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SUPWorld June 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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3 min.
rippas little

Justin at info@littlerippas.com There are probably few more people as enthusiastic about surfing and SUP as Justin Holland. His nickname is Frotha for good reason. A regular on the current professional world SUP tour, Justin was an accomplished junior surfer competing on the Australian circuit. He’s also a highly regarded big wave surfer and is just as comfortable surfing at home at Kingscliff with his kids as he is surfing giant waves at Jaws off Maui or Cow Bombie on Australia’s west coast. When he’s not slipping down 50ft faces, Justin is a builder and diehard family man and it’s his latest project that has him most excited. The Little Rippas are all about the kids… and kids only. “When I started stand-up paddleboarding, the one thing I wanted to share with…

6 min.
rottnest classic 2019

MONDAY 8TH APRIL 2019 Wes Fry (Mt Coolum, QLD) and Shakira Westdorp (Tugun, QLD) have mastered large and powerful surf conditions off Rottnest Island, to capture victory at Western Australia’s premiere SUP surfing event, the North Fremantle Stand Up Surf Shop Rottnest Classic presented by SunSmart. Strickland Bay provided a picturesque, but challenging competition arena as finalists battled the elements in search of glory. A building 6-8 feet swell combined with strengthening cross shore winds to deliver plenty of thrills and spills. Amongst the broken boards, snapped paddles, stretched leashes and countless fins knocked out over the reef there was some amazing performances from some of Australia’s very best SUP surfers. Wes Fry was a popular winner, claiming his maiden Rottnest Classic victory by defeating the event’s inaugural champion Justin Holland (Kingscliff, NSW) in…

3 min.
queensland sup surfing titles 2019

CHAMPIONS HAVE BEEN CROWNED ACROSS 8 DIVISIONS AT THE 2019 QUEENSLAND SUP SURFING STATE TITLES, WHICH WERE HELD AT DURANBAH BEACH ON THE GOLD COAST. BEAUTIFUL WEATHER AND CLEAN 2-3FT (1M) WAVES PUMPED THROUGH AS COMPETITION GOT UNDERWAY. Wesley Fry (Mount Coolum, QLD) has taken first place in the Blue Ribbon open men’s division, defeating Nic Walker (Coolum Beach, QLD), Tim Cyprien (Helensvale, QLD) and Craig Liddicoat (Mooloolaba, QLD) respectively in a closely fought final. Competitors were trading scores excitedly throughout most of the heat, and in the dying seconds, Fry managed to get the score he needed to take first place. Fry scored a 5.43 (out of a possible 10.00), which when combined with a 6.27 for a heat total of 11.7 (out of a possible 20.00) was able to…

1 min.
fun in the sun

Imagine mountainous backdrops, crystal blue water and waves pushing through and breaking across the reef with perfection! With a short flight and a quick boat ride we arrived at a break that one local said, “No-one ride this board here before.” It didn’t take long to exit the boat and get into the line-up… With waves pumping through and the camera going we were having fun! From the bombie peak to the inside it was a 150 metre plus ride, with different sections popping up. The sun was shining and the wave God, Huey, was smiling down on us. In a blink of an eye, three hours had passed and the captain called us in and so we headed back to the boat with smiles and a buzz to match. That night over dinner…

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banana bread bliss balls

www.karlagilbert.com.au ALL BLISS BALLS CONTAIN DATES AND ALMOND MEAL, RIGHT? How To Make… 1. Mash the bananas and add all the ingredients, except the oats2. Once well combined, blitz the oats and the wet mixture together until completely combined.3. Pop the mixture into the freezer to firm up. You don’t want it frozen, just firm enough so you can roll them.4. Roll into generous teaspoon sized balls and pop in the fridge or freezer to store. Ingredients… • 2 small bananas mashed• 100 g light cream cheese• 1 tbsp honey• cinnamon as little or as much as you want• 2 cups rolled oats• 1 large tsp coconut oil• 2 tbs chia seeds…

3 min.
achilles revisited

THE ACHILLES TAKE TWO As most of you know, Angie is heading back under the knife to lengthen out her Achilles tendon that would not budge! I’ve been getting lots of questions from paddler’s about Achilles problems and of course about Angie’s Achilles, so I thought I’d talk about that. WHY DIDN’T IT LENGTHEN? So, after Angie’s first surgery, she was initially put into a cast with 30 degree’s (just about max) plantarflexion (toes pointed down). This is for a good reason, as it purposely shortens the calf muscle and Achilles tendon so that any excess pressure is taken off the healing bone and tendon itself. The downside of this process though, is that she was stuck like this for six weeks. Tendons are a living, adaptable structure within the human body –…