Windsurfing and paddleboarding competitors coming up in Pattaya

An thrilling windsurfing and stand-up paddleboarding (SUP) competition is coming up in Pattaya from March sixteen to March 26, in a bid to promote tourism and boost the economy. The competition will happen in Jomtien close to the Beach Sports Service Center.
The event is divided into two classes, with windsurfing going down from March sixteen to 19, and SUP from March 25 to 26, spanning a total of six days. More than 300 athletes from across the country are anticipated to take part in the occasion.
In preparation for the competition, a council assembly was held on Tuesday, chaired by Pattaya Deputy Mayor Krishna Boonsawat. Several occasion organisers, police, and representatives from city departments attended the meeting. They discussed safety measures for the athletes, and convenience for those concerned, The Pattaya News reported.
Deputy Mayor Krishna careworn that the competition goals not solely to advertise a healthy way of life and supply a possibility for rivals to turn into future nationwide athletes but in addition to promote Pattaya as a sports metropolis and increase tourism.
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Several of Thailand’s coastal spots have become hubs for water sports activities in the past few years.
Last month, Hua Hin held its annual surf competition at Khao Takiab seaside. The competition celebrated surf culture, providing fun and entertainment with a spread of competitions, food, live music, and actions.
In September last yr, Phuket held the ‘Kalim Reef Surfers Surfing 2022’ competitors might be held at Kalim Beach in Patong. The competitors was organised by the Patong Municipality and the Phuket Surfing Association. Another surf pageant was held on Phuket’s Kata Beach the month earlier than, named the Phuket Beach Festival.
In August final year, Thai tourism officers introduced a challenge to boost sports tourism in Phuket, with cooperation between the government and private sectors. The venture was called the ‘Air, Sea, Land, Southern Sports Tourism Festival..

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