RESULTS: Connor Baxter Wins 5th Straight ‘OluKai’ Crown, Sonni Hönscheid Claims Women’s Title

 
OluKai

Sonni Honscheid on her way to victory at the 8th Annual OluKai Ho’olaule’a (photo: 808photo.me)

Connor Baxter has won his 5th straight OluKai title, defeating an all-star cast of the world’s best downwind paddlers in near-perfect conditions on Maui this afternoon.

After going into the race as red hot favourite – Connor has won every edition of this event stretching back to 2012 – the world number one relished the excellent downwind bumps on the famous “Maliko run” to finish in a time of 47 minutes, 41 seconds, while Mo Freitas put in a commanding performance to claim the runner-up spot.

The result cements Connor’s status as one of the true greats of the sport, and, considering the slightly longer course this year (competitors started inside the “bay” of Maliko Gulch, rather than out in the ocean), his time is probably on pace with the course record he set in last year’s flawless conditions.

But while we all expected it to be a battle between Connor and three-time runner-up Travis Grant of Australia, clearly nobody ran the script by Mo Freitas. In a truly awesome performance, Mo crossed the line just one and a half minutes behind Connor to claim the runner-up position, half a minute ahead of the highly under-rated Aussie Matt Nottage, while Travis had to settle for fourth.

While Connor is the champion once again, Mo’s performance cannot be understated. With Connor virtually (or rather: literally) unbeatable on this stretch of water, the Olukai race has basically become a race for second. We didn’t even list Mo in our pre-race top 10 predictions (in our defense, we didn’t even know Mo was racing — though if we did, we probably wouldn’t have tipped him to finish much higher than 7th or 8th), which added even more of an exclamation mark to his result.

With victories at the whitewater Payette River Games, the surf race-style Pacific Paddle Games (the most competitive race of the year), and now a huge result at one of the world’s biggest downwind races, Mo has proved once and for all he’s a world class paddler in all conditions.

OluKai Paddle Race

View from the start of today’s OluKai race on Maui — it was a staggered start between the divisions (photo credit: Marko Notar)

Matt Nottage’s performance was almost equally as impressive, with the humble youngster showing the world what everybody in Australia already knows — that he’s an absolute gun. Nottage defeated Travis Grant and the rest of Australia’s best to claim his “King of Australian Downwind” crown during the West Oz Downwind Week back in December, and now he’s proven once again that he can ride bumps like a master on both a 14 footer and the unlimited boards that are used here in Hawaii (Nottage had strong results during Hawaii’s Downwind Month last year and will be a top contender for Molokai 2 Oahu at the end of July).

Travis will be disappointed to finish fourth – he’s gotten closer to Connor than anyone over the past couple of years – however he’ll surely be delighted that his young compatriot scored such a good result. Trav showed he’s a true master in the bumps, however he made a slight mistake by going too wide at the outside reef, whereas several competitors struck a faster, inside line to shore.

Sunday update: Travis Grant rebounds from his 4th place in the SUP race to win the OluKai outrigger race. The Aussie had finished runner-up in both the outrigger and SUP race three times, but now he finally has a well deserved OluKai victory.

Coming home fifth was another highly under-rated talent from down under, James Casey. “Jimmy” is a name to watch just like his mate Nottage, and will carry a lot of confidence from this result into the traditional Downwind Month in July, when he’ll return to Hawaii along with a host of Australia’s top talents.

The living legend himself, Dave Kalama, turned back the clock and showed everyone that he’s still got it, coming home sixth to give an equal balance of three Maui boys and three Aussies on the traditional six man podium. Kalama celebrated his 50th birthday last year; Connor celebrated his 21st.

Congratulations to these six legends for an awesome performance at the @olukai race today, in particular @conbax who won his 5th straight title to prove he's pretty much unbeatable on Maui. Absolutely massive effort from @momosurfs in second, @mattnott1 in third showing the world what everyone in Australia already knows – that he's an absolute gun, the always classy @travenormous finishing just seconds behind in fourth, the highly under-rated @james__casey going top five against an all star field, and @davekalama showing us he's still got it by rounding out the top six podium. Amazing race. And what's more, they're all champion blokes both on and off the water… #olukairace (thanks 📷@blairbarg for being on the scene and snapping the shots for us!)

