Singapore Canoe Federation
3 Stadium Drive
#01-33 Singapore Sports Hub, NSA Office
Telephone Number: +65 63446337
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kayaking and canoeing can be a lot of fun but you'll need the proper equipment to fully enjoy the experience. Here are 5 essential gears you’ll be needing on your canoeing or kayaking trip!
Team Singapore athletes Brandon Ooi and Sarah Chen discusses with us why canoeing has yet to become popular outside of schools and CCAs, particularly as a recreational sport.
A feature article on the sport of canoe polo, which combines combine basketball, canoeing, and water polo all in one.
This article discusses the basic differences between the sports of canoeing and kayaking, from the paddle, to boat structure and position adopted when taking part in each sport.
Kayaking can be a lot of fun if you know the proper techniques. This article serves as a beginner's guide showing 5 steps on how to hold and use a kayak paddle.
Here’s a guide on the right way to hold a canoe paddle and 4 easy steps to master the basic forward stroke in canoeing, also known as the cruising stroke.
Propelling yourself forward in Kayaking can be self-explanatory. But how do you stop your kayak to prevent a collision in the waters? Here’s a 5 step guide on the technique used to stop your kayak.
This article discusses two different methods you can use to turn in Kayaking, broken down into easy steps. Turning in Kayaking isn't so intuitive but it's an essential skill you'll have to learn after paddling.
Losing your kayak in open water can be disastrous. Here's our guide to recovering from your capsized kayak, in situations where you're still in your kayak and even when you have fallen out.
This feature article teaches the basics to kayaking, how to turn left and right and how to stop.