More People to Paddle more Often As restrictions are easing we are gradually opening up more sessions to more people, but still in a controlled way to minimise the risk of Covid-19.
Reboot – Southall
New Sessions and New Times As we further open up the Club following Covid-19, we now have some new sessions and new times at Southall, so that more people can become part of The Sharks.
Reboot – Harefield
New Sessions and New Times From Sunday 4th October our Slalom sessions at Harefield will be on Sunday at 1:30pm .
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.