The Madeira Island Sup Challenge (MISC) is a Stand Up Paddle Board event, which for the first time integrated a stage of the European circuit EUROTOUR. This circuit was born in 2015, and currently travels around 13 countries, being considered the leading circuit in the competitions of the sport in Europe. Each country represents a stage and in the end all make up the EURO TOUR circuit, which competes in the Elite, Youth, Junior and Open categories.
This event had its first edition in Portugal, in the city of Funchal on 25 and 26 September 2021 from pier 7 of the Port of Funchal (Nautical Centre of São Lázaro), a place that was prepared for the reception of all participants and the general population that could follow the races in the two days that the event took place from a Village set up there.
In 2022, it will be held in the same place, in the beautiful city of Funchal, where a SUP Village will be set up to welcome all those who want to watch the competitions. In addition, in 2022, the 1st Madeira Challenge SUP Camp will take place the week before the event. Welcome to Madeira!
Elite Race – 12km
Pro Juniors – 12km
Amateurs – 3km
Under 15 – 3km
Under 12 – 1km
Friday June 10th:
10:00AM Open Day SUP
14:00PM Race Check In
17:00PM Sunset Catamaran
Saturday June 11th:
10:00AM Athletes Check-in
13:30PM Race Briefing (All Athletes)
14:00PM All Women Race Start (Elite & Amateur)
14:15PM All Men Race Start (Elite & Amateur)
15:30PM Kids Race Start (U12 & less)
16:30PM Kids Race Start (U15 & less)
Sunday June 12th:
10:00AM Fun Race
12:00PM Award Ceremony
A container from Lisbon to madeira will be available to transport Boards and paddles from lisbon.
if your board is currently being transported by eurotour from a previous event you are all set.
if you are bringing the board to Lisbon yourself please email us at [email protected] to arrange it
Please note that Opening of the container in LISBON, for board receptions is June 1, 2022 and Closing of the container is June 6, 2022 – Deadline: 17:00 (PT time)
The equipment will be brought back to Lisbon by June 16th