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World’s Largest SUP Events

Every year SUP athletes and enthusiasts of all levels travel around the world to compete in some of the biggest and most challenging events in the sport. Whether it's technical courses or endurance races, downwind or surf, there are a handful of major events that have have reigned supreme within the SUP community over the past few years.

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Repeat Carolina Cup Victories for Hönscheid and Booth

With near-perfect weather and racing conditions, Germany's Sonni Hönscheid and Michael Booth of Australia successfully defended their championships in the punishing 21-kilometer Graveyard Race at Carolina Cup in Wrightsville Beach. Both plan to go for three in a row in 2020.

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Catching Up With Michael Booth Ahead of 2019 Race Season

Rated one of the top two paddlers in the world in both the Paddle League and APP rankings, Australian Michael Booth returns to Wrightsville Beach to defend his Carolina Cup championship April 24-28. In the interview, Boothy discusses his incredible 2018 season; the upcoming Carolina Cup and 2019 season; his strategy and training; and, some thoughts about the sport of SUP.

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Catching Up With Sonni Honscheid Ahead of 2019 Carolina Cup

Germany’s Sonni Hönscheid, winner of the women’s Paddle League World Title in 2018, sits down with Robert Butler to talk her return to North Carolina to defend her Carolina Cup Championship, her plans for the upcoming season and more.

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Fiona Wylde Dishes on the State of The SUP Industry

In an interview with North Carolina Press Release, Fiona Wylde talks about Annabel Anderson’s hiatus from SUP, the Carolina Cup’s Graveyard Race, her season performance in 2017, and her plans for 2018. Fiona cheers the birth of the newly formed Paddle League, shares her thoughts about the state-of-the-sport, women in SUP, 14-foot boards, and her ongoing challenge with Type 1 diabetes.

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Annabel Anderson Announces Hiatus from SUP

Annabel Anderson of New Zealand, the fastest and world’s top-ranked standup paddle board woman each year since 2012, will take a break in early 2018 for surgery to address a “long-term and horrifically painful ailment” and to fully recover from a serious concussion sustained earlier in the year.

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