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2024 Team England & Team GB Selection Event Announcement

Calling All SUP & Prone Paddlers! Announcing the 2024 ISA & ICF World Championship Selection Event

We are thrilled to announce the upcoming 2024 ISA & ICF World Championship Selection Event, hosted by GBSUP as part of their renowned Paddle Logger Falmouth Bay Open National Series event on June 29th & 30th! This exciting event will serve as the platform for selecting athletes to represent Team GB for the ICF World Championships and Team England for the ISA World Championships.

Paddlers ready to start the distance race

Full details regarding the selection criteria will be released soon, following the selection committee's finalisation and presentation of the official selection policy on behalf of GB Surfing (ISA) & Paddle UK (formerly British Canoeing for ICF). 

GBSUP is diligently crafting an event format for the Falmouth event that adheres to the specific criteria established by ISA and ICF for their respective 2024 championships and locations. The GBSUP Event Team, Gylly Surf Lifesaving Club, and the Selection Committee are currently discussing the most suitable event format, distances, and location within the National Series event to ensure a seamless selection process.

Once the Selection Policy is officially published, a formal Expression of Interest will be opened for competitors aspiring to be part of the Team Selection for the ISA and ICF Championships. The policy will comprehensively outline all necessary criteria for competitors, logistical requirements, and the terms and conditions governing the selection process.

As the details for the Falmouth event in June are finalised, GBSUP will promptly release updates through their website blog.

Slection commitee Logos

Stay tuned for further announcements! We look forward to an exceptional selection event and the opportunity to witness the best British paddling talent vying to represent their nation on the world stage.

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