Last Paddler Standing was an emotional rollercoaster—and a disruptive new frontier for SUP racing
Kelly Margetts called it a Netflix series. That's a bold assertion for a humble SUP race, yet by the time Paolo Marconi claimed victory after 48 hours of slow-moving suspense in Sarasota last week, Kelly's comment was starting to sound like an understatement. Last Paddler Standing was unlike anything we've seen in the world of SUP. It was less of a race and more of a journey. An emotional rollercoaster that swept up everyone it touched and somehow turned a simple, never-ending live stream int
PAOLO MARCONI IS THE LAST PADDLER STANDING!
Last Paddler Standing was billed as the craziest race of the year and it didn't disappoint. Two days of slow-moving drama and emotion as 18 paddlers attempted to be the last one standing.