THE SPOT, WND&WVS and HULA welcome you to the 11th annual STAND UP FOR THE LAKE at the BURLINGTON SURF CLUB on our “West Coast”, the stunning Lake Champlain.
We are thrilled to announce that Standup for the Lake is now one of 24 worldwide Paddle League-affiliated races across the US, Hawaii, Europe, Asia, Australia, and South America for the 2018 race season.
Please join us for our pre-registration party at The Spot on the Dock. This is your chance to register for the race, pick up your race packet and grab a beer or two with your fellow competitors while gazing on the beautiful shores of Lake Champlain.
Come pick up your registration packets or register in person at the Burlington Surf Club.
Meet Race Emcee, Marc Angelillo at the registration table to go over the day's race rules and course.
This is a 6 mile course rounding the north and south buoys for two laps. The race begins with a beach start and a right hand buoy turn around the near shore buoy before heading north. After completing the second lap, paddlers will round the near shore buoy and head to the beach for a sprint across the finish line.
This is a 3 mile course rounding the north and south buoys for one lap. The race begins with a beach start and a right hand buoy turn around the near shore buoy before heading north. After completing the first lap, paddlers will round the near shore buoy and head to the beach for a sprint across the finish line.
Kids (ages 5–11)will race from the beach to the near shore buoy and back.
Our fish taco bar will be set up on the beach for all racers to enjoy a complimentary lunch and beverage.
First place trophies will be awarded to the fastest male and female paddler in the elite race along with prize money for first, second, and third places in the 14' and under board class. We've also got a pile of prizes generously donated by our sponsors for the top recreational race winners.
Please join us at The Spot on the Dock for dinner and drinks and a photo slideshow of the day's activities.
The Elite Race is two laps around the course/6 miles.
The Rec Race is one lap around the course/3 miles.
The Kids Race is out around the first bouy and back to the beach.
For more info & questions, or if you just want to get incrediby stoked for the event, you can reach the crew at WND&WVS here: