CONTRIBUTE TO THE CAUSE
Would you like to make a tax-deductible donation to USA WomenCan to support equal opportunities initiatives? These include, but are not limited to, supporting:
U.S. and international athletes in financial need to train and compete here and internationally;
Development clinics for athletes and coaches – in the U.S. and internationally.
Donations can be sent to:
USA Canoe/Kayak National Office (Charlotte Office)
601 East Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28203
In the memo line of the check, please put WomenCAN International
- Here are the C1 & C2 results for the Olympic Hopes Regatta.
Outstanding racing b... September 15, 2014Here are the C1 & C2 results for the Olympic Hopes Regatta. Outstanding racing by all! See all results here http://oh2014.canoe.sk/default/results/ France and Hungary traded places on the podium top spots throughout the regatta. In the women's C1 200 ages 15, 16 and 17, five athletes stopped the clock in 49 seconds. 16 year old Eugénie Dorange had a
- Sportscene's John Gregory ( @gregiej ) offers his "Top 10 Predictions" for the 2... September 15, 2014Sportscene's John Gregory ( @gregiej ) offers his "Top 10 Predictions" for the 2014 Canoe/Kayak Slalom World Championships in Deep Creek Lake, USA, starting this week! Other Wild Card possibilities for a medal in Women's C1: Julia Schmid (AUT) Nuria Vilarrubla (ESP) QianQian Teng (CHN) Good luck to all of the paddlers! http://www.sportsce
- Is this equality? September 14, 2014Is this equality?
- Congratulations to today's medalists at the 2014 Olympic Hopes Regatta in Piešťa... September 14, 2014Congratulations to today's medalists at the 2014 Olympic Hopes Regatta in Piešťany, Slovakia! 11 out of the 28 countries participating are competing in women's canoe events. 9 of these countries are from Europe. USA is the only country from the Americas participating and this is their first time participating with one athlete. Kazakhstan is the onl