Wet Feet/Blue Planet Surf WPA National Race for SUP and Prone Paddlers


Wet Feet Hawaii Blue Planet Surf


Stand Up and Prone Paddlers and Friends Welcomed to Sunset Beach, Oahu
June 30, 2012

(MAY 30, 2012 – HONOLULU, Hawaii) — Race registration is now open for the Wet Feet/Blue Planet Surf World Paddle Association Hawaii Region National Race. The event will be held at Sunset Beach, Oahu, June 30, 2012. Entry can be done online or at Wet Feet or Blue Planet Surf shops. For online entry, click here: http://wetfeetblueplanetsurfrace.eventbrite.com

Elite watermen, waterwomen and paddling enthusiasts of all ages will have the opportunity to paddle the 8 mile miracle stretch of coastline downwind from Sunset Beach to Haleiwa Beach.

Paddlers will compete in age groups for trophies and prizes. The prone race will start at 12:00PM and the SUP race will start at 12:15PM.

Registration is available online until June 28TH. Entrants will receive a commemorative cool-dri paddle shirt, lunch and a chance for raffle prizes.

The World Paddle Association holds national races in 11 regions throughout the United States. Entry in the Hawaii region national race will provide racers with ranking points so they can compare themselves to other racers who use the same board size and are the same age. Placing in the Hawaii region national race can also be used to qualify for the 2012 Hennessy World Championship race. More information can be found at http://worldpaddleassociation.com

About Wet Feet and Blue Planet Surf
Wet Feet and Blue Planet Surf shops share a passion for SUP training and racing. Often assisting each other with instructional clinics the two shops have joined forces to put on this prestigious race. Both shops offer full service sales, rentals and lessons for SUP. More information can be found at http://www.wetfeethawaii.com and http://blueplanetsurf.com


Event Details Contact:
Jeff Chang | 808.255.6255 cell | wetfeet@hawaii.rr.com

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