This is a short independent film being shot this summer. It will be fallowing me and my SUP friends as we SUP surf all the best waves in Colorado. We will also be filming some of the best river runs in area as well. The editing is being sponsored by Borders Surf Magazine out of Texas. This film will be about the inland surf lifestyle and its community!
If you would like to sponsor the making of this film please contact Alex Mauer email@example.com
Welcome to Paddle Surf San Antonio! SA’s first social stand up paddle board group open to everyone. Stand up paddle boarding (SUP) is a brand new sport to San Antonio. SUP has blown up all over the world and is a great way to spend time with friends and family on the water, while staying active and getting an amazing core workout. Paddle Surf San Antonio is a group of SUP enthusiasts in and around Central Texas and based in San Antonio. Our goal is to create awareness and establish San Antonio as a SUP destination by organizing regular social stand up paddle events. San Antonio is blessed to have so many different SUP options from beautiful flat water lakes like Canyon, Medina, Mcqueeney, Placid, and Boerne Lakes, we can river surf the rapids on the Guadalupe, Comal, San Antonio and San Marcos Rivers to surfing the waves in Port Aransas.
If you're looking for a group to get out and paddle with, or need a San Antonio source for SUP gear, board rentals, advice or anything else SUP related then you've found the right place. Join us, make some new friends, have fun, stay active, and enjoy being on the water.
I look forward to meeting you!
Please visit www.AlexLinnell.com for all the information on donating to the American Red Cross and for information on tracking me throughout the trip!
Alex Linnell, who will be the first person to ever stand-up paddle (SUP) the length of the Mississippi River, begins his trip June 1, 2011 from the headwaters at Lake Itasca in Minnesota. Best estimates make this trip between 60 and 90 days long (duration depending on water depth and current speed following the spring flooding). While the actual length of the Mississippi River differs depending on who you ask, most sites typically put the distance around 2350-2400 miles. The current SUP distance record is held by Tom Jones, who paddled 1507 miles from Key West to NYC in the summer of 2010.