James Casey and Angie Jackson took out the 2016 Saucy Jack Classic in New South Wales, Australia last weekend, defeating an elite field to show they’ll be real contenders on the international circuit this season.
The Saucy Jack weekend (formerly “Harry’s Paddle”) was split into three separate races this year: The BOP race, the knockout sprints, and the 10k “Harbour Hustle” distance race. Points were combined from each to produce the overall event standings, and with seven of the world’s top 35 ranked men on the start line, including four of the top 15, it was always going to be a tough one to win. → READ MORE
In brief: From California to Australia to New Zealand, here’s a quick roundup of Saturday’s race results… → READ MORE
There’s a big race happening in Oz this weekend, with the Saucy Jack Classic set to cap off a great summer of SUP down under.
Combining a world class field of athletes and a unique event format, the Saucy Jack (formerly known as Harry’s Paddle) has grown into one of Australia’s premiere SUP races over the past few years. → READ MORE
Comprehensive results, recap, photos and video from Harry’s Paddle, a major charity race that took place in Stockton, New South Wales on the weekend. It looks like it was a fantastic event that will go down as one of the biggest and best in Australia’s SUP racing history.
The weekend attracted enough elite talent to qualify for the SUP Racer World Rankings, which saw a dozen Aussies make a jump up the Top 100 men’s leaderboard. → READ MORE
Check out the (belated) results from the recent “Harry’s Paddle” SUP Race, which was won by Beau O’Brian and Neelie Brown. The inaugural Harry’s Paddle, a charity event, was held in Newcastle, Australia a couple of weeks back and drew a determined field of local and interstate paddlers. The 2014 edition has already been pencilled in on the SUP Race Calendar and is set to be a big event, so keep your eye out for Harry’s Paddle next year.
Click through for results and photos… → READ MORE