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APP Busan SUP Open Approaching

Next week, the Busan SUP Open will see the debut championship race of K-APP, World Tour action and open participation—all with the brand new backdrop of Gwangalli Beach.

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APP London SUP Open Returns

The APP (Association of Paddle Professionals) London SUP Open Returns to Canary Wharf September 14-18, 2022.

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APP London SUP Open Delayed Due to Strike

The APP (Association of Paddle Professionals) has announced that the London SUP Open, originally scheduled for August 19-21st, 2022, has been postponed to September 16-18th due to strikes going on in the London area.

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APP World Tour Announces 2022 Racing Schedule

The APP is excited to announce its 2022 season for SUP racing that consists of high profile venues across the globe that will deliver world class action and an unforgettable journey towards the crowning of Men's and Women's World Champions.

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Local Knowledge and Experience Win the Day at 2021 Carolina Cup

Danny Ching and April Zilg sweep the field in the Graveyard Race, as taking an alternative line to the rest of the pack proves triumphant for team USA. Then, for the APP Ocean Sprints, Connor Baxter and April Zilg were crowned Champions after stepping up to the challenge in unprecedented conditions at Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina.

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Top-Ranked Paddlers Signing Up for Carolina Cup

With registration now open for the 2021 Carolina Cup and it being the only APP World Tour event for the year, many of the world's top-ranked athletes have already started signing up for the event.

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APP Cancels 2021 Tour

We are disappointed to announce that it has been deemed necessary to postpone the APP World Tour's return to competition until February 2022.

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One Month Countdown to Carolina Cup

With just under a month to go until the Carolina Cup, excitement builds for the first competition of not only 2021 but since the Covid-19 pandemic began. Scheduled for 4th-7th November, the world’s best racers will assemble on Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina for the first stop of the World Racing Tour.

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