Mr. Endurance Bart de Zwart again won the Muskoka River X Race. Here is what he said right after his victory:
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Most people do not feel like holding a paddle or being on the water after the grueling 220km SUP Eleven City Tour. Not so Mr. Endurance Bart de Zwart. He flew straight to Canada from Holland for another insane 220k endurance challenge race, which he won.
Registration for the Nautic SUP Crossing Paris opens at 10:00 AM Tomorrow, Tuesday Sept. 15th. The spaces are limited and fill up fast, so don’t miss this!
Here is a video of the Columbia Gorge Paddle Challenge 2015 in Hood River. The event was overshadowed by the death of Andres Pombo who fell off his board during a training run and was later found dead.
Much has been written about that. All we have to say is “Leashes save lives”.
After a few warm and “easy” years, the 2015 SUP 11 City Tour was back to it cold, rainy, windy self in 2015.
The athletes faced headwinds of 20-30knots, heavy rain and temperatures that were often below 15°C. The infamous 3 lakes were once again more like oceans than lakes. I suppose that is why the Slotenmeer is called Slotenmeer and not Slotenlake (“Meer” means “ocean”).
Registration is now open for the highly anticipated 2015 Pacific Paddle Games presented by Salt Life, October 10-11 at Doheny State Beach in Dana Point, California. The inaugural event will make history with a $55,000 prize purse, the biggest purse ever offered in the sport. Registration is now open for all divisions at www.PacificPaddleGames.com
The date of the 2016 Painkiller Cup has just been announced. The Painkiller Cup is a 14 mile downwind team race with 10.000$ prize money in the beautiful British Virgin Islands
Within a week the SUP community learned that 2 big SUP Events of the 2015 season have been cancelled, the Battle of the Paddle and the SUP Worldcup Fehmarn.
The 2015 Painkiller Cup took place last Saturday, January 17th in the British Virgin Islands. It is a 14 mile downwind race from Beef Island, Tortola to infamous Soggy Dollar Bar (which takes it’s name from the sailors swimming ashore – since there is no dock – to spend wet bills) on Jost van Dyke.