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Weʼre raising £5,000 to help support the Great Britain SUP and Paddleboard Team 2018

Braunton, UK
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The Great Britain SUP & Paddleboard team would like to ask you to consider sponsoring them on their journey towards and during the ISA World Championships. The ISA World Championships are in China from the 23rd of November to the 2nd of December 2018. The cost of getting the team and their equipment is expensive. It will cost each individual rider £600 for their flights, £300 for their accommodation, £200 for their board, $250 ISA Entry Fees and £150 for a Visa. This total comes to £1,450 per person. All of the team juggle their paddling with full time jobs or education.

The team consists of 12 riders and a Team Manager. The disciplines for the ISA World Championships are gender equal and include: Distance & Technical SUP, Distance & Technical Paddleboard, SUP Sprints and SUP Surfing. The team includes some internationally established riders and some young guns eager to make their mark on the international scene.

Marie Buchanan has been racing on the international scene since the first ISA World Championships in Peru and has qualified for every World Championships since, always improving on her performances and mixing it up with the world’s best. In Denmark Marie finished 14th in the SUP Distance Race and 15th in the SUP Technical Race. Marie has qualified for the Distance, Technical and Surf SUP disciplines for 2018.

Aaron Rowe has moved through the ranks having been British BSUPA Champion as an Under 16 year old and has maintained that status into the senior ranks being the 2018 British Champion in both the Technical and Distance race. In 2017, Aaron was ranked 47th in the World and also was 9th in the ISA World Championships in Denmark for SUP Surfing. Aaron has also qualified for the SUP surfing.

Other team members include: Ben Pye (Distance and Technical); Ginnie Odetayo (Distance and Technical SUP); Matt Argyle (Surf SUP); Tina Beresford (Surf SUP); Holly Henderson (Distance and Technical Paddleboard); Nick Ayers (Technical Paddleboard); Elle Veale (Under 18) and Ben Moreham (Under18).

British Sup and Paddleboard Team official website

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    • Anni Ridsdill Smith

      Anni Ridsdill Smith

      Nov 18, 2018

      From our Frangipani SUP raffle last night. More to come. Good luck to you all x


    • Denise Hammond

      Denise Hammond

      Nov 12, 2018

      Good luck.


    • Anonymous


      Nov 12, 2018

    • Salli & Perry

      Salli & Perry

      Nov 10, 2018

      Good luck team GB and Ben of course.


    • Mark Price

      Mark Price

      Nov 10, 2018

      Good luck everyone. I hope you have an amazing time. Fly our flag for us with pride! It’s been a great year and I am very much looking forward to watching you and hearing all about it. Go smash it


    • Simon Pratt

      Simon Pratt

      Nov 8, 2018

      Good luck Ben Bye, Marie Buchanan, Holly Henderson and the whole GB team.


    • Anna Little

      Anna Little

      Nov 7, 2018

      Go for it Team GB! This is from Northern SUP Race Team members and others who donated at the Northern Winter Series. xxx


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    Paddlers representing Great Britain at the ISA World Stand Up and Paddleboard Championships 2018 to be held at Ri Yue Bay, Wanning, China from the 23rd Nov – 2nd Dec.

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