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GALAIDE CUP SERIES WRAPS UP

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By: Jeffrey Ochavillo

Racers prepare their boats for the race. (photo by Jesse Castro)

Racers prepare their boats for the early Sunday race. (photo by Jesse Castro)

The Galaide Cup Race Series put their season to a close with their last races being held Sunday morning at the Santa Fe beach in Tamuning. Many teams participated in the event and with different divisions, not one team took the whole competition by storm.

It was a very calm Sunday morning for these paddlers who came with smiles ready to compete.

The sun being close to coming up, there was a slight breeze, and the waves were very steady. Many teams showed up early morning to compete in the 6‐mile iron and in the 12.5‐mile iron.

The outrigger canoes were lined up at the starting line and every paddler had their game face on. Once that horn went off, the paddlers were off to their turning points.

Final Results:

6 miles iron:

1. Ifit (30:55.3)
2. Animun Tasi (31:25:8)
3. Tataotao Galaide 1 (31:55:7)

12.5 Miles iron (Master Man)

1. Animun Tasi M (9:09:28)
2. Bihun Tasi

12.5 miles iron (Master Women)

1. Poksai (9:09:28)
2. Animun Tasi M (9:09:28)
3. Guahan Flyers

12.5 miles iron (Open Men)

1. Ifit (1:23:17.5)
2. Animun Tasi (1:24:37.5)
3. Shake & Bake (1:25:05.8)
4. Taitai Galaide (1:26:23.7)
5. Guatdan Tasi 1 (I36:09.5)
6. Guatdan Tasi 2 (7:05:17)

12.5 Miles iron (open women)

1. Poksai 1 (1:34:49.8)
2. Animun Tasi (1:35:15.9)
3. Ifit (1:45:34.5)
4. Taotao Galaide (1:47:43.4)
5. Poksai 2 (1:48:59.0)

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(photo by Jesse Castro)

(photo by Jesse Castro)

(photo by Jesse Castro)

(photo by Jesse Castro)

(photo by Jesse Castro)

(photo by Jesse Castro)

(photo by Jesse Castro)

(photo by Jesse Castro)

(photo by Jesse Castro)

(photo by Jesse Castro)

(photo by Jesse Castro)

(photo by Jesse Castro)

(photo by Jesse Castro)

(photo by Jesse Castro)

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