Practitioners discover three disciplines.
It is a race against the clock, where it is essential to choose your trajectory well according to the currents and the natural obstacles formed by the rocks.
The goal is to cross the finish line before the others. The competition area is a calm body of water with 9 signposted lanes (9 opponents in direct confrontation).
The game consists of traversing as quickly as possible a white water course of approximately 400 meters, respecting the obligatory materialized passages.
As part of a partnership with UFOLEP, young people have the opportunity to discover other individual and group activities on their practice schedules, one hour per week.
Hopes : Wednesday, 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. | Saturday, 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Confirmed : Wednesday, 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. | Saturday, 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Base Nautique Ado and Mad Tesnière, in Périgueux
✓ Benefit from personalized supervision to learn in complete safety
✓ Participate in departmental competitions
✓ Improve your endurance, self-confidence and stress management
ADDITIONAL SPORTS ACTIVITIES
Coaches combine disciplines to improve performance.
Baptiste, 12 years old
Paddle School practitioner
THE WORD TO MEMBERS
I still love coming to the club to paddle. I meet my friends at the Paddle School, the instructors are nice and the supervised outings are great. I was able to try several disciplines, but what I prefer is the single-seater canoeing downhill.
The club holds the Ecole Française de Canoë-Kayak (EFCK) label, which recognizes structures that have reached a level of quality , as defined in the specifications of the FFCK. Among the main elements of the labeling, the Pagaies Couleurs teaching and learning method allows young practitioners in Périgueux to certify their progress with a diploma.
Each year, and this since 2013, Périgueux Canoë-Kayak also obtains the "Performance Sportive" rating, which is awarded to structures offering a level 1 sporting excellence course (PES 1). The club aims to encourage vocations and encourage young athletes to practice competitively to achieve high levels of performance and make them become the champions of tomorrow.