After 594 days the sidelines, Fiona Wylde made her long-awaited comeback on the weekend in what proved to be a rollercoaster of both emotions and results. After finishing outside the top five of a Euro Tour race for perhaps the first time ever, Fiona flipped the script the following day with a win in the beach race. Here's a deep dive on Fiona's comeback story in her own words...
The APP have confirmed the first two stops on their elite-only super tour have been cancelled, with the 2020 series now condensed into three events spanning six weeks from late October through early December in Japan, Spain and Paris. The two can
Chaos of Champions: The “sport” of stand up paddling now has 22 world titles and it’s getting ridiculous
"What did you get on Halloween?" - "15 gummy bears, three chocolate bars and a couple of SUP world titles." "Ooh, I'll trade you half a pack of M&Ms for your world titles!" - "Nah, you can have 'em. I'm sick of world titles anyway."
“I was so scared.” Danish Viking Casper Steinfath survives fog and chaos to defend Red Bull Heavy Water title in San Fran; Terrene Black women’s winner (UPDATED)
The "Danish Viking" Casper Steinfath has defended his Red Bull Heavy Water title in San Francisco today after surviving what is surely the gnarliest and most chaotic race the sport has ever seen. The event certainly lived up to