On April 25, 2015 CROCC will competing in the Rusty Iron Distance Race hosted by Pacific Outrigger Canoe Club (POCC). Come on out to Frenchman’s Bar park in Vancouver, WA and cheer the crews on.
On August 23, 2014 CROCC will competing in the Pacific Northwest Outrigger Challenge hosted by Sail Sand Point OCC and Kikaha O Ke Kai OCC. This race has an optional 18 mile Iron/Beach change or 26 mile 9-man Changeout race on Lake Washington. 18 mile course is a beach/land changeout course for paddlers not comfortable doing water changes. (no escort boat needed) 26 mile 9-man course is from Sand Point Beach Park around Mercer Island and back (escort boat needed).
If you are in the Seattle area and want to come out and cheer on the crews.
On August 2, 2014 CROCC will competing in Da Grind Distance Race hosted by Seattle Outrigger Canoe Club at Alki Beach. This race will be approximately 12 miles long and run from Alki Beach, west to Blake Island, circling the island counter-clockwise, and returning to Alki Beach.
If your are in the Seattle area come on out cheer the crews!!
Mahalo to Mountain Home Outrigger Canoe Club to hosting a challenging race. What a fantastic day to be out on the water. It was fun for all who participated in the event even if we got a little wet from the rain. The day started off warm and dry but Mother Nature decided to gave us a nice shower to start the race.
Both crews did a great job and finished in the top three for the Novice Mixed crews. The crews and results are below:
- 2nd place – CROCC Novice Crew 1 ( Jeanne, An, Josh, Adam, Jeanelle, and Doug) – 1 hr 22 min 22 sec
- 3rd place – CROCC Novice Crew 2 (Taylor, Robin, Nani, Cindy, Kekai, and Justin) – 1 hr 31 min 34 sec
Congratulation to crews for placing a the Rooster Rock Distance race! Mahalo nui loa to our two paddlers from Hui Wa‘a o Waikinikona who jumped in to assist our crews!
We look forward to next year!!!
On July 19, 2014 CROCC will competing in the Gorge Distance Race hosted by Waterwalker at Stevenson Washington. This race is approximately 12 miles and one of the most challenging races of the year. Come on out as this is a great race and is fun watch.
On June 28, 2014 CROCC will competing in the Rooster Rock Distance Race hosted by Mountain Home Outrigger Canoe Club. The 10.5 mile course in the scenic mouth of the Columbia River Gorge. Come one out to Rooster Rock State Park, bring a picnic, and cheer on the paddlers.
CROCC would like to thank everyone who participated and made Race Around the Island (RATI) a huge success. It was a fantastic day filled with the sense of Ohana and belonging.
As always we would like to thank the safety boat captains and crews, the Clark County and Multnomah Sheriff River Patrols that kept a ever watching eye on the paddlers as they competed. Mahalo to the hula dancers and Auntie Deva from Ke Kukui Foundation for providing us with a wonderful opening ceremony. Also a special thanks to Tim, Roxanne, and Auntie Jeanne for officiating and keeping things in order. Additionally we would like to thank Kendal Sparks for designing the RATI t-shirt
RATI could not happen without the hard work of the members of CROCC! Great job team, you out did yourself this year! Imua, Imua, CROCC!!!
We look forward to hosting next years race as it will mark our 20 year of hosting RATI.
A hui hou
Our thanks to Hui Wa‘a o Waikinikona for such a wonderful day of sprint racing out on Green Lake. Our paddlers had a great time getting out there on the water and competing with the all the clubs. Even thought we didn’t always have full CROCC crew padding we were able to get all paddlers out there who wanted to race with other teams. Big Mahalo to Alex Rohr for jumping in and representing CROCC with the other youth teams from Kikaha o Ke Kai and Hui Heihei Wa‘a. Also we would like to congratulate Cris on her V1 race though it was a hull finish with a first place win, great way to stick the dismount (Wicked Grin)!
Mahalo to all the clubs that made this race possible by providing canoe to support all of the events.
CROCC is looking forward to hosting clubs from PNWORCA at RATI on May 31, 2014 at Chinook Landing Marine Park in Fairview Oregon. There will be 8-10 mile Long course and a 4-6 mile Short course that is open to all divisions. An opening ceremony will be provided by Ke Kukui Foundation. A free continental breakfast with coffee and water will be offered to all who attend, and selling a BBQ lunch plate for $10.00 as a fundraiser.
The lunch menu consists of the following:
–Asian Style Slaw
–Hawaiian Style Mac Salad
On May 24, 2014 CROCC will competing in the Na Po’e O ke Kai sprints hosted by Hui Wa’a O Waikinikona at Green Lake, Seattle, Washington. Our paddling crew will join other clubs in the sprint that will consist of several events including the following:
- 500 Meters (1 Turn)
- 1000 Meters (3 Turns)
- 1500 Meters (5 Turns)
If you are in Seattle, come out and cheer on the teams and have a great day by the lake.