Welcome to the SUP AC Race Series 2022. This is our 9th year of our Summer Series, which consists of 5 Monthly races: May 21; June 18; July 23; August 20; September 17. Points are awarded for 1st through 10th placed per open and age divisions for both Male and Female Athletes. The Top three place finishers, in each division, per points will receive a SUP AC CUP at the season finally in September. All athletes shall also receive a SUP AC Series shirt The race season starts May 21st, at the Albany Avenue Boat Ramp, North on the Intercoastal, circumventing Atlantic City's Chelsea and Ventnor Heights sections. This is the same 6 Mile loop that Paddle for a Cause introduced at their race last year.
Check us out on Facebook at SUP AC with all registration flowing through Paddleguru.com. Any questions or concerns please call Race Director: Tom Forkin, 609-515-4969
Dear WiSE Friend,
For over 40 years, Wilderness Southeast (WiSE), a nonprofit organization in Savannah, Georgia, has provided dynamic eco-adventures and unparalleled environmental education for students, families, and groups of all ages. We are seeking urgent funding for WiSE, so that we may continue connecting people to nature and reintroduce our flagship program, Fish Gotta Swim©, to the public schools this fall. We have several outstanding grant applications but may be forced to close our doors if we do not receive funding soon.
Unfortunately, due to constraints imposed by the pandemic, our finances and in-person programs have been severely curtailed. One of these programs is Fish Gotta Swim©, our hands-on, environmental education program for underserved middle school students in Chatham County.
To raise awareness and much-needed funds, WiSE is sponsoring a virtual "Paddle Battle" all summer long for SUPs, kayakers and nature enthusiasts everywhere. The Paddle Battle runs from June 21st - September 7th, and its boundaries for participation are limitless (compete from anywhere)! Participants can win prizes for the most water miles logged and/or money raised - individually or as a "TEAM" - on Give Lively.org.
Visit our GiveLively.org page to donate to our campaign or create a TEAM or INDIVIDUAL FUNDRAISING PAGE for the Paddle Battle. Simply click "I want to fundraise for this" on our campaign page. Upload your pics and videos on social media with the hashtags #FishGottaSwim and #PaddleBattle! More prize categories will be announced soon on our website (https://www.wilderness-southeast.org) as well as our Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/WildernessSoutheast/). Tell your friends, and help us emphasize the "FUN" in fundraising!
Will you please help to give WiSE the monetary foundation it needs not only to recover from the pandemic, but to grow and thrive? The future of our children and our planet depends on immersive eco-education programs like Fish Gotta Swim©!
BOLD IN THE FACE OF FEAR
The Crossing For Cystic Fibrosis is a long-distance endurance paddle challenge and international championship race that takes paddlers 80 miles across the Gulf Stream from Bimini in the Bahamas back to the Florida mainland. The event was inspired because of the incredible health benefits of the Ocean for those living with cystic fibrosis, a terminal lung disease. Travis Suit's daughter Piper was diagnosed with CF when she was four years old.
Pier 360 celebrates the best of beach life with an awesome, FREE, all ages festival! With ocean sports competitions, live music, food and drinks, interactive games, sampling by some of your favorite brands and so much more, Pier 360 offers a peek into iconic SoCal beach culture and brings together thousands of guests for a day of good vibes. Whether you're hanging with the family, competing on land or at sea or partying with your friends–Pier 360 has got it all!
Elite 7-mile open water course (for 2022): runs from Money Island to Island Heights in a double-lap loop in the following categories: SUP, kayak, outrigger canoe, surfski, prone, and open water rowing. Age subdivisions available at signup per gender in the singles event. A minimum of three paddlers required in class for awards.
100-meter sprint: Although no longer held in the protected canal section of the river, the 2022 sprint will run in Money Island cove, with exposure to potential wind. SUPs, Surfskis (or if one is brave enough), k1s, are all welcome craft in the sprint. The first man and woman to finish the sprint in each of the categories will win a prize.
$50.00 singles event
$85.00 tandem event
Sign up for the open water AND sprint, and get the sprint free!
Hosted by Seacoast Paddleboard Club, the IOS Invitational is a sporty 14+ mile round-trip paddleboard crossing to the Isles of Shoals which are located approximately 6 miles off the coast of Maine and New Hampshire.
As one of the most challenging paddleboard events in New England, this open ocean excursion serves as a fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters of NH.
An invitation to participate in this charity paddle is open to all past paddlers, or any paddler who possesses the confidence and skill necessary to complete the 14+ mile open ocean paddle.
Visit our website for registration information and additional details.
Join us for the fourth annual Red River Paddle Challenge!
The Red River Paddle Challenge (RRPC) is a 44 kilometer (~27 miles) long distance paddling race on the Red River beginning in Winnipeg, Manitoba and ending down river in Lockport, Manitoba. We welcome all types of paddling craft, including kayaks, canoes, surfskis, outrigger canoes, stand up paddleboards, or other craft. Basically our motto is if you can paddle it you can race it!