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APP Tour Lands Title Sponsor for Japan Pro-Am

The APP World Tour is proud to announce the positioning of Trump Wetsuits as Title sponsor of the 2017 Japan Pro-Am presented by Hawaiian Airlines. An Australian born brand, Trump Wetuits has deep roots in the surfing & waterman community in Japan, supporting the sport at every level.

  • Published in News

Escape to Portugal for SUP Yoga

Have you been on the lookout for the perfect SUP Yoga Retreat? Something that combines health and fitness along with some great activities and some learning and hands on experiences as well? Look no further, Mauka Lodge – Paddle Surf Retreat is organizing two SUP Yoga Retreats, hosted in beautiful Ericeira, Portugal.

  • Published in Travel

How To Pick Your SUP Surf Break

In episode four of Sean Poynter’s How-to SUP series, Sean gives us tips on how to choose your SUP surf break. Here are Sean’s tips:

  • Published in Tips

Weekly Recap 4/25/2017

Welcome to the Supconnect Weekly Recap, our countdown of the biggest news, reviews, interviews and features surrounding the world of Stand Up Paddle Boarding. This week we’re bringing you another sample of the best stories covered by ourselves and other publications.

  • Published in News

Red Paddle Co. Durability Test Results

Red Paddle Co, the world’s most popular inflatable stand up paddleboard brand, has put its most popular inflatable board through “Board Vs.” “Board Vs.” is a series of 10 of the most extreme destruction challenges conducted during the past two weeks that test one inflatable board’s durability and strength.

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How You Can Help The Earth Through Paddle Boarding

There’s no better way to experience and enjoy the beautiful place that we call home by grabbing your paddle board and jumping in the water. In honor of Earth Day today we want to share our love for this planet by sharing a few ways you can help keep our planet pristine and clean through our love of standup paddle boarding.

  • Published in Tips

Kai Lenny Downwinds for Environmental Change

Six-time Stand Up Paddle (SUP) Boarding World Champion, Kai Lenny, recently completed a challenging downwind journey across the Hawaiian Islands in an effort to raise awareness around the rising issue of plastic pollution.

Carolina Cup 2017 Predictions

The Carolina Cup has consistently been a major paddle boarding event that attracts both elite and amateur athletes from around the globe. Attendance records are broken year after year and the event has become the place where standup paddlers come to test their grit and compete against the best in the World. 2017 is expected to be another record-breaking year and with the caliber of athletes in attendance there will be no shortage of excitement. Here are our predictions for how the event will unfold in 2017.

  • Published in News

How To Fix A Ding On Your Standup Paddle Board

Getting a ding on your paddle board is a bummer but it’s not the end of the world. Unless something catastrophic happens dings on your board should be relatively simple to fix. Here, BIC SUPs Jimmy Blakeney shows you how to repair fiberglass and plastic stand up paddle boards and surfboards.

  • Published in Tips

Weekly Recap 4/18/2017

Welcome to the Supconnect Weekly Recap, our countdown of the biggest news, reviews, interviews and features surrounding the world of Stand Up Paddle Boarding. This week we’re bringing you another sample of the best stories covered by ourselves and other publications.

  • Published in News

Frenchman Wins All-Waterman in Wrightsville SUP Surf Pro-Am

World-class competition with excellent weather and surf conditions ruled this weekend’s 2017 Hobie and Salt Life SUP Surf Pro-Am in Wrightsville Beach. After back-to-back qualifying heats and intense finals competition, Martin Letourneur from Saint-Malo, France, captured the coveted and overall performance trophy, the Haywood Newkirk, Sr. All Waterman Award.

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