Kanaka Ikaika

Kanaka Ikaika Race 5 Results

Feb 28, 2009
Sponsored by Outrigger Connection
Hawai'i Kai to Sand Island
Overall Results

Kanaka Ikaika Race 3

January 31, Kailua to Kualoa
Sponsored by Kai Wa'a
Overall Results
Division Results
Craft Totals

Kai Wa'a Kualoa Classic - Kanaka Ikaika Race #3

Jan 31 2009 10:00 am
Jan 31 2009 5:30 pm
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Event Description: 

*Kai Wa'a is hosting Kanaka Ikaika's race #3 of the 2009 SOLJAH SERIES on Saturday January 31st!
*Course: Long - Kailua Beach Park to Kualoa Beach Park
Short- Heeia Pier - Kualoa
*Registration - both courses: Kailua Beach Park - 7:00 am - 9:00 am
*Start: 10:00 am
*Lunch and Awards: After the finish at Kualoa Beach Park with ono Mexican Grinds
*Don't miss this event as there will be plenty of awards from sponsors: VERTRA, DA KINE, H2O AUDIO, OLUKAI SANDALS, STEINLAGER, ISLAND PADDLER, OCEAN PADDLER TV, MAKANA ALII, KAI WA'A AND HIGH TIDE BUILDERS.
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Kanaka Ikaika Race 2

January 18, Hawaii Kai to Kaimana Beach
Sponsored by Kialoa and ENZA
Overall Results
Division Results
Craft Totals

Kanaka Ikaika Race 1

January 11, Makai Pier to Kailua Beach
Sponsored by Kamanu Composites and NS Air Conditioning
Photos by Bryon Dorr and Julie Borsetti
Race Recap
Overall Results
Division Results
Craft Totals

Kanaka Ikaika Race 1: Cash Prizes!

Jan 11 2009 7:00 am
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Event Description: 

Sponsored by Kamanu Composites and NS Air Conditioning

## $2000 in CASH prize money.

**Dash For the Cash:**
Special for this event will be a sprint to the first buoy where the first male and female oc1 paddlers around the buoy will receive a total of $400 in cash bonuses.

The remaining $1600 will be divided proportionately amongst the top men, women, and surfski paddlers.

Registration is at Makai Pier

Courses:
Long 8 Miles, Makai Pier to Kailua Beach Park Kailua
Short 5 Miles, Waimanalo to Kailua Beach Park

As mentioned on the Kanaka Ikaika website:

First time Kanaka Ikaika paddlers please check in with the Race Director prior to any race! This means, If you have not paddled before in a Kanaka Ikaika race you MUST check in with one of us. Out of State paddlers are welcome to enter any race but please check in.

Race fee is: $27.00.

On site registration begins at 7:00 am closes promptly at 9:00 am so we can get the date into the computer.

Safety meeting will be at 9:15am at the registration area for short course and 9:30 am for the long course. Always check with registration and confirm the location of the safety meeting.

Hinano State Race

Apr 13 2008 9:00 am
Apr 13 2008 5:32 pm
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Event Description: 

Kanaka Ikaika and Outrigger Zone presents the
Hinano State Championship and
Lulu’s Point Series Re-cap.
What: Kanaka Ikaika presents the Hinano State Championship race for Open Ocean OC-1, OC-2, Stand Up and Surfski paddlers. This race stands alone verses the Lulu’s Series races that counted towards points for series winners. This is the last race of the season before the Molokai races which begin on April 27 with the PAA Molokai Championship.
When: Sunday April 13, 2008
- Registration 6:30 – 8:00 A.M. at Hawaii Kai
ENZA Fruit and Swoish Produce will provide complimentary “Pacific Rose” Apples from New Zealand at registration for those who didn’t eat enough for breakfast.
Free Tee shirt compliments of SHIRTCO HAWAII for the first 200 paddlers to register.
- Long Course starts at 9:00 AM
- Short Course starts at 9:30 AM
- Winners are expected about 11:30 AM
Where: COURSE ADJUSTMENT: Long Course will not go into Hawaii Kai as it did last year, and as previously stated this year. The start will still be from Waimanalo Beach Park, but instead of heading directly to Makapu, the race will head out to sea and around Rabbit Island (weather pending). From Rabbit Island the course goes around Makapu and the south end of Oahu, through Maunalua Bay to Kaimana Beach in Waikiki. The Short Course will start off the beach in Hawaii Kai. Instead of going directly to Kaimana Beach, the course will go back up towards Portlock Point before turning on a buoy and heading to Kaimana Beach.
Awards for the Series and the State Race, and lunch will follow directly after at Lulu’s Waikiki (Corner of Kalakaua and Kapahulu) with ono food, Hinano Beer and Malibu Rum specials. Don’t miss this one as there will be a ton of prizes and free give aways from Hinano Surfwear, Havaianas Brazilian footwear, XCEL Paddle Gear and KIALOA Paddles. Additionally, NS air conditioning will donate 2 AC units to raffle. Plus the Malibu girls will be there to sway the paddlers towards Malibu Rum products.
Lulu’s Series Re-cap: The Lulu’s Point Series was comprised of 6 races. Points were awarded according to the place you received in any particular race. Racers were permitted to drop their worst score, or miss one. Lowest score wins.
The Long Course OC-1 was won by Manny Kulukulualani with only 7 points. Karel Tresnak Jr. was a close second and Jack Roney was a solid 3rd. Karel won the XCEL Oahu Champs and Manny was 2nd. Kai Bartlett was not present, but should be in attendance for the Hinano race. Jessica Eames Edged Arlene Holzman by only 2 points for the wahine’s series with Kelsa Teters in 3rd, having missed 2 races. However, with Arlene winning the XCEL race, and Lauren Bartlett attending the Hinano State race, it should prove to be interesting.
The Surf Ski division saw all the top dogs missing more than 1 race, giving consistency the edge for points. The race was tight all season between John Hoogsteden, Kala Judd and Dave Campbell. But in the end, that was the result, respectively. There were not enough women participating in the surfski this year to have a division winner.
The OC-1 Men’s Short Course was the most exciting race for the title. All season paddlers like Jace Faufata, Gavin Hanoa, Kalei Kahookele, Charles Meyer, Rusty Goings and DJ Oga all had Varsity moments. But in the end, consistency was key for Kalei with 13 points, only 5 points ahead of Gavin, with DJ rounding up the top 3. The OC-1 Women’s division was controlled by Ann Dewey from the start with 7 points. The race for second was between Tayte Brock, Laura Lapa and 16 year old Julia Anderson, where youth did her thing putting Julia comfortably in 2nd followed by Laura Lapa. Again, no wahine surfskis division due to lack of participation.
The Stand Up division came late, however, Kainoa Beaupre would be the winner.
Questions: Call 927-0711 or 222-2484

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