Kaua'i Hoe Wa'a OC1 Series

Feb 15 - Noe Sawyer sweeps Kaua'i competition

[Photos] courtesy Marshall MacCready
By Kimberlee Stuart

Noe Sawyer came out of nowhere and showed paddlers what she is made of in her first race of the Kaua’I Hoe Wa’a OC1 Series, beating her closest competition by over five minutes. David Beck maintained his four-race winning streak in the Open Men’s division with his competitors inching a bit closer race by race. Steve Cole was only a minute behind Beck this time with Eric Rafter and Hipo Princena finishing in a tie for third in the 8.5 mile long distance race. Results for both the long and short course follow.

Feb 8 - Kaua'i Paddle-Off in Windless West-Side Race

by Kimberlee Stuart

Once again David Beck blew away all the competition in the Kaua'i Hoe Wa'a Port Allen to Waimea Plantation Cottages Race this Sunday, February 8th. Despite waveless and windless conditions Beck flew past paddlers at a steady clip, finishing the 11 mile race nearly 5 minutes ahead of second place Hipo Princena .

Jan 18 - Beck and Curtis Set the Bar in Kaua'i Race 2

by Kimberlee Stuart
Kauai Hoe Wa’a one man canoeing association saw participation nearly double for it’s second race of the 2004 series. The race was held on Sunday, January 18th with a course change reversed to accommodate the Southwesterly winds. The long distance course of about ten miles ran from Kalapaki to Wailua, and short distance racers turned in at Hanamaulu for a race of about 5 miles.

Jan 4 - Beck leads in Kaua'i Season Opener

[Photos] by Ashlee Fujimoto and Kenny Denton
article by Kimberlee Stuart and OCPaddler
Kauai Hoe Wa’a paddlers had an exciting start to the new season with what many have called “epic” conditions. On Sunday, January 4th, fantastic Westerly winds pushed OC1, OC2, surfski and paddle boarders down the faces of near-perfect swells. Though the conditions were perfect, the race remained challenging due the backwards race course which few have ever paddled; the start was at Port Allen with the finishes at Kukuiula Harbor and Poipu Beach for the short and long courses respectively.

Apr 13 - Kaua'i Hoe Wa'a 2003 Championship - Kauai, Hawaii

This has been one of the best races yet!
***Kai Bartlett wins overall, David Beck top Kauai paddler
***Lauren Spalding wins womens div. Noe Sawyer, 2nd (top for Kauai)
[Photos] by Steven Gates
[Read more for full article & results]

Mar 23 - Kalihiwai to Hanalei Race - Kauai, Hawaii

Kaua'i Hoe Wa'a Series Race
***David Beck wins again on a Mantra
***Katy Curtis wins womens div.
[Photos] by Ann Hermosura
[read more for results & article]

Mar 2 - Kauai Hoe Wa'a - Kalapaki to Poipu - Hawaii

"For the second time this season, the trades came through for us!..."
***Kai Bartlett & Lauren Spaulding win on Kauai
[Photos by Steven Gates]
[read more for full article & results]

Feb 16 - Wailua to Kalapaki, Dukes Race - Kauai, Hawaii

Photos, article and full results from the Kauai Hoe Wa'a Race are up.
***David Beck 1st Open Mens, Luke Evslin follows in 2nd
***Katy Curtis 1st Open Womens
THERE WERE SOME WILD CONDITIONS FOR THE LONG COURSE! The trades were blowing
and...

Feb 2nd - Poipu to Port Allen Race - Kauai, Hawaii

Keoki's Paradise Kauai Hoe Waa race.

Great conditions , some bumps and a great time had by all except those who had boat or body breakdowns!...

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