In this edition of SUP Women, we get to know Brazilian Aline Adisaka. Here, she tells us about her first time standup paddling, competing on the SUWT, and her favorite SUP spots.
New Caledonia’s Sarah Hauser made the move to Maui in 2013 to ride waves. Here, she tells us about island life, SUPing back home and going for the World Tour.
Tandem surfing with Gerry Lopez, leading paddle tours and surfing on vacations all played into 18-year-old Brit Oliphant’s love for the water—and now, SUP.
The Canary Islands’ Sonni Hönscheid grew up traveling with her family and pro windsurfer father. Now, she’s a pro that races and chases waves around the globe.
We catch up with two-time ISA World Champion SUP Surfer, Emmy Merrill, to talk about her win, the pressure to perform, and what’s next in the world of Emmy.
We caught up with Izzi Gomez, one of the youngest competitors on the Women’s Standup World Tour, to talk competition, big wins, and battling the older girls.
Mexico’s Karen Jacobson is hot in the SUP scene, competing professionally in paddle surfing and racing on multiple tours.
Canadian-American Diane Wenzel spends most days on the water running Westwind Sailing in Southern California, but she’s also a competitive paddle surfer, and she kills it.
In 2007, Maui’s Tatiana Howard founded The Butterfly Effect, a non-competitive event bringing SUP women and waterwomen together for a downwinder and fun.
Slovenian sweetheart Manca Notar is a young but fierce competitor making a name for herself on the Standup World Series.
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.