CB-mantle
September 10, 2012 //

Kai Lenny Comes from behind to secure the win in Florida After a second place finish in the Long distance on Day 1 of the Cocoa Beach Paddle Classic, presented by Pacifico and Starboard and in association with Maui Jim, Kai Lenny stepped up in the spectacular sprint racing to secure a well deserved win […]

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September 6, 2012 //

We’re pretty proud of SUP magazine’s Fall edition. One of this issue’s cover blurbs reads, “Art in Performance.” It may as well read, “The Art of Play.” Because the athletes featured inside artfully play in the oceans and rivers of the world while wielding board and paddle. Aside from Mitchell, fellow Aussie Justin Holland, Sean […]

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laird-mantle
September 4, 2012 //

This piece originally ran in our Spring 2012 issue.

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Photo by: Michael Dawes
September 1, 2012 //

Is there a posture of athletic masculine technique more erotic than a clean paddle stroke? The drawing back of a bowstring, maybe. Or throwing a javelin. But these acts are all about a short build-up of energy followed by a quick, violent release—hardly the stuff of true masculine heroics. And is there anything more impotent […]

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CC-Annabel_Anderson
August 22, 2012 //
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chambers
August 21, 2012 //
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PH-mantle
August 14, 2012 //

In this installment of Paddle Healthy Riviera Paddlesurf and exercise physiologist, Ramsey Mead, of Paddle Core Fitness team up to create a workout based on suspension training with the TRX. The TRX is a great exercise tool for the paddler as it can safely load the joints and tissues through a suspended gravity system and […]

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boise
July 25, 2012 //

Remote Productions in excited to announce the 2nd Annual Glide Boise White Water Festival! The event will take place July 27th through 29th 2012. We had a great turn out last year and have been working hard to assure an even bigger and better, non-profit event!

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FibArkMantle
June 20, 2012 //

Photos by Josh Montague / creativecommons.org Three years ago, Zack Hughes was the only one standing in Salida. He’d take his “mutant shapes,” made from home insulation foam blanks, glued stringers and a little fiberglass coating, and surf the ripping Arkansas River wave beneath the stone F Street Bridge in this sleepy Colorado mountain town. […]

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mantle
June 18, 2012 //

St. Louis paddler becomes first SUP athlete in the 50-year history of the Texas Water Safari to complete the 264-mile race, billed as ‘the world’s toughest canoe race.’ “Logistically, you have zero percent chance of finishing this race on a paddleboard.”

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