US Army Veteran Paddles Cape Fear River

Former US Army Special Operations Command member Mark Gellert completes 202-mile, solo paddle down North Carolina's Cape Fear River in support of the Stand by the Wounded organization.

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Stand Up Paddle Expedition with Dave Cornthwaite

Dave Cornthwaite takes a much-needed break to talk about his journey so far and what it means to stand up paddle every day on one the world's most iconic rivers, the Mississippi. Read about his daily routine and his record-setting day of 77.2 miles.

Alex Linnell - First to Stand Up Paddle the Mississippi

After paddling for 70 days, from Lake Itasca in Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico, Alex Linnell has become the first person to stand up paddle the entire length of the Mississippi River. Let that sink in for a second then read on for an interview with Alex and his family.

Alex Linnell Breaks SUP Distance Record

Alex Linnell is breaking records and taking names. On July 29th he logged mile 1,809, making his SUP journey the longest yet. Read more and support Alex as he makes his way to the Gulf.

Alex Linnell SUP-PORTING the Mississippi

One SUP, one paddle, one Mississippi River, one mission to be the first. Alex Linnell is enroute to the Gulf of Mexico and to setting the SUP distance record. Follow him as he paddles down the iconic, beautiful and sometimes-dangerous Mississippi River.

Mississippi SUP Expedition - UPDATE

Dave Cornthwaite checks in with SUP Connect and while taking a much needed break from his daily paddle, he sits down to answer some questions about his journey.

Mississippi SUP Expedition 2011

The word adventure is thrown around a lot. Most of the time it is an overstatement but sometimes, as in Dave Cornthwaite’s case, it is perhaps the most appropriate word to use.

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