The Cook Islands Canoeing and Kayak team recorded a mixed result in the inaugural Asia Pacific Sprint Cup in Adelaide, Australia, over the weekend.
Despite an original announcement stating otherwise, Tereora College and Nukutere College have now been named joint winners of the 2018 Vaka Iti paddling regatta.
After being postponed in the final week of term one due to bad weather, the 2018 Vaka Iti competition was held yesterday at Vaiana’s in Nikao.
Ngakau Toa Vaka (NTV) kicked off their 2018 campaign with a winning start in the season opening Cook Islands Canoeing Association fortnightly competition this week.
Last month the National Canoe and Kayak Programme held an open day, hoping to recruit under-13s as a feeder programme to the national programme already in full swing.
Legendary paddler Serena Hunter and her husband Conrad departed Rarotonga yesterday for Hawaii, as they prepare to compete in the famous PAA Kaiwi Channel Relay event this Saturday.
Students from Tereora, Nukutere, Titikaveka, Te Uki Ou and Imanuela Akatemia are participating in the Vaka Iti Regatta to be held at Nikao lagoon next Monday, and more than 300 students began theoretical and practical vaka lessons in February.