Leslie Kolovich (SUP Radio Show) interviewed Shane Perrin just hours after he returned home to St Louis from Key West Florida! ·He not only tells the AMAZING story of the highs and lows of paddling 300 miles, but also of taking it another 100 miles to Key West! Read & Listen to the Radio Show Here!
Why is extreme paddler Shane Perrin so interested in helping people who need organ and tissue transplants? He shared details in a September 2012 interview conducted by SupConnect founder Andre Niemeyer about his incredible journey on the board and in life.
Argentinean waterman, Facundo Martin Diaz, set a new global record when for the first time in recorded history he crossed the Rio de la Plata River from Argentina to Uruguay on a stand up paddleboard. It is the widest river in the world and links the two beautiful South American countries.
Almost two years ago at the end of September 2010, Alfredo Villas Boas, a stand up paddler who resides on Maui and works as a lifeguard, made a tremendous journey to the jungles of Brazil to retrace the path of his ancestors, bring awareness to the indigenous people who live there and help save the ecosystem. Now there is a film that shows it all!