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Race Results – Elite “Survivor SUP” Waikiki Paddle Festival

Sunday, May 6th, 2012

HONOLULU – (May 5, 2012) — Australian Travis Grant mastered a brand new stand-up paddle race format today to win the elite “Survivor SUP” race of the Quiksilver Waterman Collection Waikiki Paddle Festival. Grant finished ahead of Danny Ching (Redondo Beach, California), and the designer of today’s course, Jamie Mitchell (Australia), who were second and third respectively. Grant won $2,000 for the result. The women’s division was a clear upset with a win by California’s Gillian Gibree (San Diego) over Hawaii pair Jenny Kalmbach and Candice Appleby respectively. Gibree won $1,500.

Left: Travis Grant (black 87), Jamie Mitchell (center 346), Travis Grant (right in green) were the men to beat. Photo: Bernie Baker.

Jamie Mitchell’s Survivor SUP format was a major hit by both competitor and spectator’s standards. For the men, it featured five elimination rounds on an M-shaped buoy course, followed by an eight-man final. All rounds were raced in the Le Mans style, with just five minutes break inbetween. The ladies’ race consisted of two rounds and a final but was just as hotly contested as the men’s division.

Grant, 29, from Queensland’s Gold Coast, won here for the first time last year racing the “Battle of the Paddle” format and today proved that he is still the man to beat. He paced himself through the rounds, peaking perfectly in the final. Ching held the lead in the final until the outside buoy turn in the wave zone, where Grant made a push, found a small swell and passed him up. With Ching and Mitchell still hot on his heels to the beach, Grant never looked back and gave every stroke his all.

“I couldnt be happier, seriously,” said Grant. “I didn’t know what to expect. Those top 10 were literally the top 10 fastest guys in the world at the moment. It was a stacked final and it’s all about getting a good start. I knew what to do, it was just whether or not I could do it. But I love this sort of tricky water and my board just dropped in on this little bump and I took off.

“There were a lot of tactics. I tried to conserve as much as I could (in the early rounds). I think all the top guys did. But in the end I had the perfect race.”

Ching was satisfied with his result, knowing full well that it could have gone either way between the three of them.

“Those two guys (Grant and Mitchell), and everybody in that final were so fast and so competitive. When you look at it, it’s always a bump here… a buoy turn there… it’s one little mistake. I think with this format you get the opportunity to get some of the nerves out, but it’s still very similar to a long distance paddle – in the end it still hurts.”

The women’s race was equally close but ended in a major upset when Gillian Gibree stole the victory from the two local Hawaii paddlers who were tipped as the favorites: Kalmbach and defending event champion Appleby.

Right: L to R: Gillian Gibree, Candice Appleby, Jenny Kalmbach 200 yards from the finish. Kalmbach surged to move to second. Photo: Bernie Baker.

Gibree, formerly from land-locked Massachusetts, surprised none more than herself. Though she is no stranger to SUP competition, she has never beaten either Appleby or Kalmbach. Regardless, she had them following in her wake today.

“It was amazing, I didn’t expect this at all,” said Gibree. “It was a nice surprise. I love the sprints – they’re so much fun to me, the excitement and the adrenaline. It was a great race. I’ve never beaten Candice or Jenny before. I’m originally from Massachusetts – really cold water, so this is like a dream come true being able to experience this. I grew up in the country. My dad’s a hockey player. When I started learning to do this I got my butt kicked a million times over but I guess I finally learned and I’m loving it. I love everything about the ocean.”

Kalmbach found plenty to be pleased about in finishing ahead of Appleby.

“Every lap, somebody different led and there was a lot of tactics involved,” said Kalmbach. “But it was really fun. I don’t think I’ve beaten Candice in a few years. She’s such a phenomenal athlete, so I’m really stoked about that.”

Other events held today included prone paddleboard racing, open SUP racing, and outrigger canoe sprints.

Coming up tomorrow will be the 10-mile Hawaii Kai to Waikiki downwind distance race for all paddleboard and outriggers classes.

Complete listing of results for all events not available at time of writing.

RESULTS OF THE ELITE RACE:
SURVIVOR SUP ELITE MEN
1. Travis Grant (Aus); 2. Danny Ching (CA); 3. Jamie Mitchell (Aus); 4. Connor Baxter (Maui); 5. Jake Jensen (Aus); 6. Kelly Margetts (Aus); 7. Paul Jackson (Aus); 8. Slater Trout (Maui)

SURVIVOR SUP ELITE WOMEN
1. Gillian Gibree (CA); 2. Jenny Kalmbach (Haw); 3. Candice Appleby (Haw); 4. Angela Jackson; 5. Terrene Black (Aus)

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ISA World Stand Up Championships – Men’s Short Paddleboard Race Results

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

In the Race For the Team Title and the Club Waikiki Trophy, Team’s From Brazil, South Africa and USA are Close Behind Australia

ISA World StandUp Paddle (SUP) and Paddleboard Championship
February 23, 2012
Miraflores, Lima, Peru

Brad Gaul and Joel Mason let the paddleboarding community know that Team Australia is certainly the country to beat at the ISA World StandUp Paddle (SUP) and Paddleboarding Championship, earning the gold and silver medals in the Men’s Paddleboard Race. Following in the footsteps of Jordan Mercer, who dominated the field in the Women’s Paddleboard Race the day before, the pair distanced themselves from the pack early and never looked back.

A quarter-mile from the turn to the beach, Gaul broke away and was the first to shake hands with ISA President Fernando Aguerre at the finish line.

“It was very flat conditions out there, pretty hot, but it was a comfortable race once Joel and I got out; we set back into a rhythm and a pace and just did what we planned to do back home, and came back through here and completed the task,” said Gaul, who finished the five-kilometer race in 38:14.

“It’s obviously a great honor [to win the first-ever men’s gold medal at the ISA World SUP and Paddleboard Championship],” he continued. “The event is only going grow in years to come, with more and more countries coming and it will get more competitive. So, to be the first [gold medalist] on that list is awesome.”

