There are several myths surrounding Sup women in the stand-up paddling (SUP) world that are not supported by the facts. Here are a few examples:
Overall, these myths about Sup women in the SUP world are unfounded and do a disservice to the many talented and passionate female paddlers out there. It's important to recognize and celebrate the diversity and inclusivity of the sport, and to support and empower women in SUP and other water sports.
There are many talented women in the SUP racing world, and here are some of the top names:
These sup women, along with many others, have helped to raise the profile of women's SUP racing and inspire a new generation of female paddlers.
There are currently no reliable statistics available that provide a comprehensive comparison of men vs. women professionals in the stand-up paddling (SUP) environment. However, it is widely recognized that there is a gender imbalance in professional SUP competitions, with men typically outnumbering women in both participation and prize money. In recent years, there has been a growing effort to promote gender equality in the sport, including the creation of women's-only events and initiatives to support women in SUP. While progress has been made, there is still a long way to go to achieve true gender parity in the SUP world.
"Can I Surf That" movie trailer to premier May 2015 at the Colorado Kayak's Supply Paddlefest – Brittany Parker, Heather Jackson, Claire Chappell and Nadia Almuti have spent the last two years on the road working on this film.
Board for women – Paiwen Review
This all-around stand up paddle board IS truly designed and built for women. Its planer hull and ability to switch from one to three fins make it a dual purpose flat water or wave board. Be sure to demo this one—It may even exceed your expectations. I've read a review by a fellow who tried SUP surfing on his girlfriend's Paiwen. He raved about how well it handled the waves. But that is just one of it's strong points. It handles beautifully on flatwater.
This epoxy board is quality crafted and beautiful to look at. The ease of handling this 10' board is a real pleasure. This is my travel board when we get-a-way with our truck and camper. It happens to fit nicely on the camper bed in its custom fit cover so I don't have to strap it down.
Once I get it to the water it becomes my "magic carpet." The sum of its qualities is certainly impressive.
The Paiwen board ... made for women
This is board is unique board ... it offers quality, beauty, and reasonable pricing in one complete package. see full review
"Paddle Diva" is most certainly geared to encourage women. They offer yoga, teacher training, stand up paddle board lessons, and host paddle board tours and paddle board retreats just for women! You'll also find a healthy blog here, And be sure to watch the video supporting an important cause, that is, to protect our oceans.
Amagansett, New York, U.S.
View the following video to see Paddle Diva's Rincon retreat:
Wild Women Expeditions
"Wild Women Expeditions" lists a variety of expeditions from stand up paddle expeditions to skiing to kayaking, cycling, rafting, sailing,etc, etc.
Articles for SUP women
DESCRIPTION: A blog on joining generations through SUP–A 64 year old woman writes and SUPing.
DESCRIPTION: Article on SUP yoga trend from Womens health mag
DESCRIPTION: Article on women and fitness: stand up paddle boarding
DESCRIPTION: SUP Connect posts profiles of women racers
Women are a force when it comes to discussing SUP topics for organized events. According to SUP connect and other resources there are just as many women as men that are paddle boarding in organized events. Hence women are actively involved in public discussions to make the stand up paddle boarding world a better place.
In the following article (link below) Julianne Brackett is disqualified for drafting – you have an opportunity at the end of the article to write your opinion.
SURFSTOW SUP Handle:
This handle is a mainstay in my deck bag. If poor conditions force me off the water, I can walk back carrying my board with ease. Its SUPER SUCK feature has never failed (apply on a dry surface).
Find out more at the following link:Surfstow SUP grip
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Candice Appleby, Gillian Gibree, Rebecca Jakeway speak on stand up paddle boarding for women.
Two seniors enjoying a tandum paddling cruise on an inflatable SUP.
Paddleboard Specialists – boards for SUP women
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