If you've been following SUP Racer's coverage of the ultras and thought to yourself, "I'd also like to suffer," then this is your lucky week. Because next weekend, October 8-10, there's going to be a special, virtual edition of the Clarence 100 that an
Atlanta's Paul Cox and Joe Mann from Kansas City have conquered this year's wild, crazy, beautiful Great Alabama 650 to defend their event title and set an extraordinary new race record of 4 days, 17 hours, 04 minutes.
When you think of paddling in the United States, you probably see images of Hood River in Oregon, Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina or the original home of the sport at Dana Point, California. Alabama ain't going to be on your list. But
Niek van der Linde paddled 23 hours through the fields of Friesland, Emmanuelle Marcon flowed down the Dordogne river in France for 11 hours, and somewhere in the remote wetlands of upstate New York, canoe teams completed their own 145km quest in times between 12