Lazy Dog SUPfest and Race 2015

CERTIFICATIONS

 

PaddleFit Level 1&2 Certification  $490 

Friday, Jan. 30th & Saturday, Jan. 31st

at Smather's Beach

8:30am-5:00pm


PaddleYoga Teacher Training  $695 

(25 hour)

Thursday, Jan. 29, Friday, Jan. 30,  & Saturday, Jan. 31
Schedule TBA 


WPA WaterSafety $295  

Thursday, January 29th

8:30am-2:30pm at Lazy Dog


Special Olympics Coaches Training 

Thursday, January 29th   

3pm-5pm FREE

at Lazy Dog


PaddleFit Class with Heather Gaines, $15

Friday 8:30-9:30 

at Smather's Beach


PaddleYoga Class $20

Friday, January 30th

3:00pm-4:30 at Lazy Dog

(PaddleYoga Teacher Training students attend free)


Paddle Clinic with Larry Cain, $75

Friday, Jan. 30th at Smather's Beach
4:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Paddle Meditation

Friday, January 30st 

6:30pm-7:30pm (donation) at Lazy Dog


Paddle Clinic with Larry Cain, $75

Friday, Jan. 30th at Smather's Beach
10:00am to 12noon


Paddle Healthy: An Attitude of Gratitude 

with John Denney.   $75

Saturday, January 31st 5pm-7pm. 


Lazy Dog Bone Island 6-Miler Race. $40 advance

$50 after Jan 15th

Sunday, February 1st

8:30am– Race starts and finishes at Lazy Dog Paddle Shack

Awards and Refreshments immediately following


Wondering where to stay?  

It's a busy time in Key West so book your accommodations early!!!  Here's a link to some of the Key West guesthouses and Inns.  http://keywestinns.com/directory/availability

CERTIFICATIONS

 

PaddleFit Level One & Two Certification  $490 Friday, January 30th and Saturday,January 31st

at Smather's Beach


Day One: Fri 9am-5pm

Day Two: Sat 8am-4pm 


PaddleFit Level One is a foundational course with the nucleus being water safety including the laws and regulations surrounding SUP. Level 1 will also cover industry knowledge such as equipment design and proper equipment sizing as well as basic paddling and teaching skills in a group setting. PaddleFit has partnered with the WPA on the Level 1 course so you will receive the educational component for the WPA Class 1.

PaddleFit Level Two builds on the foundation of Level 1 with the emphasis now being on coaching and fitness. This course will allow you to work more in-depth on paddling skills as well as develop training programs. Level 2 will cover group dynamics, class management and introduce you to program development. We will discuss the client technique progression and show you the cues and tools to use to facilitate this. Please visit paddlefitpro.com for Key West registration.

 

PaddleYoga Teacher Training  $695 

Thursday-Saturday, January 29th-February 1st 

(1 day watersafety, 2 days paddleyoga) 

Thurs 8:30am-2:30pm, Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 8am-4pm at Lazy Dog

A 25-hour training focusing on SUP technique and skills, SUP equipment overview, water safety and rescue, weather and chart knowledge, adapting Yoga safely to SUP and PaddleYoga class development, Yoga specific to the SUP athlete, Pranayama, and business application. Continuing education credits are available through ACE and the Yoga Alliance. Trainees will receive a WPA level 1 WaterSafety SUP Instructor rating.


 

WPA WaterSafety $295  

Thursday, January 29th

8:30am-2:30pm at Lazy Dog

The WPA provides world-class water safety and SUP instruction designed to educate and prepare instructors to teach paddlers at every level how to have a fun and safe experience on the water. Our expert staff will certify instructors to teach a consistent and proven curriculum of fundamental technique, water dynamics and water safety appropriate for all water environments. 

 

Special Olympics Coaches Training 

Thursday, January 29th   

3pm-5pm FREE

at Lazy Dog

An informational session on Special Olympics  and how to develop a relationship with your local Special Olympics Program. Pairing SUP and community service is mutually beneficial to athletes and your business. Attendees will learn how to develop a Special Olympics SUP program in their area and how to acquire Special Olympics credentials to coach. Attendees would have opportunity to meet a few athletes and get an update of the status of SUP development in Florida. 


Friday, January 30th

PaddleYoga Class Feb 6th 3:00pm-4:30 $20 at Lazy Dog

(free for PaddleYoga Teacher Training students)


Friday, January 30th, 4:00pm-6:00pm or

Saturday January 31st, 10:00am-12noon

Training Techniques and Race Preparation with Larry Cain at Smather's Beach

$75


Clinic will focus on basic paddling technique and how to adjust it to best suit your own strengths and weaknesses. We’ll focus on finding the right paddling “gear” to suit your ability and the type of race you’re doing. 

If water conditions are suitable we’ll focus on drafting and practice in small groups on both the back and, if time permits, the side wave. If water conditions are too rough we’ll focus on how to maintain good paddling rhythm in waves and using what the waves have to offer to your advantage.

There will be an opportunity discuss anything thing related to training and racing.


