End of SUP Season 2019

If it was possible I would give up my job, move to some paradise and make SUP board my home thanks to which I would be able to float at any time of the day and year. I would prefer to devote my life to it.

Closing the SUP season comes to me with difficulty, and putting aside SHARK in the place of winter rest is a sad moment for me. I cheer myself up with the hope that I would find the opportunity to float on my board at this freezing time of the year.

My recovery at the beginning of October, which stopped me from SUP-ing for six weeks, only increased my appetite for floating. I’m realising the plan of launching my board on weekends so far trying to make up for lost time.

On the other hand, winter is the best time for me to practise other physical activities without feeling guilty. I devoted 7 past months of my life to my water passion development. It was the most demanding season, resulting with ‘mastering’ surfing on the crazy Red Paddle Whip board and taking the highest place on the podium at the Planet Baltic SUP Race 2019 in Kołobrzeg.
Also the warm end of Summer allowed me to spend September holidays equally intensively.
I don’t want to repeat myself, that is why you can read about this and other feats in amazing natural circumstances and breathtaking views here, here, here and here.
It is hard for me to believe that I managed to see so many places in such short time.
It was really well spent time.

What left is to wish you good weather conditions and patience in waiting for Spring. See you on the water until the reservoirs freeze. We will arrange ice-skating instead.

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