The Standup World Tour’s final event of the 2014 season, La Torche Pro, kicked off with races and demos in addition to the Trials event, with the Main Event beginning Tuesday, October 28.
The first adaptive SUP, the OnIt Ability Board designed by Kawika Watt, gains national attention with a feature story on Today.com.
The Chattajack 31 returns to Chattanooga, Tenn. this Saturday, October 25. The 31.5-mile race celebrates its third year, with hundreds of competitors already registered.
Standup World Series racer Noa Ginella of Oahu gives us a look inside the 2014 Standup World Series Finals at Turtle Bay Resort on Oahu’s North Shore.
Kai Bates and Bernd Roediger making the most Peru’s variety of waves in this action-packed edit.
Zane Schweitzer goes to town during some free surfing sessions at the Huntington Beach Pro.
Izzi Gomez took the Standup World Tour Title and top honors at the 2014 SUP Awards presented by Tommy Bahama. Watch and you’ll see why.
Kiara Goold of Bora Bora might only be four years old, but she’s been in the water since birth. Here, she teaches the basics of standup paddling.
Unsuspecting standup paddlers cross manatees during a leisurely paddle.
The 2014 Standup World Series Finals wrapped up with sprints, won by Halie Harrison and Zane Schweitzer, while Lina Augaitis and Connor Baxter took home the World Title.
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.