Pacific NW kicks off winter season

Results for the race this past Saturday at Lake Union.

The wind really picked up halfway through the race and 4 paddlers had difficulty getting around Gas Works Park. We had a chase boat standing by for those huli and all returned on their own power.

Sorry about the miscommunication for those Paddlers that weren’t on the line and for the Canadian Paddlers that did not get a chance to get to the start on time.
Next race up in Canada!

Mahalo,
Stan Dahlin


Finish Boat #   Time        Name                    Division
1   24  49:38       John Mooney                         Surfski – Open Men
2   13  50:45       Donald Kiesling                     Surfski – Open Men
3   29  53:20       Peter Turcan                        Kayak – K1
4   21  54:25       Dave Anderson & Will Anderson       OC2 – Master Men
5   14  54:33       John Hoffman                        Surfski – Sr Master Men
6   35  56:30       Tracy Landboe                       Surfski – Master Men
7   46  57:05       Mike Gregory                        Surfski – Master Men
8   53  58:01       David Williams & Dean Williams Jr   OC2 – Open Men
9   37  58:45       Alan Goto                           OC1 – Open Men 
10  31  58:47       Doug Miyata & Sabine Jessel         OC2 – Sr Master Mixed
11  30  59:44       Stuart Smith                        OC1 – Sr Master Men
12  40  59:57       Doug Nichols                        OC1 – Sr Master Men
13  42  1:00:01     Brian Boatman                       OC1 – Golden Master Men 
14  51  1:00:04     Paulo Simpson                       OC1 – Open Men
15  36  1:00:07     Traci Cole                          Surfski – Sr Master Women
16  39  1:01:57     James Clapp                         OC1 – Master Men
17  47  1:02:43     Steve Workman                       OC1 – Master Men
18  20  1:03:51     Jim Hewitt                          OC1 – Golden Master Men
19  17  1:05:20     Ed Wendling & Clement Corbeill      OC2 – Golden Master Men
20  50  1:05:28     Gordon Martinez                     OC1 – Master Men
21  48  1:05:53     Kristen Schriver & Allison Veishlow OC2 – Master Women
22  55  1:07:51     Joel Strimling                      OC1 – Master Men
23  38  1:08:02     Kevin McHugh                        OC1 – Open Men
24  54  1:08:06     Craig Holt                          OC1 – Kupuna Master Men
25  33  1:08:12     Erin Thorsgard                      OC1 – Open Women
26  12  1:09:08     Lance Kuhn                          OC1 – Golden Master Men
27  34  1:09:17     Paul Martin                         Surfski – Master Men
28  22  1:09:24     Linda Warren                        OC1 – Master Women
29  49  1:10:30     Trauis Burns                        OC1 – Master men
30  15  1:10:38     Larry Mooney                        OC1 – Kupuna Master Men
31  16  1:12:08     Melissa Swanson & Rives Corbeil     OC2 – Master Women
32  52  1:12:49     Ross Creasy                         OC1 – Master Men
33  45  1:13:19     Robert Keliinoi                     OC1 – Golden Master Men
34  28  1:13:39     Laura Ricky                         OC1 – Master Women
35  27  1:14:33     Darcy Williams                      OC1 – Master Women
36  23  1:15:14     Chris Fry                           OC1 – Sr Master Men
37  26  1:16:13      Stan Dahlin                        OC1 – Kupuna Master Men
38  41  1:16:42     ?                                   OC1 – Sr Master Men
39  25  1:19:08     Tad Cornwell                        OC1 – Sr Master Men
40  32  1:20:28     Beth Aquilizan                      OC1 – Golden Master Women
41  43  1:20:21     Rick Rother (DQ)                    Surfski – Master Men
42  67  1:21:29     Lalo Melendez                       OC1 – Kupuna Master Men
43  *   1:29:48     Unk – Orange & white –              Canadian
44  *   1:30:20     Unk – White w/blue flowers
45  44  1:37:00     Alice Rother                        OC1 – Kupuna Master Women
 * Late Start, unregistered






Finishers by Division 
OC1 Open Men                OC1 Master Men
1. 58:45 Alan Goto              1. 1:01:57 James Clapp
2. 1:00:04 Paulo Simpson        2. 1:02:43 Steve Workman
3. 1:08:02 Kevin McHugh         3. 1:05:28 Gordon Martinez

OC1 Sr Master Men               OC1 Golden Master Men
1. 59:44 Stuart Smith           1. 1:00:04 Brian Boatman
2. 59:57 Doug Nichols           2. 1:03:51 Jim Hewitt
3. 1:19:08 Tad Cornwell         3. 1:09:08 Lance Kuhn

OC1 Kupuna Master Men           OC1 Open Women
1. 1:08:06 Craig Holt           1. 1:08:12 Erin Thorsgard
2. 1:10:38 Larry Mooney
3. 1:16:13 Stan Dahlin

OC1 Master Women                OC1 Sr Master Women
1. 1:09:24 Linda Warren  
2. 1:13:39 Laura Ricky 
3. 1:14:33 Darcy Williams

OC1 Golden Master Women         OC1 Kupuna Master Women
1. 1:20:28 Beth Aquilizan       1. 1:37:00 Alice Rother

OC2 Open Men                                
1. 58:01 David Williams & Dean Williams Jr  

OC2 Master Men
1. 54:25 Dave Anderson & Will Anderson

OC2 Golden Master Men           
1. 1:05:20 Ed Wendling & Clement Corbiell   
2. 1:12:08 Melissa Swanson & Rives Hassell-Corbiell

OC2 Master Women
1. 1:05:53 Kristen Schriver & Allison Veishlow

OC2 Sr Master Mixed
1. 58:47 Doug Miyata & Sabine Jessell

Surfski Open Men                
1. 49:38 John Mooney                
2. 1:09:17 Paul Martin

Surfski Master Men
1. 57:05 Mike Gregory

Surfski Sr Master Men               Surfski Open Women
1. 54:33 John Hoffman               1. 56:30 Tracy Landboe

Surfski Sr Master Women             Kayak – K1 Men
1. 1:00:07 Traci Cole               1. 53:20 Peter Turcan

Posted by keizo on Tue, 01/15/2008 - 10:07pm

5 comments

Wow, only 3 guys in the OC1 open. The rest ancient folk. You guys got a paddling retirement community going on up there?
Or is this where we all have to paddle before we kick it? ;-)


#1 Wed, 01/16/2008 - 9:31am


The young guys are all afraid of GOTO!


#2 Wed, 01/16/2008 - 5:02pm


He must be a handsome fellow then.


#3 Thu, 01/17/2008 - 6:59pm


very much so.


#4 Fri, 01/18/2008 - 3:03pm


Watch the Golden master division closely, Mr. Boatman is hot on the heels of the revered Goto, and if Jim Hewitt trains seriously, he is a formidable competitor. His thin tropical blood is still acclimating the PNW winters...go Jim!


#5 Sat, 01/26/2008 - 3:26pm


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