In all, their northbound 121-day standup paddling odyssey topped out at more than 2,000 miles, most of them hard-earned and into the wind.
Standup is hardly known in Fiji, but we’re keen to do it.
I learned to surf before I knew how to swim. My parents would strap a life vest on me, and my father would push me into waves.
As someone who’s been involved in standup paddling since the early years, I’ve watched the sport grow in ways I’d never imagined. Except in the way that means the most to me.
“Hey, if you think we should pull the plug, I’m not going to argue.” I had, after all, already experienced a few hell-crossings in my time.
Laird Hamilton talks about standup paddling upwind to improve fitness.
When you’re working it out, do it right.
Standup paddling is such a new sport that we’re all beginners, really.
I’ve always loved the water from the time I could walk. My dad has been surfing 40 years, so we started in the waves at 6 years old on boogie boards, and then after a couple of years we were doing everything.
My friends and I were getting into kiteboarding when John Denney, owner of Jupiter Paddleboarding, donated a few of the early Sean Ordenez boards to our school’s kite club.
BŌTE announces the debut of their newest addition to their quiver, Traveller
Paddle event has raised more than $100,000 for Moffitt Cancer Center over past four years.