November 2, 2011 //

It’s an unlikely combination but SUP, turtles and tequila mix seamlessly in Mexico, at the Los Cabos Classic.

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November 1, 2011 //

We know the Hinano SurRace to Victory was way back in September but the video was so good, we couldn’t help but get the recap up. Plus we wanted to see more Candice Appleby and Anthony Vela, who won the men’s and women’s divisions, respectively. If you recall, the best racers in the world were […]

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October 27, 2011 //

Vamos a Puerto Rico for Paddle Royal’s San Juan SUP Cup, this weekend, Oct. 29 and 30. The two-day event will bring out the top SUP racers from the Caribbean for over $15k in cash prizes and myriad scenic courses.

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October 27, 2011 //

Maybe you’ve been to Venice before, but we bet you haven’t taken to the waterways like the two in this video…

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October 26, 2011 //

Paddlers will celebrate Halloween the right way in Long Beach, Calif. with a day of SUP activities.

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October 26, 2011 //

10’6″ X 28″-30″ X 5.5″ $1,300-$1,700 INFINITYSURF.COM                       SHAPER STEVE BOEHNE: The Hi-Brid is part of the Slater Trout signature series and Slater wanted a board that was smaller and more manageable on a daily basis. One that paddled fast while touring, stable enough to […]

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October 25, 2011 //

Competitors in Missouri’s MR 340 have a reputation for being a friendly bunch, but not all of them were welcoming when they heard the rumor that a standup paddler was going to attempt the world’s longest nonstop river race this year. Before the October 11 start date, that paddler, Shane Perrin, noticed a particularly disparaging […]

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October 24, 2011 //

The small beach in Dana Point, Calif. has become a center for standup, but this could be changing– and some believe not for the better.

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October 24, 2011 //

(SAN PAOLO, BRAZIL) — The Standup World Tour’s AlmaSurf Mormaii International, presented by Skol, has wrapped up with Brazil’s own Leco Salazar taking the win. Although the Hawaii Island Finals are scheduled for November, the calculations are in and by taking second in Brazil, Maui’s Kai Lenny has secured World Title number two. Lenny went […]

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October 21, 2011 //

Recently, I was in the Sierra Nevada with a crew of alpine paddlers, gazing out over the vast, tranquil expanse of Lake Tahoe. So much beautiful water (191 square miles of it, to be exact) with myriad azure coves, rocky points and pine-forested headlands to stroke past. Easy put-ins, fairly predictable winds, charming aprés-paddle amenities, occasionally rideable windswell … in fact, just about the only thing Lake Tahoe doesn’t have in terms of being a legitimate standup heaven is a population of surly, self-righteous lay-down surfers to bad vibe their upright brethren.

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