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Nice glides and new ONE’s down under / 12 TOWERS 2017

Nice glides and new ONE’s down under / 12 TOWERS 2017

Robert Pirie has just released the latest video from the 12 Towers SUP race held on February 25/26th 2017 on the Gold Coast of Australia. This is a 14km Open Ocean Race from the world famous Kirra Point to picturesque Burleigh Heads.

Great footage of some endless glides showing why SUP downwinding is such a fast growing side to the sport. Also very interesting to see that the newer Australian home grown brand ONE Stand Up Paddleboards are there in force with more SUPs taking part than in previous events. A brand to keep an eye on in the future for sure.

You can find full race results here : www.webscorer.com

Find out more about the event on their Facebook page : www.facebook.com/12 towers ocean paddle race 2017

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