Paddling

Maevatini paddlers rock Aitutaki

Thursday June 04, 2015

Youth paddlers rocked Aitutaki over Queen’s Birthday weekend for the hugely successful Maevatini Alan Maki Memorial races.

Serena set for Molokai solo

Friday May 29, 2015

Blistered hands are the norm for elite female paddler Serena Hunter.

Challenging sea conditions on Saturday brought out the best in local paddlers.

Te Aito a testing ground

Tuesday May 26, 2015

Challenging water conditions for Saturday’s Te Aito Cook Islands races were the perfect testing ground for local paddlers in training for the Pacific Games next month.

Paddle Power

Monday May 25, 2015

Mixed weather greeted rising and experienced paddlers in Saturday’s Te Aito Cook Islands which drew the paddling community together at Avarua harbour.

Local paddlers preparing for the Pacific Games in July will have their skills tested at this weekend’s Te Aito Cook Islands race starting at 2pm from Avarua harbour. 

Disco grooves to raise funds

Friday May 22, 2015

Te Tupu O Te Manava oe vaka club junior paddlers are heading to Aitutaki to challenge their peers in the island’s Queen’s Birthday paddling festival.

The Cook Islands Canoeing Association is calling for the return of a custom-made barbecue table which went missing on Friday night.

Top guns contest Te Aito race

Tuesday May 12, 2015

Two top oe vaka paddlers from Tahiti are on their way to Rarotonga to contest the Te Aito Cook Islands race scheduled for May 23.

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