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Kayak Krazy Results - Mana

Author -  Karen Simpson

The second race of the 10km series was held on Porirua Harbour on Sunday with a small but feisty group of competitors who snuck in just before the bad weather hit.

Kayak Krazy Results - Mana

The second race of the 10km series was held on Porirua Harbour on Sunday with a small but feisty group of competitors who snuck in just before the bad weather hit.

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The second race of the 10km series was held on Porirua Harbour on Sunday with a small but feisty group of competitors who snuck in just before the bad weather hit.  

The race consisted of 1.5km loops so Tyros completed 3km, juniors completed 6km and U18+ completed 10.5km.  

The clear leader throughout the longer distance was James Flannery who lapped many of the younger paddlers and finished 2 minutes ahead of his brother Matt who took 2nd place in the Masters division. 

Thanks to all who helped with the race and the food afterwards.  Another fun event. 

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