MIA SUP CLASSIC

MIA SUP CLASSIC

Celebrate fitness with our inaugural stand-up paddle board race in beautiful Biscayne Bay!

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Whether you choose the sprint or the long race - you are certain to have an amazing experience!

MIA SUP CLASSIC OVERVIEW
Presented by Blue World Paddle

//Thursday, January 12th
//$60 per race: Includes shirt, 1-day WZA pass, & race
//Two Race Distances: Sprint (3/4 mile) or Long (2 mile)
//Stand-up Board & Paddle Included
//$500 Blue World Paddle Gift Package Prize
//Race Times from 2PM to 6PM

MIA SUP CLASSIC | HOW TO COMPETE

Pick a course length and a time below:

//2PM Short Race - 3/4 mile course
//5PM Long Race - 2 mile course

Sign up, and bring your sunscreen. Only 40 spots available per race.

MIA SUP CLASSIC | SCHEDULE & DETAILS

SCHEDULE

Race check-in begins one hour prior to your race time. Show up early to find parking.
Fifteen minutes prior to your race, the briefing and course review will take place.
Five minutes prior, you enter the water and line-up behind the starting line.
On the hour, the race begins.

INCLUDED

$60 per athlete, included: the race, a t-shirt, a single-day pass to any day of Wodapalooza (total value of $75)

PRIZES 

First place male and female overall in each race length wins a $500 Blue World Paddle Gift Certificate, as well as a 3-day WZA Pass.

SPRINT COURSE OUTLINE - 3/4 Mile

LONG COURSE OUTLINE - 2 Mile

MIA SUP CLASSIC | RULES & REGULATIONS

-All athletes must use the boards & paddles they are given. No athlete may bring their own board or paddle.
-Time will be judged via chip-timing, starting when an athlete passes the starting line, and finishes, crossing the finish line, all the while on top of their board. 
-Thus, the first athlete to cross the finish line in a given race may NOT be the winner of that race.
-An athlete may not intentionally impede the progress of another rider. This includes forcibly knocking another competitor while riding, however, positioning their board in front of another to prevent passing is acceptable. 
-There will be ONE male and ONE female winner from both the long and sprint race. This means their are only FOUR winners. The top time, by gender, between the earlier and later races, will be deemed the winner. 
-The race must be completed while standing at all times. If an athlete falls down, they must get back up before making intentional forward progress.