Archive for the ‘Outrigger TV’ Category

Kaua’i Wa’a

Sunday, November 29th, 2015

Some footage from a few of our practices and the 2015 Moloka’i Hoe.

Surfski – Paradise

Sunday, November 29th, 2015

2014 PA’A Kaiwi Channel Solo World Championships

Sunday, November 29th, 2015

Filmed by Keizo Gates, Kaoru Lovett, Keola Wright, and Luke Evslin. Assembled by Makana.

Na Wahine O Ke Kai Paddle Out 2012

Sunday, November 29th, 2015

Some scenes from the paddle out through high surf at Hale O Lono harbor for to starting line of the 2012 Na Wahine O Ka Kai canoe race from Molokai to Oahu on September 22, 2012.

[Outrigger] Ocean Paddler Show 71 Kamanu Canoes

Wednesday, May 7th, 2014

Terry Galpin and Ocean Paddler TV has outdone themselves with this episode about the process of building composite canoes.  Features interviews with the boys from Kamanu Composites and tons of paddling action.

Zon3 Ocean Paddler TV rocks

[Outrigger] Malalo Pailolo Running Bump 6 man

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014

You know there is riding bumps and then there is riding bumps! This is an absolutely epic bump run from Team Mellow Johnny’s and Malolo Nui racing in the latest Pure Canoe.

Filmed by Earl Kam Pailolo Channel 2013.

Sydney Harbour Challenge

Thursday, March 13th, 2014

Australian Outrigger Canoe Association puts on this Sydney Habour Challenge  and it’s a super fun time with some hard racing.

[OC1] PA’A Race Action

Friday, March 7th, 2014

Luv Yesterday Paddle Today race in Hawaii. Really cool edit of 1 man down bump filmed from a quadcopter.

Hawaii Kai to Magic Island
Saturday February 15, 2014

Downwind SurfSki and OC1 Reunion

Wednesday, January 8th, 2014

Some fun downwind footage from the end of 2013  in Reunion Island!  Winter is a perfect time for bagging some downwind action on all paddle craft!

Outrigger – State Champs at Hanalei Bay

Thursday, August 8th, 2013

Hanalei Bay Kauai. HCRA State paddling championships. August 3rd, 2013.


Carnage at the Na Wahine O Ke Kai Paddle Out 2012

Monday, April 8th, 2013

I had only seen pictures but here are some scenes from the paddle out through high surf at Hale O Lono harbor for to starting line of the 2012 Na Wahine O Ka Kai canoe race from Molokai to Oahu on September 22, 2012.

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Olamau – Why We Paddle!

Thursday, March 7th, 2013

Ozzie Clark shot all hand held “I didn’t really have an idea on how to best shoot on the water. Looking back I have a few ideas now. Ran out of batterie on the second day of racing. I would like to attempt to make a second with a much larger production value. All of the voice over was done with my ear buds mic an used voice memos on my iphone to record. I really just had to go with what I had available to me. So please bare with me on the sounds issues. First time I have ever narrated anything and the reason I did was for people who know nothing about the sport would have some idea of what is going on in the film. I hope that i get another chance to do this again because I learned a great deal making this. Hope you enjoy!”

Kaiwi Channel at it’s best!

Thursday, February 14th, 2013

Universal Sports is definitely getting some unreal Hawaiian water sports coverage. Priceless. Way to go Alex and crew!

Kanaka Ikaika Race #3 – Heeia Pier to Kahana Bay

Sunday, February 10th, 2013

Kanaka Ikaika race #3 sponsored by Haleiwa Joe’s
Long course from Heeia Pier, in Kaneohe Bay, to Kahana Bay
Short, Kualoa Ranch to Kahana Bay
East-side of Oahu

Olamau Race Coming in June 2013

Saturday, January 5th, 2013

Olamau Race is the Ultimate Unlimited Outrigger Canoe Challenge in Hawaii. It is a 100 mile race that will take place over three consecutive days, this year it’ll take place June 12, 13 and 14, and will be held entirely on Hawaii Island (Big Island). Prizes will be awarded for each leg of the race as well as for overall race performance. There are no length, weight or design restrictions on the canoes. No sails or any other artificial means of propulsion are allowed. Canoes must have an Ama and only outrigger paddle blades are permitted; no kayak or double bladed paddles are allowed. Each team may consist of a maximum of 12 paddlers, with only 6 iron paddlers participating in each stage of the race.