Tuesday, 29 January 2013 14:33
"I didn’t have a specific race plan or line," wrote Jasper Mocke in his post-race report, "but being in front and staying there seemed like a good idea!"
Wednesday, 25 January 2012 05:48
With Kristyl Smith and Kirsty Holmes busy with the surf IronWoman races, and last year’s winner Michele Eray looking into her crystal ball and foreseeing a headwind, this year was perfectly set up for local Ruth Highman to take her first ‘Doctor’ title.
Saturday, 21 January 2012 12:36
Perth, Australia: Freshwater's Tim Jacobs today became the first man to win back-to-back Doctor ocean ski events in hot, flat, unforgiving conditions in Perth [Editor: actually the second: Oscar Chalupsky won in 2005 and 2006!].
Wednesday, 18 January 2012 06:35
Perth, Australia: Five-time Olympian and Australia’s most celebrated surf lifesaver Clint Robinson will take a diversion from his London Olympic campaign to go for The Doctor in Perth this weekend.
Tuesday, 17 January 2012 04:27
Jeremy Cotter knows there will be no time to slacken off if he wants to add his name to the coveted list of champions who have won Australia’s premier ocean ski paddling race – “The Doctor” in Perth this Saturday.
Thursday, 19 October 2006 20:32
The Dubai Surf Ski and Kayak Club (DSKC) are hosting Dubai's first ever international Surf Ski Race, "THE DUBAI SHAMAL", the same "Shamal" used for the seasonal desert sand storms that blow across Dubai.
The US$10,000, 20km, DUBAI SHAMAL singles race is scheduled for Friday 1st December at 15h30 taking advantage of the prevailing wind conditions. Saturday will play host to sprint format using doubles and this event will be used to showcase the sport for spectators.
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Tuesday, 16 December 2008 00:25
For those who haven't visited "the doctor" this is your chance. This doctor won't check your throat or grab you by the balls and ask you to cough. This doctor may make you feel sick but more than likely he'll make you feel great.
Friday, 07 December 2007 12:18
"We've got the best field of paddlers ever for the Perth World Cup," said Race Director Ash Nesbit. "All the guys from Dubai except Hank McGregor, plus a whole lot of hungry Aussie locals."
Thursday, 06 December 2007 15:09
The Surfski circus moves down under this weekend when the world's top paddlers take part in the Rottness Island to Sorrento Beach race in Perth, Australia, on Saturday, with Oscar Chalupsky under pressure as he aims for a hat-trick.
Sunday, 26 November 2006 20:14
Perth, November 25
Standing next to his ski waist deep in the water, Oscar Chalupsky eyed the flat sea as he waited for the gun on the second day of the two-day World Cup in Perth. Having won the first day, his challenge was simple: win again and the overall title was his. But with the winner of the second day awarded twice as many points as the winner of the first, if he finished behind Daryl Bartho, brother Herman, or Aussie Ash Nesbit he could fall out of the top three.
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