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Hui Wa`a O Waiakea Long Distance Race Results

June 24, 2013, 3:59 PM HST
* Updated June 25, 2:04 PM
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The fourth long distance event of the Moku O Hawai`i Outrigger Canoe Racing season was held Saturday at Hilo Bay. Hui Wa`a O Waiakea served as the host.

The long distance portion of the schedule takes a hiatus for the next month while regatta season winds down over the next four weeks. The next long distance event will be the Uncle Red Kanuha races, hosted by Kai Opua Canoe Club on July 27 at Kailua Pier.

The regatta season resumes after a week’s hiatus at Hilo Bay Saturday. Keaukaha Canoe Club is the designated host for the fifth regatta event of the year.

Hui Wa`a O Waiakea long distance winners

Girls 12 – Kamehameha (20:05.78)

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Boys 12 – Kamehameha (19:55.41)

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Boys 13 – Puna (18:51.96)

Boys and Girls 13 – Kailana (18:22.72)

Girls 14 – Paddlers of Laka (34:44.55)

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Girls 15 – Hui Wa`a O Waiakea (38:14.43)

Boys 15 – Kamehameha (31:37.91)

Girls 16 – Puna (1:00:31.73)

Boys 16 – Puna (56:30.52)

Girls 18 – Kamehameha (56:30.52)

Boys 18 – Kawaihae (45:27.78)

Novice Women – Puna (1:38.29.10)

Novice Men and Women – Hui Wa`a O Waiakea (1:28:11.96)

Open Women – Kamehameha (F9) (1:27:00.64)

Open Men – Puna (G3) (1:16:32.39)

Open Men and Women – Hui Wa`a O Waiakea (1:23:46.06)

Women 50 – Puna (G4) (1:33.58.47)

Men 50 – Keaukaha (1:31:49.79)

Men Unlimited – Puna (1:12:53.82)

Men and Women Unlimited – Waikoloa (1:26:26.08)

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