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Wednesday, 22 December 2010 08:04 | Category : Latest Surfski News

For the first time since 2006 (2004 if you’re talking line honours), and ahead of the two previous winners of Sydney’s most prestigious race, Tim Jacobs has won the Epic Kayaks Twenty Beaches in style. In doing so, Tim has taken out the first ICF World Series event held in Australia and has taken a clean sweep in the 2010 Bing Lee LG Oceanseries in association with Epic Kayaks.

Tuesday, 30 November 2010 17:11 | Category : Latest Surfski News

Tim Jacobs made it 5 from 5 this weekend, winning the Manly Wine King of the Harbour in perfect conditions, on what he describes as one of his “favourite courses in any race in the world”. In winning race 5 in the Bing Lee LG Oceanseries, in association with Epic Kayaks, Tim has set himself up well to defend his Dubai Shamaal title this week. Murray Stewart and Dave Smith, who came 2nd and 3rd respectively, will join the contingent of challengers from around the world, looking to knock Tim off his perch.

Tuesday, 26 October 2010 07:51 | Category : Latest Surfski News

The third race of the Bing Lee LG Ocean Series in association with Epic Kayaks got off to a great start on a picture perfect Spring day. The Pacific Ocean was flat with a very light 7km  NNW wind on a .5 meter NE swell which meant the race direction had to be from Bondi to Watsons Bay. 

Monday, 25 October 2010 08:17 | Category : Latest Surfski News

Yet another chapter in the Cotter v Allan battle unfolded at Dee Why beach last Saturday. This time Jeremy Cotter came out on top after two very narrow seconds to the in-form Ben Allan.

Monday, 11 October 2010 19:07 | Category : Latest Surfski News

By 10:30am this morning there were 150 weary, windblown but satisfied paddlers waiting for the prize giving in the relative shelter of Governor Phillip Park at Pittwater. Conditions for the 2010 Alto Land Rover Lion Island Challenge were tricky to say the least and even the most experienced paddlers were tested.

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.

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