November 16 (Sun) All Japan Stand Up Paddleboard Championship RACE division was held in Miura Coast, Miura City, Kanagawa Prefecture. I will report the situation mainly on photographs.
Photo by Takayuki Ide
The 3rd All Japan Stand Up Paddleboard Championship
The all-Japan SUP championship which is the third time this time is a race competition which Japanese top class SUP players compete, sponsored by the All Japan SUP Championship Executive Committee / Nippon Stand Up Paddle Board Association.
Activity Japan co-sponsored, we also went to the interview and cheering.
We set up a booth from early morning. Although it seems to be sunny, the wind is a bit strong. And it was cold early in the morning (> <)
Entry of players' entries started around 8 o'clock
The opening ceremony took place at 9 o'clock and there was a greeting by guests
Following opening ceremony, athlete meeting
This time, Activity Japan co-sponsored, so the logo entered the panel!
Commemorative photo shooting with athlete, SUPA stakeholder
Elite Fleet Men's Department
Men's players in the elite fleet division arrive at the start position and wait for a start signal
Start all at once! Players who row out successively
Elite Fleet girls' department
Next, the female players of the elite fleet division will go to the start line
And girls also started! The elite fleet division men's players who first started looking far away
The race is also in the middle!
Araki who came back at the top, Kanako player (right) and Murimori player (left) approached!
Women players are doing their best!
The race is finally over!
Kaneko stands at the top by dragging Araki! However Araki fell down and played a dead heat!
Kaneko Kenny, who came back in first place, was a great race!
Girls also goal!
Yokoyama who came back with the elite fleet girls first place!
Yokoyama players from the left from elite fleet girls, Sato in second place, Hoshino player in third place
Open fleet part started
The open fleet division is divided between boys and girls.
Both men and women have race board class (blue), surfboard class (yellow), inflatable class (orange), which are distinguished by the bibs color, but they start all at once.
Girls start after boys
And it came back! Inflatable class Hirata players returning at the top
Nagato's 73-year-old Nagisaki who finished amazingly, is awesome!
Finally, an awards ceremony was held for each class. congratulations! !
Men's Elite Fleet Winners
Female Elite Fleet Winners
Everyone in the Open Fleet category winners
Two people who won the fighting award respectively as the youngest player and the oldest player
Detailed results are here
The 3rd All Japan SUP Championship RACE Result
WEB SITE: http://www.supa-japan.org/