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Re: Recommended FLAT WATER board
« Reply #90 on: February 21, 2018, 11:04:14 AM »
ukgm - well that shows that most people have got their heads screwed on then! And there's a clear steer for event organisers. btw did you not include SUP Armada in that?


True, I forgot that one. I never got exact numbers on it (as there was a difference between the elite race and the Guinness World Record attempt) but I think I do have that data somewhere. Sadly, that event has been cancelled this year but on paper so far, I think the Dart will be the top SUP specific event as it sold out all 250 slots in 48 hours. I can't see anything other than the club champs getting anywhere near that.

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Re: Recommended FLAT WATER board
« Reply #91 on: February 21, 2018, 11:18:30 AM »
Children seem to naturally use their entire body to do things... While paddling, you'll notice them using toes and all. Indeed, we should take note, because it's the best way to prevent injuries (instead of relying on a single muscle mass, as most adult beginners seem to)
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