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By Andrea Swayne
Candice Appleby of San Clemente made it four-for-four, Oct. 16-18, at Turtle Bay on Oahu’s North Shore, in the last event of the Waterman League Stand Up World Series.
After conquering the first three events of the four-event series that took her to Spain in June, Japan in September and the US Open of SUP in Huntington Beach earlier this month—and throwing in an unrelated win at the inaugural Pacific Paddle Games, Oct. 10 and 11 at Doheny State Beach in Dana Point—Appleby continued her winning streak at the SUP World Series final at Turtle Bay.
Her battle for overall top honors was hard-fought, taking the win over Fiona Wylde (Oregon) by a tight six-second margin, for the clean sweep (no SUP pun intended).