Full Length Highlights Reel From The Painkiller Cup (aka The ‘Caribbean Paradise’ Race)

Painkiller Cup BVIsA few days ago I posted a clip that proved very popular. It was a quick edit of last weekend’s Painkiller Cup, an exotic-looking team relay held in the paradise that is the BVIs, aka the British Virgin Islands (it’s somewhere in the Caribbean apparently).

While that first video was a brief highlights reel of the weekend, we now have the full recap video. And this clip makes the Painkiller Cup look like even more of a Bucket List race…    → READ MORE

WATCH: Highlights From A Unique & Exotic SUP Race In The Caribbean (The ‘Painkiller Cup’)

Painkiller Cup Stand Up Paddling videoCheck out this quick little recap of Saturday’s “Painkiller Cup” race in the British Virgin Islands.

Definitely one of the more exotic events on the SUP race calendar, the Painkiller Cup is a 14 mile inter-island relay, where three-person teams battle it out for the $5,000 winner’s cheque. The 2015 champs were Team Mexico, featuring Shelby Dela Rosa Taylor, Ryan Helm and Bicho Jimenez.   → READ MORE

Team Mexico Wins The Painkiller Cup In The Caribbean

Painkiller Cup SUP Race BVIsTeam Mexico have taken out today’s Painkiller Cup, one of the more exotic races on the annual calendar. Held in the Caribbean paradise of the British Virgin Islands, the Painkiller Cup is a three-a-side relay covering 14 miles. The race starts at Trellis Bay on “Beef Island” and finishes on the isle of Jost Van Dyke at the Soggy Dollar Bar.

The victorious Team Mexico was an all-Sayulita affair, with Ryan Helm, Shelby Dela Rosa Taylor and Javier ‘Bicho’ Jimenez leading the race from start to finish.    → READ MORE

[RESULTS] The Painkiller Cup, British Virgin Islands (aka SUP Racing In Paradise)

 Painkiller CupThe Painkiller Cup, one of the more exotic races on the international calendar, has just wrapped up in the British Virgin Islands after being dominated by the visiting Hawaiians. The race is a 14 mile downwinder that heads along the north coast of Tortola (the biggest island in the BVIs), before crossing the channel and finishing at the Soggy Dollar Bar on the island of Jost Van Dyke.

It’s also an excuse for a holiday in paradise   → READ MORE