Stand up Paddle Board

Stand up paddle surfing (SUP), stand up paddle boarding, or in the Hawaiian language Hoe he’e nalu, is sport originating in Hawaii, an offshoot of surfing, that enables surfers to paddle farther into the ocean and typically. A 2013 report called it the outdoor sporting activity with the most first-time participants of any in the United States that year.[1] Paddlers race on lakes, large rivers and canals, ride standing waves, and glide over long distances along sea coasts, often using tail winds to aid the trip.


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