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And while Kai Lenny tried to steal the limelight by posting his crazy new hydrofoil toy on Instagram just minutes after he crossed the line (which, in Kai’s defense, looks like a hell of a lotta fun), he could only manage seventh in the race itself. However Kai was paddling on a 14′ stock class board (vs the unlimiteds of the other guys), so it’s hard to truly gauge his form ahead of the big Molokai 2 Oahu showdown in July, where he’ll step back up to a bigger board and go head to head with many of the other top finishers from today’s race. That showdown in in two months is shaping up to be a true epic.

Young gun Bernd Roediger rebounded from a disappointing Carolina Cup result to finish eighth on a 14 footer, while unknown Tahitian Manatea Bopp du Pont was 9th and Travis Baptiste, the perennial hero of the 14′ stock class, came home top 10th (it’s not yet clear exactly which guys were on unlimiteds and which were on 14 footers).

Just outside the top 10 was another Tahitian, the ultra dark horse Rete Ebb, with local boys Kody Kerbox (most likely stock), Jeremy Riggs, Livio Menelau and Josh Riccio (stock) rounding out the top 15.

But the day clearly belonged to Connor Baxter, who has proven once again that he is the true king of downwind paddling on Maui. Connor has a big advantage over many of his rivals – the Maliko run is virtually in his backyard – however his sheer dominance of this race over the past half a decade (and his similarly impressive dominance in the Maui 2 Molokai race, where he’s going for a record 7th straight title in two month’s time) is truly something to behold.

In the elite women’s race, Sonni Hönscheid claimed her maiden victory, ending seven-time champion Andrea Moller’s strangehold on this event. Andrea was unable to defend her crown after a big wave surfing injury kept her off the water, which opened the door for two-time runner-up Sonni to claim the crown.

Sonni’s victory gives her the rare OluKai-Molokai double, and she can turn that into a treble if she claims the Maui 2 Molokai race in July. The German is now surely one of the most accomplished all round paddlers in the sport, having won everywhere from the flat waters of Europe to the rolling open oceans of Hawaii. She’s also one hell of a surfer, just for good measure.

Sonni didn’t have it all her own way today though, with wildcard Kathy Shipman pushing the German all the way to the line. Shipman is a Maui local and former swimming champion that rarely races outside the islands, but, as anyone who’s attempted a Maliko run alongside her will tell you, she knows this stretch of water like the back of her hand.

Update: Here’s a mini interview with Sonni courtesy of the Bluesmiths crew:

Aussie Terrene Black, a former Molokai winner, claimed third and looks set for another big international season. Another Maui downwind dark horse in a similar vein to Shipman, Devin Blish, was close behind in fourth, while Oahu’s Amy Woodward – a recent convert from OC-1 and a definite name to watch in the future – came home fifth just seconds behind Devin.

Another former Molokai Queen, Talia Decoite, rounded out the women’s top six podium. Just outside the top six was Fiona Wylde, who was the first of the 14 footers over the line, followed by Mariko Strickland Lum, Slovenian young gun Manca Notar (stock) and Jenn Lee in 10th.

Once again the OluKai Ho’olaule’a was a huge success, with over 300 paddlers turning out for the 8th annual edition of this classic race.

The race has only just wrapped up, so check back tomorrow for plenty of great race photos and video. In the meantime, here are the full results including points for the SUP Racer World Rankings.

Competitors paddling out of the small bay inside Maliko Gulch for the start of today’s 8 mile downwind run (photo: OluKai)

