Keokea Invitational



1    Jimmy   Austin                 1  OC1-Long-M 18-39          01:53:40   
2    Manny  Kulukulualani           2  OC1-Long-M 18-39          01:58:53   
3    Thibert  Lusiaa                3  OC1-Long-M 18-39          01:59:17   
4    Ryan Pogue /  Jan Tillam       1  OC2-Long-M 18-49          02:00:01   
5    Tapa  Worthington              4  OC1-Long-M 18-39          02:00:10   
6    Justin  Watts                  5  OC1-Long-M 18-39          02:01:18   
7    Scott  Hendricks               6  OC1-Long-M 18-39          02:01:49   
8    Kelly   Foster                 7  OC1-Long-M 18-39          02:02:10   
9    Nick  Agorastos                8  OC1-Long-M 18-39          02:03:00   
10   Kyle   Youderian               9  OC1-Long-M 18-39          02:03:44   
11   Masepa Tanoai /  Seth Koppes   2  OC2-Long-M 18-49          02:04:18   
12   Todd  Cohen                    10  OC1-Long-M 18-39         02:04:36   
13   Puni  Freitas                  11  OC1-Long-M 18-39         02:04:44   
14   Sean  Kaaawa                   12  OC1-Long-M 18-39         02:05:31   
15   Ikaika  Hauanio                13  OC1-Long-M 18-39         02:06:05   
16   Kae  `o Kalani  Abbey          14  OC1-Long-M 18-39         02:06:07   
17   Bruce  Ayau                    1  OC1-Long-M 40-49          02:06:12   
18   Keakua  Nolan                  15  OC1-Long-M 18-39         02:06:19   
19   Kaihe  Chong                   16  OC1-Long-M 18-39         02:06:34   
20   Camron  Leao                   17  OC1-Long-M 18-39         02:10:35   
21   Francisco  Arango              18  OC1-Long-M 18-39         02:11:31   
22   Maitland Akau / Michael Akau   3  OC2-Long-M 18-49          02:12:06   
23   Eddie  Hayward                 19  OC1-Long-M 18-39         02:12:20   
24   Afa  Tuaolo                    1  OC1-Long-M 50-59          02:12:28   
25   Chris  Marlow                  20  OC1-Long-M 18-39         02:13:27   
26   Theron  Ogata                  21  OC1-Long-M 18-39         02:14:29   
27   Che  Pilago                    1  OC1-Long-Novice-M         02:14:44   
28   Gerard  Pila                   22  OC1-Long-M 18-39         02:15:49   
29   Harrison  Heen                 2  OC1-Long-M 50-59          02:16:14   
30   Grant  Kojima                  3  OC1-Long-M 50-59          02:16:51   
31   Justin  Warren                 2  OC1-Long-M 40-49          02:17:31   
32   Stephen  Arnett                1  OC1-Long-M 60-99          02:17:40   
33   John  Immel                    23  OC1-Long-M 18-39         02:18:06   
34   Chase  VonNordheim             1  OC1-Long-M 15-17          02:18:10   
35   Terrence  Andrade              3  OC1-Long-M 40-49          02:20:49   
36   Kainoa  Willey                 24  OC1-Long-M 18-39         02:22:09   
37   Mike  O'Shaughnessy            2  OC1-Long-M 60-99          02:22:23   
38   Chris  Grogan                  4  OC1-Long-M 50-59          02:22:33   
39   Dane  Enos                     5  OC1-Long-M 50-59          02:23:25   
40   Harald  Barkhoff               2  OC1-Long-Novice-M         02:25:06   
41   Madisen  Minkel                1  OC1-Long-F 0-99           02:27:11   
42   Mark  Crawford                 6  OC1-Long-M 50-59          02:28:32   
43   Sheila  Cadaoas                2  OC1-Long-F 0-99           02:28:44   
44   Eddie    Nabarro               4  OC1-Long-M 40-49          02:31:12   
45   Justin  Privett                25  OC1-Long-M 18-39         02:31:14   
46   Nicki  Enos                    3  OC1-Long-F 0-99           02:32:16   
47   Jasen  Napihaa                 26  OC1-Long-M 18-39         02:33:40   
48   Michael  Sweeney               3  OC1-Long-Novice-M         02:38:12   
49   Beverly  Tuaolo                4  OC1-Long-F 0-99           02:38:13   
50   Tyde  Spencer                  4  OC1-Long-Novice-M         02:39:22   
51   Kimberlee  Rowe                5  OC1-Long-F 0-99           02:42:37   
52   Keven  Rinkenbach              7  OC1-Long-M 50-59          02:42:37   
53   Yurik  Resetnikov              27  OC1-Long-M 18-39         02:45:00   
54   Amy  Young                     6  OC1-Long-F 0-99           02:46:03   
55   Jolene  Hughes                 7  OC1-Long-F 0-99           02:52:40   
56   Leslie  Crawford               8  OC1-Long-F 0-99           02:52:57   
57   Pua  Kaaihue                   9  OC1-Long-F 0-99           02:54:43   
58   Summer  Pila                   10  OC1-Long-F 0-99          02:58:30   

