Weekly Recap 7/14/2020


Welcome to the Supconnect Weekly Recap, our countdown of the Top 5 biggest news, reviews, interviews and features surrounding the world of Stand Up Paddleboarding. If you’ve got anything newsworthy, weird or worth reading about, don’t be shy to share the scoop with us via e-mail. 

5. Paddle Boarding Slovenia

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Heat Score - 65

Slovenia is a miniature, picturesque country located in the heart of Europe between the Alps and the Adriatic sea. Due to its untouched nature and extraordinary geographic diversity it is often referred to as the beauty-spot of Europe, a perfect place for stand up paddling. Read more HERE.





4. #SupconnectLive: Catch Up on the Latest

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Heat Score - 70

After launching #SupconnectLive in April, we've interviewed more than a dozen athletes and industry folks to talk all things standup paddling. In case you missed the interviews live on Instagram, we've compiled them all up on our Youtube channel for you to check out on demand. Watch on demand HERE.

3. Paul Clark Launches RiverSUP Podcast

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Heat Score - 76

Adventure travel, content creation, and rivers from the perspective of a paddle board. If this sounds like something you're interested in then get excited because Paul Clark is bringing you all this and more in his new podcast called The SUPPaul Podcast. More details HERE.

2. SUP Pictures By Nicholas Spooner

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Heat Score - 84

We all can appreciate a good photo when we see one and in the Supconnect Photographer Series, we do just that. We connect with exceptional photographers in and out of the stand up paddle boarding world and showcase some of their many fantastic photos. This week, we are stoked to highlight adventure and landscape photographer Nicholas Spooner from Montreal, Canada. Check out the images HERE.

1. How to Practice Paddleboarding Safely When You Have Diabetes

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Heat Score - 90

If you have diabetes, SUP is emerging as a great sport that you can enjoy without fear and even excel at it if you have what it takes. However, just like any other physical activity that involves aerobic, sprint, or resistance training, SUP can be risky to your health as a result of varying blood glucose responses, and it is up to you to manage those risks so that you can keep having fun and maintain your performance at the highest levels possible. Read more HERE.

Photo Of The Week

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Photo via: Robb Hobbs

Description: A paddle in the rockies.

Location: Canmore, Alberta

If you'd like to be selected for Photo Of The Week, enter via the Supconnect Photo of the Year Contest. 

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