Moonlight/Sunset Paddle Meditation Saturday, January 30st  6:30pm-7:30pm (donation) at Lazy Dog


Saturday, January 31st, Paddle Healthy: An Attitude of Gratitude with John Denny, 5pm-7pm. $75

John Denny, who was part of Laird Hamilton's Strapped Crew on Maui, and holds a Masters degree in Psychology, teaches a biofeedback method that allows anyone to see how their body reacts to stress and realize that they possess  the ability to manage their response. His students include some of SUP’s young guns and seasoned watermen. Location for class TBA.


Sunday, February 1st

8:30am– Lazy Dog Bone Island 6 Miler at Lazy Dog, $40 (now til Jan 15th, $50 after)

12:00pm Awards at Lazy Dog


Wondering where to stay?   It's a busy time in Key West so book your accommodations early!!!  Here's a link to some of the Key West guesthouses and Inns.  http://keywestinns.com/directory/availability

Event Entries Click on an event to see who entered.

NameNumberCraftAgeGender
David Ambos1SUP 12'6"30-39Guy
Julie Becker2SUP 12'6"30-39Girl
Barbara Sage3SUP Surfboard40-49Girl
Tyler Talkington4SUP 12'6"30-39Guy
Holly Amodio5SUP Surfboard30-39Girl
Sue Cooper6SUP 12'6"40-49Girl
Bill Horn7SUP 14'50-59Guy
Al Simmons9SUP 12'6"60+Guy
Anthony Galang10SUP 12'6"40-49Guy
Heather Gaines11SUP Surfboard50-59Girl
Catherine Uden13SUP 12'6"30-39Girl
Matthew Johnson14SUP 14'40-49Guy
Courtney Turney15SUP 12'6"40-49Girl
Andrea Schliessman16SUP 12'6"40-49Girl
Joe Galang17SUP Surfboard40-49Guy
Mike Kenna18SUP 14'40-49Guy
Jamie Sorbelli19SUP Surfboard40-49Girl
David Johnson20SUP Surfboard40-49Guy
Kristin Yunger21SUP 12'6"40-49Girl
Camille Blatz23SUP 12'6"50-59Girl
Nancy Curran24SUP Surfboard60+Girl
Kyla Shoemaker25SUP 12'6"30-39Girl
Colleen Mcintyre26SUP Surfboard60+Girl
Kate Wilson27SUP Surfboard30-39Girl
Bill Bailey28SUP Surfboard40-49Guy
Cody White29SUP 12'6"30-39Guy
Renee Makimaa30SUP Surfboard40-49Girl
Scott Baste31SUP 14'50-59Guy
Sheeri Weyers32SUP Surfboard30-39Girl
Sydney Sessoms33SUP 12'6"30-39Girl
Jamie Moger34SUP 12'6"40-49Guy
Joey Huempfner35SUP 12'6"U19Guy
Deirdre Robbins36SUP 12'6"50-59Girl
Tiffany Cadzow38SUP Surfboard30-39Girl
Paul Gallagher39SUP 12'6"50-59Guy
Sandy Rodriguez40SUP 12'6"40-49Girl
Briana Castillo41SUP 12'6"30-39Girl
Hannah Morgan42SUP Surfboard20-29Girl
Heather Whitehead43SUP 12'6"30-39Girl
Megan Zaubi44SUP Surfboard20-29Girl
Maureen Kempa45SUP 12'6"40-49Girl
Mark Coleman46SUP Surfboard40-49Guy
Travis Kindt47SUP 12'6"20-29Guy
Louis Wray48SUP Surfboard20-29Guy
Juan Deleon49SUP Surfboard30-39Guy
Sarah Sullivan50SUP Surfboard20-29Girl
Larry Cain51SUP 12'6"50-59Guy
Jessica Pyron52SUP Surfboard30-39Girl
Darrian Hidreth53SUP 14'40-49Guy
Brooke Robertson54SUP Surfboard30-39Girl
Patti Johnson55SUP Surfboard40-49Girl
Andres Pombo56SUP 12'6"20-29Guy
Liana Pyne57SUP 12'6"30-39Girl
Laura Iossi58SUP Surfboard40-49Girl
Marlo Landreth59SUP Surfboard30-39Girl

Results Select an event to view results.

Note: All live times are unadjusted and unofficial.


Meet at Lazy Dog by 7:30/8 am!  Race starts promptly at 8:30am!  Racers will paddle out
 Hurricane Hole Marina for a water start, next will round a buoy (left side buoy turn) to enter the cow key channel, paddle down about a half a mile to the next buoy turn ( this time it's a right side buoy turn) thus entering the Rivieria canal ( approximately 2.5 miles) where the canal narrows toward the end making for a fun competition just before entering the Gulf of Mexico where the watery road opens up for paddlers to take all the space they need as they continue with the longest leg of the course (roughly 3.5 miles).  There will be a little bit of a surprise as you enter the last mile!!!!!! Paddlers will finish at the mouth of the Hurricane Hole (water finish) to tell their tales of their journey over refreshments!  

When:

Jan 29 to Feb 1, 2015

Where:

Key West, FL