July 19, 2010 //

How to SUP: Surfing Freighter Waves When ocean waves are a distant dream, some standup paddlers will go to great lengths to improvise worthy rides. SUP magazine contributor Rob Casey shares a few tips from his experience watching, waiting for, and ripping the elusive freighter-generated waves of Washington’s Puget Sound.

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July 15, 2010 //

With conflicts between standup surfers and traditional prone surfers increasing on a daily basis, it’s important to know the etiquette before you take that new standup board out into the lineup. Here, some of Hawaii’s best waterman, including Kainoa McGee, provide some important tips so that you’re a total badass, instead of a total tool, […]

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July 8, 2010 //

We’ve sung his praises before but Mike Waltze knows how to capture fine standup surfing artistry. With summer in full swing, we give you another worthy Waltze clip of goofy-footed style-master Robby Naish tearing it up on a few Hawaiian left handers. Tis’ the season. Waltze.com

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June 29, 2010 //

The ocean ain’t the only place to shred. Here, Tomahawk’s Evan Lloyd tears apart a standing wave on the Kings River near Fresno, Calif. Lloyd and other river aficionads have begun to explore the potential of river waves around the country.

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June 16, 2010 //

Here’s an inside look at the sights and sounds of the 2010 Rainbow Sandals Gerry Lopez Battle of the Paddle Hawaii, Saturday and Sunday in Waikiki.

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June 10, 2010 //

Windsurf/kiteboard world champ turned standup charger Robby Naish adds ‘SUP Ambassador’ to his long list of titles as he tours the famed Venetian canals and gets some stroke technique tips from the experts

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June 9, 2010 //

Get me some SUPin. These boys know how to get ‘er done in the Dirty South.

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June 3, 2010 //

San Diego’s My Local Lineup TV goes inside the heads of some of standup paddle racing’s elite athletes.

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June 1, 2010 //

The nose rudder is very effective way to turn your board very quickly with very little effort while moving, or in river current.  It’s ideal for turning your board around a buoy quickly during a race no matter how long your board is. 

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May 27, 2010 //

OluKai’s Ho’olaule’a, supporting the ocean-lifestyle footwear company’s ‘Ohana Giveback Program, returned to Maui over the May 15-16 weekend welcoming hundreds of competitors, enthusiasts and spectators alike to the ocean celebration.

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