Kaua'i Hoe Wa'a OC1 Series

Auger, Kjeldsen undefeated in Kaua'i Race 3

Light easterly winds and small chop made for fast, smooth racing conditions on Sunday January 29. In a course, which was supposedly longer than the last Port Allen venue on January 8, (although the long course did have a bit of a “running” start), times were consistently faster for the majority. Once again Noe Auger and Maui Kjeldsen clearly gapped the long course division. Gregg Davis has consistently dominated the men’s short course and a new face in the women’s division; Lilinoe Forrest garnered the short course title.

Kaua'i Hoe Wa'a race 4

Feb 12 2006 9:00 am
Etc/GMT-10
Event Description: 

Race4-Feb.12
L-Port Allen-Wahiawa Bay-Waimea
S-Port Allen-Waimea

Kauai Hoe Wa'a race 3

Jan 29 2006 8:00 am
Etc/GMT-10
Event Description: 

Race3-Jan.29
L-Makahuena Pt.-Port Allen
S-Kukuiula Harbor- Port Allen

Race dates are subject to change and people can call 6393568 for more information and for updates.

Description:
Race3-Jan.29
L-Makahuena Pt.-Port Allen
S-Kukuiula Harbor- Port Allen
Race dates are subject to change and people can call 6393568 for more information and for updates.

Flat, hot conditions for Kaua'i Race 2

The second race of the YMCA Kauai Hoe Wa’a season went off very smoothly considering the fluctuating weather conditions. Race directors Mark Frazier and Butch Keahialalo had their hands full and had to make a last minute course change.

Maui Kjeldsen, Noe Auger lead 2006 Kaua'i season opener

[Photos] by Keizo Gates
edit: read more for new race recap. First race of 2006 was held January 8th. South side course with trades made for a fun first race. Results & photos below.

Butch Keahiolalo Starbucks Kaua'i Island Champ - Apr16

[Photos] by Makana Denton
The Starbucks Kauai Island Championships race was held this past April 16 on the south side of the island. Paddlers were stoked with excellent conditions and both courses got off to fair starts and finishes.

Noe Auger edges out Alana Goo in Kaua'i Race 5 - Feb 20

[Photos] by Makana Denton
In Kaua’I Hoe Wa’a’s fifth race of the season Noe Auger made a stunning first time appearance for the long course by upsetting the usual women’s first place winner Alana Goo. Alana was mere seconds behind however and placed a very close second. Marvelous Mavis Aiu is having a phenomenal season and has worked her way up the ranks to third place in the long course which went from Kalapaki Beach to Poipu.

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