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2019 Sunset Beach Pro Opens With Challenging Conditions

fter a dramatic storm that hit the islands over the past weekend bringing giant swell and storm strength winds to the North Shore of Oahu, on February 13, day one of competition, conditions proved challengeable, but manageable, with enough scoring potential to be able to get underway with the opening rounds of competition.

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APP & WPA Form SUP’s First Qualifying Series

The Association of Paddlesurf Professionals (APP) and the World Paddle Association (WPA) announce their newly formed partnership to unify the sport of stand-up paddling. APP and the WPA bring a combined 19 years of event management in the sport along with decades of water sports experience and knowledge to combine efforts for the best growth of the sport.

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Events of the Month: February 2019

Attending a standup paddle boarding event is one of the best ways to enjoy the sport. It’s the perfect place to be introduced to the sport as a spectator, it’s a great place to learn and try new products, and it’s also a great way to connect with those who enjoy the sport just as much as you do. If you’re looking for an event to attend this month check out our list of SUP events in February below.

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SUP Fitness: How Many Calories Does Paddle Boarding Burn?

Standup paddle boarding can offer a fun and relaxing activity that mostly anyone can do, it is also one of the best workouts out there. People with all body shapes, sizes and ages are engaging in standup paddle boarding as a fun fitness activity. As many people have heard, standup paddle boarding is the best workout for a complete body workout. So, how many calories does paddle boarding burn? Find out here.

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Casper Steinfath Releases New Series: Viking on Tour

After a monumental expedition in 2018 Naish athlete Casper Steinfath from Denmark wanted to keep the momentum going and give viewers a look inside his life through his travels. Casper just launched his new series Viking on Tour which does just that.

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Paddle Boarding British Columbia, Canada

British Columbia is Canada's most westerly province, and is a mountainous area whose population is mainly clustered in its southwestern corner. BC as it’s most commonly referred to as is Canada’s third-largest province after Québec and Ontario, making up 10 per cent of Canada’s land surface.

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Winter SUPing: How To Stay Warm In Frigid Temperatures

As winter settles rubber thickens and sessions tend to get shorter. After surfing for over 10 years on frigid water (literally frigid) Igor Goni has managed to basket some tricks here and there which have helped him extend his time in the water regardless the season. Here are some tips on how to stay warm while stand up paddling in frigid temperatures.

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Registration Opens for 2019 Sunset Beach Pro

Entries are now officially open for the 2019 APP World Tour Opener at Sunset Beach on the North Shore of Oahu, with a holding period going from the 11th - 23rd February 2019.

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SUP Tail Design 101

Have you ever wondered why the tail of your paddle board is flat and square while the ones down the beach have rounded tails? There is a reason for the different tail shapes, and it’s not just cosmetic. A SUP’s tail shape is integrally tied to how the board is designed to perform. So if you’re shopping for a new paddle board, it is worth paying attention to the shape of the tail.

  • Published in Gear

20 Awesome Photos From 2018

2018 has been a year to remember in the world of stand up paddling. Now, with the new year right around the corner, we wanted to say our proper goodbyes to an epic 2018 with a roundup of some of the most awesome photos from the year. Check out 20 of the best SUP photos from 2018 above.

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Paddle Boarding, Australia

If you’re interested in stand up paddle boarding or simply a fan of the outdoors, you’ll have a great time in Australia. The low population density has enabled much of the coastline to remain in pristine condition. You’ll come across national parks with native wildlife, and marine reserves with an abundance of fish species, dolphins and whales, situated close to all capital cities.

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