Thank you to all who attended the British Rafting Annual General Meeting on Sunday, 17th September 2017 at the Lee Valley White Water Centre.
During the meeting, the membership unanimously agreed to adopt the proposed Constitution as previously published and consulted on. The final version of the British Rafting Constitution is now published here and forms the governing rules to which British Rafting shall be managed by.
The 2017 British Rafting National Selection Policy has now been published, consulted on, reviewed, ratified and now published in final:
View and download the document here.
The British Rafting National Team Selection 2017 Policy is now released for consultation. The policy will remain in consultation until 17:00 on Wednesday, 22nd February 2017.
Questions or proposed amendments should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org before the deadline.
Full event details including the policy and purchasing tickets can be done on our website:
At the British Rafting Committee meeting of 07 January 2017, the Committee agreed to adopt and adhere to all British Canoeing rules, regulations and policies.
This includes all policies pertaining to safeguarding, anti-bullying and whistleblowing.
Links to all of our policies and guidance can be found on our dedicated Resources page.
The teams to represent Great Britain at the International Rafting Federation European and World Championships 2017 will be selected at the selections event to be held over the weekend of 11 and 12 March 2017. The event will be run in an IRF standard format and is open to all teams across the UK.
The event will be held at Holme Pierrepont National Water Sports Centre, Nottingham.
Full details and tickets will be released by the end of January.
Once again the guys and gals at Team Oarsome have created a great video of their adventures at our Llandysul Raft Race event (December 2016).
Check out their video below or head on over to our Video Gallery to check out more rafting videos.