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Glenn Dubock
Hanohano race start full group Glenn Dubock
This past weekend, Standup Journal’s team photographers, brothers Glenn and John Dubock, got cabin fever and headed down to the infamous Hanohano Huki race event on Mission Bay in San Diego, CA. The Hanohano Huki Ocean Challenge is one of the Longest Running Paddlesport Races in California (OC-1, Surfski, Traditional Paddleboard, Standup Paddleboard and Kayak) and...
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Annabel Anderson Connor Baxter Pacific Paddle Games 2017
In a weekend of thrills, chills and fiery finishes, the 2017 Pacific Paddle Games was non-stop entertainment.  Top athletes from ALL OVER THE GLOBE set the stage here at Doheny State Park for what turned out to be one of the greatest standup paddle racing events of all time. The LIVE FEED from the PPG’s...
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mongoose cup 2017
The standup paddle racing season in Southern California is bookended by two events. Springtime yields the socially acceptable joyride called the Mongoose Cup while the Fall offers the serious competition of the Pacific Paddle Games. Two events could not be more different. The PPG is the big leagues, a true test of the high-performance aspect...
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Nikki Gregg Ken and Sandi Twist Baywood the paddleboard co photo Glenn Dubock (2)
Standup Journal’s photographer-writer Glenn Dubock recently drove north up the Central California coast to catch up with fitness guide, sup coach and shining star, Nikki Gregg.  Here is final installment of Glenn’s three part series:  What’s the Original Queen of Sup, Nikki Gregg, doing now? Nikki finds fresh waters and bright new beginnings The morning...
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Nikki Gregg disbatches Part 2 Glenn Dubock
A Downwinder and A Dunking – Metaphors For The Life Of A SUP Pro By Glenn Dubock Nikki Gregg has settled in quite nicely to her new found home on the Central Coast of California. She has connected with Ken and Sandi Twist, owners of The Paddleboard Co. in Morro Bay, folks she describes as...
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Nikki Gregg Baywood Pier Glenn Dubock banner
Inspiring the legions of women who came after her, Nikki Gregg, fitness model, white water paddler and open hearted woman pioneer was – and still is – the original Queen of Sup.  Catching up with Nikki Gregg A night of blessed pouring rain does nothing to dampen my excitement at reconnecting with Nikki Gregg. Her...
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The Pacific Paddle Games Wrap Up: The Doheny Hammer Takes Its Toll!
The Pacific Paddle Games (PPG) Wrap Up & Epic Photo Gallery by Glenn Dubock I have never raced in a technical sup event here, probably never will unless they have a special division for photographers that can’t get enough of the “agony of defeat” genre of imagery that this location is so famous for. But...
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A Mix Of Mortals And Superstars | The Night Before Pacific Paddle Games
I pulled into the big parking lot at Doheny State Beach only to find Kai Lenny standing dripping wet with a huge smile on his face. He had just gotten off the water after using his new GoPro for the very first time and was pretty stoked about it. We chatted for awhile, I wished...
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Salted Not Shaken | The Pineview Perspective From Demo Day
It was a blistering 98 degrees out on the beach at Pineview today but the hottest thing out there was our new issue! The busiest people in the industry were stunned by what we have done: capture the state of stoke of sup with a look at the waters we have paddled and all the...
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