2005 World Master Games

World Masters Games has been a good experience and an international event. All that I was hoping for. The marathon races had attendees from Canada, USA, Denmark, Poland, Sweden, Russia, […]

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La Ruta Maya – 3 The Race

Colleen McCarthy – Jericho Race is over, we learned a ton, had a blast and don’t even hurt that much. Cytomax and handfuls of Ibuprofen may have had something to […]

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La Ruta Maya – 2

Colleen McCarthy- Jericho Hi everyone, thanks for all your good wishes for the race. We’re just on our way to catch the water taxi off Caye Calker, heading back to […]

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La Ruta Maya – Hi from Caye Caulker!

Colleen McCarthy – Jericho It’s day 6 in Belize, our 1 full day in Caye Caulker. Day 1 was all about travel. After our 4 airport red-eye flight, we landed […]

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Pouli ka mahina

Dave – Penticton Wednesday night, October 27th, PRCC held it’s 3rd annual ‘Full Moon Paddle’ on Skaha Lake. This is a special event that we look forward to every year, […]

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5 – Better late than never

Ok, I realise that probably the most important posting would have been the one immediately after the race, and that it is pretty late, but here’s an abbreviated rundown of […]

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4 – Molo chronicles

Briac – FCRCC Likely a final posting, since we are off to Molokai in the morning, I’ll try to recap the last couple days, and guess at what’s in store […]

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3 – New Updates From Molokai

Briac – FRCC Every practice ends with a similar scene: instead of heading down through the cannal towards the shed, each boat picks its own line through the reef trying […]

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2 – Briac’s Molokai Chronicles

BRIAC – FRCC Hmmm…just got back from a ridiculous paddle, and question whether my arm and hand controls are indeed receiving signals from my brain. More about this later. First, […]

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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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