Video: the Nautic SUP Paris Crossing 2014
Last weekend, 400 paddlers from around the globe flooded the River Seine to join the Nautic SUP Paris Crossing 2014 race and leisure paddle. Putting in early morning before the sun rose, standup paddlers took off from the National Library of France and paddled past iconic Parisian sites, including the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Museé d’Orsay, and Pont Neuf, in one of the biggest events of the year.
The pro race saw New Caledonia’s Titouan Puyo take top honors in a tight race with Denmark’s Casper Steinfath, as well as French paddlers Gaeten Sene and Eric Terrien, who finished second through fourth respectively. French racer Celine Guesdon took first on the women’s side, ahead of Great Britain’s Joanne Hamilton-Vale and France’s Valerie Vitry, who finished in second and third.
Men’s Pro Results here.
Women’s Pro Results here.