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Sunday, 21 August 2011 10:26
“Race delayed – bit of a curved ball – but we’re getting used to that,” said Dawid Mocke as the Chicago Shoreline Marathoners took shelter from the lightning, 50mph winds and driving rain.
Sunday, 14 August 2011 07:31
Dawid Mocke dominated the US Champs today, while Michele Eray overcame the pain of an arm injury to take the women’s title by over 11 minutes!
Saturday, 13 August 2011 11:26
In a controversial interview, South African Dawid Mocke was named favorite for today's US Surfski Championships being held in San Francisco Bay, California.
Friday, 29 July 2011 16:53
In beautiful Vesterålen, Norway, the Arctic Sea Kayak Race has been ongoing for a week with different activities. Today was the final day with the ICF World Cup Surfski race as the main event.
Published in Europe
Saturday, 16 July 2011 16:49
Durban: The 54th running of the Discovery Scottburgh to Brighton surfski race was completely dominated by the “Cape storm” of former world champ Dawid Mocke and younger brother Jasper, Sean Rice (Cape Town) and Richard von Wildemann (Port Elizabeth) who completely obliterated the local contingent in challenging downwind conditions to claim places one to four overall.
Wednesday, 22 June 2011 05:11
Last year saw the first surfski race in the Arctic Circle – and South African Sean Rice won by over 20 minutes. This year it may not be so easy…
Published in Europe
Sunday, 12 June 2011 18:27
Durban – Hank McGregor's scintillating form in the Discovery Sunglass Hut Surfski Series continued on Sunday 12 June when he demolished the rest of the field in the CMH Toyota Pirates Umhlanga Pirates surfski race by over three and a half minutes.
Sunday, 05 June 2011 13:14
Durban – With the south coast providing challenging conditions for the Discovery Winkle Surfski race, race five of the Discovery Sunglass Hut Surfski Series, it was Hank McGregor’s experience and class which saw him power his way to victory.
Tuesday, 01 March 2011 04:32
“We’ve been so lucky with the conditions,” said Gary Kroukamp, the inspiration behind the Cape Town Downwind Series. “And Saturday was no exception. Fantastic downwind, great turnout.”
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