Canoe Sprint / Featured / General / 13/10/2016

Congratulations to the successful Queensland Club’s that received Australian Canoeing’s National Elite Development Program (NEDP) ‘Pathway Program Accreditation’ for 2016-17.

Eligible training centres will be recognised as Gold, Silver or Bronze Pathway Programs, primarily based upon performance and participation in National events and initiatives, as well as representation on National Teams and Squads .

Gold Pathway Program


Varsity Lakes Paddlers Club.
Silver Pathway Programsilver-pathway-program Currumbin Creek Paddlers Club
Kawana Waters Canoe Club
Sunshine Coast Paddlesports Club
Wynnum Redlands Canoe Club

Bronze Pathway Program


Not Applicable

Accredited Pathway Programs will receive direct financial and/or in kind support to enhance the quality of the daily training environment for National Team athletes and future prospects, and to encourage continued participation in National events and initiatives. Recognition as a Pathway Program are reviewed annually for the period July–June.

The Pathway Program Accreditation is an initiative of Australian Canoeing (AC) through the National Elite Development Program (NEDP) and aims to recognise and reward training centres actively contributing to the AC High Performance Pathway.

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