King of the cut, sup

Near perfect conditions blew in for the 24-kilometre race, the Stand Up Surf Shop King of the Cut, with southerly winds at 18 to 20 knots. The world’s fastest downwind SUP race and arguably the most prestigious outside of Hawaii and Oregon, the Stand Up Surf Shop King of the Cut has crowned a new […]

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Paddleboard, Fiji

The International Surfing Association (ISA) and the Local Organizing Committee for the 2016 Fiji ISA World SUP and Paddleboard Championship, Tourism Fiji, have set a new standard in sustainable practices by aiming to make the competition, which will take place from 12-20 November, carbon neutral.   To offset the carbon footprint created by the Championship, […]

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After five years of spectacular events hosted at the beautiful Turtle Bay Resort on Oahu’s Fabled North Shore, the World Series Finals has moved for 2016, to create a new home on the Valley Isle of Maui not only for this year, but as a minimum, for the next three years. The principal reason for […]

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Today, Jobe Watersports announced the details of its “SUP 2 The People” demo tour. The tour will launch on July 17, in Dillon, CO. It includes stops in California, Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Washington and Oregon before finishing on August 21 in Santa Barbara, California. Visitors at each of the tour’s 25 stops will have the […]

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The International Surfing Association (ISA) is continuing to spur the global development of StandUp Paddle (SUP) with the certification of over 150 ISA SUP instructors across 12 countries since April 2016. Instructors were certified in countries including Brazil, Switzerland, Finland, Canada, Belgium and Hong Kong, highlighting the universal appeal and access that has fueled the […]

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For an Opening Day of the World Championship season, the Victoria Cup Japan really gave us everything we could have asked for, and then some: flawless blue skies, an unparalleled view of Mount Fuji and fiercely contest racing at its very best, as the newly introduced Super Lap format proved a resounding success and provided […]

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The 2016 Stand Up World Series is about to get underway next week in the beautiful Kanagawa Prefecture, at Zushi Beach in Japan. The location is ideal for bringing together the World’s best with local paddlers of all levels, whether they be World Championship Contenders like Kenny Kaneko or entry level enthusiasts coming to Zushi […]

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Zane Schweitzer was a late call up for 2016 and he was the most consistent surfer of the multi discipline Ultimate Waterman, winning three of the seven disciplines contested. Schweitzer placed third in the 16km Stand Up Paddleboard Race which was enough to clinch the title over runner up Danny Ching (USA). “I have been […]

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Ultimate Waterman

Hawaiian athlete Zane Schweitzer has claimed his third discipline of the 2016 Ultimate Waterman in a thrilling head-to-head duel with defending champion Daniel Kereopa of New Zealand. The longboard discipline was held at Piha Beach, Auckland today in clean waves of less than 1.0m. The win has catapulted Schweitzer well out in to the overall […]

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