1 – Most of us Molokai Virgins

Briac FRCC So the False Creek women paddled to glory last week (I still don’t believe that their achievements have sunk in with everyone yet..under 10 minutes behind the record […]

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“WE DID AS WELL AS WE COULD”

That was the lead on the story of the race today in the local paper. That I suppose represents the sentiment of the 114 womens and 110 mens crews that […]

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UPDATE FROM KONA

Jon A – Calgary I just had to let you know about how exciting the night before is…all over the beach at the lagoon in front of the King Kamehameha […]

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KONA SEPT.2 – EVERYONE IS ALMOST HERE

It is usually the case that most racers from out of state begin arriving around the first of September for this largest OC-6 race in the world. Canadians from BC- […]

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My buddy…

Jon Amundson – Calgary A few years ago racing the Birkiebeiner x-c ski race in Edmonton, I found myself just behind JOHN ROBERTS. We skied this way for several kilometers […]

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Kickin’ ass on the wild side of the Gorge

Ross Creasy Saturday just before noon…“Aloha, and welcome to the 5th annual Wild side relay” said Race director JD Davies as he quietly met us on the grass at Bob’s […]

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Kapuna Ohana Bill Alley

Jon Amundson – Calgary Ivan told me about Bill’s death at the Duel in the Desert…but I didn’t put it together until i saw the posting. You see i didn’t […]

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2004 Hilo, Hawaii

2004 – 11th Annual World Sprints in Hilo, Hawaii * 7th overall * Bronze in Golden Master’s V1 500m – John Roberts, Calgary. * First year for disabled V12. * […]

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Moloka’i 2003 – Paddle Hard, Have Fun

Shane – FCRCC “Go fast and have fun”…this was the reply on Saturday afternoon when someone asked what our goal was for the Molokai Hoe the next day. At first […]

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Na Wahine O Ke Kai /Women of the Sea

Denise O – Jericho Na Wahine O Ke Kai – Moloka’i to Oahu-The 25th Crossing What a beautiful and amazing legacy, and a truly life changing experience! It was my […]

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Still in shock – Na Wahine O Ke Kai

Sabrina Schwanebeck Jericho A huge Mahalo to everyone who sent us a good luck wish and thought of us on our race day. To the ladies who paddled for us […]

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Catalina – the big picture

Reg Kao FCRCC Rather than explaining my phenomenal experience at the US Championships Catalina Crossing, over and over again, here is a quick synopsis of My experience this weekend. If […]

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