Mason was a few hundred yards behind Gaul to lock down the maximum points for Australia.

7 1 Brad Gaul AUS 38:14
18 2 Joel Mason AUS 39:08
27 3 Ryan Butcher RSA 41:07
30 4 Shane Scoggins USA 41:16
28 5 Donald Brierley RSA 41:55
21 6 Carlos Di Pace ARG 43:12
23 7 Luis Eduardo Escudono PER 44:04
29 8 Rob Rojas USA 44:07
24 9 Rodrigo Gamarra PER 44:31
19 10 Fabio Velasco BRA 46:06
25 11 Francisco Hernandez VEN 51:25
20 12 Andre Turelly BRA 51:30
32 13 Pere Sureda SPN 52:37
26 14 Gilbert Baez VEN 52:55
33 15 Felix Palmero SPN 1:03:40
31 16 Alberto Adriazola CHI 1:08:29
22 17 Facundo Martin Diaz ARG 1:33:14

Race Results – 2011 Battle of the Paddle Dana Point

Saturday, September 24th, 2011
Race Results For the 2011 Battle of the Paddle Dana Point, CA

Maui’s Connor Baxter, 17, won his first major stand-up paddle (SUP) championship today against the world’s best in the Rainbow Sandals Gerry Lopez Battle of the Paddle in California. In the most thrilling Elite Race battle in the four-year history of the event, Baxter fought off none other than 10x world prone paddleboard champion Jamie Mitchell (Australia), and defending Battle of the Paddle California champion Danny Ching (California) to win. The women’s Elite Race was won with by an incredibly inform Candice Appleby (Oahu/San Clemente) for the fourth consecutive year.

