Na Wahine (updates, results)

Have not got texts from the escort boat yet but if anyone gets updates... post em up!

Submitted by malachi on Sun, 09/27/2009 - 8:15am



From what it looked and felt like on the water yesterday, I'm hopeful the wahine will get a nice sleigh ride this year. I hope they get rollers! Please update the conditions as well if anyone can. Mahalo!


#1 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 10:08am


All I know is it pretty windy on oahu. Should be interesting to hear.


#2 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 10:52am


All I know is it pretty windy on oahu. Should be interesting to hear.


#3 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 10:52am


No word yet?!!!?!!


#4 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 11:32am


I heard that the Hui Lanakila 2nd Team is off Port Lock now and in about 15th position???


#5 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 11:39am


anyone hear how the kailua 18's team is doin??


#6 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 11:46am


I'm used to Terry givin' us hour by hour updates
You not filming this year?


#7 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 12:09pm


anyone know anything yet?


#8 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 1:04pm


Heard Bradley was in first at DH followed by Beach Boys. Gap was about 4 boat lengths.


#9 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 1:06pm


Mahalo everyone for the updates! It's super hard on those of us left at home to not be there and see what is going on...this really helps!


#10 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 1:35pm


update from someone on the beach...

Team Bradley
Beach Boys
Hui Lanakila
Outrigger
Kailua
NAC/Lanakila (California)
masters crew (unknown)
NZ/Hawaii
Team Facebook


#11 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 1:41pm


Very curious who the unknown masters team is ,, Casco Bay maybe?


#12 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 1:54pm


a team from austalia actually finished 4th with outrigger cc 5th. the masters crew(unknown) listed above was all the usual suspects from hawaii. donna kahakui, denise darval, etc, team hawaii i think


#13 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 2:17pm


Team facebook? Awesome.

I wish I was rich. Then I could sponsor a team called team poopoopaddler.


#14 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 2:47pm


haha team facebook is a buncha ladies who put their team together over facebook! Mindy Clark put it together.


#15 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 2:51pm


team ocp. it's only a matter of time.


#16 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 2:54pm


yes team ocp needs to happen.


#17 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 3:02pm


I can imagine poopoo, fuze and aquafiend on the same canoe... Mahatmark coaching !


#18 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 3:07pm


Ill wear a disguise so noone can know its me .


#19 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 3:18pm


You can have my hat!


#20 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 3:25pm


article someone just sent to me.
http://www.honoluluadvertiser.com/article/20090927/BREAKING02/90927048?s...


#21 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 3:27pm


cool, I like the fact that its the largest womens molokai ever. Good to see even in these economic times.


#22 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 3:34pm


1 - Bradley
2 - Beachboys
3 - Hui Lanikila
4 - Outrigger Whitsunday
5 - Outrigger
6 - NAC


#23 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 3:50pm


Any one know how Puna did? We are anxious about our girls...


#24 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 4:00pm


Mrs. Fuzerider just called home from Waikiki and said Casco Bay was somewhere around 15th to 20 th.

Not bad , not bad at all !!

When Mommys happy , everybodys ` happy.....


