International Canoe Federation (ICF) President José Perurena López has returned to his home in Madrid having spent a week hospitalised after becoming infected with coronavirus.
Slalom canoeists could compete at the Olympic Games and the World Championships within the space of two months in 2021 following confirmation of the new dates for Tokyo 2020.
Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) has confirmed their canoe sprint squad for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, marking their first team announcement since the Games was postponed to 2021.
International Canoe Federation (ICF) President José Perurena López has tested positive for COVID-19.
Belarus is continuing preparations to host the International University Sports Federation World University Canoe Sprint Championships in six months time, when the competition is scheduled for the city of Zaslavl.
The International Canoe Federation (ICF) has announced that it will use world rankings to allocate canoe slalom quotas for this year's Olympic Games in Tokyo.
The European Canoe Association (ECA) and British Canoeing have cancelled the ECA Canoe Slalom European Championships due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Olympic silver medallist Luuka Jones and Callum Gilbert have been chosen to represent New Zealand in canoe slalom at Tokyo 2020.
Three International Canoe Federation (ICF) Asian Championships that were scheduled to take place in Thailand later this month have been postponed because of the coronavirus outbreak.
The International Canoe Federation (ICF) has approved the timing, scoring and results systems for canoe sprint and canoe slalom ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Canoe slalom racer Liam Jegou has become the first athlete to be selected for Ireland's team for this year's Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Australia's home paddler Tom Green grabbed two titles as the Oceania Canoe Sprint Championships reached their conclusion today.
Tonga’s Pita Taufatofua ambition of competing at a third successive Olympic Games in different sports was dealt a significant blow after he failed to earn a quota place at the Oceania Canoe Sprint Association Championships in Sydney.
Australian athletes earned quota places for this year's Olympic Games in Tokyo on the opening day of the Oceania Canoe Sprint Association Championships in Sydney.
More than 150 athletes are set to compete at the Oceania Canoe Sprint Association Championships in Sydney, which will offer athletes a final chance to secure qualification to this year's Olympic Games in Tokyo.