Full Results Elite Race 2011 Battle of the Paddle California

Full Results Distance Race 2011 Battle of the Paddle California

Full Results Age Group  Race 2011 Battle of the Paddle California

Full results Relay Battle of the Paddle 2011 California

2011 Hennessey’s World Championships Race Results

Sunday, September 18th, 2011

 2011 Hennessey's World Championships Race Results

 2011 Hennessey’s Worlds –  Whole Field: Handicapped Results

Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 202 MASON, Joel PDB ULT 18-29 01:06:24
2 96 THOMAS, Brad PDB ULT 40-49 01:09:14
3 234 PLSEK, George PDB ULT 40-49 01:11:18
4 228 BUCKLEY, Adam PDB ULT 30-39 01:11:55
5 229 MIRALLE, Don PDB ULT 30-39 01:12:54
6 90 STOCKDALE, Brian SUP Ult 40-49 Men 01:14:49
7 45 KOSTERLITZ, Chase SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:15:29
8 232 LOREN, George PDB ULT 40-49 01:15:54
9 97 NDIAYE, Dialy SUP Ult 40-49 Men 01:16:14
10 200 SCHECKMAN, Jay PDB 14′ Open 01:16:18
11 39 TROUT, Slater SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:16:21
12 21 BECKER, Matt SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:16:30
13 24 VARGAS, Jared SUP Ult 39U Men 01:16:31
14 48 VELA, Anthony SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:16:34
15 82 REICHENSTEIN, Willie SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:16:37
16 92 PATTERSON, Chuck SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:16:46
17 53 MAC, Thomas SUP Ult 50+ Men 01:16:52
18 50 DE ZWART, Bart SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:17:32
19 31 KAHN, Mitch SUP 14′ 50+ Men 01:18:35
20 27 CAIN, Larry SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:18:48
21 80 STALLA, Fernando SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:19:20
22 30 JOHNSON, Ernie SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:20:04
23 235 MURPHY, Brian PDB Stk 18-29 01:20:26
24 226 FIRST, Max PDB ULT 18-29 01:20:29
25 72 GAVERE, Dan SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:20:40
26 12 ELLIS, Douglas SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:20:45
27 215 BARK, Jack PDB Stk 18-29 01:20:47
28 34 WILD, Jay SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:21:04
29 69 BURGUIERE, Cyril SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:21:17
30 60 MITCHELL, Jamie SUP Stk 39U Men 01:21:25
31 238 COLLINS, Michael PDB ULT 40-49 01:21:33
32 81 CHING, Danny SUP Stk 39U Men 01:21:53
33 236 MURPHY, Michael PDB Stk 30-39 01:21:59
34 227 BURDIAK, Timothy PDB ULT 18-29 01:22:17
35 49 YORK, Spencer SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:22:29
36 212 MONTALBANO, Jim PDB Stk 50-59 01:22:36
37 237 ROEBUCK, Ron PDB ULT 40-49 01:22:46
38 74 ABBEY, Kaeo ‘O’ Kalani SUP Ult 39U Men 01:22:47
39 46 FREITAS, Mo SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:23:00
40 18 LOGRECO, Andrew SUP Stk 39U Men 01:23:28
41 203 BUCKINGHAM, Wayne PDB ULT 50-59 01:23:35
42 59 MARGETTS, Kelly SUP Stk 39U Men 01:23:51
43 205 SCHADE, Bob PDB ULT 50-59 01:23:56
44 218 BUCKINGHAM, Wally PDB ULT 50-59 01:24:20
45 38 BOLAND, Chris SUP 14′ 50+ Men 01:24:25
46 76 MATERO, Alex SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:24:26
47 58 DI BETTA, Mick SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:24:50
48 25 NERISON, Kevin SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:24:57
49 318 CARLSON, Micah SUP Ult 39U Men 01:25:58
50 207 LOURENS, Deon PDB Stk 40-49 01:26:01
51 209 ELLIS, Rodney PDB Stk 30-39 01:26:21
52 42 SPRINGER, Seth SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:26:25
53 64 CHAPMAN, Dale SUP 14′ 40 – 49 men 01:26:58
54 4 BAXTER, Connor SUP Stk 39U Men 01:27:15
55 201 FELIX, Larry PDB 14′ Open 01:27:18
56 56 APPLEBY, Candice SUP Stk Women 01:27:20
57 32 MCPHILLIPS, Colin SUP Stk 39U Men 01:27:25
58 26 BASHOR, Chad SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:27:30
59 310 CAMPBELL, Brent SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:27:39
60 210 DIEDERICH, Scott PDB Stk 40-49 01:28:10
61 85 JENSEN, Jake SUP Stk 39U Men 01:28:12
62 8 TRAYLING, Bill SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:28:15
63 33 KURT, Byron SUP Stk 40-49 Men 01:28:26
64 78 ANDERSAN, Annabel SUP Stk Women 01:28:32
65 2 JACKSON, Paul SUP Stk 39U Men 01:28:33
66 317 ROSE, Brennan SUP Stk 39U Men 01:28:55
67 95 EBERHARDT, Dan PDB 14′ Open 01:29:02
68 87 TERRELL, Jim SUP Stk 40-49 Men 01:29:28
69 63 TEURQUETIL, Alain sup 14′ 40 – 49 men 01:29:34
70 47 LIGHT, Brendan SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:29:43
71 68 RING, Karl SUP Stk 40-49 Men 01:29:46
72 10 SCHROTTER, Derek SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:30:16
73 22 BOEHNE, David SUP Stk 39U Men 01:30:40
74 79 BUTKI, Jay SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:31:01
75 23 FIELDER, Chance SUP Stk 39U Men 01:31:09
76 222 RUCH, David PDB Stk 18-29 01:31:29
77 5 COOK, Justin SUP Stk 39U Men 01:31:36
78 88 MORRISSEY, Dane SUP Stk 39U Men 01:31:45
79 7 ERICKSON, Lance SUP Stk 50+ Men 01:32:03
80 91 YOUNG, Austin SUP Stk 39U Men 01:32:12
81 220 HUMPHREY, Ron PDB 14′ Open 01:32:16
82 241 AMBROSI, Jo PDB Stk Women 01:32:19
83 36 BAKSIC, Brandi SUP Stk Women 01:32:55
84 65 HILL, Christopher SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:33:00
85 231 MILES, Michael PDB ULT 40-49 01:33:05
86 86 STEPHAN, Chris SUP Stk 39U Men 01:34:00
87 70 HAAG, Brian SUP Stk 39U Men 01:34:09
88 14 HIGGINS, Jim SUP 14′ 50+ Men 01:34:39
89 315 KANE, Brian SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:34:49
90 409 CODY, Kevin PDB ULT 01:34:55
91 94 RAMBO, Brad SUP Stk 50+ Men 01:35:16
92 66 JONES, Jonathan SUP Stk 40-49 Men 01:35:49
93 55 HOESTEREY, Morgan SUP Stk Women 01:35:51
94 15 BRUNSON, Bruce SUP Stk 39U Men 01:36:05
95 300 WELCH, Greg SUP Stk 40-49 Men 01:36:12
96 19 ATHANACIO, Mark SUP Stk 40-49 Men 01:36:38
97 213 WITTER, Ron PDB ULT 50-59 01:36:41
98 93 SWANECAMP, Tom SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:36:53
99 225 RICHARDS, Michael PDB Stk 40-49 01:37:30
100 6 ZACHARIAS, Paul SUP Stk 40-49 Men 01:37:33
101 67 HOLBROOK, Thomas SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:37:34
102 41 GANGINI, Talia SUP Stk Women 01:37:42
103 83 SMITH, Gene SUP Stk 50+ Men 01:38:04
104 221 LATTER, David PDB 14′ Open 01:38:37
105 323 BISHOW, Chris SUP Stk 39U Men 01:38:56
106 20 LEE, Jennifer SUP Stk Women 01:39:03
107 29 RIDDLE, Alison SUP Stk Women 01:39:07
108 319 O’HEA, Patrick SUP Stk 40-49 Men 01:39:31
109 16 PATTON, Robert SUP Stk 39U Men 01:39:43
110 61 PURSER, Sondra SUP Stk Women 01:39:54
111 17 BRACKETT, Julianne SUP Stk Women 01:40:36
112 1 JACKSON, Angela SUP Stk Women 01:40:50
113 51 KHO, Billy SUP Stk 40-49 Men 01:40:56
114 219 BOYER, Gene PDB 60+ Open 01:41:33
115 52 GOODMAN, John SUP Stk 50+ Men 01:42:34
116 57 FAZEKAS ZUR, Krisztina SUP Stk Women 01:42:34
117 43 COCCO, Antoinette SUP Stk Women 01:42:49
118 240 BOWEN, Stacy PDB ULT 50-59 01:42:58
119 217 GILLOTT, Jeff PDB Stk 40-49 01:43:07
120 314 HARRISON, Halie SUP Stk Women 01:44:01
121 3 HORSFIELD, Simone SUP Stk Women 01:44:26
122 28 PAUL, Tony SUP Stk 40-49 Men 01:44:51
123 214 BARK, Sam PDB 17U Open 01:44:55
124 233 DEWET-OLESON, Kathy PDB Stk Women 01:45:00
125 204 WASSON, Jordan PDB 17U Open 01:45:01
126 54 RANDO, Jessica SUP Stk Women 01:45:37
127 73 DAVIDSON, Richard SUP 14′ 50+ Men 01:46:01
128 11 COOPER, Sue SUP Stk Women 01:46:53
129 84 PLUNKETT, Terri SUP Stk Women 01:48:02
130 311 GLYNN, Chuck SUP Stk 39U Men 01:48:03
131 75 STRAZZULLA, Suzy SUP Stk Women 01:49:11
132 206 SHERMAN, Tyler PDB 14′ Open 01:49:51
133 9 RISNER, Betsy SUP Stk 50+ Women 01:50:28
134 62 THOMAS, Kristin SUP Stk Women 01:50:37
135 13 EYRE, Robert SUP Stk 50+ Men 01:52:58
136 37 MERRILL, Emmy SUP Stk Women 01:54:17
137 208 KING, Rochelle PDB Stk Women Open 01:58:00
138 320 ANORGA, Andre SUP Stk Women 02:00:04
139 211 RUSHER, Scott PDB ULT 40-49 DNF
140 216 FREITAS, Mo PDB 17U Open DNF
141 224 SALAFRANCA, Alfredo PDB Stk 30-39 DNF
142 230 COHN, Jeff PDB ULT 30-39 DNF
143 239 RUBIN, Gavin PDB ULT 40-49 DNF
144 301 MINICH, Matthew SUP 14′ 39U Men DNF
145 309 SWART, Simon SUP 14′ 39U Men DNF
146 313 CHURCH, Debbie SUP Stk Wom DNF
147 35 PELKEY, Rob SUP 14′ 40-49 Men DNF
148 40 GANGINI, Tehani SUP Stk Women DNF
149 71 BEAUPRE, Kianoa SUP Stk 39U Men DNF
150 77 LEVORIN, Alex SUP Stk 40-49 Men DNF
151 89 ZUR, Rami SUP 14′ 39U Men DNF

