SUP Film Entered Into London Film Fest Needs Your Help

LONDON, England - A group of friends in England wanted to go on an epic adventure and they decided to paddle 175 miles along the longest river in Britain, the infamous River Severn.

The team followed the river from its source in mountainous Wales to its mouth in the Bristol Channel. This group of friends all did this on their inflatable paddle boards! Along the way they made some friends and great memories.


During their almost 200 mile journey, the guys decided to document their travels and ended up making an awesome short film about it. The Source2Sea team, as they are known, have had their epic short film entered as the only SUP entry for the London Surf Film Festival and really need the help of the SUP community. They want to share their short film, spread the paddleboard message and maybe even win the festival.


Watch the video and enjoy. To help this movie win the festival, please click here and Facebook like their film. Please share with anyone who might like to see them win.


Last modified onSunday, 25 January 2015 17:04

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