Pacific Paddler magazine - October 2011 - (Page 20)

Dad Center Hui Nalu, Waikiki Beach Boys and Team Bradley, battled for the lead. Hui Nalu was out in front for the first half of the race, while Waikiki Beach Out of the pack of 45 canoes three teams, Boys covered Team Bradley. At Sandy Beach, the Beach Boys took the inside line and pulled ahead of the leaders. At Mamala Bay, the Beach Boys again chose the inside line while Team Bradley took a direct line to the buoy. When the crews met up at Diamond Head, Waikiki Beach Boys and managed to answer Team Bradley's push at the Team Bradley were nose-to-nose. The Beach Boys end and held onto first place finishing in 2:59.09. Team Bradley finished with 2:59.28 and Hui Nalu 40's won their division (3:15.17) placing eighth was a close third with 3:00.26. Kailua Canoe Club overall. The club's 50's crew also won their division (3:20.45) and finished 12th overall. Hui Nalu was the only club to enter an 18s crew who finished 29th overall in 3:36.53. Two crews didn't finish due to escort boat problems including a group of women, Kailua - He Matau Rerenga, who traveled boat blew a gasket and the crew had to paddle from New Zealand, just for this race. Their escort back to the starting line. After the race the host, cious lunch which included brownies for dessert. Outrigger Canoe Club, provided awards and a deli- Kailua - He Matau Rerenga turned around after finding out their escort boat had broken down 20 Pacific Paddler - October 2011

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Pacific Paddler magazine - October 2011

Pacific Paddler cover
HCRA States
40th Annual Queen Liliuokalani
Hui Waa score board
OHCRA score board
Peter Caldwell's Pics
Duke Kahanamoku
Dad Center
To ride Kalehuawehe
Honolulu Elks Keiki OceanFest
2012 IVF World Outrigger Sprint
Kailua Bay Ironman Challenge
Vancouver’s Oceanman
SCORA's endless summer
Super Aito
Watch out for Props
Voyages of Malolo
Core Strengthening for Paddlers

Pacific Paddler magazine - October 2011