2011 Hennessey’s Worlds – Handicap Results by category

PDB 17U Open –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 214 BARK, Sam PDB 17U Open 01:44:55
2 204 WASSON, Jordan PDB 17U Open 01:45:01
3 216 FREITAS, Mo PDB 17U Open DNF
PDB Stk 18-29 –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 235 MURPHY, Brian PDB Stk 18-29 01:20:26
2 215 BARK, Jack PDB Stk 18-29 01:20:47
3 222 RUCH, David PDB Stk 18-29 01:31:29
PDB Stk 30-39 –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 236 MURPHY, Michael PDB Stk 30-39 01:21:59
2 209 ELLIS, Rodney PDB Stk 30-39 01:26:21
PDB Stk 40-49 –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 207 LOURENS, Deon PDB Stk 40-49 01:26:01
2 210 DIEDERICH, Scott PDB Stk 40-49 01:28:10
3 217 GILLOTT, Jeff PDB Stk 40-49 01:43:07
PDB Stk 50-59 –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 212 MONTALBANO, Jim PDB Stk 50-59 01:22:36
PDB ULT 18-29 –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 202 MASON, Joel PDB ULT 18-29 01:06:24
2 226 FIRST, Max PDB ULT 18-29 01:20:29
PDB ULT 30-39 –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 228 BUCKLEY, Adam PDB ULT 30-39 01:11:55
2 229 MIRALLE, Don PDB ULT 30-39 01:12:54
3 230 COHN, Jeff PDB ULT 30-39 DNF
PDB ULT 40-49 –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 96 THOMAS, Brad PDB ULT 40-49 01:09:14
2 234 PLSEK, George PDB ULT 40-49 01:11:18
3 232 LOREN, George PDB ULT 40-49 01:15:54
4 238 COLLINS, Michael PDB ULT 40-49 01:21:33
5 237 ROEBUCK, Ron PDB ULT 40-49 01:22:46
6 231 MILES, Michael PDB ULT 40-49 01:33:05
7 211 RUSHER, Scott PDB ULT 40-49 DNF
8 239 RUBIN, Gavin PDB ULT 40-49 DNF
PDB ULT 50-59 –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 203 BUCKINGHAM, Wayne PDB ULT 50-59 01:23:35
2 205 SCHADE, Bob PDB ULT 50-59 01:23:56
3 218 BUCKINGHAM, Wally PDB ULT 50-59 01:24:20
4 213 WITTER, Ron PDB ULT 50-59 01:36:41
5 240 BOWEN, Stacy PDB ULT 50-59 01:42:58
PDB Stk Women –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 241 AMBROSI, Jo PDB Stk Women 01:32:19
2 233 DEWET-OLESON, Kathy PDB Stk Women 01:45:00
3 208 KING, Rochelle PDB Stk Women Open 01:58:00
PDB 60+ Open –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 409 CODY, Kevin PDB ULT 01:34:55
2 219 BOYER, Gene PDB 60+ Open 01:41:33
PDB 14′ Open –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 200 SCHECKMAN, Jay PDB 14′ Open 01:16:18
2 201 FELIX, Larry PDB 14′ Open 01:27:18
3 220 HUMPHREY, Ron PDB 14′ Open 01:32:16
4 221 LATTER, David PDB 14′ Open 01:38:37
5 206 SHERMAN, Tyler PDB 14′ Open 01:49:51
SUP Stk 39U Men –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 60 MITCHELL, Jamie SUP Stk 39U Men 01:21:25
2 81 CHING, Danny SUP Stk 39U Men 01:21:53
3 18 LOGRECO, Andrew SUP Stk 39U Men 01:23:28
4 59 MARGETTS, Kelly SUP Stk 39U Men 01:23:51
5 4 BAXTER, Connor SUP Stk 39U Men 01:27:15
6 32 MCPHILLIPS, Colin SUP Stk 39U Men 01:27:25
7 85 JENSEN, Jake SUP Stk 39U Men 01:28:12
8 2 JACKSON, Paul SUP Stk 39U Men 01:28:33
9 317 ROSE, Brennan SUP Stk 39U Men 01:28:55
10 22 BOEHNE, David SUP Stk 39U Men 01:30:40
11 23 FIELDER, Chance SUP Stk 39U Men 01:31:09
12 5 COOK, Justin SUP Stk 39U Men 01:31:36
13 88 MORRISSEY, Dane SUP Stk 39U Men 01:31:45
14 91 YOUNG, Austin SUP Stk 39U Men 01:32:12
15 86 STEPHAN, Chris SUP Stk 39U Men 01:34:00
16 70 HAAG, Brian SUP Stk 39U Men 01:34:09
17 15 BRUNSON, Bruce SUP Stk 39U Men 01:36:05
18 323 BISHOW, Chris SUP Stk 39U Men 01:38:56
19 16 PATTON, Robert SUP Stk 39U Men 01:39:43
20 311 GLYNN, Chuck SUP Stk 39U Men 01:48:03
21 71 BEAUPRE, Kianoa SUP Stk 39U Men DNF
SUP Stk 40-49 Men –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 33 KURT, Byron SUP Stk 40-49 Men 01:28:26
2 68 RING, Karl SUP Stk 40-49 Men 01:29:46
3 66 JONES, Jonathan SUP Stk 40-49 Men 01:35:49
4 300 WELCH, Greg SUP Stk 40-49 Men 01:36:12
5 19 ATHANACIO, Mark SUP Stk 40-49 Men 01:36:38
6 225 RICHARDS, Michael PDB Stk 40-49 01:37:30
7 6 ZACHARIAS, Paul SUP Stk 40-49 Men 01:37:33
8 319 O’HEA, Patrick SUP Stk 40-49 Men 01:39:31
9 51 KHO, Billy SUP Stk 40-49 Men 01:40:56
10 28 PAUL, Tony SUP Stk 40-49 Men 01:44:51
11 77 LEVORIN, Alex SUP Stk 40-49 Men DNF
SUP Stk 50+ Men –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 7 ERICKSON, Lance SUP Stk 50+ Men 01:32:03
2 94 RAMBO, Brad SUP Stk 50+ Men 01:35:16
3 83 SMITH, Gene SUP Stk 50+ Men 01:38:04
4 52 GOODMAN, John SUP Stk 50+ Men 01:42:34
5 13 EYRE, Robert SUP Stk 50+ Men 01:52:58
SUP 14′ 39U Men –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 45 KOSTERLITZ, Chase SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:15:29
