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The 2014 Molokai2Oahu Paddleboard World Championships show produced by Ocean Paddler TV airs tonight at 8 p.m. Hawaii time. Check out the trailer on Ocean Paddler's Facebook page and share the news. http://goo.gl/vTojAK
Hawaii Ohana - a brand episode of Ocean Paddler premieres tonight at 8 PM on OC16 - its all about the Molokai2Oahu - Please share! #oceanpaddlertv #m2o...
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Here's a congratulatory tribute for the accomplishments of all #M2O paddlers who crossed the Ka'iwi Channel 7.27.14 http://goo.gl/dT0ClL
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Watch ESPN tonight (Monday). Molokai2Oahu Paddleboard World Championships will be featured in the Summer of Champions segment of SportsCenter. Check your local listings.
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New Record Set and New Champions Crowned at 18th Annual Molokai2Oahu Paddleboard World Championships http://ow.ly/zE1qk
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Paddleboard Unlimited Top 3 (Females)
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Jordan Mercer wins 4th straight. She now holds the most consecutive wins of any woman at M2O
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For M2O German speaking fans, check out this interview with women's SUP champ Sonni Hoenscheid. http://goo.gl/s7gHKq
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Stand-Up-Paddlerin Sonni Hönscheid gewann als erste Europäerin das "Molokai 2 Oahu" auf Hawaii und damit das extremste Rennen der Welt. Die Surferin mit Sylter Wurzeln im Sportclub.
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If you missed Molokai2Oahu on ESPN's SportsCenter, you can watch online here. M2O is at end of show: http://goo.gl/25mnsE
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Good morning #M2O paddlers. Congrats on your race. Get a copy of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser to read about yesterday. More news later today
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Results for the 2014 event can be viewed at: http://live.pseresults.com/e/60#/results
Molokai 2 Oahu Paddleboard World Championship Race 2014. Leaderboard; Watchlist; Full Results. PDB Solo SUP Solo PDB Teams SUP Teams. All Men Women. Top 10. Top 25. Top 50. PDB Solo SUP Solo PDB Teams SUP Teams. Find Participant. Find A Runner. Last Name First Name City Bib #. Search Reset ...
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Women's SUP champ Sonni Hoenscheid (left) chats with Jenny Kalmbach after her win
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Top 10 Finishers (Overall) Solo Paddleboard Unlimited
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The World Championships of endurance prone and SUP paddleboarding held annually in Hawaii.
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The 18th edition of the Molokai-2-Oahu Paddleboard World Championships (M2O), presented by Kona Longboard Island Lager, is set for Sunday, July 27, 2014. Founded in 1997, M2O has grown from a grassroots challenge for the legendary lifeguards and watermen of Oahu to the premiere event for the sport of paddleboarding, annually crowning world champions in the two disciplines of prone (traditional) and stand-up paddleboarding (SUP). Connecting the islands of Molokai and Oahu, the 32-mile race crosses the Ka’iwi Channel, also known as the Molokai Channel. Men and women from more than 20 countries will face strong currents as they navigate the fastest downwind route over one of the deepest channels in the world. Top athletes can complete the crossing in less than five hours, riding mid-channel waves that can crest more than 12 feet and carry paddlers hundreds of meters at a time. M2O starts on Kaluakoi Beach on the north shore of Molokai and finishes in Maunalua Bay on the south shore of Oahu. The annual race is a deeply personal experience, challenging every paddler’s physical and mental endurance. Every finisher experiences an individual championship.