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Gomez & Freitas Claim Victory at Carolina ProAm

In the lead up to the infamous Carolina Cup, where the majority of the world's best racers gather to battle it out, we saw the Carolina ProAm take place which attracts both elite and amateur SUP surfers to the shores of Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina.

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Repeat Carolina Cup Victories for Hönscheid and Booth

With near-perfect weather and racing conditions, Germany's Sonni Hönscheid and Michael Booth of Australia successfully defended their championships in the punishing 21-kilometer Graveyard Race at Carolina Cup in Wrightsville Beach. Both plan to go for three in a row in 2020.

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Carolina ProAm Returns As Pro Tour Qualifier

South End Surf Shop proudly announces the Salt Life Carolina Pro-Am to be held on April 20-21, 2019 at Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina. The fifth annual SUP Surf event brings together the top amateurs and the world’s best sup surfers to North Carolina. This contest will serve as an APP World Tour Qualifying event promoted by the World Paddle Association (WPA).

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Catching Up With Sonni Honscheid Ahead of 2019 Carolina Cup

Germany’s Sonni Hönscheid, winner of the women’s Paddle League World Title in 2018, sits down with Robert Butler to talk her return to North Carolina to defend her Carolina Cup Championship, her plans for the upcoming season and more.

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Déjà Vu Hits Surf to Sound Challenge

For the 7th Annual Surf to Sound Challenge in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, defending champions April Zilg and Larry Cain stepped up to the plate to once again to win their fifth and third Surf to Sound Challenge titles.

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April Zilg Seeking 3rd Surf to Sound Challenge Title

North Carolina’s only world-ranked stand up paddler will pursue her third consecutive Surf to Sound Challenge championship in Wrightsville Beach, Nov. 3-5, 2017. April Zilg, ranked 11th on the global Top-50 Women index by SUP Racer, is from Wilmington.

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Olympic Gold Medalist Returns To North Carolina Surf to Sound Challenge

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, NC – Larry Cain is a paddle monster. At age 21, Cain captured the Gold medal in sprint canoe for Canada in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic games. Today, at age 54, Cain is three-time and reigning standup paddleboard champion in the 31-mile Tennessee River Chattajack, and winner of four of the past six titles in the elite 6.5-mile North Carolina Surf to Sound Challenge.

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Carolina Cup 2017 Predictions

The Carolina Cup has consistently been a major paddle boarding event that attracts both elite and amateur athletes from around the globe. Attendance records are broken year after year and the event has become the place where standup paddlers come to test their grit and compete against the best in the World. 2017 is expected to be another record-breaking year and with the caliber of athletes in attendance there will be no shortage of excitement. Here are our predictions for how the event will unfold in 2017.

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