2016 OluKai Ho’olaule’a — Women’s SUP Race Results

Course: 8 miles (12.8kms)
Conditions: Pretty damn good
Race Index: 40%

#
Name
Time
Points
Division
1Sonni Hönscheid0:57:1340.00Elite Open
2Kathy Shipman0:57:4930.00Elite Open
3Terrene Black1:00:0224.00Elite Open
4Devin Blish1:00:3020.00Elite Open
5Amy Woodward1:00:3917.00Elite Open
6Talia Decoite1:01:3914.00Elite Open
7Fiona Wylde1:02:1412.00Elite Open
8Mariko Strickland Lum1:05:0710.00Elite Open
9Manca Notar1:06:059.00Elite Open
10Jennifer Lee1:07:328.00Elite Open
11Annie Reickert1:08:077.2014' 17 & Under
12Jade Howson1:10:366.40REC 17 & Under
13Sharon Baldwin1:10:396.00REC 40 - 49
14Alyssa Joy1:12:015.6014' 40 - 49
15Tomoe Yasu1:12:205.20REC 40 - 49
16Mariya Gold1:13:034.8014' 30 - 39
17Carlo Prado1:13:124.40REC 50 - 59
18Jen Fuller1:14:214.0014' 50 - 59
19Suzir Conney1:14:513.60REC 40 - 49
20Shanna Upton1:15:383.2014' 40 - 49
21Natalie Fon1:16:503.0014' 50 - 59
22Joanne Hamilton-Vale1:16:532.8014' 40 - 49
23Stacey Huston1:18:132.60REC 18 - 29
24Sarah Taylor-Balanga1:18:402.4014' 30 - 39
25Kristy Wright Schell1:18:572.2014' 30 - 39
26Lara Claydon1:19:442.08Elite Open
27Jenn Biestman1:19:471.96REC 30 - 39
28Laola Aea1:19:511.8414' 60 & Over
29Kathleen Hagan1:20:111.7214' 40 - 49
30Jill Riggs1:20:191.6014' 40 - 49
31Georgina Bond1:20:381.52Elite Open
32Tracie Hager1:21:241.4414' 40 - 49
33Elizabeth Campos1:21:501.36REC 40 - 49
34Margaret W(peggy) King1:21:541.28REC 60 & Over
35Lynnette Hazard1:22:211.20REC 40 - 49
36Carol Michelson1:22:551.1214' 50 - 59
37Teresa Rogerson1:23:121.0414' 40 - 49
38Angela Correa-Pei1:23:310.96REC 40 - 49
39Hillary Runner1:23:550.8814' 40 - 49
40Marjorie Kahookele-Pea1:24:410.80Elite Open
41Marie Sandbak1:25:080.76REC 18 - 29
42Cathy Gillis1:30:560.72REC 50 - 59
43Jolieanne Marxen1:32:300.6814' 30 - 39
44Emily Fielding1:32:590.6414' 50 - 59
45Jamie Cahill1:33:260.60REC 50 - 59
46Rosie Houghton1:33:310.56REC 50 - 59
47Judie Vivian1:33:320.52REC 60 & Over
48Shawneen Schweitzer1:33:330.4814' 50 - 59
49Emma Gomez1:34:120.4414' 17 & Under
50Kahea Waiwaiole1:34:170.4014' 30 - 39
51Audrey Lee1:34:370.00REC 50 - 59
52Alysha Sparkunous1:35:480.0014' 40 - 49
53Erika Lane1:35:530.0014' 30 - 39
54Inmi Yoon1:37:490.0014' 18 - 29
55Julie Wood1:37:550.00REC 60 & Over
56La'akea Washburn1:38:250.0014' 18 - 29
57Janet Hewitt1:39:280.0014' 50 - 59

