Thursday, September 23, 2010

King & Queen of the Lake - Last Race of the Series is this Sunday... and it looks like the weather is cooperating!

The final race in the King & Queen of the Lake race series (sponsored by Stand Up Paddle Bend and Kialoa) takes place this Sunday, September 26th at Elk Lake. The weather forecast is for 81 degrees and sunny! Woohoo!

Royal status will be bestowed upon top finishers in each eligible class – with three classes already clinched - congratulations to Randall Barna (Men’s SUP 14’), Frank Ring (Men’s SUP Sport) and Jaye Arney (Women’s SUP Sport). Titles in other classes are still up for grabs.

The King & Queen of the Lake race series is a fun, family race series on beautiful Elk Lake. There's a sport class for those new to paddling as well as a race class for those who want more challenge. The series celebrates a variety of Hawaiian paddle sports including OC-1 outriggers, prone paddle boards and, of course, stand up paddle boards. A windsurfing race takes place later in the afternoon.

9:30-10:00a.m Registration at Elk Lake Resort*
10:15a.m. Paddle Race Skippers Meeting
10:30a.m. Paddle Race Mass Start
1:30p.m. Windsurfing skippers meeting, at Sunset View Beach
2:00p.m. Windsurfing Start
*Registration is mandatory as is compliance with all laws regulating watercraft.

For further information, email Race Director Randall Barna at

You may also be interested to know that Elk Lake Resort is hosting a Luau on Saturday, September 25th from 5:30p.m. to 8:00p.m. The wonderful Bill Keale will be performing live!

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