Stand Up Paddling (or SUP) is administered by SUPSA, and is an affiliate of Canoeing South Africa and the ICF.
Stand-Up Paddling South Africa (SUPSA) is the national sports body for stand-up paddle and prone board riding in South Africa.
SUPSA caters for both SUP surfing and SUP racing disciplines within sport and sanctions national and regional contests to allow SUP riders to gain formal recognition within the sports community.
SUPSA is affiliated to Canoeing South Africa (CSA) and Surfing South Africa (SSA), in order to further the goals of our athletes, both locally and internationally.
SUPSA was formalised in September 2010 in Cape Town after initial discussions in 2009 among KwaZulu-Natal SUP riders about the need for a body to regulate the sport in South Africa.
Annual Membership Fees:
Full Membership R450
Social Membership R175
CSA race rules apply:
1) Full membership allows for entry to all events and races based on proficiency levels. These include flat water, river, inshore events, downwind races and open ocean events and races.
2) Social membership allows for entry into flat water and river races.
SUPSA Board of Directors
President ~ Anja Burger: email@example.com
Vice-President ~ Faz Perin: firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary ~ Caroline Gill: email@example.com
Media Officer ~ Tyra Buncombe: firstname.lastname@example.org
Environmental Officer ~ Betsy Ditcham: email@example.com
SUPSA National Committee
Inland Representative ~ Shawn Peterson
KwaZulu Natal Representative ~ Deon Bosman
Western Province Representative ~ Steve Tripney
Eastern Cape Representative ~ Jonathan Cotterell
SUP SURFING ~ Lizanie Teron
SUP OCEAN RACING ~ Evette Terblanche
SUP RACING ~ Faz Perin
PRONEBOARD ~ Jadon Wessels