The worlds greatest paddler completed his “Decade of Dominance” this past weekend in the famous Molokai-to-Oahu Paddleboard race. He broke his 2007 record by 8 minutes finishing the 32-mile course in 4 hours and 31 seconds.
The 34-year-old Australian’s 10th consecutive win at one of the toughest races in all ocean paddlesports is a feat matched by no other. There’s no doubt the world class waterman joins the conversation of dominant athletes like Lance Armstrong and Kelly Slater who have owned their respective sports for a long period of time.
Check out SUP Mag for a complete wrap up of the weekend in Hawaii.
Here’s a video of Jamie Mitchell, Gerry Lopez and Brad Gerlach talking about the Molokai 2 Oahu World Championship Paddleboard Race.