     Paddleboard - Keokea to Coast guard Station - 10 miles                                        
1    Jeff   Silva                   1  Standup-Short-M 0 - 39    01:45:20   
2    Jerry  Bess                    1  Standup-Short-M 40 - 99   01:46:22   
3    Odie  Sumi                     2  Standup-Short-M 0 - 39    02:03:22   
4    Ryan  Lapossa                  3  Standup-Short-M 0 - 39    02:12:10   
5    Jenny  Kalmbach                1  Standup-Short-F 0 - 39    02:13:10   



Posted by Aukina3 on Sat, 03/20/2010 - 8:08pm

10 comments

How far was this race???


#1 Sun, 03/21/2010 - 11:39am


According to the times it was about 95 miles.


#2 Sun, 03/21/2010 - 12:24pm


i think it was 13 miles and was about 2 hours. the times you see are based off the time of day, not how long it took.


#3 Sun, 03/21/2010 - 4:32pm


Randy sent out an email saying the race started at 10:52:52 and was 15 miles.


#4 Sun, 03/21/2010 - 4:56pm


That is a new one, use the time of the day to show your race. I know that they have stop watches these days to help with timing races and they work pretty well.


#5 Sun, 03/21/2010 - 6:58pm


What a novel idea??


#6 Sun, 03/21/2010 - 8:39pm


Jimmy is certainly on a charge right now- going to be the man to beat,looks like, in Molokai Solo. To be ahead of Manny and TBear by 5+ minutes - unbelieveable! Must have had a motor! Intense training pays off.


#7 Mon, 03/22/2010 - 1:34pm


Congrats to Jimmy. It would have been nice to see Jr. and Kai out there. Bet that would have shaken it up a bit.


#8 Tue, 03/23/2010 - 8:21am


In case anybody is interested in the time-keeping skills of Ka I Ka Hoe..... they put us here on oahu to shame when it comes to race results and organization... I had asked Randy about his system last year as I contemplated writing a blog about it for the advertiser.

The program uses MS Excel as the base and there are macros and menus for all of the stuff it needs. There is a utility that pulls the info from the clock and imports it into Excel. The clock Randy bought is bullet proof and takes canoe (bib) numbers right into the clock. I think he told me that this time keeping system was initially used for cross country skiing or something like that. Ka I Ka Hoe has been using this system for the past couple years now, and it was apparent at the Keokea race that it works quite well. I didn't notice any mistakes, and the results were ready so fast, the awards had started before all the paddlers had even made it to get their lunch. Randy says:

"We run the clock using clock time instead of starting at 0:00. This allows us to have as many starts as we want (Junior, paddleboards, short, long, etc.) the software knows what time someone started, (what start wave they were in) and what time finished. We can have paddlers from the different starts crossing the finish line at the same time and software sorts it out.

I put time in to setting up my spreadsheet for each race the week before the race ( about and hour)
as long as it's set up, race day is pretty straight forward.

We keep a database of our paddlers from race to race and all we do on race day is enter their canoe number, craft (OC-1, OC-2, etc) and short or long course, we put an X in gender for mixed crews and have a special field for Novice. The software figures out the paddler's race class based on the classes (divisions) we have pre-set in the software using the above info and their birthdate. We only need to add new racers or off island paddlers that come over.
you can keep the clock plugged into the laptop, or unplug it after the registration and set-up and take it to the beach, the pier, or on a boat. When you plug it back into the computer, it catches up

After the last paddler finishes, we just upload the clock info and do a quick cross check with a manual list of canoe numbers that crossed the line. After we sort out any problems, we print results, usually before the last few paddlers have their canoes unrigged.

You can make changes and adjustment right up until you run results. If there's a mistake (wrong division or wrong canoe number), etc., you can go back and fix it and re-run results, as many times as you need.

The biggest problem we are having is getting paddlers to take accurate canoe numbers seriously (like runners and triathletes do), but it's way better than it was at the beginning of the season. We did a few DNFs, but we are looking to get standard numbers that we provide next year.

I had looked at the system Jon Emerson uses (RunScore), but it was too hard to program and was overkill for what we need. If you're good at Excel and can learn what the program needs, it's easy.

We used a manual system for 9 years, last year we used another clock from another system and it was to temperamental. This system is very forgiving, and after you run a few races, when you get an error, it's usually really easy to find the mistake. "

I guess the downside is for viewers reading results on the web, there is know way to know what the actual race times are without knowing what exact time the race started.... and then you have to do the math.


#9 Wed, 03/24/2010 - 1:35pm


Randy sent me updated results, it's been updated to his final copy.


#10 Thu, 03/25/2010 - 11:58am


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