2016 OluKai Ho’olaule’a — Men’s SUP Race Results

Course: 8 miles (12.8kms)
Conditions: Pretty damn good
Race Index: 40%

#
Name
Time
Points
Division
1Connor Baxter0:47:4140.00Elite Open
2Mo Freitas0:49:1430.00Elite Open
3Matt Nottage0:49:4224.00Elite Open
4Travis Grant0:49:5320.00Elite Open
5James Casey0:50:0917.00Elite Open
6David Kalama0:50:1714.00Elite Open
7Kai Lenny0:51:2412.00Elite Open
8Bernd Roediger0:51:2510.00Elite Open
9Manatea Bopp Du Pont0:51:389.00Elite Open
10Travis Baptiste0:51:468.00Elite Open
11Rete Ebb0:51:477.20Elite Open
12Kody Kerbox0:52:336.40Elite Open
13Jeremy Riggs0:52:416.00Elite Open
14Livio Menelau0:52:555.60Elite Open
15Joshua Riccio0:53:445.20Elite Open
16Ryan Murphy0:54:344.80Elite Open
17Scott Trudon0:54:384.40REC Men 50 - 59
18Bullet Obra0:54:394.0014' Men 18 - 29
19Zane Schweitzer0:54:583.60Elite Open
20Ethan Koopmans0:55:063.20Elite Open
21Riggs Napoleon0:55:113.00Elite Open
22Peter Dorries0:56:112.80REC Men 40 - 49
23Kawika Kinimaka0:57:072.60Elite Open
24Jimmy Fitt0:57:172.40REC Men 30 - 39
25Ralf Sifford0:57:352.20REC Men 50 - 59
26Oliver Houghton0:57:372.0814' Men 17 & Under
27Kaeo Abbey0:57:571.96Elite Open
28Masao Fukayama0:58:171.84REC Men 40 - 49
29Art Aquino0:58:261.72REC Men 50 - 59
30James Donovan0:58:301.6014' Men 18 - 29
31Ryan Funk0:58:331.5214' Men 17 & Under
32Shep Nelson0:58:521.44REC Men 30 - 39
33Gregg Leion0:59:491.36REC Men 50 - 59
34Peter Jones0:59:541.28Elite Open
35Noah Ho'omaikelani1:00:061.2014' Men 30 - 39
36Chris Pagdilao1:00:311.12REC Men 30 - 39
37Rj Whener1:00:321.0414' Men 17 & Under
38Kevin Johnson1:00:450.96REC Men 50 - 59
39Daniel Russell1:00:510.88REC Men 18 - 29
40Bart De Zwart1:00:580.8014' Men 40 - 49
41Chris Levins1:01:300.76Elite Open
42Haakon Hoyer-Nielsen1:01:320.72REC Men 17 & Under
43Mark Moquin1:01:390.68Elite Open
44Justin Ormonde1:01:490.64REC Men 40 - 49
45Robert Stehlik1:01:560.6014' Men 40 - 49
46Jason Oliphant1:02:000.56REC Men 40 - 49
47Randy Royse1:02:070.52REC Men 50 - 59
48Tyler Jaggers1:02:080.48Elite Open
49Vetea Ribet1:02:220.44REC Men 30 - 39
50Martin Giroud1:02:270.4014' Men 40 - 49
51Will Taylor1:02:420.00REC Men 18 - 29
52Yves Bouwens1:02:540.00REC Men 40 - 49
53John Walsh1:02:580.0014' Men 40 - 49
54William Rich1:03:090.00REC Men 30 - 39
55Gavin Ferguson1:03:150.00REC Men 50 - 59
56John Bendon1:03:180.0014' Men 30 - 39
57Buzzy Kerboy1:03:230.0014' Men 50 - 59
58Jeff Chang1:03:360.0014' Men 50 - 59
59Jeff Okuna1:03:400.00REC Men 30 - 39
60Peter John1:04:190.00REC Men 40 - 49
61Paul Cribb1:04:230.00REC Men 40 - 49
62Philip Koster1:04:240.00REC Men 18 - 29
63Warwick Gray1:04:490.0014' Men 60 & Over
64Alain Teurquetil1:04:540.00REC Men 50 - 59
65Eddie Ogata1:04:560.0014' Men 50 - 59
66Troy Huston1:04:560.0014' Men 30 - 39
67Sean Bicknell1:04:570.0014' Men 40 - 49
68Kainoa Kaohelaulii1:05:000.0014' Men 30 - 39
69Miguel Martinez1:05:060.0014' Men 40 - 49
70Jeremy Whitted1:05:120.00Elite Open
71Kanekawaiola Pai1:05:160.0014' Men 30 - 39
72Jeffrey Spencer1:05:180.00Elite Open
73Jeffrey Oltman1:05:260.00REC Men 30 - 39
74Ricardo Chiari1:05:330.00Elite Open
75Eugene Ancheta1:05:330.0014' Men 50 - 59
76Tom Pace1:05:420.00REC Men 50 - 59
77Kaleo Padilla1:05:460.0014' Men 30 - 39
78Lee Monroe1:05:460.0014' Men 30 - 39
79Finn Spencer1:05:550.00Elite Open
80Erbett Diaz1:05:560.0014' Men 30 - 39
