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Paddling

Ngakau Toa Vaka (NTV) junior paddlers’ open day was held last Saturday. Children between 8 and 15 years old were invited down to Nikao beach for an introduction to one of the Cook Islands most recognised sports, oe vaka.

NTV to hold junior day

Saturday April 06, 2019

The Ngakau Toa Vaka (NTV) Canoeing Club will be holding its junior open day today at Nikao beach (across from First Windows).

The Te Tupu O Te Manava Outrigger Canoeing Club open day over the weekend attracted a good turnout.

Young kayaker Otea Tommy, who is currently training in New Zealand, talks to CI News reporter Teherenui Koteka about his preparation for the New Zealand Canoe and Kayak sprint nationals, his inspirations and his future goals.

Motu2Motu, the annual paddling race around Aitutaki's stunning lagoon, continues to grow in 2018.

Kayakers celebrate a successful year

Wednesday December 12, 2018

The local based Cook Island kayakers have made their mark this year competing in three of New Zealand’s calendar regattas, NZ Nationals (Feb 23-25) in Karapiro and Blue Lakes 1 (Oct 13-14) and Blue Lakes 2 (Dec 1-2) staged on Rotorua’s stunning Lake Tikitapu.

Ngakau Toa Vaka wins mixed open race

Wednesday November 28, 2018

Eleven crews lined up to contest the Bob Worthington Memorial Round Rarotonga mixed teams race on day three of the Vaka Eiva 2018 yesterday.

There was more perfect weather for the Vaka Eiva sprint day at Vaiana’s on the beach at Nikao.

Cook Islander Makayla Timoti, who is at the top of her oe vaka game in New Zealand, joined  Te Tupu’s women’s crew this week to compete in a paddling festival she’s been dreaming about since her father entered years ago.

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