The list of people selected in the Leisure and Pro divisions (800 and 100 respectively), as well as the corresponding waiting lists (240 and 30 respectively) are online.
1) For those selected: Monday October 7, you will receive an email with a link allowing you to pay the participation fees and finalize your registration (you can send us the medical certificate later). If you didn't get this message within 48 hours (check your spam box by any chance!), please contact us. Be careful, you will have until Monday October 21 at midnight to take action!
2) After October 21, in order to complete the list of participants, we will contact individually, according to the order of ranking, the individuals on the 2 waiting lists displayed on the website. If the number of withdrawals from the main list exceeds 240 (Leisure) or 30 (Pro), we will approach other pre-registered persons beyond the 240th spot on the leisure waiting list (or the 30th spot in Pro).
Organized by Nautic Festival SA for the Nautic Paris Boat Show, the 10th Nautic Paddle is scheduled for December 8th, 2019.
The race will take place in Paris, with an exceptional setting on the Seine River between the National Library of France (Bibliothèque Nationale de France) and the port Javel Bas. 1000 participants, consisting of professionals and amateurs alike, are expected to be in attendance for the competition.
Route #1: “LEISURE” division. Approximate distance of 11 kilometers.
Route #2: “PRO” division. Distance of 13.5 kilometers with the additional challenge of a circuit around two islands: Île de la Cité and Île Saint-Louis.
It is possible to participate in the event solo or as a group (4 people maximum). In both cases, each participant will have their own paddle. Then, there will be a lottery to determine the individuals and teams selected to participate.
Registration fees are 60 euros including VAT per participant.
Note: as in 2018, the last stage of the APP World Tour (Association of Professional Paddlers) will take place during the 10th edition of the Nautic Paddle, with a start planned at the same time as the main race. The Nautic Paddle will once again crown the 2019 World Champions (Women and Men).
Who will succeed the American Shae Foudy and the French Arthur Arutkin who lifted the crown last year?