World’s Top Athletes Prepare for Asia’s First Edition of the ISA World SUP and Paddleboard Championship
196 athletes from 26 nations to compete for Gold
2018 edition in Wanning, China set to crown first
U-18 Gold Medalists
The world’s top SUP surfers, SUP racers, and Paddleboarders are preparing to compete in the 2018 ISA World SUP and Paddleboard Championship (WSUPPC) from November 23 – December 2 in Wanning, China – marking the first time the event has been held in Asia in its seven-year history.
196 athletes from 26 nations will represent their country and stake their claims for the individual Gold Medals and coveted World Team Champion Trophy with the 2018 edition also including the first Junior U-18 Gold Medals in the SUP Technical Races, showcasing the future talent of SUP on a global stage.
Elite athletes from around the world have confirmed their presence at the event, including past ISA Gold Medalists Michael Booth (AUS), Shakira Westdorp(AUS), Luiz Diniz (BRA), Casper Steinfath (DEN), Titouan Puyo (FRA), Daniel Hasulyo (HUN), Candice Appleby (USA), and Connor Baxter (USA).