APP World Tour ‘2023 Busan SUP Open’ Opens
Held at Gwangalli Beach in Busan from October 7th to 9th
2023 APP WORLD TOUR BUSAN SUP OPEN (APP World Tour Busan SUP Open, hereinafter referred to as Busan SUP Open)' will be held at SUPrise Beach in Gwangalli, Suyeong-gu, Busan for three days from October 7th to 9th.
APP World Tour is a professional paddleboard competition that has been held annually in major cities around the world since 2010.
They have already competed twice in Europe this season, in Spain and Portugal, and are planning to move to Asia to compete in Busan, Korea, as the third event of the 2023 APP World Tour. 카지노사이트
KAPP (Korea Paddle Surf Professionals Association), which successfully held the 2022 Busan SUP OPEN and received a great response to the quality of the competition from professional athletes to general participants, held the Han River in May this year to increase interest in domestic marine sports. is leading new trends, such as holding the Asian Championship Race and creating a SUP culture with dogs, and is leading the way to become a marine sports powerhouse.
The Busan SUP Open, now in its second year, features a variety of events that anyone can participate in, including competitions by world-class professional athletes as well as open competitions by amateurs.
In the professional competition, world top rankers such as 2022 season men's world champion and Hawaiian Connor Baxter, who is ranked first this season, last year's Busan SUP Open champions Rai Taguchi (Japan) and Daniel Hasljo (Hungary), and Korean players. The players include Choi Ji-won and Han Seong-ho.
The official match will be held on the 7th and 8th. Professional events include short-distance and long-distance races, and as an extra event, there is a team relay race between professionals and the general public.
Amateur events are also held in short distances and long distances.
The long distances are divided by age (open division, U18, U16, U14) and are 3km or 6km, and anyone can participate.
The professional competition will award prize money of 25,000 euros, while the amateur competition will award prize money worth 2 million won.
Trophies will be awarded to the overall winners of each event, including youth, and individual medals will be awarded to the winners of each event.
Additionally, a participation medal is provided to all participants, and prizes are being prepared through various events.
The BUSAN SUP OPEN, the Korean competition of the APP World Tour hosted by APP and KAPP and organized by KAPP and Suyeong-gu, will be broadcast on the MBC Plus Sports channel through Busan MBC, the host broadcaster.