81Gavin Houghton1:05:580.00REC Men 30 - 39
82Jack Dyson1:06:090.00REC Men 60 & Over
83Glenn Tremble1:06:110.00REC Men 50 - 59
84Karl Rohlfing1:06:130.00REC Men 50 - 59
85Jamie Mihlbauer1:06:190.0014' Men 40 - 49
86Kieran O' Riordan1:06:300.00REC Men 30 - 39
87Brad Feldman1:06:350.00REC Men 50 - 59
88Dion McAsey1:06:360.0014' Men 40 - 49
89Josef Erlemann1:06:430.00Elite Open
90Gilles Laborde1:06:450.0014' Men 40 - 49
91Shane Murrell1:06:510.0014' Men 50 - 59
92Ron St. John1:06:570.0014' Men 50 - 59
93Zoltan Bazso1:07:000.00Elite Open
94Timothy Yates1:07:020.0014' Men 50 - 59
95Scott Shoemaker1:07:080.00REC Men 40 - 49
96Peter Shepherd1:07:080.00REC Men 50 - 59
97Peter Kosinski1:07:100.0014' Men 18 - 29
98Nick Marvin1:07:300.0014' Men 50 - 59
99Meron Akman1:07:310.0014' Men 30 - 39
100Christian Barber1:07:340.0014' Men 40 - 49
101Alex Mawae1:07:380.00REC Men 17 & Under
102Austin Kulamu1:07:390.0014' Men 18 - 29
103Steven Dunlop1:07:420.00REC Men 40 - 49
104Bryan Altham1:07:460.00REC Men 40 - 49
105David Bond1:07:500.00REC Men 40 - 49
106Andrew Mencinsky1:08:060.0014' Men 40 - 49
107Bevan Gooch1:08:360.00Elite Open
108John Townsend1:08:380.00REC Men 50 - 59
109Paul Shepherd1:08:410.00REC Men 50 - 59
110Abraham Shouse1:09:010.00Elite Open
111Pierre Coetzee1:09:030.0014' Men 50 - 59
112Doug Feeney1:09:060.00REC Men 40 - 49
113Steve Funk1:09:140.0014' Men 40 - 49
114Bojan Bernard1:09:240.0014' Men 50 - 59
115David Oakley1:09:280.0014' Men 60 & Over
116Matt Carreras1:09:380.00REC Men 40 - 49
117Peter Brereton1:09:480.00REC Men 40 - 49
118Robert Picayo1:09:560.0014' Men 40 - 49
119Mike Jucker1:09:560.0014' Men 40 - 49
120Paul Matthews1:10:120.00REC Men 50 - 59
121Patrick Fenwick1:10:220.00REC Men 40 - 49
122Clyde Weddell1:10:240.0014' Men 50 - 59
123Clyde Kunst1:10:370.00REC Men 50 - 59
124John Zevenbergen1:10:370.00REC Men 50 - 59
125Gregory Harbottle1:10:400.00REC Men 50 - 59
126Matthew Smith1:10:580.0014' Men 30 - 39
127Sharn Mentz1:11:060.00REC Men 40 - 49
128Grant McFadyen1:11:080.0014' Men 40 - 49
129Manny Ruiz1:11:210.0014' Men 30 - 39
130William Boyum1:11:220.00REC Men 60 & Over
131Les Shaw1:11:330.0014' Men 50 - 59
132Rune Hoyer-Nielsen1:11:350.0014' Men 40 - 49
133Adbel Colon1:11:440.0014' Men 30 - 39
134Sven Wesley1:11:480.0014' Men 40 - 49
135Russell Benshaw1:11:560.0014' Men 40 - 49
136Tonis Tutti1:12:060.00REC Men 40 - 49
137Andrew Baker1:12:070.0014' Men 30 - 39
138Dauy Posalu1:12:240.00REC Men 60 & Over
139Robert Howson1:12:320.0014' Men 50 - 59
140Kaleo Bulk1:12:340.0014' Men 30 - 39
141Griff Dempsey1:12:450.0014' Men 40 - 49
142Derek Sproul1:12:520.0014' Men 18 - 29
143Patrick McCarthy1:12:550.00REC Men 50 - 59
144Jesse Yonover1:12:560.0014' Men 18 - 29
145Nick Salanoa1:13:040.0014' Men 30 - 39
146Tomas Aguirre1:13:050.00REC Men 17 & Under
147Bram Denhaan1:13:180.0014' Men 50 - 59
148Adam Schell1:13:220.0014' Men 30 - 39
149Matt Till1:13:290.00REC Men 40 - 49
150Geoff James1:13:300.0014' Men 50 - 59
151Joseph Dratz1:13:320.0014' Men 30 - 39
152Searay Beltran1:13:340.0014' Men 50 - 59
153Brian Fishbook1:13:520.0014' Men 40 - 49
154Ryder Tremble1:13:560.0014' Men 17 & Under
155Stephen Pugh1:13:590.00Elite Open
156Thomas Gallagher1:14:020.00REC Men 50 - 59
157Slater Fleck1:14:180.0014' Men 17 & Under
158Kyle Ellison1:14:360.0014' Men 30 - 39
159Dan Regan1:14:440.00REC Men 40 - 49
