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Saturday results Queen Liliuokalani race 2011

Saturday results Queen Liliuokalani race 2011

Here’s the top five overall men’s and women’s teams from Saturday’s 40th annual Queen Liliuiokalani Long Distance Canoe Race in Kona. Overall – Men 1 Livestrong #1 – Iron Open NK – 1:52:26 2 Wailea Canoe Club – Iron Open NK – 1:53:03 3 Kai Opua #7 – Iron Open NK – 1:56:59 4 Livestrong […]

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Queen Liliuokalani Race 2011 schedule (Sept. 3-5)

Queen Liliuokalani Race 2011 schedule (Sept. 3-5)

* Saturday, Sept. 3 through Monday, Sept. 5 Saturday: Waa Kaukahi (single hull canoes) The women start this event paddling 18 miles from Kailua Bay to Honaunau. The men then bring it back 18 miles to Kailua Bay. The Ironman divisions do so with no changes! Same team takes it all the way! Awards ceremony […]

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Queen Liliuokalani races this weekend in Kona

Queen Liliuokalani races this weekend in Kona

MEDIA RELEASE The Queen Liliuokalani Long-Distance Canoe Races are the world’s largest outrigger canoe races. This year marks the 38th year Kai Opua has sponsored these canoe races. Saturday’s 18-mile races feature men (kane) and women (wahine) competing in their respective divisions, racing six-person crews (iron, no changes, no escort boats) and 9-person (non-iron, change) […]

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10th Annual Kai Opua Businessmen’s Canoe Regatta

Ever want to try your hand at outrigger canoe paddling? This is the perfect opportunity, and show your company spirit at the same time. Support outrigger canoe paddling, all new and experienced paddlers, and enjoy this fun & exciting day of racing! Sunday, May 3 at the Kailua Pier Registration 9 am • Races 10:00 am […]

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Kai Opua Canoe Club general meeting

Monday, March 16 • 5:00 pm by the Kailua Pier at Kamakahonu All novice, experienced, keiki and their parents are encouraged to attend. All paddlers are needed. Coaches will be introduced and practice schedules set. Dues for paddlers 18 and younger are free for the 2009 season. Come learn about the heritage and sport of […]

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