This weekend the 2nd race of the KIRA series and Maui Jim Waterman series will be held. Who will come out on top? Who is in the running for the Waterman's title? What will change in the standings after this race? Only time will tell.KIALOA TO KAIMANA
KIRA #2. Hawaii Kai to KaimanaThis week is the SUP portion of the Maui Jim Waterman series. Travis Grant won't be there so the door is open. Tuarongo Cowan is leading, as he won the V-1, but will he do SUP and vie for the Waterman's title? And try to win the Kialoa Competition for the week (SUP overall)?
SUNDAY January 14, 2018.
9:30 a.m. start for SUP and Prone. 10:00 start for “long” course and 10:05 start for “short”
Maui Jim Waterman’s Series #2 (for SUP 14’ & under)
Kialoa Competition: SUP overall. Male and Female
Pre-registration: $32.00 ($12.00 for Juniors 18 and under) online at www.flpregister.com until FRIDAY midnight Jan. 12.
Late registration on race day: $40.00
Race day check in at Hawaii Kai: 7:00AM–9:00AM
Divisions: OC-6, OC-3, OC-2, OC-1, Surfski, SUP, Prone paddleboard, V-1
Long course: 8.5 miles, Hawaii Kai to Kaimana.
Short Course: Same.
Race anything you want, but if you have a SUP, this is the day to do it standing up!
$660.00 Purse for SUP 14’ and under without rudder
SUP 14’ hotspot–Blinker buoy: $75.00 men – $75.00 women 1st place overall: $125.00 men – $125.00 women 2nd place overall: $80.00 men – $80.00 women 3rd place overall: $50.00 men – $50.00 women
At the end of the race enjoy hot lunch and prizes from our sponsors across the street in Kapiolani Park:
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