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Dawid Mocke extended his lead in the Oceanpadder World Rankings last weekend, coming fifth in the Steelcase Dragon Run.  His lead is now almost unassailable with one race to go.

Published in Aus/NZ

Jasper Mocke is now just six points behind his older brother Dawid (after discards).  There are just two races to go and it's going down to the wire...

Published in Aus/NZ

Two more races down - the Nelo Summer Challenge and the Maar'amu Surfski Race in Tahiti...  Jasper Mocke beat his brother to take the Nelo race and to move into second position on the Oceanpaddler World Rankings.

Published in Aus/NZ

The video feed was just clear enough that we could make out two white-clad figures paddling two white boats - the Mocke brothers, hammering it out in front of the 138-strong fleet of surfskis...

Published in Europe

30 August 2012 Porto, Portugal: In the lead up to the Nelo Summer Challenge, a host of international paddlers have gathered in Porto, Portugal, amoung them Sean Rice (SA), Jasper Mocke (SA) and Bill Bain (Aus).  Yesterday, they went out in "serious" downwind conditions, to find two paddlers in serious trouble.

Published in News
Friday, 24 August 2012 04:37

US Surfski Champs - the Rambo Video

Despite the un-video-friendly conditions (low light/foggy), Rambo did a great job of this one.  Look out for the flying ski in the surf at the start...!  

Published in USA

26 July was show-down day. I knew all along Jasper was the main man to mark. I’ve trained and raced against him more than enough times to know he is a fantastic paddler and I should come more than prepared and be ready to hurt when lining up next to him at any race.

Published in Europe

Two more races down - the Norweigen ASKR race and the US Surfski Champs...  Jasper Mocke beat Sean Rice to take the ASKR event, while Dawid Mocke dominated in San Francisco.

Published in Aus/NZ

As they raced under the Golden Gate Bridge, Dawid Mocke and Simon van Gysen were neck and neck, charging towards the Fenn Hotspot and its $1,000 reward.  The last time they’d raced, in Spain, van Gysen had pulled away and won.

Published in USA

San Francisco: 96 athletes from 11 countries will line up later today to race the new US Surfski Championships course, among them a fair selection of the best surfski paddlers in the world today.

Published in USA
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