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Current situation of SUP development
At the moment, SUP's popularity is overwhelming in the warm coastal resorts around the world, and it's also popular with professional surfers, celebrities and celebrities, and can be seen in safe waters anywhere in the world. Bringing SUP to the United States from Hawaii was a Vietnam war veteran named Rick Thomas. In 2000, Rick stood on an 11-foot surfboard and carried a paddle made by Leleo Kinimaka to introduce the new sport to California. Objectively, SUP enables surfers to catch more waves and to observe incoming waves in the distance. Prices range from $600 to $1,500, and the SUP is typically nine feet long or more than 12 feet long.
On October 3, 2008, the U.S. coast guard defined SUP as a boat, requiring SUP players to wear matching lifejackets (currently available on the market) as they enter certain waters. In 2009, surfchina, a well-known surfing promotion agency, brought paddleboard surfing into China for the first time. It was unveiled at the 2009 surfing China carnival, making Chinese people get close to this fashion trend for the first time. At present, many players have begun to experience this sport, which is very accessible to civilians, in many surf spots in China.
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