They say there's "something in the water" in Australia. The sparsely-populated country continent has somehow managed to produce a significant chunk of the world's best paddlers over the past decade despite having a population half the size
I dusted off my old race board on Saturday.
In brief: Karla Gilbert has won her sixth 12 Towers title while Lincoln Dews cemented his world number one status by vanquishing a strong pre-season field on Australaia's Gold Coast today. The iconic ocean race offered competitors a solid downwind run to make up for last yea
The iconic lifeguard towers of Australia's Gold Coast are coloured bright yellow for obvious reasons, standing as beacons of safety along one of Queensland's most popular but deceptively-dangerous stretches of coast. They're also the eponymous inspiration for what is a
[notdevice][fbvideo link=”https://www.facebook.com/paddleleague/videos/1589425394486884/” width=”645″ height=”363″ onlyvideo=”1″][/notdevice][device][fbvideo link=”https://www.facebook.com/paddleleague/videos/1589425394486884/” width=”322″ height=”181″ onlyvideo=”1″][/device] Let’s count how many strokes DEEP team rider Lincoln Dews takes in the first minute of the 12 Towers Ocean Race using his