160Greg McMillan1:14:480.00REC Men 60 & Over
161Guy Haywood1:15:110.00REC Men 30 - 39
162Carlos Siqueira1:15:140.00REC Men 30 - 39
163Fred Andersen1:15:260.0014' Men 60 & Over
164Robert Stoner1:15:370.00REC Men 50 - 59
165Michael Stone1:15:370.00REC Men 50 - 59
166Donnie McGean1:15:390.0014' Men 60 & Over
167Jeff Hudson1:15:440.00REC Men 40 - 49
168Peter Martin1:16:090.00REC Men 60 & Over
169Justin Lemire1:16:150.0014' Men 30 - 39
170Sam Pae1:16:220.0014' Men 40 - 49
171Antonio Mason1:16:250.0014' Men 17 & Under
172Kyler Kerbox1:16:320.0014' Men 17 & Under
173Mike Kini1:16:320.0014' Men 60 & Over
174Lucas Teixeira1:16:510.0014' Men 18 - 29
175Simon Osner1:17:110.00REC Men 50 - 59
176Jb Guard1:17:150.0014' Men 40 - 49
177Gabriel Luly1:17:180.00REC Men 30 - 39
178Jamie Rosenfeld1:17:190.0014' Men 30 - 39
179Grant Heinz1:17:470.0014' Men 50 - 59
180Dave Weiss1:17:480.00REC Men 50 - 59
181Kevin Solt1:17:500.00REC Men 40 - 49
182Scott Bintlff1:18:060.0014' Men 40 - 49
183Bill Babcock1:18:260.00REC Men 60 & Over
184Douglas Hagan1:18:290.0014' Men 50 - 59
185David Balding1:18:360.0014' Men 40 - 49
186Gavin Kerr Hunter1:18:480.00REC Men 50 - 59
187Brandon Larue1:19:210.0014' Men 30 - 39
188Robin Blumberg1:19:260.0014' Men 40 - 49
189Brian Richard1:19:480.0014' Men 40 - 49
190Patrick Russell1:19:510.00REC Men 50 - 59
191Kalaeloa Robins1:20:070.0014' Men 30 - 39
192Scott Smith1:20:250.0014' Men 40 - 49
193Jack Starr1:20:320.0014' Men 50 - 59
194Zion Thompson1:20:340.0014' Men 30 - 39
195Bryceen Silva1:20:340.00REC Men 18 - 29
196Wayne Robson1:20:400.0014' Men 50 - 59
197Julio Kimmel1:20:550.0014' Men 17 & Under
198Alec Fierman1:21:150.00REC Men 30 - 39
199David Salangsang1:21:210.0014' Men 50 - 59
200Kai Jenkins1:21:240.00REC Men 17 & Under
201Jackson Green1:21:250.0014' Men 17 & Under
202Kyle Kurakake1:21:400.0014' Men 30 - 39
203William Worthington1:21:420.0014' Men 50 - 59
204Kala'e Correa1:22:030.0014' Men 17 & Under
205Michael Leone1:22:030.0014' Men 40 - 49
206John Correa1:22:260.00REC Men 40 - 49
207Stephen Ross1:22:290.00REC Men 50 - 59
208Steve Meyer1:22:520.0014' Men 40 - 49
209Michael Lowcher1:23:010.0014' Men 60 & Over
210Killa Nikaido1:23:110.0014' Men 50 - 59
211James Kimmel1:23:490.00REC Men 50 - 59
212Kevin Hager1:24:040.0014' Men 50 - 59
213Xander Robertson1:24:270.0014' Men 18 - 29
214Kailer Jones1:24:520.0014' Men 18 - 29
215Bryon Stevens1:25:140.0014' Men 50 - 59
216Robin Vivian1:26:140.00REC Men 60 & Over
217Vicente Cacal1:26:240.0014' Men 30 - 39
218Chad Beitler1:26:260.0014' Men 30 - 39
219Kainoa Correa1:26:290.0014' Men 18 - 29
220Eric Edwards1:26:330.00REC Men 30 - 39
221Conrad K. Pasco1:26:410.0014' Men 40 - 49
222Darren Flail1:27:030.0014' Men 40 - 49
223Wes Anderson1:28:130.0014' Men 30 - 39
224Patrick Meyer1:28:180.00REC Men 18 - 29
225Kaipo Hanakeawe1:28:180.00REC Men 30 - 39
226Daniel Kalahiki1:29:150.0014' Men 40 - 49
227Zane Murasko1:29:190.00REC Men 17 & Under
228Matt Murasko1:29:200.00REC Men 50 - 59
229Craig Harris1:29:260.0014' Men 30 - 39
230David Daunhauer1:29:310.0014' Men 40 - 49
231Shawn Tierney1:29:480.0014' Men 40 - 49
232Kale Bertelmann1:30:580.00REC Men 40 - 49
233Monty Schmitt1:31:130.0014' Men 40 - 49
234Sidney Sparkunous1:32:040.0014' Men 50 - 59
235Adam Buechler1:33:120.00REC Men 18 - 29
236Greg Dronkert1:33:500.0014' Men 50 - 59