Here at GBSUP we would like to recognise all the National Series Champions who have won this award since racing began in the UK.

We realise the dedication and drive that it takes to commit to training, travelling, turning up and consistently being on the podium in an effort to win the National Championship.

We want to showcase you as a paddler to inspire the next generation and those paddling alongside you, year on year.

So please let us know who you are, grab yourselves a great photo and write a short bio giving us the 'year/s' and 'class' you won and we will get you on our Hall of Fame Podium!

Happy Paddling!

Send us your bio, year/s and class here!!

What you said in the '2020' GBSUP Racer Survey

45% of you have been racing for one year or less.
63% of you now see SUP/Prone as your main sport.
80% of you saw yourself as a friendly competitor rather than serious racer.
As the National short course race series moves into it's 7th year the team at GBSUP aim to deliver a year of friendly competitive racing to attract experienced and inexperienced racers to have fun & GET IT ON!
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58% of you are members of clubs.
68% of you do not attend organised SUP race training.
81% of you said you would you if they were available.

What to expect

Stand up paddleboard short course racing in the UK is still developing along with the international race scene. The National series has grown to involve three types of racing; Distance (10 to 16km), Technical (beach or water start with laps around a course of buoys) and Sprint (up to 100m with or without a buoy turn). For more info on the types of races and what's involved click the read more button below.