USA earns overall Silver, France Bronze, and Spain Copper
Australia takes Team Relay Gold; USA earns Silver, New Zealand Bronze, and Denmark Copper
10 countries on all five continents win medals, highlighting international growth of SUP under ISA leadership
ISA President Fernando Aguerre said:
“That is a wrap for another incredible edition of the ISA World SUP and Paddleboard Championship.
“We witnessed the world coming together in peace through the shared love of SUP and Paddleboard, which was a beautiful thing.
“The ISA has historically crowned World Champions since 2012 and has developed the sport from the grassroots level, which we witnessed this week with the participation of new nations such as China, Chinese Taipei, and Iran.