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HCRA State Canoe Racing Results

August 3, 2015, 10:39 PM HST
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Over 2,700 paddlers from across the state descended upon Hilo Bay Saturday for the Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association State Championship.

Crews dealt with overcast conditions, rain, and gusty winds throughout the day. In the end, Hawaiian Canoe Club, Puna Canoe Club, Waikiki Beach Boys, and Na Kai Ewalu won their respective divisions.

2015 Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association State Championship results:

Division standings

AAAA

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Hawaiian Canoe Club – 375 points

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Lanikai – 348

Outrigger – 341

Hui Nalu – 287

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Kailua – 272

Kai Opua – 238

AAA

Puna Canoe Club – 181

Keauhou Canoe Club – 174

Kai ‘Ehitu – 155

Keahiakahoe – 115

Hanalei Canoe Club – 105

Healani – 59

Kaneohe – 53

AA

Waikiki Beach Boys – 108

Kihei Canoe Club – 104

Kawaihae Canoe Club – 100

Keaukaha Canoe Club – 90

Kahana Canoe Club – 84

Wailea – 80

Hui Lanakila – 75

Napili – 73

Na Keiki O Ka Mo’i – 61

Leeward Kai – 35

Niumalu Surf & Outrigger Canoe – 34

Ka Mamalahoe Canoe Club – 33

Kamehameha Canoe Club – 30

Kamehameha – 29

Waikiki Surf Club – 26

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Na Kai Ewalu – 49

Waimanalo – 43

Hale’iwa Outrigger – 37

Manu O Ke Kai – 34

I Mua – 34

Kilohana Canoe Club – 31

Lae’ula O Kai – 30

Paddlers of Laka – 30

Waikoloa Canoe Club – 26

Anuenue – 23

Keoua Honaunau Canoe Club – 18

Wa’akapaemua – 18

Windward Kai – 14

Hana – 11

Miloli’i Canoe Club – 10

New Hope – 9

‘Alapa Hoe – 9

Olelo O Keola – 8

Kai Oni – 5

Molokai – 3

Hui Mana O Puuwai Canoe Club – 2

Waikiki Yacht Club – 2

Koa Kai – 2

Kumulokahi-Elks – 0

Individual results

Women (65 years): Keahiakahoe (4:40.03)

Men (60 years): Keauhou Canoe Club (4:22.65)

Woman Masters (60 years): Outrigger (4:56.03)

Men Masters (60 years): Keauhou Canoe Club (3:55.91)

Girls 12: Hawaiian Canoe Club (2:05.71)

Boys 12: Lanikai (1:58.40)

Mixed Boys and Girls 12: Kawaihae Canoe Club (2:04.68)

Girls 13: Hawaiian Canoe Club (1:58.71)

Boys 13: Hawaiian Canoe Club (1:48.09)

Girls 14: Lanikai (1:58.84)

Boys 14: Hawaiian Canoe Club (1:42.75)

Women Novice “B”: Kahana Canoe Club (1:55.97)

Mixed Novice “B”: Wailea (1:50.01)

Men Novice “B”: Hawaiian Canoe Club (3:44.25)

Girls 15: Hawaiian Canoe Club (4:26.14)

Boys 15: Hawaiian Canoe Club (3:57.45)

Girls 16 & Under: Niumala Surf & Outrigger Canoe (4:31.59)

Boys 16 & Under: Hawaiian Canoe Club (3:49.33)

Girls 18 & Under: Hawaiian Canoe Club (4:28.19)

Boys 18 & Under: Lanikai (8:05.78)

Women Novice “A”: Outrigger (4:24.74)

Men Novice “A”: Kahana Canoe Club (7:59.55)

Women Freshmen: Kawaihae Canoe Club (8:52.89)

Men Freshmen: Lanikai (7:44.04)

Sophomore Women: Waikiki Beach Boys (8:23.35)

Sophomore Men: Keauhou Canoe Club (7:24.48)

Women Junior: Hui Nalu (8:34.06)

Men Junior: Lanikai (7:32.21)

Women Senior: Waikiki Beach Boys (12:51.95)

Men Senior: Lanikai (11:17.69)

Women Golden Masters (55): Kailua (4:28.51)

Men Golden Masters (55): Kihei Canoe Club (3:54.34)

Senior Women Masters (50): Kailua (4:33.99)

Senior Men Masters (50): Puna Canoe Club (3:51.43)

Women Open Four: Hanalei Canoe Club (4:52.72)

Men Open Four: Puna Canoe Club (4:03.70)

Mixed Masters (55): Kihei Canoe Club (4:18.76)

Mixed Masters (40): Keauhou Canoe Club (3:59.32)

Mixed Men and Women: Puna Canoe Club (4:01.80)

Women Masters (40): Kailua (9:36.13)

Men Masters (40): Keauhou Canoe Club (8:02.28)

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Photo by Jamilia Epping.

Photo by Jamilia Epping.

Photo by Jamilia Epping.

Photo by Jamilia Epping.

Windy conditions were a theme at Saturday's state championship. Photo by Jamilia epping.

Windy conditions were a theme at Saturday’s state championship. Photo by Jamilia epping.

Interested paddlers check the results board for the latest standings. Photo by Jamilia Epping.

Interested paddlers check the results board for the latest standings. Photo by Jamilia Epping.

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