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4th of July at Waimea Bay


July 08, 2016

Every year, Da Hui holds an annual paddle race from Turtle Bay & Sunset Beach, culminating at Waimea Bay on the North Shore of Oahu. Over 600 watermen from across the world entered the competition with courses ranging from OC1 world class competitors to the SUPZILLA.

Hawaiian Springs was fortunate enough to be one of the sponsors making sure that all the competitors were well hydrated after their paddle. Check out some of the photographs from the beautiful day at the bay:

Da Hui Paddle Race

Da Hui Paddle Race

Da Hui Paddle Race

Da Hui Paddle Race

Da Hui Paddle Race

Da Hui Paddle Race

Da Hui Paddle Race

Da Hui Paddle Race

Da Hui Paddle Race

Da Hui Paddle Race

Da Hui Paddle Race Hawaiian Springs

Da Hui Paddle Race Hawaiian Springs

Da Hui Paddle Race Hawaiian Springs

Da Hui Paddle Race Hawaiian Springs

Da Hui Paddle Race Hawaiian Springs

Da Hui Paddle Race Hawaiian Springs

Da Hui Paddle Race Hawaiian Springs



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