I found an old bag full of SUP racing event t-shirts from over the years, and I thought it might be fun to take a little trip down memory lane and share some stories from the pages of paddling history. Live... Tonight... (and hopefully tonight only because I'm still having trouble breathing after putting on a dozen t-shirts at once) I present you with T-shirt Storytime
Paddlecast #33: Jim Terrell talks building canoes, competing in the Olympics and the early days of SUP…
It's finally ready. After three attempts and a few days of editing, the marathon Paddlecast with Jim Terrell from Quickblade is done. Jim Terrell is a four-time Olympian and the founder of Quickblade Paddles. We had a great chat about everything from building canoes to competing in the Oly
Fernando Stalla is a master of the ocean who has competed at the highest level in SUP racing and surfing for years, and who is now enjoying his isolation days spearfishing and living the Tahitian life with his wife and daughter. It was great to catch up with an old friend and talk about tr
Welcome back to Paddlecast. I was really excited to release a two-part episode with Annabel Anderson yesterday and today. We had a great chat last week -- I talked with Annabel for more than two hours about what she's been up to over the past couple of years and her thoughts on the sport in ge
Connor Baxter joins us from Maui to chat fatherhood, Fortnite and what the future holds for the greatest paddler of all time.
It's exactly five years to the day since the Battle of the Paddle took over Salt Creek and gave us one of the most memorable race
Giving new meaning to the term "Flashback Friday," today marks the fifth anniversary of perhaps the most famous (or infamous) race in the history of SUP. The Battle of the Paddle at Salt Creek was one for the ages. Not on