Kayak Krazy Results - Mana

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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. 

RESULTS


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.

Mana 1.jpg

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. 

RESULTS


Kayak Krazy Results - Mana
 

 

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