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  • The Golden Rules of Stand Up Paddling
    by Paul. on May 25, 2016 at 2:34 AM
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    Well Done BIC! Great to see a big SUP manufacturing company like this promoting safe paddling and best practice!!!

  • Big Wave Surfing!!
    by Paul. on December 15, 2015 at 3:37 AM
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  • Irishsup Surf Classic 2016.
    by Paul. on April 4, 2016 at 2:45 AM
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  • Forward Paddling Stroke
    by Paul. on March 1, 2016 at 3:27 AM
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    Using the correct paddling technique affects your ability to travel on the water with ease, progress your SUP skills and minimise muscular injury. ASI Master SUP Trainer, Will Anido demonstrates the 5 phases of the paddle stroke.

  • Dublin City SUP, Feb 2010.
    by Paul. on February 16, 2010 at 2:49 PM
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    Stand Up Surf Zone take to the River Liffey for some SUPing Feb 2010. This section paddled was through the city centre!

    by Paul. on June 30, 2010 at 5:54 AM
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    Ed, Fran and Paul head down the River Barrow from Carlow to the ocean. Using only SUP's, and camping along the way. June 2010. CHEEK POINT-NEW ROSS-ST MULLINS.

  • 'Tow-in Surf Session', Ireland's first B...
    by Paul. on February 14, 2011 at 4:05 PM
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    'Tow-in Surf Session', Ireland's first Big Wave Invitational surf contest demonstrating tow-in surfing and organised by The Irish Surf Rescue Club (ISRC) in association with Billabong and Monster Energy was held yesterday at Mullaghmore Head, Co.Sligo in 20-30ft surf. The conditions for the event were spectacular with crowds gathering along the headland from the early hours of the morning in anticipation of the exciting display of big wave surfing to come. Hundreds of people watched 22 of Ireland and Europe's best big wave surfers take on the 'beautiful beasts' of Mullaghmore reef throughout the day over three rounds lasting one hour each. A high level of preparation and safety was also demonstrated by The Irish Surf Rescue Club Water Patrol who were on hand to help surfers after some heavy 'wipeouts' who were pushing their surfing to the limits. It was a tough call for the Irish Surfing Association (ISA) judges to decide the winning teams and awards at the end of the day. The criteria was based on those who rode the biggest waves, in the most critical part of the wave displaying the most skill and commitment. In the end the winning Open team went to International surfers and Billabong team riders Benjamin Sanchis and �ric Rebi�re, riding the some of the biggest 'barrels' ever seen at Mullaghmore. The winning Irish team went to Peter Conroy and Glyn Ovens. Wave of the day was awarded to Professional surfer Gabe Davies, who pioneered the big wave spot of Mullaghmore with his tow partner Richie Fitzgerald, from Bundoran. Biggest Barrel of the day was awarded to Alistair Mennie, a pioneering big-wave surfer from Portrush. Easkey Britton also held her own in challenging conditions with the guys as the only female competitor in the event surfing. Catching a solid 20 footer and showing that it's not just 'a guy thing.' Results: 1st Open: Benjamin Sanchis and �ric Rebi�re (France) 2nd Open: Peter Conroy and Gyln Ovens (Ireland) 3rd Open: Al Mennie and Andrew Cotton (N. Ireland) 4th Open: Gabe Davies and Richie Fitzgerlad (Ireland) 1st Irish Division: Peter Conroy and Gyln Ovens (Ireland) 2nd Irish Division: Al Mennie and Andrew Cotton (N. Ireland) 3rd Irish Division: Gabe Davies and Richie Fitzgerlad (Ireland) 4th Irish Division: Mikee Hamilton and Dave Lavelle (Ireland) Awards Best wave: Gabe Davies Best/Heaviest wipeout: Richie Ftizgerald Best barrel: Al Mennie Most radical turn: Barry Mottershead Most committed: Shane O'Connor Best pick-up (water patrol award): Lyndon Wake

    by Paul. on August 27, 2012 at 6:11 PM
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    In 1964 Kevin Cavey introduced surfing to Ireland from Hawaii. Today the surf culture that he pioneered is going strong in Dublin. "The Dimming Tide" follows Kevin and three other Leinster surfers; Frank Gordon, Chris O'Neill and Tim Ferguson as they surf the waves of the East Coast of Ireland and share the experiences of their diverse surfing lives. Directed and photographed by JULES CHARLTON. A HOKUA MEDIA Production.

    by Paul. on June 23, 2010 at 3:28 PM
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    Ed, Fran and Paul head down the River Barrow from Carlow to the ocean. Using only SUP's, and camping along the way. June 2010.


  • King of the Waves NZ.
    by Paul. on January 30, 2015 at 3:05 AM
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  • Carrick on Shannon SUPari July 2010.
    by Paul. on July 26, 2010 at 2:18 PM
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    On this SUPari we cruised down the River Shannon from Carrick to Drumsna. On the Sunday we drove on to Sligo for an introduction to SUP surfing session. All with the lads from Stand Up Surf Zone. www.irishsup.com

  • Peru Day 1 Highlights.
    by Paul. on March 18, 2012 at 7:11 AM
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