Joe Carberry

Joe Carberry

SUP Magazine Editor

December 20, 2010 //

SUP magazine’s recent “Name That Spot,” contest has been a hit, to put it mildly. It has stumped most of our entrants except for Jesse Lorenz of West Collingswood, New Jersey, who named this spot correctly and won himself a free issue of the mag and a Hyperflext Playa Hoodie for those days when it’s […]

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December 17, 2010 //

Jamie Mitchell is what we here at SUP magazine like to call a badass. A bigwave tow surfer, a nine-time Molokai paddleboard World Champ, a Battle of the Paddle winner and one hell of a standup surfer, Mitchell is at home in any ocean condition. And while we cringe at using this cliché, he’s undoubtedly […]

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December 16, 2010 //

Kai Lenny, who’s interview is featured in the winter issue of SUP magazine, on newsstands now, captured his first World Championship as the innagural year of the Standup World Tour ended in Hawaii yesterday. Despite solid performances from Peyo Lizarazu, Antoine Delpero, (who he had already shared 3 Finals with) and Leco Salazar, the Brazilian […]

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December 15, 2010 //

Dear Hawaii, We know things aren’t that big there right now, wave wise. But big enough, compared to where we are. And the weather… We were especially nostalgic when we received this GoPro postcard from France’s Antoine Delpero after a recent Sunset session. The music got us really pumped. And you looked hot. Can’t wait […]

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December 9, 2010 //

Rooted in the river city of Missoula, Mont., a block away from the town whitewater park and Brennan’s Wave is Strongwater Kayak. Watermen and owners “KB” (Kevin Benhart Brown) and “Big” (Luke Rieker) make it a point to carry everything for the modern Rocky Mountain surfer. This is the third interview in our Shop Talk […]

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December 8, 2010 //

Recently, on the ever-chatting peanut gallery that is the Internet, Stride Stand Up Paddleboards has taken guff for creating a standup board you can hunt off. Here, owner Luke Hopkins defends his invention. Hunting from a Stand Up Paddleboard? What! Are you crazy? That is what some have said. That’s not what I said when […]

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December 7, 2010 //

Catherine and Jeoffrey Nathan are our kind of people. They’re in the business of keeping paddlers on the water with their Coastal Urge paddling shop. Whether it’s a SUP race or their nonprofit organization SUP Cleanup, Coastal Urge supports the coastal lifestyle in all its grand forms. This is the second interview in our Shop […]

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December 6, 2010 //

Because, that’s all we really care about. Kai, who’s interviewed by Dave Kalama in the winter issue of SUP magazine, has a chance to wrap up the Standup World Tour crown in his native Hawaii December 10-19.

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December 3, 2010 //

Standup paddling is definitely growing. But where, and how? In this exclusive SUPthemag.com series, we go directly to the source, interviewing shop owners from all corners of the country, the ones on the frontlines of the standup movement to find out what’s driving their business…. One would hardly expect to find a surf shop in […]

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December 1, 2010 //

This month, SUP magazine photographer Chris Bishow is conducting an inexact vote at his blog where he polls as many paddlers in the industry as he can to determine the five most influential people in standup. He has captured these paddlers in a series of portraits he runs on his site. The first? The incomparable […]

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