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SUPWorld March 2019

SUPWorld® is an Australian made Stand Up Paddle magazine filled with high quality photo’s from some of the world's best photographers and top end articles. SUPWorld® has coverage of SUP events both in Australia and Worldwide, SUP rider biographies, fitness and nutrition tips and much more...!

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12 towers 2019

TOP FINISHERS Open Men TOP FINISHERS Open Women “I've used the velocity a lot in training over the last few years, however have never given it as much love as it deserves come race day. Most of the time opting to go back to my DRYFT model for comfort, however, seeing how rough and messy the 12 Towers course looked the day prior, it was really a no brainer to go the Velocity. I rode a production 23 wide carbon model. The board is specifically designed for confused seas, where keeping a high average speed is essential. The velocity is set apart from many other "dugout" boards with its flatter entry rocker, and softer rails, allowing it to keep high speed between large bumps. I think this is critical, as anyone can be fast while…

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brissup club race day - race 1

(03/02/2019) If you were to hold a survey of the paddlers attending any BrisSUP Club event and asked what you like most about paddling, the resounding response would include the word “fun”. As usual, there were well over 40 registered racers for BrisSUP Club’s first race of 2019. Normally we would expect many more to register on the day, however there was a brisk south-easterly sending a pattern of small waves through the Shorncliffe breakwater. These conditions would often see many competitors drop out of the event, but not today, 56 paddlers across three categories made it to the start line. We have our share of paddlers who are competitive, but most are social paddlers. Today’s racers included several paddlers who had made the trip north from the Gold Coast, and there was…

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getting up to get down - wind, that is

BY NOW IF YOU’VE BEEN FOLLOWING MY PAST ARTICLES, YOU SHOULD HAVE SOME IDEA OF WHERE FOILING HAS COME FROM, UNDERSTANDING THE DIFFERENCES IN SOME OF THE GEAR, KNOW SOME FOILING ETIQUETTE AND EVEN IF YOU HAVEN’T TRIED IT YET HAVE SOME KNOWLEDGE OF THE BASIC TECHNIQUES TO GET YOURSELF THROUGH THOSE EARLY STAGES. NOW IT’S TIME TO LOOK AT REALLY OPENING UP PANDORA’S BOX – THE OPEN OCEAN & DOWNWIND FOILING. If you mastered levels 1 & 2 and earned your wings, then you likely rock up to your work or home each day with a ridiculous grin on your face from the session that day or even still lasting from the day before, and you are likely making every effort to get out again at any given opportunity. But…

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river foiling

Have you got one of those special places that just is a pure pleasure to paddle or Foil? Well on the Gold Coast/Tweed border is the Tweed River and this magic little wave that only works on certain tides but is a fun wave that runs for around 500m. With water that is like a tropical reef this really is a hidden little paradise right in the craziness of the Gold Coast. If you get the tides right and know when the swell will push 1km up the river mouth then you will be in for a very special teat!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4A-Osfc-Mk…

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“i’m burnt out.”

February 25th, 2019 It was a sunny Thursday morning in Portugal. I’d woken up at 5am to write SUP Racer’s morning briefing. At around 8am I hit post, proceeded to share the link on Facebook and promptly shut my laptop. It would be the last time I’d encourage anyone to visit supracer.com in any meaningful way for the next three months. I started SUP Racer just over seven years ago – December 19, 2011 was the first entry on this blog – and in that time I’ve churned out 2,714 posts that have, hopefully, had a genuine impact on this wonderful and quirky little sport of ours. That’s an average of just over one news story per day, every day, for seven years straight. Plus thousands more posts and videos directly…

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mexican tortilla

WWW.IRONMUMKARLA.COM.AU How To Make… 1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees (fan forced). Grate the carrot and zucchini (unpeeled), dice the brown onion, peel and crush the garlic. Drain and rinse the four bean mix. 2. Heat a small amount of olive oil in a large frying pan over a medium-high heat. Add the onion, carrot and zucchini and soften for 5-6 minutes. Add the garlic and mexican spices and cook for 1 further minute 3. Next, add the beef mice to the same pan and cook for 4-5 minutes, breaking up with a wooden spoon, until browned. Stir in the passata, salt and beans. Reduce the heat to a simmer and cook for 4-5 minutes, or until slightly thickened. Leave aside. 4. Spray a medium baking dish. Place the mini tortillas around the base of…

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