Copenhagen SUP / Paddle Festival / Championship in SUP & Paddleboard

FAQ

Here you can find answers to the most common questions. If you do not find the answer here, you are very welcome to contact us.

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Registration is open (and has been since 12th of marts): Sign up here 

Click here to check out our three routes

Yes, on Sportstiming: On the right side of your order, you can click on "View registered". Underneath, you can make changes to your participant(s). For more details on how to do this, https://www.sportstiming.dk/faq

  • T-shirt from Danish Endurance
  • Energy bar from Rawbite
  • Security from Board:Up North

Note: There are T-shirts for all participants with a bib number for Copenhagen SUP. However, please be aware that some sizes may sell out.

There are no T-shirts for children sitting in front of the board who are not registered.

(if you wish to bring a child on the board, this must be informed to viktor@surfsup.dk)


Probably, but you should contact viktor@surfsup.dk to do this.

Yes, you can log in to your Sportstiming profile to make changes. You can read more about it here: https://www.sportstiming.dk/faq.

No, it is not possible, as they take place at the same time.

Yes, you can both sell and transfer your bib number to another person.

On sportstiming: You can log in with your profile and change the owner of your registrations under "My Orders"

On the right side of your order, you can click on "Change owner". Below, you can enter the email of the participant who will take over your registration. Read more here: https://www.sportstiming.dk/faq

No, unfortunately, it is not possible to refund your bib number. Instead, you can transfer your registration to someone else.

Read more in the next section: "Can I sell/transfer my bib number to another person?"

There is no cost - you can freely transfer your bib number. 

Surf & SUP Denmark has many years of experience in safely conducting SUP races. Additionally, in connection with the World Championship in SUP and the Copenhagen SUP, we have teamed up with Board:Up North, with whom we have previously worked during international competitions in Denmark.

Yes, but you are responsible for the child & the child must wear an approved swimming vest. And you must still be able to complete the route within the time limit. Additionally, it should be reported to viktor@surfsup.dk

If you want a number & t-shirt for your child, you also need to register your child.

We are waiting a bit before revealing the design. However, you can find the fit and size guide by following the link

You can have your confirmation email resent by entering the email address you used for registration at the provided link: https://www.sportstiming.dk/kvitteringer 

Until sold out or September 20, 2024.

We are in the process of planning the best possible solution for this; we will provide you with more information as soon as we know more.

If you cannot select your desired size in the system, it is because it is sold out. Keep an eye on the system from time to time, as there may be others who change their size. It's recommended to check back periodically for availability

The schedule has yet to be finalized due to ongoing arrangements and the management of 1000 SUP boards. However, the plan is currently for the start to be at 9:00 AM.

You need to qualify through your national federation. However, the criteria may vary from federation to federation, so contact them for further information.

It is free, and in connection with the Long Distance World Championship in SUP and Copenhagen SUP, there will also be spectator zones along the route.

For Copenhagen SUP, when you register, you will be automatically assigned to one of the following age groups (please note: all male participants, regardless of age, automatically compete in the Open category, and all female participants, regardless of age, automatically compete in the Women category):

  • Under 18 Junior Boys
  • Under 18 Junior Girls
  • Open (for men)
  • Women (open category)
  • Masters Men 40+
  • Masters Women 40+
  • Grandmasters Men 50+
  • Grandmasters Women 50+ 

Even though Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark, it is still a relatively small city and offers many great ways to get around. 

Public transportation

In Copenhagen you can find buses, harbor buses, metro, regional trains and s-trains, and both venues are located 10-15 minutes’ walk from the nearest metro, which runs every 3-5 minutes during daytime.

At www.rejseplanen.dk you can plan your journeys between venues, accommodation, airport and your other destinations in Denmark. 

Bicycles

Denmark and Copenhagen are famous for being incredibly bike-friendly. In Copenhagen, even though it’s the capital, everything is within a short biking distance. You can rent a bicycle from most hotels or bike rental shops. The city has well-established bike lanes, some of which are even wider than car lanes. Traffic lights are also adjusted so that green lights align with the average biking speed.

Car

It is easy to get around by car in Copenhagen, though you need to be aware of limited parking options and traffic hours that may prolong your travel time. Traffic hours are mainly from 07.00-09.00 and 15.00-17.00.

Both directly at Copenhagen Airport and in the city center you can find several car rental companies, such as Avis, Budget, Sixt, Hertz and many more. 

Parking

Parking in the city center of Copenhagen can be limited and has a cost. The city center is divided into 4 parking zones, where the most central part is the most expensive. There is parking garage several places with good space, but also for a higher cost. Here you can find a map of the parking zones. Map over Copenhagen Parking Zones 

In Copenhagen and its surroundings there is something for everybody – hotels, hostels, airbnb, camping and more. 

We encourage you to book well in advance, as Copenhagen’s biggest hotels are close to being fully booked in the event week due to a big congress in the city. 

But there are still plenty of solutions such as hostels, minor hotels, camping and private airbnb solutions, where you can find bigger and more suitable accommodation options.

Search for different options at: www.booking.com and www.airbnb.com 

Here is a link for a modern hostels five minutes walk from the city venue: www.danhostelcopenhagencity.dk/en 

Camping in Copenhagen: www.citycamp.dk/english  

Read more about Copenhagen at the official tourist guide: www.visitcopenhagen.com

Get more information about how to get around in Copenhagen under "How to get around in Copenhagen?"

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