In paddling, it shouldn’t matter what size or shape you are, or whether you are able bodied.

It’s for everybody and EVERY BODY!

My Aim is to help make paddling more accessible to women through asking manufacturers to increase sizing options, encouraging women to have body confidence and get involved in the sport.


There’s lots of ways I’d describe the paddle boarding community: inclusive, welcoming and wonderful. Like many others, I discovered the world of SUP this year as a perfect, socially distanced escape and way to spend time outdoors.  As a size 18 woman, only slightly larger than the average, which is a UK16, I thought it…

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My Blog

We talk paddling experiences, kit, life and a bit of everything in between!

Guest Blogs

Inspiring women share their stories of paddle boarding, training and kit.

Lands End to John O Groats

In 2021, I’m completing a virtual challenge which will take me 847 miles.

A chat with Tamara

I’m Tamara, and I live in Australia (Wollongong, NSW). I’m studying a Masters of Counselling right now, and last September…

What will they think?

I hear this question a lot well I don’t, I hear the answer to the question. “I’m too fat”, “I…

A chat with Holly Pye

Im Holly 👋🏼 I’m 23 and live in South Devon. I’ve been racing now for about 3 years. My day to day life…