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2022 ISA World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard Championship

Info for Event Participants

October 28 – 6 November / San Juan
2022 ISA World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard Championship

Info for Event Participants

October 28 – 6 November / San Juan
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This year’s WSUPPC is the 9th edition of the ISA event. SUP Racing and Paddleboard will be staged in the heart of San Juan’s famous Laguna del Condado and Bahia de San Juan. SUP Surfing is scheduled to take place in “La 8”, a well-known local break.

Below you will find all the relevant information for participating National Teams.

  • Invitation Letter

    Please click the following link to download an invitation letter on behalf of the Organizing Committee and Puerto Rico Surfing Federation: 2022 ISA WSUPPC Invitation Letter

    If a customized letter is required for visa purposes, please email [email protected]

  • Team Size

    Competitors Per Category

      • SUP Surfing: Men (2), Women (2)
      • SUP Racing Technical: Men (2) Women (2)
      • SUP Racing Distance: Men (2) Women (2)
      • Paddleboard Racing Technical: Men (1), Women (1)
      • Paddleboard Racing Distance: Men (1), Women (1)
      • SUP Sprint Racing: Men (1), Women (1)
      • Junior SUP Racing Technical: Boys (1), Girls (1)
        • The junior athlete must not turn 19 on/before December 31, 2022.
  • Team Transportation & Rentals
  • Accommodation Options

    Please visit this link for a complete list of Hotels with promo codes & discounts:

    PUERTO RICO ACCOMODATION HOTEL LIST >

  • Registration

    We expect to open team registration in August. Check back soon for more details.

    Considering the 2022 ISA WSUPPC is a Qualifying Event for the 2023 Pan American Games, only ISA Members from territories with representation of a National Olympic Committee (NOC) are eligible to compete. This applies to all attending countries, regardless of continent. More information on Pan Am Games Qualification below.

  • 2023 Pan Am Games Qualification

    The Pan American (Pan Am) Games is a continental multi-sport event for countries from the Americas. The 2023 Pan Am Games will take place in Santiago, Chile from October 20 to November 5, 2023, of which Surfing (Shortboard, Longboard, SUP Surf, and SUP Race) will take part.

    The 2022 ISA WSUPPC will serve as one of the Qualifying Events for top ranking athletes from the Americas to qualify for the 2023 Pan Am Games. A summary of the athletes per discipline that will qualify are as follows:

    • SUP Race – top-ranking four (4) Men and top-ranking four (4) Women in the SUP Tech Race
    • SUP Surfing – top-ranking four (4) Men and top-ranking four (4) Women in the SUP Surf Division

    The complete Qualification System for the 2023 Pan Am Games can be found HERE that further details the Qualifying Events, quota maximum per discipline/country, hierarchy of events, etc.

    To consult the ISA Rulebook that applies to all Qualification Events and the 2023 Pan Am Games, please click here.

    Only ISA Members from territories with representation of a National Olympic Committee (NOC) are eligible to compete at the 2022 ISA WSUPPC. This applies to all attending countries, regardless of continent.

  • ISA Rulebook

    Following a review by the ISA Technical Committee and upon the approval of the ISA Executive Committee, a number of important revisions and updates have recently been made to the ISA Rulebook.

    View the updated version of the ISA Rulebook by clicking here:

  • Anti-Doping

    As a signatory to the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Code, the ISA implements a strict adherence to the Code as a way to ensure a clean, healthy and fair sporting atmosphere for all athletes.

    In registering for the 2022 ISA WSUPPC, all athletes must adhere to the ISA Anti-Doping Rules which, among other requirements, states that all Athletes competing in ISA World Championships shall be subject to In Competition Testing at any time, with or without advance notice.

    Athletes are responsible for making sure any medication that is taken is not listed on the 2022 WADA Prohibited Substance List.

    For more information regarding the ISA’s Anti-Doping Program, including a link to the ISA Anti-Doping Rules, WADA Prohibited Substance List, instructions on how to apply for a Therapeutic Use Exemption Form (TUE), and the contact information for the International Testing Agency, please visit the ISA’s Anti Doping page here: http://www.isasurf.org/development-programs/anti-doping/

  • Event Schedule

    2022 ISA WSUPPC Tentative Schedule

    *Please note, the following event schedule is tentative and subject to change at any time at the ISA’s discretion*

    • Thursday – Oct 27
      • Managers’ Meeting – 2 people per team required to attend
      • Location: TBC
      • Time: 7pm-9pm
    • Friday – Oct 28
      • Parade of Nations / Opening Ceremony
        • Location: TBC
        • Time: TBC
    • Saturday – Oct 29
      • Surfing Competition
        • Location: La Ocho
        • Time: 7am – 5pm (TBC)
    • Sunday – Oct 30
      • Surfing Competition
        • Location: La Ocho
        • Time: 7am – 5pm (TBC)
    • Monday – Oct 31
      • Surfing Competition
        • Location: La Ocho
        • Time: 7am – 5pm (TBC)
    • Tuesday – Nov 1
      • Surfing Competition and/or Technical Racing
        • Location: La Ocha
        • Time: 7am – 5pm (TBC)

     

    • Wednesday – Nov 2
      • Technical Racing
        • Location: La Ocho
        • Time: TBC
    • Thursday – Nov 3
      • Reposition Webcast and Set Courses for Long Distances and Sprints
    • Friday – Nov 4
      • Long Distance Racing
        • Location: TBC
        • Time: TBC
    • Saturday – Nov 5
      • Sprint Races
        • Location: TBC
        • Time: TBC
    • Sunday – Nov 6
      • Relay Races
        • Location: TBC
        • Time: TBC
      • Closing Ceremonies
        • Location: TBC
        • Time: TBC
      • Aloha Beach Party
        • Location: TBC
        • Time: TBC
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