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We keep this page updated with SCA and paddling news from around Scotland. If you'd like to receive our monthly newsletter and are not currently an SCA member, then please click here to register. 

16/07/2014

New Website Launched

Welcome to the new Scottish Canoe Association website. We hope you like it!

14/07/2014

Funded travelling Fellowships seek canoeists

"The majority of you reading this will not know me, if you do it will likely be as London Gold Medallist, Tim Baillie’s Mum, but back in the 1970s and 80s  it was a different story, I was Mike Jones’s sister.

11/07/2014

European Canoe Slalom Champs - Macedonia 3-6 July

Scottish J18 and U23 athletes:

U23 Gold Team Medal for Eilidh Gibson in C1

U23 K1M 22nd Bradley Forbes-Cryans
U23 K1W 9th Alice Haining
U23 C1W 9th Eilidh Gibson
U23 C2 13th Andrew Houston/Michael Brown

08/07/2014

Queen's Baton Relay

Paddlers from SCA Performance, Aberdeen Kayak Club, Breadalbane Canoe Club, Stirling & Falkirk Canoe Club and Perth Canoe Club who took part in the Queen's Baton Relay in Perth on Friday 4th July.

07/07/2014

SCA Restructure Proposal

[Feedback was invited from SCA Members on the future structure of the SCA. The online survey was open from 1 Jul to 15 Aug and is now closed]

07/07/2014

BCU Level 4 Programme Recruitment

The BCU are inviting coaches who may be interested in completing the BCU Level 4 Coach Programme starting in May 2015, to get in touch!

02/07/2014

Vehicle Access - Luncarty, River Tay

The same access point for vehicles has been used at Luncarty for over 50 years, formerly around the old mills, and latterly past the new housing estate, reaching the river down a narrow unmade road.

30/06/2014

Level 2 Refresher Training

Over the next year the SCA will be hosting a number of Level 2 Refresher events across the country. The two day events are intended for anyone who has completed BCU UKCC Level 2 Training but not assessment.

17/06/2014

Hazard on River Spey

Between Loch Insh and  Aviemore there is a very dangerous object (part of a tractor) just underwater, on a difficult left hand-bend bend where the deep water channel is narrow and fast close to some teepees on the river bank.

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