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Stand Up Paddle Surfing Hayling Island | Print |
Wednesday, 18 February 2009 09:33
Stand Up Paddle Surfing Hayling Island

Tez has had an epiphany and loves stand up paddle surfing, but has also discovered the lonelyness of the long distance paddle surfer. One of the advantages of the sport is that access to remote off shore breaks is possible with stand up paddle surfing, however it often means you are surfing alone. Does anyone want to join Tez out at Hayling Island ?

Stand Up Paddle in the Wild North | Print |
Friday, 26 September 2008 10:16
Stand Up Paddle Expedition

We first started researching Werner Paddles when they got in touch with us recently. A quick look around the Werner website and I ended up on the blog reading an amazing story about Dave Collins Stand Up Paddle exploring around Vancouver island. I have been there myself and it is quite hard to express how "wild" it is out there. Bears walk down the beach, Sea Eagles fly above you and Orcas lurk in the depths. You defiantely are not top of the food chain here !

The Ladies Surf in Style on the SUP's | Print |
Thursday, 18 September 2008 22:57
Nancy E Emerson

The Ladies surfed in style at this year’s Duke Kahanamoku Ocean Fest. The Stand-Up Paddle Surfing was held August 22nd and 23rd at Queens surf spot in Waikiki. C4 Waterman, Honolua Surf and Blue Planet hosted the Stand-Up events for the men, children (juniors) and women.

Round the Isle of Sheppey on Stand Up Paddle boards | Print |
Thursday, 18 September 2008 15:01
Stand Up Paddle around the Isle of Sheppy

On 30th August 2008 Jay Manning, Mark Slater and Stuart Ord-Hume embarked on a mission to circumnavigate the Isle of Sheppey. The Isle of Sheppey is an island off the northern coast of Kent, England in the Thames Estuary, some 38 miles (62 km) to the east of central London. Stuart explains all.

The Top 5 Myths, Mistakes, and Misconceptions | Print |
Written by Dave Parmenter   
Tuesday, 17 June 2008 09:39

C4 WatermanC4 Watermans Dave Parmenter has been waxing lyrical about the current state of the stand up paddle surfing sport.  In an excellent article he debunks myths and corrects mistakes.  Over to Dave: 

It seems the new hybrid sport of stand-up paddling and surfing is getting more popular everyday. That’s great, but so things are moving so fast that it is getting hard to keep up with all the advances. It seems like each day another SUP-oriented business sprouts up, and each seems to have its own ideas about equipment and techniques.

Stand Up Paddle Surfing the Bitches | Print |
Friday, 16 May 2008 14:18

The Bitches Stand Up Paddle SurfingMatt Smith from Gower SUP has always been a hardcore surfer, and he is now taking SUP to new levels, and new locations in the UK.  A well known Kayaking spot in Pembrokeshire was his recent target on account of its standing wave, known as the Bitches.

The history of Stand Up Paddle Surfing | Print |
Thursday, 20 March 2008 15:22

The History of Stand Up Paddle SurfingStand up paddle surfing, or SUP, is a surface water sport, a variant of surfing where the surfer uses a paddle to move through the water while standing on a surfboard. Stand up paddle surfing is derived from its Polynesian roots. The Hawaiian translation is Ku Hoe He'e Nalu; to stand, to paddle, to surf, a wave.

The popularity of the modern sport of SUP has its origination in the Hawaiian Islands. In the early 1960s the Beach Boys of Waikiki would stand on their long boards and paddle out with outrigger paddles to take pictures of the tourists learning to surf. This is where the term "Beach Boy Surfing" originates, another name for Stand Up Paddle Surfing.

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