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Tuesday, 11 November 2008 01:34 | Written by
[Editor: Steve Price from Hobart, Tasmania contributed this salutory tale of a less than pleasant experience.  I know of at least three paddles that have broken in the last couple of weeks - are you prepared for this?] {mosimage}
Sunday, 09 November 2008 05:27 | Written by
Oscar Chalupsky sent us some phenomenal photos of himself and Tahitian local Tepa Leopold catching the wave at Teahupoo...  Enjoy! {mosimage}
Sunday, 09 November 2008 02:53 | Written by
[Editor: Six weeks ago, David Scheen disappeared during a paddle near his home town Peterborough in Victoria, Australia.  Some of his gear, along with his smashed ski, was found the next day.  Here's a follow up report from The Standard online.] {mosimage}
Wednesday, 05 November 2008 14:59 | Written by
The Anchorman 2008 winner is: Dominic Henry of Mauritius. Dominic Henry - Anchorman 2008!
Wednesday, 05 November 2008 05:01 | Written by
The draw for the 2008 Dubai Shamaal Anchorman - worth around US$20,000 - takes place tonight at 8pm South African time. Here's how it will work.
Tuesday, 04 November 2008 03:40 | Written by
What motivates email hoaxers?  What assholes.  This 2006 pic of a Great White Shark is doing the rounds via email at the moment. 2006 image showing Great White Shark off Fish Hoek Beach. (Copyright Alison Kock)
Saturday, 01 November 2008 15:31 | Written by
If you find a bottle of wine in your race pack then you're probably in Italy. You might even find a Parma Ham as a prize! Surfski racing is slowly growing in Italy. There are thousands of kilometers of coastline and, surprise, surprise ...there are also downwind conditions (Oscar can…
Friday, 31 October 2008 01:46 | Written by
[Editor: I've paddled across False Bay twice.   Both times it was with a group, yet we all agreed how lonely and far from shore we felt in the middle of the bay...  As far as anyone I've spoken to knows, this was the first ever solo crossing of False Bay…
Wednesday, 15 October 2008 03:41 | Written by
Editor: It's with a heavy heart that we publish this story - David Scheen from Victoria, Australia is missing after setting out on a training paddle yesterday.  I met David in Hawaii earlier this year where he paddled the Molokai Challenge - he's a strong paddler, but the story looks…
Wednesday, 08 October 2008 11:16 | Written by
Having had one or two close scrapes in my time I've had opportunity to reflect on them (with relief) and learn something (like not repeating said stints again), but my most recent (repeat act) has bothered me sufficiently to feel the need to share it with you. Who knows, it…

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