Tamas (or "Tommy") Buday Jr. is a three-time Olympian and gun paddler from Canada (via Hungary). I love catching up with Tommy when we're traveling to events -- he's got a great insight into paddling and is just an all-round good guy -- so it was a pleasure to have him on Paddlecast today.
I just spoke with the International Canoe Federation (ICF) in Europe and they’re about to announce a pretty surprising move: The 2020 ICF SUP World Championships have been put on hold due to legal uncertainty surrounding their court case with the ISA (International Surfing Federation). But in an interesting twist, canoe’s governing body has already […]
Mike Jucker from Stand Up Magazin - one of the oldest and most respected outlets in the SUP media world - joins us to chat "Chaos of Champions," world titles and the future of the sport. Give Mike a follow on Instagram and help him celebrate 10 years of @standupmagazin. You can also listen to Paddlecast on
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."
We've just wrapped up an historic few days of racing here at the inaugural ICF SUP World Championships in China. There will be plenty of things said about this event over the coming days and weeks, but for now here's a quic
And that's a wrap! The first ever ICF SUP World Championships are complete, and what an awesome few days of racing it's been. You can relive all the action with full replays of the daily live streams (you c
Connor Baxter has cemented his name as the greatest of all time after claiming sprint gold on day two of the ICF Worlds in a record time of 0:46.38. Connor held off Italian ace Claudio Nika, Brazilian favourite Arthur Santacreu and half a dozen impressive darkhorses fr