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Saturday, 24 March 2007 11:30
24 March 2007, Auckland, New Zealand
The King of the Harbour, one of the most prestigious surf ski races in the international calendar, is a two-day event held on North Island, New Zealand. The results from the three-man relay event on day 1 are combined with the individual event on day 2 to compute the team and individual titles.
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Wednesday, 23 July 2008 06:23
It appears that the big O, as he's affectionately known, is retiring from surfski paddling at the top of his game. Unconfirmed reports suggest that he's tackling a much bigger challenge...
Tuesday, 11 March 2008 14:29
Do you ever find yourself with an injury and you have to stop paddling? Does your routine get thrown off and then your training program lapses? Well, who you gonna call to get it back on track?
Sunday, 10 February 2008 08:47
We're considering starting a column on the site called, "The Adventures of Oscar the Paddler"... Yep, he's at it again. Oscar Chalupsky is on a European tour to visit the Epic dealers (and to create new ones). Last seen in Wales, he's re-surfaced (briefly) in Sweden where he joined the local "Dawn Patrol" in a warm (0-2degrees Centigrade) paddle with some of the best Adventure Racers in the world.
Sunday, 11 March 2007 05:32
While it's impossible to say who's the best surf ski paddler in the world, it's fair to say that the short list would include Oscar Chalupsky and Dawid Mocke.
Thursday, 19 October 2006 19:25
On the Surfski newsgroup there's been much discussion recently about how the northern hemisphere is approaching winter. The denizens of the far north are discussing the finer points of dry suits, hypothermia and the benefits of slipstreaming icebreakers...
In an astonishing scoop, Surfski.info is proud to reveal how South African paddlers tackle cold weather... See below.
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