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Welcome to

The home for SUP Racing and Training in the county of Kent

The Mission

Kent SUP Racing has one goal... 

To bring SUP racing to Kent by promoting racing, training and fitness locally.

We want to push you to become a better paddler through our sessions and events and give you a taste of what SUP Racing is all about.

 

SUP Racing has many benefits, and by working with our experienced delivery partner, Haywood Sports, you will gain the confidence to participate in races held locally and further afield.

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Training Sessions

Run through our delivery partner, Haywood Sports, the training sessions will be an opportunity for you to push your paddling further than ever before.

Each session will be focused on your fitness and paddling skills through interval training and drills.

You will be able to progress your own paddling and build your confidence from these sessions.

Who can take part?

You do not need to be an experienced paddler to join these sessions. However, you need to be confidently standing on your board and stand for the duration of the session. 

What equipment do I need?

Currently, you will need your own board, paddle and leash to take part. You should also bring a couple of clothing options to adjust to the conditions on the day.

Where will sessions be held?

We have multiple locations to use across Kent. Please check the location when booking and for any additional fees payable for launching.

SUP Racing

SUP Racing is more than just competition. It's a way to challenge yourself, a goal to aim for and a community of paddlers with a similar interest.    

We will be hosting local events to give you a taste of what you can expect from the SUP Racing scene further afield.

The races will be a mix of disciplines making the most of our different locations. Expect flat water and coastal events covering distance and technical races.

Who can take part?

The races will cater to all with anyone welcome who wants to give it a go. For the more seasoned paddler, we are looking to build in a competitive structure through a Division system. 

What equipment do I need?

Currently, you will need your own board, paddle and leash to take part. You should also bring a couple of clothing options so you can adjust to the conditions.

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