EDBF Logo

Add EDBF Widgets to your website!

Want to show the latest EDBF news on your own website? Or the upcoming European dragon boat events?
Create your own widget to display the latest news or the next events on the calendar on your own website!
Use EDBF CSS or use your own styles, show just a few lines or show more text: it's up to you!

Select the options you would like to show:

Check below what your Widget will look like. If you are happy, select the HTML code in the textbox above, and copy and paste into your own website.

Example of your widget:

What's happening at Facebook?
  • European Dragon Boat Federation European Dragon Boat Federation
    June 22 2016 08:28am
    Please ensure that Bulletins 1, 2 & 3 for the Roma 2016 - 12th EDBF European Dragon Boat Nations Championships are read carefully. Lots of questions are coming into the secretariat and the answers are in the Bulletins.
    Comment Like
  • European Dragon Boat Federation European Dragon Boat Federation
    June 19 2016 09:12pm
    12th EDBF Nations Championships 2016 16 Nations entered!
    thumb up10 people like this.
    Comment Like
  • European Dragon Boat Federation European Dragon Boat Federation
    June 11 2016 12:38pm
    Check out the Google Doodle!
    Google Doodle Celebrates Asia's Dragon Boat Festival

    thumb up25 people like this.
    Comment Like
  • European Dragon Boat Federation European Dragon Boat Federation
    June 9 2016 07:43pm
    ENC 2016 - A reminder that the closing date for the Named Entries is Sunday, 12th June 2016.
    thumb up3 people like this.
    Comment Like
  • European Dragon Boat Federation European Dragon Boat Federation
    June 8 2016 09:06am
    For those that like doing the capsize drill!
    thumb up19 people like this.
    Comment Like
  • European Dragon Boat Federation European Dragon Boat Federation
    June 5 2016 02:00pm
    Great photo by Dragon Boat Innovate.
    thumb up17 people like this.
    Comment Like
  • European Dragon Boat Federation European Dragon Boat Federation
    June 3 2016 10:32pm
    Another interesting article by Paddlechica.
    3 Elements of Training: Tips to Develop Your Paddling Skills - Paddlechica

    thumb up22 people like this.
    Comment Like
  • European Dragon Boat Federation European Dragon Boat Federation
    June 3 2016 04:28pm
    European Nations Championships - Rome 2016 We are hoping to having the electronic training session booking system up and running for early next week. Please be patient as the system is currently showing the schedule, but you cannot book the slots yet.
    thumb up3 people like this.
    Comment Like
  • European Dragon Boat Federation European Dragon Boat Federation
    June 1 2016 01:26pm
    Below is a little insight into where our page fans come from. Interesting to see how far and wide the sport has spread. Now come on Europe help spread the word and get out page LIKES up. Germany - 217 United Kingdom - 209 Hungary - 113 Poland - 83 Italy - 79 Netherlands - 73 Australia - 66 United States of America - 55 Spain - 50 Ukraine - 43 Canada - 39 Czech Republic - 38 Cyprus - 35 Ireland - 29 France - 28 Sweden - 27 Hong Kong - 24 Philippines - 20 Russia - 17 Switzerland - 13 Senegal - 12 Singapore - 12 Serbia - 12 Malaysia - 11 Norway - 10 United Arab Emirates - 10 India - 9 Austria - 8 Portugal - 6 Macau - 6 Slovakia - 6 Trinidad and Tobago - 6 China - 6 Iran - 5 Estonia - 5 New Zealand - 5 Romania - 5 Puerto Rico - 4 Japan - 4 French Polynesia - 4 Vietnam - 4 South Africa - 3 Israel - 3 South Korea - 3 Brazil - 3
    thumb up25 people like this.
    Comment Like
  • European Dragon Boat Federation European Dragon Boat Federation
    May 30 2016 04:21pm
    PADDLE FOR THE PLANET DAY - Saturday, 4th June 2016 PRESS RELEASE Paddle For the Planet gets behind novel river cleaning system Durban – Having raised R60 000 during the 2015 Paddle for the Planet programme, the innovative environmental awareness and fundraiser has teamed up with the Dusi Umgeni Conservation Trust (DUCT) and MACE Labs to introduce the ground-breaking Booms, Bins and Bags project to help clean up the Mngeni River. Dr Deborah Robertson-Andersson is the Director of MACE Labs and has been working hard at trying to implement a project that will be able to catch plastic and other debris from oceans and rivers and with the help of DUCT and Paddle for the Planet she has found support to get the project off the ground. “I did a presentation at uShaka Marine World recently about the impacts of microplastics on the environment and the word spread that I was looking into developing a bin that we could use in order to catch plastic and all other debris,” she mentioned. “We were approached by Paddle for the Planet and along with DUCT we thought that it was a perfect fit in terms of all of us moving in the same direction trying to clean up our rivers and oceans.” MACE and DUCT have been working closely with Paddle for the Planet in working out the regions in which they will set up these bins and Robertson-Andersson’s hope is that they will be able to withstand all varying weather conditions. “We have left it up to DUCT to decide where the bins are going to go along the Mngeni River however we have been dealt a bit of a blow with the weather that we received over the weekend and we are going to have to see whether the bins and the structures erected will withstand that sort of barrage. “We do not receive all-year rainfall so we are going to have to monitor the bins closely in order to make sure they perform,” she explained. Monitoring the amounts of plastic and other pollutants is key to the project for Robertson-Andersson and her team so keeping a close eye on them and taking frequent recordings will be paramount to their research. “We will probably try and monitor the bins for about a year at first with us taking readings and checking them on a monthly basis. “This is going to also be part of a greater Community engagement project because it is important that the local people understand the threat that pollution in our rivers has on the wildlife of the region. “It is great to partner up with people like DUCT and Paddle for the Planet because we are all thinking along to same lines in that we are trying to protect both our fresh water and its animal life as well as the sea and the creatures that inhabit its waters,” a concerned Robertson-Andersson stressed. The annual global Paddle For The Planet relay highlights environmental threats to oceans and waterways and actively seeks to support research and implementation of technology and interventions aimed at addressing serious environmental threats. It is hoped that the MACE and DUCT collaboration on dealing with pollution in the Mngeni River will serve as a pilot project for wider implementation of the Booms, Bins and Bags programme. More information can be found at www.paddlefortheplanet.org
    thumb up3 people like this.
    Comment Like
  • European Dragon Boat Federation European Dragon Boat Federation
    May 27 2016 08:17pm
    Bulletin No. 3 for the 12th EDBF European Nations Championships in Eur Rome, Italy has been published. It can be downloaded from here, or you can check the calendar, all documents will be downloadable from the calendar as well.
    EDBF News Archive: 2016-05-27 - 12th EDBF European Nations Championships - Bulletin No. 3

