Hawai'i Va'a Association

HVA Summer Series

May 29 2010 7:00 am
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Check out Hawai'i Va'a Association's 2010 schedule.
Updated schedule!

The Sand Island race will be moved to May 29, 2010. Race course and location remain the same. Registration for this race should be up by Thursday April 29th. We will again feature a tiered race fee system that will depend on whether you need to borrow a canoe, will loan your canoe, or will have your own but not loan it out.

For this season anyone in attendance will be allowed to purchase additional raffle tickets for the prize drawings after the races. All proceeds from these raffles will go towards offsetting the cost of sending HVA's youth team to Tahiti for Hawaiki Nui 2010.

Events will get progressively longer in 2010. The season culminates with the Race Around the Hat which features a longer race course. There will be seasonal point totals and awards for the series winners so start practicing your V-1 technique! We will be updating the schedule with technique clinics that are open to all ages. Keep your eyes peeled for updates.

Also, be sure to come out for the PA'A races this winter and spring to enter the V-1 division.

Hawai'i Va'a Association Race Around the Hat

Sep 12 2009 8:00 am
Event Description: 

V1 Canoe Race

When: September 12th, 2009

Where: Kualoa Beach Park

Course: Two laps of a 3.25 km loop from Kualoa Beach Park around Chinaman’s Hat (Mokoli’i Island) and back to the beach. Youth races will be conducted within the shelter of Kane’ohe Bay

Divisions: 15 and Under, 18 and Under, Open Men and Women.

Entry Fees: $38 if you need to borrow a canoe, $28 if you have your own canoe, $18 if you will loan out your canoe, Free if you are 18 and under. Entry fee includes T-Shirt, Food, Fun, Awards, Raffle Entry.

On shore we will feature a paddling trade show with booths set up by the local paddling industry. Throughout the day we will have prize give aways from our sponsors. Bring the whole family and enjoy an event on Kane’ohe Bay. This race is open to any rudderless single person outrigger canoe.

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