A SUP can go a max of 7 mph during a sprint. Paddle board speed depends on fitness, the size of the board, type of board and weather. Average speed is about 3 mph.
SUP speed record
Most races are lined over 200 meters and while the speeds tend to be quicker, they are powered by the strength of the people who run on water using paddles and paddles. Racing faster than 200 m will give the incorrect pace perception, since a fast crash is harder to sustain than a sprint over many miles.
In 2016, the fastest paddler 200 m title in 53.12 seconds and converted it into around 6.5 mph in 2016. The rest of the paddle boarding speed records come from competition. Although many paddlers would like to do it fast, Danny Ching went much faster in 2014. In just 46.60 seconds, he completed 200 m. It can be translated to around 9.34, so it would be that he knows the pace over an hour.
Average speed of SUP
Many paddlers are intimidated by the slow speed they have on a paddle board, but as it is only natural that a normal speed is reached at the SUP. After all, it is hard enough to try to maintain your balance in flowing water when you are struggling to walk in a straight line.
Many paddlers should fly between 3 to 4.5 miles per hour through the river, which is a fun, calming pace. Startup paddlers and visitors will conserve money for longer journeys so that they do not swim just too fast.
Racers are moving quicker, and the easier their board is, the better for them. We will reach a reasonable race pace of 5-7 miles per hour with proper paddling and racing tactics. If a racers have the wind behind them, and have spent a lot of time in the perfect board and discovered the right way, they can go a little faster.
The fact is that the more fit and comfortable you are, the faster you will paddle and the easier you push the paddle board that will bring a great impact on the speed.
If you are new to paddling or gradually improving your fitness, you won’t really move soon. When you advance in the sport and improve your strength and paddling technique, you can find that you can paddle faster and float better through the water so that your pace improves automatically.
You see people moving around you much faster than you are when you move on a paddles chair. Don’t underestimate someone who appears to move too easily – they ‘re going to start as a beginner too and maybe it took a long time to drive their SUP that easily.
Size of board
Your paddle board can affect your speed enormously. You won’t get the absolute best because you have the wrong size board and that’s how easy you can do it. The measurement of a board volume and the buying of the correct size ensures that you can do it even more easily by the water. The best volume board should mean that the water is moving at the correct speed, so that you can travel further.
For example, if you have a small board and you are tall, you may find that your pace may not be as fast as it should be if you have problems keeping balance.
Type of Board
Many boards are much more built than other boards. Flatwater SUPs are usually smaller boards because they can be used for navigation and driving, but they’re not moving as hard. Because they mostly are used for fishing and yoga, they really do not have to be speeded installed. These are smaller and thicker, meaning that the board glides through the water easily. Larger tables are usually slower.
All the elements of paddle boarding, not just the pace, have a tremendous impact on the environment.
On a bright and fun day you just get strength out of your own paddling, and you won’t go as fast as you are because you’re an incredibly professional paddler. Downwinders are named because behind them the wind paddles. This will definitely make them stronger than paddle against the wind or the water whistle.