About Paddle Diva
Scott Bradley was born and raised along the shores of Long Island and is the true embodiment of a “Waterman”. He has competed in over 100 surf competitions and has over 15 years of surf instruction for children and adults. Scott was a NCAA Division 1 swimmer, is a certified ocean Lifeguard, active member of the East Hampton Volunteer Ocean Rescue Squad, is Ocean Rescue Systems International, Public Safety Rescue Swimmer Certified and has experience ocean lifeguarding for over 18 years. Scott is a founding board member of the Paddler's For Humanity, a non-profit that raises money and awareness for local and global organizations dedicated to bettering children's lives.
Scott's surfing accomplishments are numerous he is the 1992 NYS Long Board Surfing Champion and represented the East Coast at the 1992 United States Surfing Championships. He was the NY State District Director, Eastern Surfing Association from 1986-1992. Scott is also an eight time Ironman finisher, 5 time marathon finisher as well as having completed many local triathlons and adventure races. Scott began SUP 8 years ago when he had a prototype board built locally. Since then he has been a 2 time participant of SEA SUP Around Manhattan Island, completed the 2009 Molokai to Oahu 32 Mile SUP race, has been a 5 time Montauk to Block Island SUP finisher, competed in the 2011& 2012 Battle of the Paddle and is the 2012 World Paddle Associatioon Age Group World Champion. Scott is also a Certified TRX Instructor as of 2012.
Scott and Gina live in East Hampton, NY and divide their time between there and Rincon, Puerto Rico with their two children, Emma (9 years) and James (6 years) always in tow!