Organizers of the West Coast's top paddle-surfing contests are issuing a simple challenge to all paddle-powered athletes: Who's the Best in the West? The objective of the second annual Pacific Paddle Surfing Series is to choose the best paddle-surfer in the sports of waveski, surf kayak (either HP or IC), and SUP from all the events on the West Coast in the 2013/2014 surfing season. We will choose the best paddle surfer based on the highest scores of three out of the five contests set for the pacific coast surfing season. Contests with more surfers in attendance will get more points as it is simply more competitive. You will need to be in at least three events. The overall winner will be crowned in the last contest of the series at the Santa Cruz PaddleFest on March 28-30, 2014. Dave Boehne of Infinity Surf Boards of San Diego was the winner of 1012-13 season. Good luck to this year’s athlete in this grand display of paddle powered surfing.
Photos and text by Bryon Dorr Another Davenport Paddle Surf Classic is in the books. The event, hosted each fall in Davenport Landing, Calif., has been growing for over 12 years, and 2014 saw the larg[...]
In this segment of Santa Cruz PaddleFest 2014, reporter Bryon Dorr talks with local female phenom Kate Duncan about paddling at the iconic surf spot.
Santa Cruz PaddleFest 2014 will go down in the history books as yet another year of Steamers Lane providing: classic big waves and quality beatings.
With three events down, the Pacific Paddle Surf Series has two remaining rounds to determine who is the "Best in the West" among the three paddling events.
In light of the recent Santa Cruz Paddlefest, the Pacific Paddling Surf Series and the upcoming World Championships in July, C&K staff wanted to bring back a story from the March 1987 issue.
Photos and event wrap of the Davenport Paddle Surf Classic, from Davenport Landing, Calif., Event No. 4 of this year's first annual, five-stop Pacific Paddle Surf Classic.