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No doubt at all for Shell Va’a

To characterize Shell Va’a as a confident group is an understatement. So self-assured was the crew and its immense entourage that the Tahitian team had victory cakes made earlier Sunday morning in advance of the race waiting for the paddlers at their post-event party. Read more

HCRA splits for state race

In the days leading up to an event as large and important as the Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association State Championship regatta, outrigger canoe paddlers and supporters are usually anxious to see who will rise to the occasion and show up to compete. Read more

Paddlers pull as 1 to clean filthy lagoon

The muddy, garbage-infused muddle of junk left behind by Tropical Storm Darby in the waters and along the shoreline of Keehi Lagoon is threatening the state sport of outrigger canoe paddling’s largest annual event. Read more

Liberty Challenge victory buoys Beach Boys crew

After the Na Wahine O Ke Kai was canceled in late September for just the second time in the nearly 40 years since the women’s edition of the 41-mile Molokai-to-Oahu race was launched, the defending champion Waikiki Beach Boys were left longing for finality. Read more

Keola O Ke Kai goes outside the Oahu box

Its name means “the life and strength of the sea,” and Keola O Ke Kai Canoe Club’s members and coaches have made it a point to bolster the organization by traveling to some of the world’s paddling hotbeds with the goal of experiencing the state sport at a global level. Read more

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