STUART ROBINSON OF Comox rides a wave during world championships in Peru.

Robinson at SUP world championships

International Surf Association holding event in Peru

This week is the International Surf Association World Championships for Surf, Paddle Boarding and Stand Up Paddling.

Local athlete Stuart Robinson is first to catch the wave ahead of Venezuela and Peru. This is the first time athletes from

Canada have entered a team in the world championships.  Twenty-three countries are involved with 150 of the world’s

best competitors in attendance. Stuart, co owner of SurfSUP here in the Comox Valley has been ʻSUPPINGʻ for six years

and also runs the Vancouver Island SUP race series around the Island.

“It is a sport that everyone can get involved in no

matter what level,” notes Robinson. “Get stoked and join in with other positive people who just want to get out there and have

fun.” You can follow the championships via live streaming at Goggle –  ISA Worlds Peru.

– SurfSUP





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