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NO PODIUM IN PARIS FOR SUP STAR

While there was mayhem on the street’s of Paris across the weekend, its waterways hosted the biggest SUP race in the history of the sport and the images were no less impressive.

The Central Coast’s Terrene Black was in the field, navigating her way through hundreds of amateurs on the River Seine, including the paddling dinosaurs.

She narrowly missed the podium in a sprint finish.

The final event of the year for the Toowoon Bay Lifeguard is in the Canary Islands this weekend.

 

 

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About Steve Allan

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Steve has been a casual sports journalist with NBN Central Coast since 2007. In his role with the National Rugby League; Steve has worked at every Grand Final since 1999, including hosting the post match presentation for channel nine from 2003 to 2010. He is also the host of a radio sports show, and has been named Best Sports Presenter Provincial at the Australian Commercial Radio Awards on six occasions. When he's not reporting on sport, he's an active participant - winning numerous Australian surf lifesaving medals at open and masters level.

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