Library: Tom Blake Surfing 1922-1932
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Craig Lockwood explains the procedure behind paddleboard races. Teams from Hawaii, Australia, South Africa and California compete. It is a play by play of competition and race in the water at the Molokai Race that is a long grinding paddle. Conditions for the Catalina Classic had “superb flat-water conditions.” The first ever U.S. Paddleboarding Championships, a 19.5 mile race from Malibu to Hermosa that was “the toughest 20 miles I’ve ever paddled” said George Kabris.