Arizona outrigger and Kaiwi Channel Dreams

New goals and achievements marked this summer with paddlers from Na Leo O Ke Kai joining the worldwide push to compete with the best of the best for the Catalina 9-man Challenge – the last race of the Southern California Outrigger Racing Association’s  race circuit, the Pailolo Challenge – 26 miles from Maui to Molokai, and the 41-mile Na Wahine O Ke KaiOne wahine even came home with a medal, as participant with the New Hope crew in Pailolo. Next up: the Molokai Hoe!

Come be part of a club that blends aloha with competition year-round! Even if paddling isn’t your passion, please help support our efforts and order Kalua Pig during our annual fall fundraiser. Pick-up day  is Nov. 12, noon-3 p.m. To place an order:

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Racing toward Molokai Hoe

August competition brought Na Leo paddlers race bling in Dana and Oceanside, paving the way for a great Catalina 9-man Challenge. The 27 miles (or 31 for the men’s race) to and from Catalina Island is the jewel in the crown and last race of the season in the Southern California Outrigger Racing Association’s  race circuit.

Good luck to our Na Leo men’s crew as they draw one step closer to their goal to be the first crew from Arizona to paddle the Kaiwi Channel between Molokai and Oahu for the Molokai Hoe. Good luck too to our wahine, who will represent at the Pailolo Challenge, at Na Wahine O Ke Kai and the daring duo (Vince and Shawna) taking on the Chattajack  Challenge. Whether it’s Prone, OC2, OC2, OC6 or V1 – we’re looking to learn, grow and achieve together. Thank you to our families, friends and sponsors for helping us reach toward our goals.

Come be part of a club that blends aloha with competition year-round: John Gallaudet – or 602-550-0287.

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