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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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Paddle Boarding Island Molat in Croatia

What happens when you take centuries of Croatian, Italian and Venitian culture, sparkle a bit of Ottoman influence (Turkish); spread it out on dozens of carbonate islands; simmer it on warm Adriatic climate with crystal clear turquoise sea; lock it away during the Cold War period (until today) and then go paddling there?

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Places To Visit In 2021

If you're lucky enough to get a vacation in this year we’ve compiled a few places where you’re bound to have a blast at with beautiful scenery surrounding you.

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Top 10 Advanced Tips For Organizing Elite SUP Races

Elite stand up paddle (SUP) races require a few extra touches that make all the difference. These extra touches, though, require an enormous amount of extra time and commitment, so if you’re venturing into these waters, tread carefully. Here are ingredients that go into the recipe of an elite stand up paddle event.

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EuroTour Announces 2021 Schedule

After an unprecedented year for everyone, the folks behind the EuroTour were more than happy to be able to run four successful events in 2020. To say that finalizing the 2021 calendar has been a challenge it's more than an understatement.

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Air France Paddle Festival Postponed To 2021

After holding out hope that the French Polynesia's largest SUP event would take place this year, it has just been announced that the event will be canceled for 2020 and will resume once again in 2021.

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Top 10 SUP Race Organizing Mistakes

There are several mistakes that can seriously undermine or completely ruin your stand up paddleboard (SUP) event. Sometimes these mistakes are not apparent in the first year or years of the event, but eventually catch up and can bring it to a complete halt. With several years of SUP event organizing on the record, there are now some clear patterns and pitfalls that plague events, large and small. Here are some of the top mistakes to avoid.

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