    thumb up2 people like this.
    Comment Like
    • Marek Chłopek
      Marek Chłopek Dear EDBF, Kimberly,Claudio, I would like to draw attention to the increasing every year the fee for participation in the drago boat competition. This happens at a time when there is a deflation in Eurozone and the prices of services and goods are falling, not rising. What causes this increase in fees? Seperate issue is outrageous fee for accompanying persons, eg. children of athletes at the level of EUR 30. They do not receive any benefits related to the participation in the event - only have the right to enter into the athletes zone. The cost of the production is probably less than EUR 1, may be up to 5 EUR with the time required to print it out, but certainly not 30 euros. Why EDBF wants to make money at the expense of my children? This seems to be really unfair. Really.
      May 27 2016 08:17pm
    • European Dragon Boat Federation
      European Dragon Boat Federation Marek thank you for your comments. This is one of the items on the Agenda for discussion at the next AGA which will be held on 1st August 2016 in Rome. The charge is for those supporters who wish to gain access to the athletes village and therefore have access to all the extra facilities in there e.g. toilets, tent shelter as well as the ID pass, which all have a cost associated with them at a championships. This year's chamionships was chosen by the EDBF members and as it is in a capital city it is more costly to host.
      May 27 2016 08:17pm
  • European Dragon Boat Federation European Dragon Boat Federation
    May 20 2016 06:03pm
    The Korean Dragon Boat Association is going to host The 3rd Minister of Oceans and Fisheries' Cup, ARA Waterway International Dragon Boat Festival in conjunction with the K-Water and Waterway Plus Corporation. This event will be held from 1st to 2nd of October 2016 at the beautiful canal called Gyeong-in ARA Waterway in Incheon, Korea. They would like to invite 1 x dragon boat team from your association/federation to participate in their race! Further information can be obtained from: LEE SUNG SOO Secretary General KOREAN DRAGON BOAT ASSOCIATION E-mail : dragonrok@daum.net
    thumb up9 people like this.
    Comment Like
  • European Dragon Boat Federation European Dragon Boat Federation
    May 5 2016 06:42pm
    The website for the 12th EDBF European Nations Championships - Rome 2016 is now open. Please visit www.romadragoneur2016.it
    European Dragon Boat Federation

    thumb up14 people like this.
    Comment Like
  • European Dragon Boat Federation European Dragon Boat Federation
    April 29 2016 04:50pm
    It certainly highlighted our sport to the world!
    William and Kate's P.E.I. boat race makes top 10 list

    thumb up25 people like this.
    Comment Like