1. Regata Kika Club Nordelta

    01:53

    from Fernando La Penna / Added

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    • Regata Kika Club Nordelta

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      from Fernando La Penna / Added

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      • 2011 Pailolo Challenge: Maui to Molokai (Part 2)

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        from Ron Chin / Added

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        FCRCC Men's 2nd Crew (Paddlers: Casey, Corey, Edgar, Jes, JD, Ken, Ron, Sy Bor & Xavier; Escort Boat: Jeannie, Dedrick and his crew) at the Pailolo Challenge Outrigger Race on September 17, 2011 from Fleming Beach, Maui to Kaunakakai Harbor, Molokai Distance: 26 miles Time: 4:19:48 (19th Open Men; Last Open Men's Crew) Note: The GoPro camera fogged up a bit in the tropical humidity and heat (this was before I bought the anti-fog inserts) This was our big international race for 2011, and was the first Hawaiian channel crossing race for me and several others on the crew. Billed as the "world's funnest outrigger race" the course traverses the Pailolo Channel between Maui and Molokai where the prevailing winds funnel down the channel and create big surfing waves over the race course - a 26 mile "downwind run". We had arrived early in Maui to practice and had been instructed on surfing techniques on an OC6 Maliko run a couple of days before the race by Tim Lara of the Hawaiian Canoe Club. The surfing proved to be a "challenge", with juggling the timing of "push" calls to catch the wave fronts, hut ho's to be on a fresh side for the pushes, and bailing the canoe. For the pushes, we called "Go!" instead of "Push!" to reduce confusion with "Hut!". One problem was that we had to build up speed on smaller waves in order to catch the bigger waves, but we often had to bail when the waves were smaller - so it was a bit of a Catch-22. Without the speed, we didn't catch many of the bigger waves, they passed us and swamped us in the process, requiring more bailing. We did have a number of good surfing runs though. And the crew changes were interesting, as always. Despite the surfing waves, we completed the course in a time 30 minutes longer than the Pacific Northwest Outrigger Challenge in Seattle, which was on flat Lake Washington. The Transderm-V (scopolamine) patch worked great, as I didn't get seasick (on the escort boat) in the big waves, unlike the Catalina Crossing in 2009. GPS data from Corey here: http://connect.garmin.com/page/activity/activity.faces?activityId=116526358&actionMethod=page%2Factivity%2Factivity.xhtml%3AuserSwitcher.switchSystem&cid=4255959 Also uploaded to YouTube in HD (if your computer if fast enough): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdIMoj3IGYQ

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        • 2011 Pailolo Challenge: Maui to Molokai (Part 1)

          19:59

          from Ron Chin / Added

          365 Plays / / 0 Comments

          FCRCC Men's 2nd Crew (Paddlers: Casey, Corey, Edgar, Jes, JD, Ken, Ron, Sy Bor & Xavier; Escort Boat: Jeannie, Dedrick and his crew) at the Pailolo Challenge Outrigger Race on September 17, 2011 from Fleming Beach, Maui to Kaunakakai Harbor, Molokai Distance: 26 miles Time: 4:19:48 (19th Open Men; Last Open Men's Crew) Note: The GoPro camera fogged up a bit in the tropical humidity and heat (this was before I bought the anti-fog inserts) This was our big international race for 2011, and was the first Hawaiian channel crossing race for me and several others on the crew. Billed as the "world's funnest outrigger race" the course traverses the Pailolo Channel between Maui and Molokai where the prevailing winds funnel down the channel and create big surfing waves over the race course - a 26 mile "downwind run". We had arrived early in Maui to practice and had been instructed on surfing techniques on an OC6 Maliko run a couple of days before the race by Tim Lara of the Hawaiian Canoe Club. The surfing proved to be a "challenge", with juggling the timing of "push" calls to catch the wave fronts, hut ho's to be on a fresh side for the pushes, and bailing the canoe. For the pushes, we called "Go!" instead of "Push!" to reduce confusion with "Hut!". One problem was that we had to build up speed on smaller waves in order to catch the bigger waves, but we often had to bail when the waves were smaller - so it was a bit of a Catch-22. Without the speed, we didn't catch many of the bigger waves, they passed us and swamped us in the process, requiring more bailing. We did have a number of good surfing runs though. And the crew changes were interesting, as always. Despite the surfing waves, we completed the course in a time 30 minutes longer than the Pacific Northwest Outrigger Challenge in Seattle, which was on flat Lake Washington. The Transderm-V (scopolamine) patch worked great, as I didn't get seasick (on the escort boat) in the big waves, unlike the Catalina Crossing in 2009. GPS data from Corey here: http://connect.garmin.com/page/activity/activity.faces?activityId=116526358&actionMethod=page%2Factivity%2Factivity.xhtml%3AuserSwitcher.switchSystem&cid=4255959 Also uploaded to YouTube in HD (if your computer if fast enough): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rRw2TpX4PpA

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          • H4B 24/7

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            from dennis baloy / Added

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            A glimpse of a typical sunday training of team H4B* as they prepare for this year's Tough Mudder. Outrigger Canoe (6 Person) at Newport Beach Aquatic Center. Mahalo! d. Cameras: 2 GoPros attached on each iako's (tnx milbs!) Edit: Final Cut Pro X Song: N**gas in Paris (Instrumental) Team *H4B (Here4Beer): Milbonn, Val, Natsuko, Peter, Dennis, Rudy, Gisella Special Participation: Kat (Seat 3) and Linden (Steerer) Special Mention to Coach Danny's Outrigger Class and NAC!

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            • Boxing Day Surf 2011

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              from Cody Adams / Added

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              Just a little surf out in Mooloolaba Bay on boxing day 2011 8 to 10ft and pumping on a king high tide. Some great fun!!! Daniel Gourlay, Simon Reeder, Kurtis Reeder, Andrew Jones, Teaicia Adams and Cody Adams (steering)

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              • OC6 Cut Run

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                from Colin Bartley / Added

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                • Eimeo Regatta 2011 OC6 Open Mens Sprint

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                  from Justin Conn / Added

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                  AOCRA NQ Zones' final regatta for 2011 at Eimeo Beach, Mackay. This is the Open Mens Sprint, with a little bit for the ladies at the start of the race. Enjoy

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                  • Eimeo Beach Regatta 2011 Open Mixed Sprint

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                    from Justin Conn / Added

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                    NQ AOCRA Zones' 2011 Final Regatta at Eimeo Beach in Mackay, QLD. Open Mixed Sprint with a nice little bingle to end a great season of racing!

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                    • Oceanside 9man 2011

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                      from Christian Klump / Added

                      Outrigger Race in Southern California

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