Pacific Paddle Games: World’s best SUP racers put on show at Doheny State Beach

By Laylan Connelly

It’s considered the Superbowl of SUP.

The world’s best stand-up paddle athletes kicked off the Pacific Paddle Games at Doheny State Beach in big surf Saturday, Oct. 6, as a hurricane swell slammed the coast.

The event brought about 400 paddlers – some elite competitors in the pro division and others in the open division – for a series of races throughout the two-day event.

  • Bruno Hasulyo, of Bangkok, Thailand, Casper Steinfarth, of Thisted, Denmark, and Zane Schweitzer, of Lahaina, from left, battle for the final qualifying spots in their heat in the 2.4 mile Men’s Pro Technical race during the Pacific Paddle [READ MORE HERE]

    Source: OC Register

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