BSUPA Surf Sup Series

BSUPA are pleased to announce dates and venues for this coming season’s Surf sup series.

The 2018 series will be made up of three stops, Saunton, Fistral and Watergate Bay. 2018 is a milestone for BSUPA as it marks the 10th Anniversary of the Association staging competitions, with many riders of those first events still activity competing against the new school of Sup surfers.

Dates & Venues

26th/27th May 2018
Saunton Sands, North Devon
Organizer: Max Shepherd
On-line Entry: www.walking-on-waves.com

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9th/10th June 2018
Fistral Beach, Newquay, Cornwall
Organizer: Dom Moore
On-line Entry: www.eventbrite.co.uk

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Rescheduled to 27th/28th October 2018 – Finals
Watergate Bay, Cornwall
Organizer: Richard Marsh
On-line Entry: www.webcollect.org.uk

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Key Over all Division

Open Men
Open Women
Under 16 Boys
Under 16 Girls

Sub Division

Seniors 28 – 35
Masters 35 – 45
Grand Master – 45

Age Categories- Ages are taken from January 1st in the year of participation

The overall winners and runners up in the Open Men and Open Women Division will be giving the opportunity to represent Team England at the 2019 European Championships and I.S.A Worlds Stand Up Paddleboard Championship. Eligibility as set out by Surf England/BSUPA. Full details will available on BSUPA website.

Each event will be run over a weekend, format will be based on number of entries, and potential weather conditions.

All individuals wishing to compete in any of the 2018 Surf Sup Series will need to be members of BSUPA.

2018 Series Rules will be published on BSUPA by the end of February 2018

For more information on this years BSUPA National Surf Sup Series please contact Richard Marsh via e-mail [email protected]

Series and additional event information will be published via BSUPA Website and Facebook page.

Watch highlights of the 2017 BSUPA National Surf Sup Championships from Watergate Bay:

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British Stand Up Paddleboard Association is a non-profit sporting association, established to promote a positive awareness to the sport in the UK and abroad, through its professional training program and competitions.