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Deb Driscoll

debdriscoll-supDeb Driscoll is a Stand Up Paddle Surfer from Kihei, HI. It takes skill, commitment, confidence & good water knowledge to paddle out in big waves much less ride them. Deb SUP surfs "big" waves & leaves plenty of men on shore to watch, who want nothing to do with waves that size. Should she be your 2011 SUP woman of the Year?

Karen Wren

karenwren-sup Karen Wren is a Stand up Paddle racer from Portland, Oregon. Karen has a windsurfing and kiteboarding background. She has SUPed the 150 miles between all 8 Channel Islands. She won the 2011 Bend Paddle Challenge, the 2011 Carolina Cup & the 2011 Channel Islands Crossing. Should she be your 2011 SUP woman of the year?

Nikki Gregg

nikkigregg-sup Nikki Gregg is a Stand up Paddle racer from Hood River, Oregon. She is a SUP fitness expert and owner of NRG Lifestyle Fitness Training. She excels in whitewater SUP and took 1st at the Reno River SUP Festival and at H2O Overdrive. She is one of the greatest ambassadors of the sport. Should she be your 2011 SUP Woman of the year?

Candice Appleby

candiceappleby-supCandice Appleby is a Stand up Paddle surfer and racer from San Clemente, California. This year she won her 3rd con­sec­u­tive Elite SUP race at the 2011 Bat­tle of the Pad­dle and the Gulf Coast SUP Championships with wins in the Elite class, the “Paddle X” Sprint Race and the Relay race. Should she be your 2011 SUP Woman of the year?

Anne-Marie Reichman

anne-mariereichman-supAnne Marie-Reichman is a Stand Up Paddle Surfer and Racer from Haiku, Hawaii & originally from the Netherlands. She’s a professional windsurfer, surfer & SUPer. She took 2nd at the Santa Cruz SUP festival 2011. She's also the organizer of the SUP 11 city tour & shares SUP around the world. Should she be your 2011 SUP woman of the Year?

Annabel Anderson

annabelanderson-supAnnabel Anderson is a Stand up Paddle racer from New Zealand. This year she paddled the longest distance in 24 hrs from Baleric Island of Ibiza to Spain with Fred Bonnef and Belar Diaz . In 2011 she won the North Point Classic, took 2nd in the Golden Island Race, and 3rd in Molokai to Oahu. Should she be your 2011 SUP woman of the year?

Kerri Stewart

kerristewart-supKerri Stewart is a Stand up Paddle racer from Eugene, Oregon. Recently she took 1st in the SUP 4 Cancer race and 1st in the Ross Island SUP Series. She also took 3rd in the H2O Overdrive race and 3rd in the Bend Paddleboard Challenge. Should she be your 2011 SUP woman of the year?

Gillian Gibree

gilliangibree-supGillian Gibree is a stand up Paddle racer from Massachusetts. She grew up competing in swimming and softball. She shares SUP by Paddle Into Fitness. She took 1st at the Boardworks Round-up in the distance race, sprint, & the tug-of-war. She took third at Santa Cruz SUP Fest. Should she be your 2011 SUP woman of the year?

Rachel Bruntsch

rachelbruntsch-supRachel Bruntsch is a Stand up Paddle racer from Honolulu, Hawaii. This year she took second at the Steinlager Kaiwi Channel Solo OC-1 World Championship and third at the Battle of the Paddle as well as third at the Hennessey race. Keep your eyes on this gal, she’s a true competitor! Should she be your 2011 SUP woman of the year?

Katherine Vineyard

katherinevineyard-sup Katherine Vineyard is a Stand up Paddle surfer from La Jolla, California. Katie has been surfing for over 34 years and is a surf and SUP instructor. She has an incredible passion for the sport and has even been known to take on “El Nino”. Should she be your 2011 SUP woman of the year?

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