Joe Carberry

Joe Carberry

SUP Magazine Editor

January 27, 2011 //

It just keeps getting better. Marisa Miller is releasing her own signature line of standup boards through Surftech. The supermodel recently debuted one of her rides during a cover shoot with Shape magazine. “A lot of boards are built for men,” she said. So the former Sports Illustrated swimsuit model worked with Randy French to […]

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January 21, 2011 //

(Encinitas, Calif.) January 20, 2011–Bob Reed and Russell Coble, co-founders of Ohana Paddle Board company announced today that they have selected Encinitas-based Boardworks to manufacture and sell their new category of SUP boards, worldwide. “Our objective is to work with BW to bring a new collection of higher performance boards to a much broader user […]

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January 13, 2011 //

Standup Paddling Alaska’s Turnagain Arm Tidal Bore Open the current issue of SUP magazine and you’re greeted by one of the most eye-popping standup photos of the year, an areal photograph of Alaska’s Turnagain Arm tidal bore near Girdwood, Alaska (above). As Eric Newberry, Dave Calkins and Mike McCune glide effortlessly down the face of […]

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January 7, 2011 //

With the recent demise of the Action Sports Retailer (ASR) trade show, the Surf Expo, in Orlando, Fla., is now arguably the country’s biggest surf and skate show. And standup has staked its claim with an entire section to itself including paddle pool and brands old and new displaying their wares. Attendees are calling it […]

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January 5, 2011 //

What were you doing at 16? Going to school? Thinking about the opposite sex? Playing sports? Slater Trout does all of those things too and more, like win standup races all over the country and surf in game-changing conditions at contests like last year’s Standup World Tour Sunset Hulukai Trials, which he won. Add in […]

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January 4, 2011 //

Just as Stanford dominated Virginia Tech in the Orange Bowl, Danny Ching continued his winning ways, taking the 2011 Orange Bowl Paddle Championships in Miami this past weekend as a precursor to the football game. With over $10,000 in cash, this event enticed some of the best SUP paddlers on the Eastern Seaboard. There were […]

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December 30, 2010 //

So Boise State beats Virginia Tech in September, then Virginia Tech follows that up with a loss to Division 1-AA James Madison. Boise State drops one game to rival Nevada and winds up in an obscure bowl in Las Vegas. Virginia Tech ends up in the Orange Bowl against 11-1 Stanford. While we’ll never understand […]

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December 28, 2010 //

Last night, an estimated 11.5 million viewers witnessed a Southern California couple jump over one of the greatest relationship hurdles known to man: how to get their dogs comfortable riding standup boards. National Geographic Channel’s Dog Whisperer follows one Cesar Millan as he solves the world’s dog problems, from over aggressive canines to rude pooches […]

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December 27, 2010 //

So you got a new board for Christmas? Let’s go back to basics and look at something SUP magazine skills contributor Rob Casey likes to call the Tail Lift. If you’ve had difficulty lifting your board from its side or using the deck handle, if there is one, then the tail lift technique may be […]

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December 24, 2010 //

In November, competitors gathered at the Davenport Paddle Surf Classic. Unfortunately, there was very little fanfare following the event. Until now. Northern California standup paddler and Blueline Paddle Surf Team member Peter Trow recently released this vid of the event, which featured bomber swell and typical Nor. Cal. weather. He and the rest of the […]

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