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May 08, 2017

6th Annual Paddle Imua Race Results

More than 220 athletes participated in the 6th Annual BLUESMITHS Paddle Imua event, held over the weekend to support Maui’s kieki with special needs.
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April 29, 2017

OluKai SUP Race Postponed Due to Weather Related Safety Conditions

Today's OluKai SUP race is postponed due to weather related safety conditions. The OluKai Fun Paddle is canceled. All other Ho'olaule'a festival activities...
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April 12, 2017

9th Annual OluKai Ho’olaule’a Competition, April 29-30

The two-day long festival includes an elite stand up paddle and outrigger canoe race and family-friendly cultural activities including Hawaiian canoe sailing and a Lu’au.
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March 27, 2017

6th Annual Bluesmiths Paddle Imua, May 6

Imua Family Services and Title Sponsor BLUESMITHS Crafted Waterwear host the 6th Annual BLUESMITHS Paddle Imua on Saturday, May 6, 2017.
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March 05, 2017

APP World Tour Sprint Racing Live From Hoʻokipa

The pros are arriving on Maui for the AAP World Tour, taking place March 11-12, 2017 at Hoʻokipa.
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February 22, 2017

Three Maui Watermen in Quarterfinals at Sunset Beach Pro

Hawai‘i has seven watermen remaining in the Final 16 at the Sunset Beach Pro
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May 18, 2016

SUP Rescue: Visitor Caught in Gusty Winds off Molokaʻi

A 44-year-old woman from Colorado was standup paddle boarding when she was caught in gusty winds at Kepuhi on the west end of Molokaʻi.
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December 28, 2015

California Visitor Rescued While Paddle Boarding in Nāpili

A 16-year-old girl visiting from California, was rescued while paddle boarding in waters off of Nāpili on Saturday morning, fire officials said
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December 18, 2015

Visitor Rescued During Downwind Run on Paddle Board

The 30-year-old female from Oakland, CA, was making a downwind run from Maliko Bay with a male paddler from Makawao but fell behind. She called for help after losing sight of her partner and was having trouble finding their destination at Kaʻa Point.
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November 13, 2015

Paddle Boarders Rescued, Caught in Trade Winds at Pōhaku Park

Firefighters and ocean safety personnel were called to assist a group of paddle boarders who reportedly became caught in a windline in waters offshore of Pōhau Park in West Maui at the spot often referred to as “S-Turns.”
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November 09, 2015

Paddle Boarder Assisted to Shore Sunday

A 42-year-old Wailuku man was assisted to shore on Sunday, after he lost his paddle and was unable to make it back to shore on his own.
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August 12, 2015

Connecticut Visitors Aboard SUP Boards Assisted to Shore at Kahana

Ocean safety officers on rescue watercraft made contact with the paddle boarders, a male and female couple visiting from Connecticut, and brought them to shore.
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July 31, 2015

Best Places to Rent SUP Boards on Maui

Whether you choose the North Shore, Central Maui, South Maui or West Maui as your zone for stand up paddle boarding, you can always find a smooth surface and gently rolling waves for SUP practice.
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May 04, 2015

Maui’s Baxter & Moller Take Top Titles in 7th Annual OluKai

Maui’s Connor Baxter and Andrea Moller retained Stand Up Paddle titles in the 7th annual OluKai held over the weekend along Maui’s North Shore. More than 350 paddlers representing 12 countries registered for the elite stand up paddle competition with Baxter and Moller taking home the gender equal prize purse of $15,000 in the Maliko Downwind Run.
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May 02, 2015

Conditions are Perfect for 7th Annual OluKai Hoʻolauleʻa

The conditions are tipped to be near perfect for the eight-mile Stand Up Paddle (SUP) race on Saturday, May 1, at noon, with 12 to 18 knot winds and open water swells rolling down the coast during this second day of the 7th annual three-day OluKai Hoʻolauleʻa.
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