STUART ROBINSON IS seen here overtaking a French rider to take eighth place in the first heat of the SUP technical race.

Robinson 15th at world SUP championships

Comox competitor does well at stand-up paddling event in Peru

 

 

 

Stuart Robinson of Comox advanced to the finals of the 2013 World Stand Up Paddle-Surf Championships with 23 of the finest SUP competitors in the world on Saturday in Peru. He finished in 15th place.

Team Canada finished 10th overall in a field of 23 national teams. “For a first time at this level the team did great,” Robinson said. “It will ignite the fire and entice others in Canada to do the same.”

Robinson will be taking on some other international races before the start of the Canadian and Vancouver Island SUP race series. Check out a full calendar of events at surf-sup.ca.

– SurfSUP

 

 

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