St. Patrick's Day Race Tomorrow

Mar 11 2007 7:00 am
Etc/GMT-10
Event Description: 

Update: Due to the pollution and closing of Kualoa Beach Park, both race courses will finish at He'eia Pier.

WBBCC Owen Cenal Memorial Race

Mar 31 2007 7:00 am
Mar 31 2007 1:00 pm
Etc/GMT-10
Event Description: 

Owen Cenal Memorial Race
Sat March 31st

Registration 7:00-8:00am at Magic Island
Lunch & Awards to follow race
$120 per crew

OC-6 Divisions:
Women/Men/Mixed – Open, Master
Women/Men – Senior Master, Golden Master, Novice B (open steersperson)

Start Times:
Women/Mixed: 8:30 am
Men: 10:30 am (or shortly after women/mixed finish)

Course:
Waikiki to Black Point (8 miles)
Conditions permitting

After-Party with Drink Specials & Door Prizes at the Mai Tai Bar

Keahiakahoe Canoe Club

Map Coordinates: 
21.459998415823243 -157.83973932266235
Description: 

Located in beautiful Kahalu'u

link:
www.keahiakahoe.com

description:
Located in beautiful Kahalu’u

new hope oc1 canoe club

Map Coordinates: 
21.28765491598309 -157.84409523010254
Description: 

For more information on location, times, and schedule please check out our website or contact us at newhopeoc1@gmail.com

link:
http://www.lightofthisworld.com/oc1

description:
For more information on location, times, and schedule please check out our website or contact us at newhopeoc1@gmail.com

April Fools Race – for real! Registration forms now online.

Apr 1 2007 8:00 pm
Etc/GMT-10
Event Description: 

Registration forms to print are attached

STARTS

♦ COURSE CHANGE!! RACE FINISH AT KAIMANA BEACH
♦ Please read the Starting Times Information sheet.
♦ Start times are staggered for the safety of participants in order to have a tighter race pack that safety boats can monitor most effectively.
♦ Please use good judgment and don’t race if you are unfamiliar with the race course. Officials reserve the right to deny race entry to any participant.

PARKING – Please do not park in trailer stalls at Hawaii Kai Boat Ramp. Parking in marked stalls only – cars will be cited. If we do not comply with these rules we will lose our privileges to hold races in Hawai Kai in the future.

AWARDS – Please join us for lunch, awards, and entertainment to follow at Compadres Restaurant. The parking structure at Compadres Ward Center has a low clearance so paddlers should park across from Dave & Busters or at the ward center parking.

PRIZES

♦ Giveaways: $1600 Koa laminate flooring installed by Hawaii Isles Flooring
$400 Snowboard
Kialoa canoe paddle
Mudbrook Canoe paddle
Bodyboard and skateboard from Crank and Carve Surfshop

♦ $1400 in prize money awarded by Corona to top finishers of both the Long course and the paddleboard course

♦ Standup paddle to winner of Standup course

♦ Dakine and Island Paddler gear

♦ Trophies will be awarded to the top 3 males and females of each division:

Divisions
Open (Top 3)
Juniors 14-17
18-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60 and over

LONG COURSE – Makapu’u to Kaimana:

Those who will be in the 1st start at 9:45am are:
♦ All female OC1 and SS1
♦ All masters age 50+ OC1
♦ All OC1, OC2, and SS1 finishing more than 25 minutes after the 1st place overall OC1 finisher of the last Kanaka Ikaika Race from Makapu’u to Magic Island. (See results below)
ß If you didn’t race but normally finish about 25 minutes back, you must start at 9:45am.

Those who will be in the 2nd start at 10:00am are:
♦ All other OC1, OC2 and SS1 paddlers.

*** Those who do not comply with starting times will be disqualified.

SHORT COURSE – Hawaii Kai to Kaimana

Those who will be in the 1st start at 9:45am are:
♦ All paddleboards and standup paddlers
♦ All masters age 50+ OC1 and SS1
♦ All OC1, OC2, and SS1 finishing more than 20 minutes after the 1st place overall OC1 finisher of
the last Kanaka Ikaika Race from Hawaii Kai to Magic Island. (See results below)
ß If you didn’t race but normally finish about 20 minutes back, you must start at 9:45am.

Those who will be in the 2nd start at 10:00am are:
♦ All other OC1, OC2, and SS1 paddlers.

*** Those who do not comply with starting times will be disqualified.

Kanaka Ikaika Race Results – Makapu’u to Magic Island

1st Place KAREL TRESNAK 5 26 ***** M 19-29 2:01:17 15:10/M
____________________25 minute cutoff______________________________________

Kanaka Ikaika Race Results – Hawaii Kai to Magic Island

1st Place KAINOA AURIO 234 31 ***** M 19-39 1:31:31 18:14/M

____________________20 minute cutoff______________________________________

12TH ANNUAL KALA KUKEA IRONMAN CHALLENGE

Feb 24 2007 10:00 am
Feb 24 2007 12:00 pm
Etc/GMT
Event Description: 

Hui Nalu Canoe Club will be sponsoring a fundraising event dedicated to the memory of Kala Kukea. Kala was an inspirational leader at Hui Nalu for many years as a paddler, coach and friend. This race honors him and what he strived to share with others - the sportsmanship of canoe paddling, the spirit of competition and his aloha towards friends.

The race will have the following divisions: 6-man, Surfski, OC1, OC2, Age group, Novice, Open, Master, Mixed.

PLACE: Maunalua Bay - Pinky Thompson's Halau
TIME: 10 AM start
COURSE: Triangle course (approximately 7 miles) The start line is at Marshall Rosa's beach, take a right turn at blinker buoy, down to Kala's buoy outside of Aina Haina, back up and around anchored bouy off Portlock Point and finishing back at the Hawaii Kai boat ramp.

REGISTRATION TIMES:

Race day registration - Saturday, February 24th 7:30 - 8:30AM
Entry fee - Adult : $30 18 & under*: $15

*Please note: 18 & under crews must have an open steersman.
(The entry fee includes registration, race participant tank, lunch and awards for the top three crews in each division.)

Registration forms are available below.
Completed registration and entry fees can be mailed by February 17th to:

     Hui Nalu Canoe Club, P.O.Box 26342, Honolulu, HI 96825

For further information, please call Rusty Nishiyama at 561-3336 or send an email to italia0203@yahoo.com.

Participants are encouraged to take advantage of parking at the Park and Ride parking lot across from Tesoro gas station on Keahole St. Parking is limited at the harbor and citations will be given to those vehicles parked on the grass.

Canoes for 6-man division are encouraged to be at the Hui Nalu paddling site on the evening of Saturday, March 25th. Personnel will be available to help with the canoes and assist in the parking of the trailers from 5 PM.

We look forward to you joining us on February 24th th for a morning of friendly competition, camaraderie and family f

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