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Molokai 2015 – A Maiden Voyage

on July 10th, 2015 in Downwind, Molokai, Racing, Surfski, Team Think, Uncategorized, Uno Max by | Comments Off

  Molokai 2015 – maiden voyage across the Kawaii Channel The idea of doing an open ocean ski race from one island to another is quite appealing, daunting  & exciting all rolled into one, make that  crossing the ” Channel of Bones” from Molokai to Oahu, a distance of 53km,…

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Ski Rental for Worlds

on May 6th, 2015 in Uncategorized by | Comments Off

World Championships in Tahiti. Has a wonderful, exotic ring to it, don’t you think? Well it’s isn’t far away, so now is the time to get booking a ski for the big event. Think Kayak will have a fleet available, which need to be booked and paid for by June….

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Bridge to Beach 2015

on March 24th, 2015 in Uncategorized by | Comments Off

  Bridge to Beach, probably Sydney’s most iconic surfski race, starting under the Harbour Bridge and finishing at Manly. It’s a no holes barred 11km sprint across the best harbour city in the world with some of the biggest names in Australian paddling having their name on the top prize,…

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From Tassie to Ulladulla – Makai Cup 2015

on March 5th, 2015 in Uncategorized by | Comments Off

  Makai Cup 2015   A few weeks ago I got a call from the boss (Stew) , “Want to come up and race the Makai Cup down the south coast?” It didn’t take long to make the decision as I’ve heard some great reports about the race and the…

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Teneale Hatton is the latest high profile athelete to join Team Think

on February 9th, 2015 in Uncategorized by | Comments Off

Really stoked to announce our first female member of Team Think, world kayak champion, Taneale Hatton from New Zealand.  I managed to track her down between paddling fast, lifting heavy weights, and studying to grab a quick interview.     Stew O’Regan: Teneale, it’s very exciting for us to announce…

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PaddleLife With Sean Rice

on January 14th, 2015 in Uncategorized by | Comments Off

  An exciting new venture in paddle sport for 2015 sees Sean Rice set up a new website called PaddleLife. Through various mediums such as photographs, video, blogs and coaching advice, Sean aims to share his love of the sport of surfski paddling with paddlers across the globe. Part of…

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The Famous Cut Run

on November 25th, 2014 in Uncategorized by | Comments Off

We’re back in Perth for the second running of the Doctor in 2014. The event has been rescheduled from January to November for various reasons, but one of those is wind,  strong consistent wind. This place goes off with South, South Westerly winds, creating cleaning flowing runs all the way…

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The Mike Snell Trophy

on September 17th, 2014 in Uncategorized by | Comments Off

  The Paddle NSW Open Ocean and Harbour series has come to a close for 2014. We’ve been treated to some fabulous races on terrific courses this season, the final one being Middle Harbour, “Spit to the Zoo”. This race has always been a personal favourite as it takes in…

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Think Kayak BodyScience Paddling Shorts

on August 13th, 2014 in Uncategorized by | Comments Off

  We’re well known for making comfortable skis, where ergonomics play a huge role in how our designs allow you to paddle at your best. Having a comfortable ski is really important to your paddling enjoyment, but equally as important is wearing the right clothing. We’ve had some fantastic paddle…

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The Tingira Challenge 2014

on August 5th, 2014 in Uncategorized by | Comments Off

  The latest round of the Paddle NSW Open Ocean and Harbour series took place last weekend. Now it being my home turf, I’ll of course be a bit biased, but I don’t think you can get a better place for a race. Stunning harbour, lots of free parking, easy…

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‘Seize the Day’ Big Paddle for Leukaemia

on June 26th, 2014 in Uncategorized by | Comments Off

Andy Owen started a paddle on the 22nd of June from North Bondi to Mudjimba Surf Club on the Sunshine Coast, a distance of over 1000 kilometres. This paddle is to raise money and awareness for victims of Leukaemia and associated blood disorders! The paddle was inspired by our close…

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Pennypinchers Easter Surfski Challenge

on April 24th, 2014 in Kenny Rice, Races, Racing, Sean Rice, Skis, Training, Uncategorized, Uno Max, World Champion by | Comments Off

Sean Rice is just back from competing at the Pennypinchers Easter Surfski Challenge in Plettenberg, South Africa. In a seriously red hot field, (including current Doctor Champion, Jasper Mocke, and World Marathon Champion Hank McGregor, World Series Champion Dawid Mocke amongst other big names), Sean managed to win on his…

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Rose Bay Challenge 2014

on April 22nd, 2014 in Uncategorized by | Comments Off

  Autumn in Sydney can throw up any weather. Baking hot one day, hammering rain and wind the next. Unfortunately for the latest rough of the Open Water and Harbour series, we scored the latter. Nonetheless, a bunch of hardy paddlers rocked up to Rose Bay and took on “the…

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Junior World Champion, Kenny Rice joins Team Think

on April 10th, 2014 in Downwind, Kenny Rice, Races, Racing, Skis, Surfski, Think, Training, Uncategorized, Uno Max, World Champion by | Comments Off

  We are stoked to announce that the current Junior World Champion, Kenny Rice, has joined Team Think.  Kenny joins older brother, and World Champion, Sean, in our international race team and will be tackling races all over the globe in 2014. He took some time out from his busy…

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The 2014 Makai Cup

on February 10th, 2014 in Downwind, Races, Racing, Skis, Surfski, Think, Uncategorized by | Comments Off

The tales of the 2013 Makai Cup are still told regularly, when a bunch of downwind frothers took on massive Southerly conditions and were rewarded with one of the classic races ever to be held in Australia. So when the 2014 calendar was announced, lots penciled in the 8th February…

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