Archive 2019 June

  1. Rotohoe ki Rotomā: Panui online

    Panui and race map is online for the second event in the Rotohoe series. Online entries are open - these entries close next Wednesday 3 July.
    Hot off the press
  2. Hoe Matariki: Results

    Another great event at Parua Bay. See results attached
  3. Heretaunga Matariki Race: Results

    Race results are now online for the Heretaunga Matariki Race held in the weekend
  4. Mauao Ocean Hoe Series – Race 2

    Results are now online!
  5. Waka Ama Sprint Nationals 2020 and beyond

    After the immense success of the 2019 Waka Ama Sprint Nationals held at Lake Karāpiro, Waka Ama New Zealand identified that due to a regular increase in numbers and the projected future increases - we needed to make some changes. As a result of this analysis, Waka Ama New Zealand has decided to increase the Sprint Nationals Event from the current 6 days format to 7 days of racing for all future Sprint Nationals events.
  6. Join the Journey as a Tuia 250 Voyage Trainee - APPLICATIONS EXTENDED

    Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage is offering 450 free berths to lucky New Zealanders on board vessels as part of the Tuia 250 Flotilla! This is an extraordinary opportunity to experience open sea sailing on a waka hourua, va’a tipaerua (double-hulled canoes), heritage or youth ship for voyage legs ranging in length from overnight to two weeks.
  7. Matariki Harbour Challenge 2019: RESULTS

  8. Pakuranga OCC Hard n Fast Winter Blast - Race 2 Results

    Now online. Entries are open for Race 3 in the series - 22 June!
    Jun 12, 2019
  9. Manukau Midget/Intermediate Ramp Series Race 4

    Entries are now open for the fourth event in the Manukau Midget/Intermediate Series
    Jun 11, 2019
  10. Rotohoe ki Tarawera: Results

    Please see attached results for the Rotohoe Race 1
    Jun 11, 2019
  11. New Zealand V1 World Distance Paddler Profiles - Laurie (Skin) Atkins

    Kia ora e te whānau, it's been awhile since our last profile but we would like to introduce Laurie (Skin) Atkins. Skin will be representing Aotearoa in the V1 Master 60 Mens division and racing in the Aotearoa Master 60 Mens crew with his Taniwah team mates. As a frequent competitor at our National and Regional events - Skin is a well known name around the rohe! Hailing from the winterless North, Skin is an avid V1 paddler and we are looking forward to supporting him on the world stage in a few months time!
    Jun 11, 2019
  12. Hoe Tonga Paddler Series 2019 - Race 2

    Online entries are open for Race 2 in the Hoe Tonga Paddla Series hosted by PCKC
    Jun 6, 2019
  13. Ice Breaker Challenge 2019: Results

    Jun 4, 2019
  14. Members prize winners for May

    Congratulations - our winners are:
    Jun 4, 2019