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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Mar 2010
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    Ocean City
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    Dean Randazzo Cancer Foundation- 4th Annual Paddle for a Cause

    http://www.deanrandazzocancerfoundat...le-for-a-cause

    Has anyone on here done this? Any idea the level of difficulty? im assuming pretty difficult with it being 22+ miles. Any idea how you carry food, water, sunscreen etc on an SUP?

  2. #2
    Paddled prone the last 2 years. Start training and just do it.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
    Location
    CNJ
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    If you have a paddleboard, contact Coastal Eddie out in CA. Purchased a wonderbracket and two waterbottle holders, it also holds a protein gel and a bracket for a watch/GPS.
    http://www.coastaleddieusa.com/page/page/4485170.htm

    There's a competitive and noncompetitive division for this paddle. This will be my first time doing the paddle. In addition to distance, the winds, swells, and heat or lack of may add or lessen difficulty. The SEA Autism paddle was not bad a few years back, but there was also a nice current in parts of that paddle. Fun passing traffic on the West side highway the 1st year they had it. Go For the Dean!
    Ryan