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Welcome to the Supconnect Weekly Recap, our countdown of the biggest news, reviews, interviews and features surrounding the world of Stand Up Paddleboarding. This week we’re bringing you another sample of the best stories covered by ourselves and other publications.
Nothing takes the luster off a paddling excursion faster than a beaten up, waterlogged “SUP board” with the general maneuverability of an aircraft carrier. Glide SUP has a solution!
Christopher Knoles, the newest member of the Glide SUP Team, wrote this insightful and eloquent piece, entitled 'Why I SUP', giving readers unique insight into the benefits of stand up paddle boarding.
Last week we reported that Glide SUP athlete Shane Perrin would attempt the World Record for longest paddle in 24 hours. After his successful attempt, we had a quick chat with Shane to talk a little bit about his new world record.
PEMBA, Mozambique - Over the last few weeks we've been following the mini-documentary, starring Seth Warren and Kirk Hollis, who went on a self-propelled journey from Mozambique to Zanzibar. Last week we saw episode one, entitled "HAIR-FIRE, KNEE SURGERY AND DRUNK SUP PROMISES" - a fitting title for a crazy clip. This week the journey continues with a new installment, titled: GETTING PAST DEADLY PUNTA DIABLO, AFRICAN ADVENTURE UNDERWAY
PEMBA, Mozambique - Last week we aired the KUZI Project Teazer clip, which introduced viewers to the incredible journey that Seth Warren and Kirk Hollis took up the East Coast of Africa this year. EPIC TV have just released episode 1 of their 6 part-part mini-documentary series that follows this crazy duo 500 miles, from Mozambique to Zanzibar. It's titled: "HAIR-FIRE, KNEE SURGERY AND DRUNK SUP PROMISES". Watch and enjoy...