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How Standup Paddling Healed A Broken Life

Matt Crofton was told he had less than 48 hours to live. He had contracted a fatal disease in Costa Rica that would leave him to die. Miraculously, he survived his crazy ordeal and managed to live. One year after his being told he would die, Matt set out on a 2,400 mile SUP journey down the Mississippi River to raise money for the hospital and its workers who worked day and night to help save him.

  • Published in Journeys

Gabriel Gray Paddles For The Flint River, Georgia

Boardworks Team paddler Gabriel Gray, founder of SOAR (Save our American Rivers) Recently completed a journey down the Headwaters of the Flint River in Georgia in order to raise awareness for one of the nations most endangered water ways.

Watch 'Big Muddy Moose' Trailer

Watch the trailer and read more about Scott Mestrezat's documentary 'Big Muddy Moose', which chronicles his SUP journey down the Missouri, from Montana to St. Louis.

Should River Racing Boards Be Regulated?

One of the hot topics in the world of river racing is the size of boards being used - should they be regulated? To shed some light on the topic, Alex Mauer, one of the best river racing and surfing talents in the US, weighs in.

  • Published in Opinion

SUP Escape During Tahoe Nalu

Read this fun account of Rod and Leslie Clohan's busy trip to Lake Tahoe before, during and after last year's Tahoe Nalu Stand Up Paddle Race. 

  • Published in Journeys
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