2019 National Canoe Slalom Championships

Bradys Lake, Tasmania

January 8th to January 13th 2019

Silver Fox Leads Strong Aussie Girls On Day Two of 2019 Sydney International Whitewater Festival

World Cup Level Competition At Penrith Whitewater Stadium Wildwater Grand Prix 1 Decided Dual Olympic medallist and 2018 double World Champion Jessica Fox(NSW) has won her first medal of the 2019 international season after coming second in the women’s K1 at the 2019 Canoe Slalom Australian Open. Australian World Championships paddler Rosalyn Lawrence (NSW) finished sixth […]

Olympic and World Champions leading the charge at 2019 Sydney International Whitewater Festival Day One

Fox sisters impress on Opening Day of Canoe Slalom Australian Open 2018 World Champion and greatest individual slalom paddler of all time Jessica Fox (NSW) led the charge in the women’s C1 on the opening day of the 2019 Sydney International Whitewater Festival, taking home the win in the qualifying race. Sister Noemie Fox also impressed […]

The World’s Best At 2019 Sydney International Whitewater Festival

The world’s best whitewater paddlers will kick off the Olympic Canoe Slalom qualifying season at the 2019 Sydney International Whitewater Festival at Penrith Whitewater Stadium this weekend with 526 days to go to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games (15-17 February 2019). The event will be the largest international whitewater event in the Asia Pacific since the […]

Rio Paralympians Kick-Off Paralympic Qualification Season at GP2

Australia’s Paralympic paddlers have kicked-off the 2019 Paralympic qualification season in style with the 2019 Canoe Sprint Grand Prix II (GP2) wrapping up at Sydney International Regatta Centre over the weekend (8-10 February 2019). Paddle Australia’s 2016 Rio Paralympians Curtis McGrath (QLD), Dylan Littlehales (NSW), Amanda Reynolds (VIC) and Susan Seipel (QLD) used the regatta as the first hit-out of the season to […]

Rio 2016 Olympic Bronze Medallist Lachlan Tame Is Back

Young guns push to the top ahead of national team selection trials in march Rio 2016 Olympic bronze medallist Lachlan Tame celebrated a successful comeback to national canoe sprint competition after a two-year break with a couple of wins at the Canoe Sprint Grand Prix II (GP2) at Sydney International Regatta Centre over the weekend (8-10 February). […]

2019 Canoe Polo Selection Criteria Released

Paddle Australia (PA) has published the selection criteria for the 2019 Canoe Polo Oceania Championships teams. The teams will compete at the 2019 Canoe Polo Oceania Championships in Penrith, Australia from the 25th – 27th April 2019. Click here to view the selection criteria If you have any questions in regards to selection please contact PA […]

2019 Freestyle Selection Criteria Released

Paddle Australia (PA) has published the selection criteria for the 2019 Freestyle World Championships team. The team will compete at the 2019 Freestyle World Championships in Sort, Spain from the 29th June – 6th July 2019. Click here to view the selection criteria Please be advised that the nomination process for selection in 2019 has […]

Two Aussie Paddling Champions Inspire Each Other Ahead of Tokyo 2020

Celebrating Ability – Paralympic champion Curtis McGrath & Olympic medallist Jessica Fox take on rapids on an inspirational afternoon at Penrith Whitewater StadiumT They hold 15 individual World Championships titles amongst them, one Paralympic gold, one Olympic silver and one Olympic bronze medal. They are the world’s most successful individual paddlers in their disciplines, Fox in […]

Curtis McGrath and Jessica Fox to take on rapids at Penrith Whitewater Stadium

Paralympian Inspires Olympian Dual Olympic medallist and Jessica Fox is inspired by Paralympic champion Curtis McGrath and determined to make him the first “para-athlete slalom paddler” 😉 !?  Amongst them, they hold 15 individual World Championships titles, 1 Paralympic gold, 1 Olympic silver and 1 Olympic bronze. They are the world’s most successful individual paddlers […]

New Look And Federal Government boost for Australia’s 2020 Paralympic Team

The Federal Government has delivered a major boost to the preparations of Australia’s Para-athletes ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, with the announcement of $12million in new funding. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said an $8million investment from his Government will help to effectively manage the planning, coordination and delivery of the Australian Paralympic Team […]

BRADYS LAKE, TASMANIA

January 8th to January 13th 2019.

The Brady’s Lake Slalom course is very fast and difficult – it is only suitable for experienced paddlers competent on grade 4 white water.

Incorporating

U18, U23 and Open Categories

Awards to include

Age Group Champions

Champion Club

Get Inspired

View the Youtube video of the 2011 Selection Event

Venue Info

Thanks to the Event Sponsors

Provisional Program

January
Tue 8th Slalom Training Camp and Open Practice
Wed 9th Slalom Training Camp and Open Practice
Slalom Competition
Thu 10th Course settings and demo runs
Fri 11th Heats
Sat 12th Heats
Sun 13th Semi Final and Finals + Presentation BBQ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Start lists will be published here.

Be sure to come back here after entries closed and before you leave for the event, to see if your entries are correct.

Once the event is under way, results will be posted here.  Please note that the lack of internet/mobile access at the course means that publishing of results may be unavoidably delayed.

Online entries will open late November – Early December.  Please return here then to enter.

For more information please contact: AusSWWChamps.Enquiries@gmail.com