#25 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 4:16pm


Place No. Team Name Div Time
1 69 Team Bradley OPEN GLASS 5:25:16
2 7 Waikiki Beach Boys I OPEN GLASS 5:26:38
3 26 Hui Lanakila I OPEN GLASS 5:31:14
4 22 Outrigger With Sunday OPEN GLASS 5:43:47
5 6 Outrigger OPEN GLASS 5:47:51
6 54 Kailua I OPEN GLASS 5:48:19
7 66 Nac Lanakila OPEN GLASS 5:48:53
8 60 Team Wahoo MASTERS 40+ 5:52:07
9 59 Team Face Book OPEN GLASS 5:53:05
10 71 Kaiola 1 OPEN GLASS 5:53:41
11 82 Kai Opua OPEN GLASS 5:54:25
12 2 Hui Nalu Gold OPEN GLASS 5:55:38
13 44 Hui Lanakila Ii OPEN GLASS 5:56:45
14 67 Hawaiian I OPEN GLASS 5:57:09
15 86 Niumalu 1 OPEN GLASS 5:57:25
16 64 Mololo OPEN GLASS 5:59:21
17 88 Waikiki Beach Boys Ii OPEN GLASS 6:00:12
18 77 Lae 'Ula O Kai Red OPEN GLASS 6:03:00
19 8 Outriggers ALL KOA 6:03:24
20 89 Kahana Canoe Club OPEN GLASS 6:07:00
21 29 Casco Bay MASTERS 40+ 6:07:34
22 61 Kukui'ula Outrigger OPEN GLASS 6:09:39
23 28 Hanohano Outrigger OPEN GLASS 6:09:45
24 24 Keahiakahoe Red OPEN GLASS 6:11:25
25 3 Kailua Masters MASTERS 50+ 6:12:16
26 30 Hawaiian Kanaktion MASTERS 50+ 6:14:56
27 55 Lanakila California OPEN GLASS 6:16:47
28 65 Team Curry Australia MASTERS 50+ 6:16:49
29 12 Outrigger OPEN GLASS 6:19:32
30 39 Healani I OPEN GLASS 6:21:31
31 73 Kaiola 2 OPEN GLASS 6:23:06
32 79 Haweaiian 2 OPEN GLASS 6:23:42
33 4 Lanikai OPEN GLASS 6:24:41
34 63 Lae 'Ula O Kai Green MASTERS 40+ 6:26:19
35 49 Kailua Ii OPEN GLASS 6:26:31
36 70 Puna OPEN GLASS 6:28:11
37 56 Marina Del Rey A OPEN GLASS 6:28:26
38 36 Hui Nalu Black OPEN GLASS 6:30:17
39 72 Kamehameha Hilo OPEN GLASS 6:32:28
40 50 Kailua Nov. B OPEN GLASS 6:32:41
41 84 Pua Ekahi MASTERS 50+ 6:35:18
42 62 San Francisco OPEN GLASS 6:37:24
43 87 Niumalu Ii OPEN GLASS 6:38:37
44 17 Akau Hana OPEN GLASS 6:41:32
45 53 Lokahi OPEN GLASS 6:41:36
46 27 Keahiakahoe OPEN GLASS 6:41:49
47 16 Waikiki Beach Boys Iii OPEN GLASS 6:43:11
48 80 Kihei Canoe OPEN GLASS 6:44:19
49 85 Niumalu MASTERS 50+ 6:45:42
50 74 Keauhou MASTERS 50+ 6:45:53
51 5 Leeward Kai OPEN GLASS 6:46:03
52 81 Puuwai MASTERS 40+ 6:47:35
53 37 Hui Nalu Nalo OPEN GLASS 6:48:06
54 18 Namolokama OPEN GLASS 6:48:23
55 47 Hooka'i Puuwai OPEN GLASS 6:48:57
56 20 Manu O Ke Kai OPEN GLASS 6:49:34
57 25 Kupa'amau California MASTERS 40+ 6:50:03
58 40 Kamamalahoe OPEN GLASS 6:50:10
59 83 Kai Opua 2 OPEN GLASS 6:50:41
60 1 Healani Ii OPEN GLASS 6:50:52
61 9 Waikiki Surf Club OPEN GLASS 6:52:34
62 45 Hui Lanakila Iii OPEN GLASS 6:53:02
63 41 Kolonai C/o Kilohana OPEN GLASS 6:53:10
64 31 Marina Del Rey B OPEN GLASS 6:53:47
65 57 Cocc Japan OPEN GLASS 6:56:29
66 23 Keahiakahoe Blk OPEN GLASS 6:57:26
67 78 Pua Eleu MASTERS 50+ 6:58:06
68 52 Kailua Iv OPEN GLASS 6:59:30
69 51 Kailua Iii OPEN GLASS 6:59:55
70 19 Waikiki Beach Iv OPEN GLASS 7:01:40
71 38 Waikiki Yacht Orange OPEN GLASS 7:01:55
72 10 Waimanalo OPEN GLASS 7:02:04
73 11 Anuenue OPEN GLASS 7:03:04
74 21 Manu O Ke Kai Master MASTERS 40+ 7:05:32
75 75 Keauhou 60+ MASTERS 50+ 7:10:32
76 46 Lanakila Ii OPEN GLASS 7:12:08
77 48 New Hope I OPEN GLASS 7:15:37
78 35 Waikiki Yacht Blue MASTERS 50+ 7:20:44
79 32 Kona Athletics OPEN GLASS 7:21:09
80 58 New Hope Iii MASTERS 40+ 7:21:25


#26 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 5:04pm


team bradley was number 69. awesome.

if you add up all the digits of their finishing time it equals 19. scary.


#27 Sun, 09/27/2009 - 8:07pm


I counted one koa. If that's right then that's a real disapointment. If no one wants to race koa then I hope they start an unlimited class like paddle board.


#28 Mon, 09/28/2009 - 12:19am


Awesome race!!! Congratulations to you people and to Wahoo for winning masters. We will see you next year.


#29 Mon, 09/28/2009 - 2:27am


There were 2 Koa canoes in the race.

Given the conditions, I don't blame people for not wanting to risk these precious boats.


#30 Mon, 09/28/2009 - 8:47am


Fuze:
Who steered for Casco Bay?


#31 Mon, 09/28/2009 - 8:49am


Thats` a team secret.


#32 Mon, 09/28/2009 - 9:08am


someone say unlimited? next year maybe?


#33 Mon, 09/28/2009 - 9:28am


Ok Fuze, just thought it might of been the wife of an Illinois Brigade paddler that won the Molokai Hoe many years ago? Anyway, great job and finally the gals got wind yesterday to play in.


#34 Mon, 09/28/2009 - 9:35am


No koacanoe , no wife of one of those guys was on the team this year. You must be an old fart like me to even remember that stuff .


#35 Mon, 09/28/2009 - 10:48am


I people would like to race koas but these days a club would really have to weigh the consequences of what may happen to the boat versus keeping it in the shed and no risk of damage for regatta season. I'm sure there are those who will blame poor cultural spirit and all that but I doubt that's the case at all.


#36 Mon, 09/28/2009 - 12:35pm


Rumor from the organizing committe for Na Wahine that it cost over $10,000 to send the two Koa canoe's that was used in the race on Sunday, over to Molokai. If that is true, then now you can understand why nobody sends their boats over for the channel.

It is time to open things up. Create a koa class and an open class. Open class rules, minimum weight 250 lbs., and the boat has to have iako and ama.....pau. It is time to let the boat builders create some great paddling machines. In fact, just reducing the weight on a canoe will be a milestone. Everytime I have to help carry the canoe in and out of the water, or onto our trailer, I think why does it have to be like this??

JawsOut.


#37 Mon, 09/28/2009 - 2:50pm


any koa going in Molokai Hoe


#38 Mon, 09/28/2009 - 4:12pm


Everytime I have to help carry the canoe in and out of the water, or onto our trailer, I think why does it have to be like this??

I see people buying ultra light V1, and then add 20kg lest in the cockpit for resistance training... huh ?!


#39 Mon, 09/28/2009 - 8:39pm


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