2 39 TROUT, Slater SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:16:21
3 21 BECKER, Matt SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:16:30
4 48 VELA, Anthony SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:16:34
5 82 REICHENSTEIN, Willie SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:16:37
6 80 STALLA, Fernando SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:19:20
7 12 ELLIS, Douglas SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:20:45
8 34 WILD, Jay SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:21:04
9 69 BURGUIERE, Cyril SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:21:17
10 49 YORK, Spencer SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:22:29
11 46 FREITAS, Mo SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:23:00
12 76 MATERO, Alex SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:24:26
13 25 NERISON, Kevin SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:24:57
14 42 SPRINGER, Seth SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:26:25
15 310 CAMPBELL, Brent SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:27:39
16 47 LIGHT, Brendan SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:29:43
17 315 KANE, Brian SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:34:49
18 67 HOLBROOK, Thomas SUP 14′ 39U Men 01:37:34
19 309 SWART, Simon SUP 14′ 39U Men DNF
20 301 MINICH, Matthew SUP 14′ 39U Men DNF
21 89 ZUR, Rami SUP 14′ 39U Men DNF
SUP 14′ 40-49 Men –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 92 PATTERSON, Chuck SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:16:46
2 50 DE ZWART, Bart SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:17:32
3 27 CAIN, Larry SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:18:48
4 30 JOHNSON, Ernie SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:20:04
5 72 GAVERE, Dan SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:20:40
6 58 DI BETTA, Mick SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:24:50
7 64 CHAPMAN, Dale SUP 14′ 40 – 49 men 01:26:58
8 26 BASHOR, Chad SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:27:30
9 8 TRAYLING, Bill SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:28:15
10 87 TERRELL, Jim SUP Stk 40-49 Men 01:29:28
11 63 TEURQUETIL, Alain sup 14′ 40 – 49 men 01:29:34
12 10 SCHROTTER, Derek SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:30:16
13 79 BUTKI, Jay SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:31:01
14 93 SWANECAMP, Tom SUP 14′ 40-49 Men 01:36:53
15 35 PELKEY, Rob SUP 14′ 40-49 Men DNF
SUP 14′ 50+ Men –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 31 KAHN, Mitch SUP 14′ 50+ Men 01:18:35
2 38 BOLAND, Chris SUP 14′ 50+ Men 01:24:25
3 14 HIGGINS, Jim SUP 14′ 50+ Men 01:34:39
4 73 DAVIDSON, Richard SUP 14′ 50+ Men 01:46:01
SUP Ult 39U Men –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 24 VARGAS, Jared SUP Ult 39U Men 01:16:31
2 74 ABBEY, Kaeo ‘O’ Kalani SUP Ult 39U Men 01:22:47
3 318 CARLSON, Micah SUP Ult 39U Men 01:25:58
SUP Ult 40-49 Men –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 90 STOCKDALE, Brian SUP Ult 40-49 Men 01:14:49
2 97 NDIAYE, Dialy SUP Ult 40-49 Men 01:16:14
SUP Ult 50+ Men –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 53 MAC, Thomas SUP Ult 50+ Men 01:16:52
SUP Stk Women –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 56 APPLEBY, Candice SUP Stk Women 01:27:20
2 78 ANDERSAN, Annabel SUP Stk Women 01:28:32
3 36 BAKSIC, Brandi SUP Stk Women 01:32:55
4 55 HOESTEREY, Morgan SUP Stk Women 01:35:51
5 41 GANGINI, Talia SUP Stk Women 01:37:42
6 20 LEE, Jennifer SUP Stk Women 01:39:03
7 29 RIDDLE, Alison SUP Stk Women 01:39:07
8 61 PURSER, Sondra SUP Stk Women 01:39:54
9 17 BRACKETT, Julianne SUP Stk Women 01:40:36
10 1 JACKSON, Angela SUP Stk Women 01:40:50
11 57 FAZEKAS ZUR, Krisztina SUP Stk Women 01:42:34
12 43 COCCO, Antoinette SUP Stk Women 01:42:49
13 314 HARRISON, Halie SUP Stk Women 01:44:01
14 3 HORSFIELD, Simone SUP Stk Women 01:44:26
15 54 RANDO, Jessica SUP Stk Women 01:45:37
16 11 COOPER, Sue SUP Stk Women 01:46:53
17 84 PLUNKETT, Terri SUP Stk Women 01:48:02
18 75 STRAZZULLA, Suzy SUP Stk Women 01:49:11
19 62 THOMAS, Kristin SUP Stk Women 01:50:37
20 37 MERRILL, Emmy SUP Stk Women 01:54:17
21 320 ANORGA, Andre SUP Stk Women 02:00:04
22 313 CHURCH, Debbie SUP Stk Wom DNF
23 40 GANGINI, Tehani SUP Stk Women DNF
SUP Stk 50+ Women –
Position
Boat #
Paddler(s)
Boat Make/Model
Final
1 9 RISNER, Betsy SUP Stk 50+ Women 01:50:28

