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Duke's Oceanfest Day Two Perfection in Waikiki. Here's some results.

Waikïkï’s Premier Ocean Sports Festival 

11th Annual Duke’s OceanFest Continued with Jamba Juice Rabbit Kekai Keike Surfing and Outrigger Hotels and Resorts Waikiki Sand Soccer Championship.

Rabbit Kekai watched over all his keiki today at the Duke's Oceanfest. Surf was perfect, 1 foot to a solid two feet for the keiki who's ages ranged from 4 to 13 years of age. " I have been trying to bring the kids up and through the years a lot of them are champions already", said Legend Uncle Rabbit Kekai. " The most important thing I say to them is to behave, to honor one another and never fight or your out. Then I teach them maneuvers".  Rabbit Kekai talks about Duke Kahanamoku with love and respect. " Duke was the grandfather of all of us, he was my mentor and I learned the ABC's....

   

Yikes; the next 4 days are tiny. The Billabong Pro Tahiti, Lay Day Aug 21 - View heat analyzer to kill time and see what you missed.

Surf News, 19 August, 2012 : TEAHUPO'O, Taiarapu/Tahiti - A lay day has been called at Teahupo'o this morning for the Billabong Pro, Tahiti due to inconsistent swell. The opening two rounds of competition have been completed in great conditions the previous two days, with some excellent barrel rides on offer and organizers are hopeful of resuming tomorrow.

"It's fairly small out here today and the inconsistency is the real issue,” Rich Porta, ASP International Head Judge, said. “The models are predicting a slight increase over the coming days and we’ll monitor conditions and make another call tomorrow morning.”

Event organizers will reconvene tomorrow morning at 6:30am to assess conditions for a possible 7am start.

   

Dukes Oceanfest with Garage Band Music by Betty Depolito

A fun weekend kicking off the 11th Annual Dukes Oceanfest! Here's some vid complements of Banzai Betty.

Also a special shout out to our Big sponsors Kona Brewing Company, Hawaiian Airlines & Outrigger Hotels and Resorts along with OHANA!

We look forward to seeing you there and all week long.

   

lets check out Joli's Blog: From Teahupo'o, at the 'End of the Road'

Sea Spray at Teahupo'o © Joliphotos.com

Hi From Teahupoo, tahiti, at the 'End of the Road' | Slideshow

Surf News, 19 August, 2012 :  I'm once again I'm on the ground in Teahupo'o covering the Billabong Pro Tahiti which kicked off on Thursday. I've covered this event every year since it was the Black Pearl won by a young Andy Irons back in the late 90's and it's always a pleasure coming back to the little village of Teahupo'o at the End of the Road.

   

Drop in for Duke's OceanFest 2012. Here's the Event Calendar

Hit the beach and water all the way through next Sunday in the 11th Annual Dukes Oceanfest. For Saturday, August 18:

The Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Foundation is responible for the continuing success of the OceanFest events. ODKF is a progressive, proactive organization whose board members are dedicated to serving Hawaii’s water sports community. The mission of the foundation is to support the development of individuals and organizations which perpetuate the spirit and legacy of Duke Kahanamoku.
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Event is OFF for the weekend. Clean Conditions Ramped Up Performance Levels at Billabong Pro Tahiti Day 2

Fred Patacchia Jnr (HAW) posts a near perfect 9-point ride. © ASP/ Kirstin

Hawaiian Fredrick Patacchia (HAW), a former finalist at Teahupo'o, has set up a Round 3 clash with another former Teahupo'o finalist, Aussie Mick Fanning (AUS), after Patacchia today defeated Bede Durbidge (AUS) 15.50 points to 9.67 points.

Freddy was looking solid, combining some nice tube rides with some searing rail carves, to completely dominate the heat over Durbidge, and along with rookie John John Florence (Haw), is flying the flag proudly for the Hawaiians.

Conditions may not be death-defying, but they are still spectacular for surfers competing in the 5th event of the 2012 ASP World Championship Tour, The Billabong Pro, underway at Teahupo'o in Tahiti.

   

Day 2 is on for the Billabong Pro Tahiti in 3-5' SSW waves

John John Florence of Hawaii winning his round one heat at the Billabong Pro Tahiti

Billabong Pro Tahiti Round 2 kicks off with Round 3 on Standby

 Surf News, 17 August, 2012 : The Billabong Pro Tahiti has been called back on this morning with Round 2 of competition recommencing at 7:15am in clean three-to-four foot waves at Teahupo’o. Event No. 5 of 10 on the 2012 ASP World Championship Tour, the Billabong Pro Tahiti completed Round 1 and the opening two heats of Round 2 yesterday in shifty barrels at the world’s most infamous lefthander, and improved conditions today will see the world’s best back in the water for another full day of competition.

   

2 of the 4 Hawai'i Waterman Hall of Fame 2012 Inductees


C4 Waterman Co-Founders Brian Keaulana and Archie Kalepa to be Inducted into Duke Kahanamoku Hawaii Waterman's Hall of Fame

HONOLULU, Hawaii (August 17, 2012) –– C4 Waterman co-founders, Brian Keaulana and Archie Kalepa join the list of world-renowned watermen and women when they are honored by the Duke Kahanamoku Hawaii Waterman’s Hall of Fame on Thursday, August 23rd at the Waikiki Outrigger Canoe Club. 
 
The Waterman’s Hall of Fame acknowledges recipient’s legacies and all that they have represented to Hawai‘i’s ocean sports community. Other recipients this year include famed big-wave surfer and oceanographer Ricky Grigg and Michael Tongg, an instrumental leader in the growth of canoe paddling statewide.

   

Lets join Bethany Hamilton, Tom Curren, Rob Machado, CJ Hobgood as we the Surf Community “Paddle for Daisy” on Sept. 1

Join the Surf Community in the “Paddle for Daisy” on Sept. 1 in Support of

Al Merrick’s Eight-Year Old Granddaughter as She Battles Cancer for the Third Time.

   

It's been a bad summer of surf. We wanna rub it in... Watch this...

Someday the World Tour must get back to Bali. The Rip Curl Cup Padang Padang in its ninth year is Indonesia’s longest-running surfing competition and the only ISC tour event featuring top international surfers alongside Indonesia’s best.The field of 32 surfers is split equally between 16 of Indonesia’s all-time greatest and 16 of the world’s best barrel riders. This invitational format, along with the allure of the wave at Padang and a $10,000 prize purse, makes the Rip Curl Cup the most anticipated event of the Indonesian surf season.

   

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