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125 Mile by Stand Up Paddle Board

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This weekend the famous Devizes to Westminster Paddle Race gets under way, but this year there are two notable stand outs from the crowd of kayakers and canoeists. John Hibbard and his training partner Anthony Cooper are set to make history as the first Stand Up Paddlers ever to enter the race.
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Oahu Championships SUPS results

Here is the result of the recently concluded Oahu Championships held last Saturday, March 21, 2009 at Hawaii Kai. Results are for the SUPs Division only.

AGE GROUP: FEMALE Stock 12′6″ & under Standup

1 90 CAROLYN ANNEROD 2:29:15

AGE GROUP: MALE Stock up to 14′no rdr Standup

1 73 RAY SHIRAISHI 1:49:12

AGE GROUP: MALE Open/Unlimited Class Standup

1 70 JEFF CHANG 1:42:48
2 74 JAMES MARTINDALE 1:50:49
3 75 HERBIE TITCOMB 1:52:41

For the complete race results see www.kanakaikaika.com

Hanohano Ocean Challenge January 31, 2009 – Race Recap

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Today, thanks to the generous efforts of the members of Hanohano Outrigger Canoe Club (HOCC), over 400 paddlers took to the water in Mission Bay, San Diego. Our participants ranged in age from 8 yrs. to 80 yrs old including a number of very inspirational Challenged Athletes representing the Challenged Athlete Foundation (CAF), Olympic Athletes and World Class Athletes from various other sports. Continue reading ‘Hanohano Ocean Challenge January 31, 2009 – Race Recap’

Duke’s Oceanfest SUP Stand UP Race 2008

Duke's Oceanfest SUP Stand UP Race 2008

I didn’t get any good video shots of the Duke’s Race but shot this short clip before it started so people can see what others were using.  I should have gone around more and waited a while because the amount of boards and people were impressive. Continue reading ‘Duke’s Oceanfest SUP Stand UP Race 2008′

Update – U.S. Coast Guard SUP Stand Up Race MALAMA KA MEA HO`OPAKELE

Just got off the phone with Tad Tucker who is organizing this race.  He’s a reserve in the Coast Guard and a cool guy. This can change on race day but here’s what I got for now: Continue reading ‘Update – U.S. Coast Guard SUP Stand Up Race MALAMA KA MEA HO`OPAKELE’