Race Results 2011 Coronado Chainsaw Massacre

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

9th ANNUAL CORONADO CHAINSAW MASSACRE PADDLEBOARD RACE 2011

Full race results can be found here

Brad Thomas Wins the Classic

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

After missing last year’s Catalina Classic because he broke a leg surfing, and finishing sixth in 2009, Brad Thomas knew this might be his last chance to have his name engraved on the Catalina Classic Paddleboard Race Perpetual Trophy.

Race Results

Thomas is 43 and his wife Jill, whom he met four years ago at a Catalina Classic awards dinner, are expecting their first child in two months.

Thomas was favored this year, but not heavily. The Redondo Beach“Shoulder Doc,” as he is known by the many lifeguards whose rotator cuffs he has repaired, defeated last year’s Catalina Classic winnerAdam Buckleytwo months ago in the Hennessey U.S. Paddleboarding Championships in Redondo Beach. But last month he had finished a relatively distant 12th in the Molokai Paddleboard Race, 34 minutes behind 10-timeMolokaiwinner and former Catalina Classic winner Jamie Mitchell. More significantly he had finished 13 minutes behind Australian Mick Porra, and six minutes behind Hawaiian Brian Rocheleau, both of whom would be competing in this year’s Classic.

“I knew Rocheleau and Porra would be competition, but Catalina is a different race thanMolokai,” Thomas said with his characteristically understated manner.

Like the Classic, which starts at the Catalina Isthmus and ends at the Manhattan Beach pier, Molokaiis a 32 mile open ocean race. Hawaiians describe the Molokaias “wrestling alligators.” Simply staying on the narrow 12- to 19-feet boards is a challenge because of the large, following swells. But those same swells propel the paddlers, a benefit Classic paddlers don’t enjoy.

The wind blew 25 knots out of the northwest across the Catalina Channel for the three days prior to last Sunday’s Classic, leaving behind a west swell for the paddlers who would be paddling just two degrees off of north to the Manhattan Beach pier. Molokaimay be a more technical race, but it’s less a test of will power and endurance. Jamie Mitchell’s only paddleboard race defeat in nearly a decade was in the 2006 Catalina Classic, won by Los Angeles County lifeguard Kyle Daniels. Like Daniels in 2006, Thomas went out hard Sunday morning when the starting horn blew at 6 a.m. By the time he reached the waiting escort boats at Ship Rock, two miles out, he had separated himself from the pack of 80 other paddlers.

From there, Thomas never looked back, literally.

“I didn’t look back once,” he said following the race. “My support crew wouldn’t tell me where Rocheleau and Porra were until we reached the R10 buoy.”

The R10 buoy is one mile off the Palos Verdes Peninsula and eight miles from the finish line. Paddlers are required to pass east of the buoy before heading to the Manhattan pier.

Thomas reached the R10 in 3:54:19, for an average of nearly 6 miles per hour, despite the broad beam swell and the even more punishing head wind that measured up to 10 knots mid channel.

Rocheleau was almost six minutes, or nearly a mile behind Thomas when he reached the R10 and Porra another two minute behind Rocheleau. The closest other paddlers where 10 minutes back of the Hawaiian and the Australian.

 

Catalina Classic 2011 Paddleboard Race results

2011 Catalina Classic Paddleboard Race Results

Sunday, August 28th, 2011
View the 2011 Catalina Classic Race results

Brad Thomas Wins the 2011 Catalina Classic Paddleboard Race

paddleboard race results 2011In the absence of any previous Catalina Classic winners competing in this year’s race, local favorites are expected to meet their toughest competition from Hawaiian and Australian paddlers.

The 32-mile race starts at 6 a.m. Sunday at the Isthmus on Catalina Island and is expected to finish about 11 a.m. at the Manhattan pier.

The local favorites in the unlimited division are orthopedic surgeon Brad Thomas and Los Angeles County Lifeguard Anthon Vella.

Thomas won the eight mile Hennessey U.S. Paddleboarding Championship in July, defeating last year’s Catalina Classic winner Adam Buckley. Vella won the Father’s Day Rock to Rock, a 22 mile race from the Isthmus to San Pedro. But the two will be challenged by Hawaiian paddler Brian Rocheleau, who placed second in last year’s Catalina Classic and 8th in last month’s 32-mile Molokai Channel Paddleboard race, and Australian Mick Porra, who at age 50, placed sixth last month in the 32-mile Molokai race.

In the stock division (12-foot boards, under 20 pounds), Sunday’s two favorites will each be recovering from victories in last month’s Molokai race.

Jack Bark, of Palos Verdes, teamed with 2008 and 2009 Molokai stock winner Mickey Cote to win the 2011 stock relay division. Eric Abbot, of Hawaii, won this year’s solo stock division in a Molokai record time of 5:26. Both paddlers race for Bark Paddleboards, owned by Jack’s father Joe Bark, a perennial top finisher who has competed in every Classic since 1983.

Jay Sheckman, of San Diego, is expected to put pressure on the two stock favorites. Sheckman finished third in Classic’s stock division last year.


The tradition-bound race has just the unlimited and stock divisions. There are no relay, age or sex divisions. But for the first time this year, an honorary relay team will compete to raise money for the Wounded Warriors Battalion. Wounded veterans from the Afghan War will team up with Catalina Classic veterans, including Ron Robuck, Gene Boyer, Kyle Daniels and Chris Brown.

