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Starboard 2016 inflatable Racer range - game changing for competitive paddlers?

It’s no secret that inflatable stand up paddle board technology is gaining ground on it’s harder SUP siblings. For 2016 Starboard have upped their game further with the introduction of the Racer which could be game changing SUP racers wanting maximum portability, convenient board storage and a machine that doesn’t lose out in the performance stakes (too much). 59 more words

SUP UK News

(9) 4 on the floor – O’Shea 9.4ft inflatable SUP review

Having tested a number of O’Shea’s inflatables we kind of had an idea what to expect. A well manufactured product, with distinct livery, and attention to engineering detail is once again evident with the brand’s 9.4ft (nicknamed ‘the Pea’) offering. 384 more words

SUP Kit Reviews

Air filled fun – Neptune SUPs inflatable 10ft review

When Damian Scott from Neptune SUPs gave us a holla regarding the brand’s new inflatable board, we were intrigued. Unpacking it from the box, it certainly looks like a quality product with the designers having incorporated Neptune’s instantly recognisable livery into the finished product – making it very distinct. 423 more words

SUP Kit Reviews

Salty, sandy, sentimental Jessie

May 2015

I rolled a book, a Toña, and a straw into a small dry bag and clipped it to the center of our paddle board. 806 more words

By Jessie

Another new article validates proposed new IUSP grading system

Another new article (to be published in European Urology) has used data from > 25,000 patients to validate the proposed IUSP grading system, scheduled to replace the Gleason grading system over the next few years. 374 more words

Management

Revenge of the vagabond Brits

May 2015

Mark and Helen’s last night in Costa Rica coincided with a reunion with two other familiar faces. Remember the two vagabond Brits we picked up in… 755 more words

By Jessie

Predictive accuracy of the new ISUP grading system in a nationwide patient cohort

A paper in European Urology has provided us with additional early data on the applicability of the new ISUP grading system scheduled to replace the Gleason grading system over the next few years. 456 more words

Management