Stand up paddle boarding fighting for control of the sport

The world championships of stand up paddle boarding is taking place in Denmark with a record number of athletes competing. But there's a fight over who should run what could become an Olympic sport.

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    The world championships of stand up paddle boarding is taking place in Denmark with a record number of athletes competing.

    But there's a fight over who should run what could become an Olympic sport.

    Al Jazeera's Paul Rhys is in Vorupor, Denmark, to find out why that is the case.


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