Upcoming Event(s)

GBROC. Australia's most picturesque and pristine Iron Race

Jun 5 2016 8:30 am
Etc/GMT+10
Event Description: 

For all of you oversea's paddlers coming over to Australia for the World Sprints, hang around for a couple of weeks after and head north to do Australia's longest, most picturesque Iron Race. 45 km's along pristine tropical waters of FNQ.
Race is open to OC-1/2/6's, SUP's, Prone boards and surf skis. Race starts at Yorkeys Knob and finishes at the same time as 2 other events, RRR Mountain Bike Challenge and a Triathalon at 4 Mile Beach!!
The GBROC is the start of the week long Cairns Adventure Festival.
Nominations now open.Go to http://aocra.com.au/non-member-race-registration.php?rsl=821

GBROC 7 June 2015 (Great Barrier Reef Ocean Challenge)

Jun 7 2015 8:30 am
Etc/GMT+10
Event Description: 

Australia's longest iron race has just got longer! 45km straight downwind run from Yorkeys Knob, Cairns to Port Douglas. Open to OC-6, OC-1, OC-2, SUP's and surf ski's.
Come on over, do the race, then head for Hamilton Island for the Clash of the Paddles 4 days later!

Kailua Bay Ironman Challenge

Aug 23 2014 9:00 am
Etc/GMT-10
Event Description: 

KAILUA BAY IRONMAN CHALLENGE
Presented by Kailua Canoe Club

Aloha canoe paddlers & canoe racing fans:
Kailua Canoe Club presents the 20th annual “Kailua Bay Ironman Challenge” slated for Saturday August 23, 2014.

The annual event is a fund raiser for Kailua Canoe Club & will get under way with registration from 7 to 8:30 a.m. with the race starting at 9:00 a.m. sharp. The open ocean event taking place at Kailua Beach Park will feature:

SHORT COURSE (9.5 miles):
Divisions- 18 & under; Novice; Masters: 40+, 50+, 55+, 60+, 65+; Mixed Masters: 55+, 60+, 65+
Race course starts in the water at edge of beach, goes directly out to and clockwise around Mokolea Island (Bird), then back to & between the Mokulua Islands (Twin), with a left turn back out to the orange triangle buoy, then a left turn around the buoy, and back in to the Kaohao (Lanikai) side of Popoia Island (Flat), finishing between the flag buoy and Popoia.

LONG COURSE (13.5 miles):
Divisions- Open Men, Open Unlimited
Long course same as short course except – after turning left around the orange triangle buoy outside the Mokulua’s, goes back across Kailua Bay outside Popoia towards Kapoho point and Kawainui canal (Pinky’s), then turns left around the orange triangle buoy (in front of Obama’s house) and goes back up inside towards Kailua Beach Park and Kaohao, and finishes near the starting line between the flag buoy and the beach.

Defending last years title will be 2013 winner Outrigger Canoe Club. Awards & entertainment will follow with lunch by Haleiwa Joes Restaurant & Kailua Canoe Club.

For further information contact:
Hank Leandro at 521-3325/226-2027
Leandro.corp@hawaiiantel.net

For registration info and forms, visit http://www.kailuacanoeclub.com/events/kailua-bay-challenge/

Ka Iwi Coast Run & Walk

Oct 5 2014 6:30 am
US/Hawaii
Event Description: 

The 2nd Annual Ka Iwi Coast Run & Walk is a community event and a 4 mile journey to celebrate the Ka Iwi Coast scenic highway. Held on Sunday, Oct. 5th, 2014, the run & walk will begin with the rise of the sun over the Ka Iwi Channel when a specially composed Hawaiian ‘oli (chant) is performed.

Course: The run starts at Sandy Beach and continues around the Ka Iwi coastline, passing Halona and onto Hanauma Bay and then finishing at the Hui Nalu Canoe Club halau on the shores of Maunalua Bay.

Uniqueness: This is the only pedestrian race sanctioned for this area of O‘ahu. This special setting allows the race organizers to carefully craft an event that advocates for the pristine un-touched gifts of this coast.

All participants will receive a commemorative glass fishing float, race shirt and packet with discounts to local retailers. Post-race refreshments, awards and meet community organizations sharing their missions. Shuttle service provided to the starting line.

Proceeds benefit Hui Nalu Canoe Club programs and supports the mission of the Ka Iwi Coalition and Livable Hawaii Kai Hui. Hui Nalu Canoe Club is a 501c3 nonprofit organization.

Register Today www.kaiwicoastrun.org

9th Annual MANU O KE KAI CANOE CLUB OCEAN CHALLENGE

Jul 25 2015 12:00 pm
Etc/GMT-10
Event Description: 

CHOOSE YOUR WEAPON...ITS THAT TIME AGAIN FOR THE ANNUAL "MANU O KE KAI" OCEAN CHALLENGE!!

26th Hawaii Law Enforcement & Fire Canoe Regatta Hosted by Maui

Feb 16 2014 7:30 am
Etc/GMT-10
Event Description: 

Open to Federal..State and County Law Enforcement ..Fire and Medics..Prison Guards.. Prosecutors..and other related agencies and their immediate family members. race is on Sunday Feb 16.. Registration being taken now and will be accepted Saturday Feb 15, 2014.. Email questions or request a race packet from keone@lava.net or mlk5206@gmail.com
aloha

Prince Kuhio Long Distance Race

Mar 22 2014 8:00 am
Mar 22 2014 3:30 pm
Etc/GMT-10
Event Description: 

Race Course: Kalapaki to Poipu, Poipu to Salt Pond
Divisions: NaOpio, Open, Masters 40, 50, 60, Mixed Open, Masters 40
Registration: gicrapaddler.org
Fee: $120

Kendall Pacific OC-6/1 Long Distance & State Sailing Canoe Championship

Sep 6 2014 9:00 am
Sep 6 2014 5:00 pm
Etc/GMT-10
Event Description: 

Race Course: Kalapaki to Waimea
Divisions: OC-1, OC-2, Individual & Teams, Unlimited, OC-6 Iron & Teams, SUP
Rigistration gicrapaddler.org
Fee $35 a paddler
Canoes available to borrow on a first come first serve basis
Question: Bcurll@aol.com or call Brian 808 635-6311

NaPali Challenge

Aug 9 2014 8:00 am
Aug 9 2014 5:00 pm
Etc/GMT-10
Event Description: 

Race Course: Hanalei to Waimea
Divisions: Open, Masters 40, 50, 55, 60 & Unlimited
Registration on line at gicrapaddler.org
Race fee: $450 (12 person crew, $45 a Paddler)
Canoe available to borrow on a first come first serve basis
Escort boat required

Paddle for Hunger 2013 - Thanksgiving Day 8am.

Nov 28 2013 8:00 am
Pacific/Honolulu
Event Description: 

Come to Kihei Canoe Club and join us, Team Primo and Maui Food Bank, in our annual Paddle for Hunger. A fun 5-miler starting and ending at Kihei's Halau Wa'a. Registration starts at around 7am and race kicks off promptly at 8am. Any type of dry or canned goods accepted as entry. All things that float are eligible to race. One-man, 6-man, rubber ducky, whatevers! All fun, no stress! Any questions, call Tyson 757-1587. See you there!

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