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Cook Islands’ superb performance at the New Zealand National Canoe Sprints held at Lake Karapiro more than a week ago has inspired the team to do better in the upcoming international events.
Unrelenting challenging conditions made it a hard slog around the course for the paddlers who took part in the National Singles Race on Saturday.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22
Registration - All Crews International & Local
Vaka Shed Avarua Harbour
10:00am to 5:00pm
Te Au O Tonga Turou – Traditional Welcome & Event Blessing
Vaka Village Avarua Harbour
Kia orana and welcome to Vaka Eiva 2019.
It is a great pleasure to host this annual international outrigger regatta for the 16th year running.
A team of 16 kayakers that competed in last weekend’s Blue Lakes 1 Regatta at Lake Tikitapu, Rotorua has returned from New Zealand with an array of awards to signify their accomplishments.
Cook Islands’ hard-working young paddlers have three reasons to smile: their first K4 4-person kayak, the coaching of a two-times Olympic paddler, and a bold new goal: the Paris 2024 Olympics.