jeremy cotter

Wednesday, 21 July 2010 10:06 | Category : Latest Surfski News

Starting the first round of any series early is a hard job - it's been bitterly cold in the south this winter! But the first event in the AORS went off with a bang, with a huge, highly competitive field.

Wednesday, 23 December 2009 14:08 | Category : Latest Surfski News
Young Cooper Cotter missed seeing his dad win one of the most competitive ski races ever this weekend, but then he is only ten days old and dad did have to get special dispensation to get away from Queensland for the day!

Jeremy Cotter on his way to victory

Jeremy Cotter on his way to victory


Sunday, 22 November 2009 16:48 | Category : Latest Surfski News

Take a technically challenging course, add some of the world's best elite surfski paddlers, mix in a dash of hectic weather and you've got the Dragon Run - "definitely the most competitive race this year," said Dawid Mocke who came fifth after hitting the wall some 5km from the finish.

Winners DR09 Graham Uden

Shannon Eckstein (1st), Jeremy Cotter (2nd) and Tim Jacobs (3rd) (Pic: Graham Uden)

Thursday, 30 April 2009 11:02 | Category : Latest Surfski News

Ten days before heading to Dubai last December, I took my laptop to bed around midnight to "watch"'s coverage of the Dragon Run in Hong Kong. By my estimation, four paddlers had a shot at the title: Jeremy Cotter, Oscar Chalupsky, Clint Pretorius and defending champ Dawid Mocke, the man I figured most likely to come through.


Wednesday, 24 December 2008 02:49 | Category : Latest Surfski News

An hour into the first leg of the world's longest, toughest ocean kayak race, dorsal fins appeared one by one, then in a flurry until they surrounded us like a shiny gray gang of skinheads emerging from a dark alley. Only a rube from Brooklyn or a paranoid fool would have thought shaaaark -- these mischievous mammals had Flipper written all over them. I've paddled with dolphins in Florida and Hawaii and New Jersey, but I'd never seen so many, so close, or for so long. They were as cheeky as subway mashers and so large that they actually put out a fat wash.

Tuesday, 02 December 2008 11:05 | Category : Latest Surfski News

The Aussies are back with a vengeance, taking three of the top five spots in today's US$130,000 Dubai Shamaal Surfski race.

Tim Jacobs

Tim Jacobs wins the 2008 Dubai Shamaal (Pic: Alain Jaques)

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