Now in its forth year Legend of the Bay has become the season opener for kite surf and stand up board surf competition here in U.K.
We are so excited about our BSUPA Women SUP Instructors Workshop and the final arrangements are coming together well.
“This BSUPA Women SUP Instructors Workshop on April 21st in Essex is suitable for all levels of Instructor. Even those who are inexperienced or still working through their shadowing hours will learn a lot and make new friends. The atmosphere will be one of participation, sharing and helping each other. For full details and to book, please go to:
BSUPA welcomes the following news regarding the launch of a new organisational structure for the GBSUP Race Series. Here’s to the hard work so far and congratulations to those who will be working hard to take this forward.
From two sports there can only be one person that can be crowned Legend of the Bay. This April in Watergate Bay Cornwall the legend will be found.
Date: April 28th & 29th 2018
Location: Watergate Bay Cornwall
Polkerris Beach SUP Race Festival in collaboration with Mad Hatter Sports Events is a new and exciting event for 2018 open to anyone interested in getting involved in SUP racing in the beautiful setting of Polkerris Beach. #MadHatterHi5ive
BSUPA are pleased to announce dates and venues for this coming season’s Surf sup series.
The 2017 Watergate Bay Sup Surf championship was a stand-out event for numerous reasons. With titles on the line and highly competitive fleets including the largest women’s fleet in BSUPA history, it was an event that promised action you wouldn’t want to miss.
What: SUP Instructors Workshop for women
When: April 21st 2018 10am-6pm
Where: Hadleigh Park, in Essex
There are two international events requiring Team England selection in SUP surf, race and prone paddle board disciplines. Given that the surf SUP team has already been selected from the previous British Stand Up Paddle Board Association (BSUPA) surf series the race team has yet to be selected. Ideally, it would be preferable for all race disciplines to follow a comparable process however, there are a number of factors which impinge upon doing so. The following will outline the process involved, clearly define selection criteria and importantly elaborate upon an improved collaborative approach with an ethos of bringing together a broader and more divers attendance.
In November, BSUPA Member Zoe and her friend Imogen noticed that one of their favourite locations for river SUP was being spoiled by an excess of litter. These two litter clearing trail blazers were not prepared to see their beautiful stretch of river succumb to this needless fate and bravely decided to do something about it with a SUP River Clean Up.