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Kauai World Challenge - first reports

Sunday, 14 May 2006 09:17 |

Oscar Chalupsky reports from Hawaii:


Seven teams took part in the surfski section of the race.  South Africans featured in the first team home (Clint Pretorius/Eric Abbott) and the team that came second (Oscar Chalupsky/Ken Collins). 


(Clint's team mate, Eric Abbott is a 19 year old Hawaiian who paddles K1 and also is in the USA sprint team.)  


Ken Collins took the first leg and lead at the first change-over ahead of Eric Abbott and Joe Glickman...


Molokai – Perfect Forecast ** pics & video **

Friday, 14 May 2010 07:57 |

For the last three years the Kaiwi Channel hasn’t come out to play – but she’s back with a vengeance for the 2010 edition of the Molokai Challenge.

Molokai 2010 - Video

Monday, 31 May 2010 08:06 |

"That last hour was really tough in the bump," said Karl Treacher. "I'll send you a video that shows just how technical it was."  Here's the video.

Molokai Update

Saturday, 15 May 2010 22:06 |

Could the Molokai record be broken this year?  "Yes," said Dean Gardiner a few minutes ago from Oahu, "In these conditions and with the quality of paddlers at the top end of the field I reckon there's a strong chance that the record will go."

Sydney Paddlers prepare for Molokai

Sunday, 28 March 2010 10:00 |

In Sydney, preparation for Molokai s is now in full swing. Bridge to Beach was the last of the season's races in Sydney and the next thing on the cards is Molokai or the Durban World Cup.

Molokai 2006


Happy 45th Birthday Rob Mousley

Saturday, 17 May 2008 15:52 |

VIP Rob enjoys a beer in Dubai
VIP Rob enjoys a beer in Dubai

[Editor: This feels weird - I knew nothing about this article until a few minutes ago - but it's a nice surprise! Thanks Al!]

Since you are reading this article on, it is very likely you will come across the name 'Rob Mousley'. Rob is the joint founder of and is a prolific writer and avid surf-skier. In the 3 years of's existence, Rob has published over 600 articles which have generated nearly 5 million pageviews from readers all over the world.

Sunday 18th May is not only the day of surf-skiing's most famous race, the Molokai Crossing, but, by some huge co-incidence, it is also Rob's 45th birthday. Rob is currently in Hawaii and will be realising a dream of taking on the winds and ocean swells to make the 56km crossing from Molokai to Oahu. In the last few weeks Rob has written a number of articles profiling the world's top surfski paddlers, and I thought it would be a good idea to profile Rob himself!

Keep playing with your little Millers Runs…’ The Aussies are coming!

Thursday, 21 February 2008 04:11 |

The sport of surf ski paddling has taken some giant leaps forward over the last few years. We now have events in nearly every corner of the globe with competitors coming from countries that don't even have oceans.


Nick Holt
Nick Holt


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