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Playak News Flash
The famous Playak News Flash informs tens of thousands of paddlers around the world about the most popular paddling news each day. Playak editors
hand-pick the best headlines 24/7, and those that are viewed most by our readers are sent out in the News Flash.
Each Friday, we send out the Weekly Digest (instead of the daily News Flash), containing the top headlines of the past 7 days, as well as the most popular videos and forum topics, plus a
list of upcoming events.
SUP Magazine (1 hour ago) -
The 2014 SUP racing season hasn’t ended yet, as the Third Annual Chattajack 31 returns to Chattanooga, Tenn. this Saturday, October 25. With a couple hundred participants already registered for the 31.5-mile event, the competition will be heavy as competitors race down the Tennessee River on SUP, prone paddle boards, surf skis, kayaks and outrigger canoes. read more...
Am. Whitewater (3 hrs. ago) -
A couple of weeks ago AW staff and several like-minded river folks attended last month’s Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) meeting in Glenwood Springs. We joined together there to let the board know that the upcoming state water plan must ensure that healthy rivers (and the communities that depend on them) are treated fairly in the plan. read more...
Seth Ashworth (5 hrs. ago) -
So as summer rolls into autumn and the days start getting shorter and cooler here on the banks of the Ottawa river the water levels in the northern drainage begin to rise dramatically. This forces the Hydro dams up and downstream to start managing the water differently in preparation for winter. The river levels have been rising since September first and that is good news for the kayakers who are still here. read more...
SUPracer (7 hrs. ago) -
Japan is definitely one of the fast-growing nations in the stand up paddling world. The country has always had a big, ocean-loving culture and now we’re starting to see some big SUP races to match. read more...
Kokatat Blog (9 hrs. ago) -
It took a long time to get to the put in. We had to access the high mountain plateau near Mongolia through a police check. Then we camped and spent the entire next day traveling through the mountains in a Russian military vehicle to get to the put in, passing through a military checkpoint that wasn't going to let us through. All in all, it was quite a wild ride. read more...
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