I'll Remember You
Pacific Paddler and friends raised just over $2,000 for 'Hawaii Supports Our Troops' a 'Wounded Warriors' program here in Hawaii.
Na Wahine O Ke Kai
A record number, 84 teams, had entered and it was promising to be one of the wildest Na Wahine O Ke Kai races in a long time.
Another slam dunk by Tahiti with Shell Va'a winning the Molokai Hoe in 4:40:17,
Piecing history together
... in the 1959- 8th Annual Molokai race. There were nine crews entered, including the Newport Dunes Outrigger Canoe Club
Hawaiki Nui Va’a 2009
For the first time in five years, Shell Va’a paddlers did not climb to the top position on the podium for the overall race champion's awards.
.... as a horned demon, burned up the course in 1:07.55 and first woman beast on her OC1....
The Length of the Lake
...The race started at 6am with a chilly breeze that seemed suspiciously in our face. And we were off!
Tahiti is in it's own league
...Nobody, and he means NOBODY, has a seat with his name on it!!! Competition of this sort keeps the paddlers on the edge and working hard.
Ala Wai Challenge
Celebrating the ancient sports of Hawaii’s past
Special honorees Hannie Anderson and Tay Perry
Going 137 miles
Picture this: a tiny country on the North Sea with an intricate web of inland waterways dominating the landscape, mostly in the form of canals.
Need an edge? Off to paddling camp
OC Camp has been training paddlers on how to improve their performance.
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