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Hawaiian Canoe Club dominates

By Kyle Galdeira
Special to the Star-Advertiser

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 03, 2014

~~<p>In 2001, Hawaiian Canoe Club of Maui won its first state title and marked the turn of the century by establishing itself as the team to beat within local outrigger canoe paddling ranks.</p>
<p>The juggernaut that is Hawaiian proved it is still worthy of sporting &quot;No Ka Oi&quot; emblazoned on its racing jerseys after securing a second consecutive state title -- and 11th in 14 years -- by dominating the Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association State Championship Regatta at Keehi Lagoon on Saturday. The Kahului-based club racked up nine individual race wins and dominated the AAAA division (21-40 crews entered) with 389 points.</p>
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In 2001, Hawaiian Canoe Club of Maui won its first state title and marked the turn of the century by establishing itself as the team to beat within local outrigger canoe paddling ranks.

The juggernaut that is Hawaiian proved it is still worthy of sporting "No Ka Oi" emblazoned on its racing jerseys after securing a second consecutive state title -- and 11th in 14 years -- by dominating the Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association State Championship Regatta at Keehi Lagoon on Saturday. The Kahului-based club racked up nine individual race wins and dominated the AAAA division (21-40 crews entered) with 389 points. Login for more...



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