Singapore Ocean Cup
17-18 Nov 2018
Siloso Beach, Sentosa Island, Singapore
The Singapore Ocean Cup is the biggest Ocean Racing Championship in South East Asia, including SUP, Surfski, Outrigger Canoeing athletes.
It hosts the country’s biggest annual outrigger championship race. Set in the course that covers Sentosa and Singapore’s Southern Islands, crews will be met with surprising water conditions and currents that will test fitness and racing strategies. It promises to be an exciting 3 days of racing for OC1, V1, Surf Ski, SUP and OC6 paddlers.
Paddling races are open to teams and individuals who will compete in the Men’s, Women’s and Mixed categories:
• Premier races: Singapore Ocean Cup Outrigger Canoes
• Outrigger Single Canoes
• SUPs relay
• Outrigger Canoe Sprints
SPC is proud to welcome local and international teams. Local and international athletes from Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii, UAE, South Africa and Hungary will come to Singapore to compete in the race categories under the arduous Singapore conditions.
So book your flights now and come race with us in sunny Singapore!
Watch this space for news on Registration, schedule, and events!
Race Day Logistics
(Info subject to change)
Race Start: River Lodge Resort
675 Parker Dam Rd
Parker Dam, CA 92267
Late sign in and registration
9:00am Race starts
STARTING ORDER (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)
*ALL OC 6 WOMEN CLASSES
*ALL OC6 MEN / COED
ALL OC 1 / 2 / SURFSKI
ALL SUP 12’6 / 14 / UNLIMITED
ALL RECREATIONAL / HOBIE / KAYAK CLASSES
*may separate unlimited classes
If you are racing an OC2 or Tandem, all members must sign up and pay their entry fees individually.
Race Finish: Bluewater Resort and Casino Amphitheatre (map)
11300 Resort Dr. Parker, AZ 85344
(water or beach finish TBA)
12:00P cut-off time for timed finish
1:00P Lunch served (subject to change)
1:30P Awards and Racer's Raffle
Over 300 cancer survivors and supporters will paddle six-person outrigger canoes across the 'Au'au channel from Lahaina to Lana'i, a 34-mile round trip journey, to raise funds for the Pacific Cancer Foundation in their 10th Annual Paddle for Life fundraiser.