Also, for the first time since 1960, the Catalina Classic is being held on the same day as the Manhattan Beach Open Volleyball tournament. The tournament was established by the Manhattan Beach Chamber of Commerce that year to entertain paddleboard fans waiting for the paddlers to reach the finish line at the Manhattan Beach pier. But the race was canceled the following year, due to rough weather and not resurrected until 1982.

2010 Catalina Classic Race

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Paddle for Humanity Washington D.C. – RESULTS

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

Race Results | 2011 Molokai Paddleboard and SUP World Championships Race Results

Saturday, July 30th, 2011
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Race Results | 2011 Molokai2Oahu – Molokai Paddleboard World Championships

Divisions:

Paddleboard – Unlimited Men

1st place: Jamie Mitchell 4:40:31

2nd place: Brad Gaul 4:47:45:90 (faster than Jamie Mitchell’s time from last year!)

Paddleboard – Unlimited Women

1st Place: Jordan Mercer 5:22:31

Paddleboard – Stock Women

Joanna  Bilancieri 6:39:02

 

SUP Unlimited Women

1st place: Andrea Moller 5:26:51

SUP – Unlimited Men

1st Place: Connor Baxter  4:26:10
2nd Place: Scott Gamble

 Paddleboard – Stock

1st place: Eric Abbott 5:26:59

Full results can be found here

Compare them with last years results 

 

WPA National Race – Recap by Connor Baxter

Friday, June 24th, 2011

WPA National Race – by Connor Baxter:

The 2011 Wet feet WPA National Race was a super fun event. I flew over to Oahu from Maui on Friday and the event was on Saturday. The WPA – World Paddle Association – has a series of qualifying events for the Hennessey’s World Event in San Diego in September. An event I definitely want to compete in.

The morning of the race there was no wind, so I was pretty bummed. But the race started at 12:00pm, so there was some time for the wind to pick up. And, sure enough around 11:45am the wind started to blow about 10-12 mph. And once we were all on the start line there was good wind.

The race was on the North Shore from Sunset Beach to Haleiwa, which is about 7miles. There were 105 competitors – 90 were Stand Up Paddlers and there were 15 Prone Paddlers. Once the race started Scott Gamble and I took off and were in the lead. There were good bumps until we got to Waimea – where the wind turned off and the little wind we had was slightly offshore.

When there was still about 5 miles left, Scott pulled a huge gap on me, because I was a little too far outside – and hence he took the lead. So all I was thinking was “anything can happen”. I waited until I saw a good opportunity and I paddled like crazy and made up some ground on him – but I didn’t catch up. Then I did the same thing again – and finally caught up to him and I started to pull away from him.

As I got closer to the finish, the third place guy, Kaeo Abbey caught up to Scott and was right behind me and was starting to catch up. As we rounded the point, Kaeo caught a wave and was right next to me so for the last little bit it was a full sprint to the beach. So I put my head down and gripped my paddle tight and ended up winning – and am now qualified for the World Event. Super stoked.

The top six places are:
1 – CONNOR BAXTER 1:03:08
2 – KAEO ABBEY 1:03:17
3 – SCOTT GAMBLE 1:04:12
4 – JOEY NAPOLEAN 1:06:40
5 – ROBERT STEHLIK 1:07:54
6 – KAINOA BEAUPRE 1:08:37

I want to thank my sponsors for all their support – Starboard, Nike 6.0, Maui Jim Sunglasses, Dakine, EFX Technology, GoPro Cameras, On It Pro, Waterman’s Sunscreen, Sunrite Maui, SIC and Hi-Tech Sports.

Also a big Mahalo to all the event organizers and volunteers. It was a good fun event!!

2011 Loop Race Results

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

the Loop race 2011Dear Loopers,
Thanks for coming down for the race! The weather today (Monday) is horrible and I feel like we dodged a bullet with the conditions yesterday.

I really like seeing everyone at the race. I hope everyone that gave The Loop a shot thisyear were able to enjoy the spirit of the event despite my inability to accommodate theSUP divisions. Trust me SUPr’s, ask the 14’ paddleboard division how long it took forus to get THAT divisions some recognition!
Finish times matter, as do what place you got… no doubt. But, the real stoke for doingsomething like a paddleboard race comes from reflecting on doing something difficult. Itwould be easier to shine it. You can buy cars that park themselves, and wash a week’sworth of dirty dishes with the push of a button. So, when you pull something off like along paddle, you are able to tap into and satisfy an internal hard wire within all of us that provides true satisfaction so often missed these days.

I’d like to especially thank Jake, at Ocean Minded, for all that he does for the race. Hemakes us legit with what he provides… all for the same size logo on the shirt as the othersponsors (who were killer too… don’t start reading into this too much!).

So, thanks again, Jake.
Until next year!
Dan Mann

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Battle of the Paddle 2011 Hawaii Distance Race Results

Monday, May 16th, 2011

Results, Images and Videos  for BOP 2011 Hawaii Elite Elite Course Race

California’s Danny Ching returned to the winner’s podium today at the Rainbow Sandals Gerry Lopez Battle of the Paddle. Ching finished the 9-mile Hawaii-Kai to Duke Kahanamoku Beach downwind race in a stand-up paddle record time of one hour, 20 minutes and 27 seconds – almost five minutes faster than his winning time last year. The win earned him $1,100. Second place was Georges Cronsteadt (Tahiti, 1:21:50); and third was Maui teenager Connor Baxter (1:21:58). Australian Travis Grant, winner of the grueling elite course yesterday, finished sixth overall (1:24:28) but was the first home in the shorter 14-foot rudderless class.The women’s distance race was won by Big Island’s Jenny Kalmbach (1:37:53). A total of 168 paddlers completed the course that was presented by Quiksilver Waterman Collection.

Ching was paddling an ‘unlimited’ 17-foot race board with rudder steering system. Cronsteadt was riding a 16-foot board without a rudder – technically harder to ride in the moderate tradewind and swell conditions. It didn’t help that he became entangled in a fishing net at the start of the race and was passed by the rest of the field. But Cronsteadt is famous for his ability to read the ocean and find every possible surfable bump and fought back to within 300 yards of Ching by the finish.

