Tuesday, September 02, 2014 596-SURF , 596-WAVE , 922-BONG , 638-RUSH , 572-SURF(MAUI) , 241-SURF (KAUAI) , 324-RUSH (BIG ISLAND)
   
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Honolua Bloomfield wins the Duke's Wahine Longboard

The Wahine Longboard division finished up today. Surf picked up slightly for the early morning heat. It is always a battle for patience in the inconsistant Waikiki surf but in the end it was the youngest competitor that came our victorious. Honolua Bloomfield from the North Shore of Oahu took the title. " I wanted to catch the first wave and I did", said the 14 year old. " Then the other girl (Sophia)  got a set wave so I had to get one and I got a couple inside while everyone was outside." In second was Sophia Bartlow from California who has been coming and going from Hawaii her entire life. Bartlow is a student at the University of Hawaii. In third it was Megan Godinez, Kaneohe and 4th went to Crystal Dzigas, Honolulu.
The Hawaiian Airlines Legends division kicked off today with plenty of spirit. The early lead belonged to team Kimo's Restaurant headed up by Laura Blears. Later Team Rainbow Drive-In was leading. Legand Dino Miranda was at the helm.

 

China Uemura an outstanding 
Kane O Ke Kai.


 

China Uemura was one of  five watermen and women honored at the Outrigger Canoe Club last night. The Hawaii Waterman Hall of Fame 2013 inductees were Uemura, Steve Borowski, Tommy Conner, Linda kaiser and Bill Smith.

 

 

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