October 21, 2010 //

Paddler, surfer, stuntman, waterman – Oahu’s Brian Keaulana is beyond definition. Deeply rooted in the Hawaiian ocean tradition, the stunt double, who has played himself in Baywatch and done scenes for movies like Waterworld and Blue Crush, explains why standup paddling is here to stay and why beginners should ease their way into the surf. […]

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October 18, 2010 //

Photos by Chuck Graham Standup surfing as a sport knows no bounds, as was evident last weekend in Ventura, Calif. where 60-odd athletes met at C-Street for the Ventura Paddle Surfing Championships, part of the U.S. Waveski Nationals. Vertical turns off the lip, ridiculous rail-to-rail cutbacks and even some good old fashioned nose-riding proved that […]

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October 14, 2010 //

The 2010 Ventura Paddle Surfing Championships kick off this weekend, Oct. 15 – 17, in Ventura, Calif., and will feature the first ever C-Street Sup Surfing Challenge. The contest, officiated by ASP certified judges, will be held “Up top” at C-Street just east of the Ventura River Mouth. With a point break that works from […]

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October 12, 2010 //

During a recent camping trip to Cooper Lake, Wash., I discovered how spectacular the area is and that the best camping sites are accessed via water.  Inspired by an article in SUP magazine about a group that paddled the Big Sur coastline in California to camp and surf using their SUP boards and dry bags, […]

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October 6, 2010 //

Our correspondent goes inside the booming craze of standup paddle yoga

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September 21, 2010 //

Brazil went off. Here, Tristan Boxford updates the standup surfing world with a highlight reel from Tour stop four. Next up? Ocean Beach in San Francisco, October 20-27. Check out standupworldtour.com for more info.

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September 8, 2010 //

Its name may sound like a paradox, but the ‘Dairyland Surf Classic’ brings the SUP surf stoke to America’s largest coastline. Our correspondent reports from Lake Michigan

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September 3, 2010 //

The pivot turn is the most efficient way to turn your board 180 degrees, and with practice, you can learn to do so with little effort and even a single stroke.

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August 27, 2010 //

Danny Ching is arguably one of standup paddling’s best athletes. An outrigger canoe world champion, the Redondo Beach, Calif., native has turned his refined canoe stroke into SUP gold this year, winning both the BOP Hawaii and last weekend, the Ta-hoe Nalu.

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August 24, 2010 //

Plus a photo gallery from this weekend’s Ta-hoe Nalu events. Women’s elite winner Jenny Kalmbach sits down with SUPthemag.com to get us up to speed on her winning race and whirlwind summer of SUP.

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