“I went unlimited so I definitely had faster equipment with the longer board and the steering system,” said Ching. “The steering system is huge. (Travis) went fixed fin and still was right there so unfortunately he wasn’t on unlimited today.

“The race wasn’t too technical for the most part. The beginning was flat and then it started to pick up a little bit. The only thing you could do at the beginning was sit in the waves so I was able to rest a lot in the beginning and fortunately at the end it picked up and the board worked great and I got away from everybody.”

Travis Grant was very happy with his performance despite his choice of equipment: “For the first part of the race I was right there with Danny. At that point I began to wonder what might have happened if I’d paddled an unlimited board! But it’s all good I was stoked to finish in the time I did – that’s a great time for a 14-footer.”

For Cronsteadt, the race was challenging from start to finish: “It was a hard race. I had no rudder on my board and just tried to catch a lot of waves and I came second. I’m happy. (With no rudder) you have to use your legs, all your body, your mind and you have to focus about every wave so I think it is different. No excuse, just go, go, go, push, push. Just after the start line my fin caught some rope and I stopped for one minute and everybody (went by) so I tried to relax and catch a lot of waves and I came second place, so I’m happy.”

Jenny Kalmbach rounded out a greet weekend of racing with her win today and second place yesterday, totaling $2,050 in prize money. Known for her epic long-distance paddles between Hawaiian islands, a nine-miler would normally be a walk in the park, except for the fact that it came one day after the rigors of yesterday’s elite battle.

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At one point Kalmbach said it crossed her mind she might not finish: “It was a tough race…I thought it might get to that point. It was just hard out there, especially after yesterday. Yesterday we all battled and that was a tough race. Today there were three of us side by side and it’s frustrating when you’re that close because you just have to keep pushing, you can’t get comfortable. Luckily, coming around the point, I managed to catch some bumps and separate myself (from the others).”

Candice Appleby, winner of yesterday’s women’s elite race, finished fifth today in a time of 1:41:49.

There was another great turnout from the Napoleon family in the distance race, with three generations represented. The legendary Nappy, 70, finished 121st overall. Thirteen year-old Riggs placed 31st, and his father Aaron came in 11th overall.

The Battle of the Paddle picks up next at Dana Point, California, September 24 & 25. Please visit www.BattleOfThePaddle.com for more information.

Mahalo to the Hawaii Tourism Authority; Outrigger Hotels & Resorts; Surftech; Kona Brewing Co.; Maui Jim; Duke’s Restaurant; Patagonia; and Na Kama Kai for making the Rainbow Sandals Gerry Lopez Battle of the Paddle presented by Quiksiler Waterman Collection possible.

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MEN:

1st – Danny Ching, CA – 1:20:27

2nd – Georges Cronsteadt, Tahiti – 1:21:50

3rd – Connor Baxter, Maui – 1:21:58

4th – Bart De Zwart – 1:23:57

5th – Scott Gamble, HI – 1:24:09

 

WOMEN:

1st – Jenny Kalmbach, Kailua-Kona – 1:37:53

2nd – Rachel Bruntsch, CA – 1:38:10

3rd – Laura Birse, Honolulu – 1:40:08

4th – Heather Baus, Puerto Rico – 1:40:19

5th – Candice Appleby, HI – 1:41:49

 

Cronsteadt

Battle of the Paddle 2011 Hawaii Race Results

Friday, May 13th, 2011
 

Gerry Lopez Battle of The Paddle Hawaii 2011

View the 2011 Battle of the Paddle Hawaii Distance Race Results, Videos and Images here

Australian Travis Grant turned the tables on good friend and long-time paddling partner Danny Ching (USA) today in the Elite race of the $25,000 Rainbow Sandals Gerry Lopez Battle of the Paddle, presented by Quiksilver Waterman Collection, held at Duke Kahanamoku Beach. The women’s division was claimed by Honolulu’s Candice Appleby – her third elite Battle victory in as many years. He earned $5,000 for the win and momentum he hopes he can carry through to tomorrow’s 9-mile downwind distance race along Oahu’s south shore.

Battle of the Paddle 2011 Hawaii Results

Today’s elite course earned the unofficial title of being the most brutal in the four-year history of the Battle of the Paddle. It traversed through flat water, took paddlers in and out of the surf around a maze of buoys, with beach runs thrown in between laps. It provided more than an hour of opportunity for luck or misfortune to play their hand, however Grant and Ching somehow stayed neck-and-neck, exchanging the lead and trading waves to the finish. Their leading battle was spurred on by a pair of hungry 16-year-olds over the entire four-mile distance: Maui pair Connor Baxter and Slater Trout were embroiled in a battle of their own just two minutes off the pace. All four broke away from the start and never relinquished the distance between themselves and the remainder of the field of 93 elite starters.

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Elite Race Results (unofficial)

Men

1st Travis Grant 121.05 New Record! DC or C4

2nd Place Danny Ching 121.56 404

3rd Connor Baxter  123.29 Starboard

4th Slater Trout 124.07 Infinity

Women

1st Candice Applebee Surftech 1:34:54.

2nd Jenny Kalmbach NAISH 1:35:55

3rd Rachel Bruntsh 1:36:38

Elite Distance Race

MEN:

1st – Danny Ching, CA – 1:20:27

2nd – Georges Cronsteadt, Tahiti – 1:21:50

3rd – Connor Baxter, Maui – 1:21:58

4th – Bart De Zwart – 1:23:57

5th – Scott Gamble, HI – 1:24:09

 

WOMEN:

1st – Jenny Kalmbach, Kailua-Kona – 1:37:53

2nd – Rachel Bruntsch, CA – 1:38:10

3rd – Laura Birse, Honolulu – 1:40:08

4th – Heather Baus, Puerto Rico – 1:40:19

5th – Candice Appleby, HI – 1:41:49

OPEN RACE WINNERS:

MEN: Kawika Carvalho (HAW) 45:10

WOMEN: Halie Harrison (HAW) 52:35

 


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