Archive for the ‘Paddleboard TV’ Category

Catalina Classic Paddle Board Race

Thursday, September 7th, 2017

A quick edit of Molokai2Oahu 2017

Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017

Congrats to all who crossed the channel in 2017!

Chasing the sky

Thursday, July 13th, 2017

Prone paddling in Hawaii

Molo Prep 2009 Eric Abbott

Sunday, June 25th, 2017

light windl Hawaii kai paddleboard run. Last paddle before molokai 2009!

The Maliko Run Downwind Paddle on Maui

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017

Join Bay Area resident Tom Sher as he paddle surfs 10 miles downwind on the famous Maliko Run on Maui, many paddlers’ dream. Go with him on his journey and learn how he prepared, what it felt like paddling in big open ocean surf and what surprised him the most!

The Maliko Run on Maui is an epic 10-mile open ocean downwinders paradise for those who love the ocean and for the most experienced paddle athletes. You must train, be safety minded and prepared.

Paddlers come from around the world who prone paddle, surfski, enjoy OC1 and OC2 and of course many stand up paddlers are also testing their skills.

It is a place that must be respected and treasured where everyone keeps each other safe. When in doubt, don’t go out. Always, ALWAYS wear a leash, wear bright clothing, take your phone or better, GPS radios and only go with the most experienced.

Contact Suzie Cooney here for Maliko downwind paddle coaching:

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Downwind Busca Vida – Rua K (Prone Paddle & SUP)

Monday, April 24th, 2017

Downwind Busca Vida – Rua K realizado em Dezembro de 2016. Time Abubakir: Maurício Abubakir e Sérgio Diniz.

Downwind Busca Vida – Rua K performed in December 2016.
Abubakir Team: Maurício Abubakir and Sérgio Diniz.

NSP DC Downwind Ocean Race Elite 14′

Monday, January 9th, 2017

Paddling in the waters of Mallorca Island with my NSP DC Downwind Ocean Race Elite 14′ 26″
Fin: FCS II Danny Ching 9′
Filmado con el DJI Phantom 4.

ROCC 18km downwind

Thursday, November 3rd, 2016

Here’s a quick 2 min clip from the downwind Redcliffe Outrigger Canoe Club 18km OC1 race on the 29th October 2016. Very technical, and a lot of fun

M2O 2016 Race Report Part 2: Jeff Chang’s magic prone board

Monday, August 8th, 2016

Interview with Jeff Chang the evening before the Molokai race. Jeff is a great guy and an amazing waterman. He built his own prone boards and did the race on a prone board for the first time.

“Dont Mind It” just paddle

Wednesday, July 6th, 2016

This video is about “Dont Mind It” just paddle

Molokai2Oahu Paddleboard Race 2014 – “The Crossing”

Tuesday, June 14th, 2016

This is a short film that follows amateur paddler Mark Schulbach as he attempts his first crossing of the infamous 32mile Kai’wi channel during the 2014 Molokai2Oahu Paddleboard Championships.

This is dedicated to every single paddler, from the weekend warrior to the *record breakers, who know what it feels like to cross that finish line and know you just accomplished something truly remarkable.

*Congratulations to Matt Poole (AUS) for breaking into the top 10 fastest times with a record finish of 4:52:02.

Thanks for watching.


PaddleAthlete – Smiley and I take a bump run

Sunday, May 1st, 2016

Downwind conditions are hard to come by in San Diego, so we try and get on even the smallest bump with a bit of wind. Smiley Garcia and Johnny Kessel get a few runners duting out 12 mile La Jolla to Cardiff April 31, 2016 Follow @paddleathlete / #paddleathlete on Twitter:!/paddleathlete
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Bark Prone Paddleboards

Sunday, April 24th, 2016

Paddleboard Specialists carries a full line of production prone paddleboards from Surftech. Available in Elite or AST construction, The Commander is available in 14′ or 12′ and the 10’6 Sprinter is available for lighter paddlers . Visit or give us a call today.

Kendrick Louis takes on the Channel of Bones

Tuesday, April 19th, 2016

Watch Kendrick Louis as he takes on The Channel of Bones for the title of World Paddle Board Champion, Stock Division in the Molokai to Oahu race.

Michael Phelps teach you freestyle

Thursday, March 24th, 2016

The Ultimate Waterman OC-1/Waka Ama & Prone Paddleboard Surf Race // #WhateversonMyiPhone

Sunday, March 13th, 2016

Waka Ama/OC-1 Saturday 3/12/16 and Prone Paddleboard Surf Race 3/13/16 with #TheUltimateWaterman in #NewZealand. Super stoked to start this major competition with some good momentum racking up points from my 4th place finish in OC-1 and my 1st place finish in the Prone Paddleboard Surf Race/Paddleboard Surf Life Rescue! Mahalo Dolphin water crafts for the amazing Prome Paddleboard and mahalo Kai Wa’a Hawaiian canoes for my Pink Standup For The Cure edition OC-1/Waka Ama! Mahalo Pulama Collier and the Pacifica Festival for all the mana and good times at the Hawai’i Halau workshop and at the Pacifica Festival!

Hawaii Downwind 2015

Thursday, March 10th, 2016

Downwinder in Hawaii with Surftech team and legends Zeb Walsh and Lachie Lansdown

Winter Training on Lake Ontario

Friday, February 19th, 2016

Some local paddlers aren’t deterred by a little bit of winter. Here’s a look at some of the best and worst of winter on Lake Ontario.

Prone board paddling technique

Monday, February 15th, 2016

This video is about Prone board paddling technique

Paddle to Lost Beach

Monday, February 15th, 2016

This video is about Paddle to Lost Beach on Oahu’s North Shore

Shark knocks kayak fisherman off his ski

Monday, February 1st, 2016

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Just another morning fishing at our local spot and I managed to capture one of those moments that one will never forget- thanks to my GoPro!

The Right – Laurie Towner

Monday, January 25th, 2016

“The Right”. 1 Guess why it’s called that. Not hard to figure that one out, but this wave is different to any right i’ve ever surfed. It’s hard to compare different waves to each other, but maybe you could say its a similar version of Teahupoo only right, matching its power and quick arrival out of the deep West Australian water. One difference in particular is that after its initial break on the shallow shelf, it quickly falls into a deep section where it can hold you down for a very long time. I’d be lying if i said i was wasn’t scared surfing this wave…