Big waves and tough competition sum up the Sunset Beach Pro during the first stop of the Stand Up World Tour 2013. Read on for the top results and information about the next location.
The stand up world tour at Sunset Beach has already provided exceptional performances from paddlers who have come from around the globe to compete with one another for the first title of the year. Will there be more action today?
History happened this week as the stand up paddle surfing women converged upon the beach at Turtle Bay Resort to compete in the first ever women's competition in the Stand Up World Tour.
2013 looks to be even more exciting as the Waterman League is introducing a Women's World Championship Tour for SUP surfing that will run alongside the men's in Hawaii, Brazil, California and France.
Leco Salazar of Brazil wins the 2012 Stand Up World Tour surfing event in the British Virgin Islands after battling with the best in the world!
Just when you thought the Swiss season was over, it has just begun. The Association Swiss Stand Up Paddle (ASSUP) has been working on a new concept and invites you to participate in a 140 day Open Wave competition format!
Sean Poynter (Starboard) from the USA stormed to victory yesterday here at the Sapinus Pro presented by Air Tahiti Nui to secure his first win on Tour and place him comfortably on top of the world after round 3 of the 2012 Stand Up World Tour.
Since the World Tour's first visit to Tahiti in 2009 for the Stand Up World Tour Contenders, Tahiti has become firmly entrenched at the heart of the Stand Up World Tour with some of the most groundbreaking action ever witnessed in the sport.
Erin Dark is a rising star! This young 17 year old Stand up Paddle Surfer has a lot to be excited about as she recently won not only the junior girls final, but also the open women's final of the inaugural SUP Australia National Titles.