the ultimate sup race
Are you ready to rally the troops and create a championship winning team?
Mixing the intensity of SUP racing with the camaraderie of team spirit, the four-person Red Dragon marks the evolution of competitive SUP team racing.
Red Paddle Co Racing are inviting paddle boarders from all over the world to come together and compete in the inaugural DRAGON WORLD SERIES. Regional events will see teams of four battling it out across the globe, granting anyone who competes instant qualification to the DRAGON WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS.
At 22 feet long, 34” wide and 8” thick, the Red Dragon is a world apart from any other board on the market. Built using industry leading MSL© technology, the Red Dragon is light, rigid and exceptionally easy to transport as a checked bag on a plane.
DRAGON WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
DRAGON WORLD SERIES
For a full calendar of Dragon World Series events please click the link below.
got a question?
HOW MUCH DOES EACH EVENT COST?
Entry fees may vary depending on the size and type of event. Please ensure you check this with the event organiser when entering.
I HAVE NEVER RACED BEFORE - CAN I ENTER?
Yes, everyone is welcome to compete!
HOW DO I SIGN UP?
Simply email your local event organiser to secure your spot. You can find all their details on our regional events page.
HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN BE ON A TEAM?
You will need four (4) people to compete in every race, but you can substitute a maximum of two people per race.
WHO CAN TAKE PART?
Anyone over the age of 12 years can enter a Dragon World Series event. No matter whether you’re a beginner or professional, everyone’s welcome.
DO I NEED MY OWN BOARD?
You may be able to hire a Red Dragon from your local SUP school, but we highly recommend buying your own for training purposes. *Please note you will only be able to compete on a Red Dragon.
DO I HAVE TO USE A CERTAIN PADDLE?
No. This event is open to all and as such you can quite literally choose your weapon to do battle with all the other teams.
Where do I buy one?
To find your nearest retailer, click here.
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