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  1. Video for Endangered Tahitian flower connected to Māori
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    Endangered Tahitian flower connected to Māori

    The tiare apetahi is a rare flower that can only be grown in the Tahitian island of Ra'īatea. Now endangered, the plant is heavily protected, and its legend has a spiritual connection to Māori.

  2. Video for NZ waka ama teams end 18th Va'a sprints on high
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    NZ waka ama teams end 18th Va'a sprints on high

    Some of the fastest V6 races to be seen at the 18th IVF Va’a World Sprint Championships were held today in the final day of the competition held in Tahiti, where New Zealand won many gold medals.

  3. Video for NZ teams end Va'a World Sprint Champs on a high
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    NZ teams end Va'a World Sprint Champs on a high

    New Zealand teams have come away with three golds and two silvers for women, and two bronze for men in the 500m races at the Va'a World Sprint Champs in Tahiti today

  4. Video for NZ V6 teams dominate in 1000m races.
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    NZ V6 teams dominate in 1000m races.

    The finals for the long distance races were held today at the 18th IVF Va’a World Sprint Championships where New Zealand featured 20 teams in 12 of the 14 final races.

  5. Video for Huge success for NZ women at Va'a World Sprint Champs
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    Huge success for NZ women at Va'a World Sprint Champs

    There were tears of joy shed with NZ women paddlers humbled with the results of their final races.

  6. Video for #WakaWorlds - The Green and Gold Māori
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    #WakaWorlds- The Green and Gold Māori

    When eyes first meet the paddlers from Redcliffe, there’s no mistaking their Māori origins.  Naturally, the assumption is they, like the rest of the 500-odd strong contingent from Aotearoa, are in Tahiti paddling for their country.  But it’s the green and gold tops they flaunt that confuses the onlooker.

  7. Video for Tahitian carver crafts double-hulled canoe from stone
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    Tahitian carver crafts double-hulled canoe from stone

    A double-hulled canoe is being carved from stone by local Tahiti carver Tamari'i Cere, marking the 18th IVF Va'a World Sprint Championships in Tahiti.   

  8. Video for NZ waka ama teams look to make Tahiti  finals
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    NZ waka ama teams look to make Tahiti finals

    It was all about the turns in today’s races, with club teams taking the water to compete in the 1000 V6 races at the IVF Va’a World Sprint Championships in Tahiti.

  9. Video for #WakaWorlds - Home is where the heart is
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    #WakaWorlds- Home is where the heart is

    Whakatū Marae Waka Ama Club has had a hard week leading up to their first day of club competition at the IVF Va’a World Sprint Championships.

  10. Video for Golden day for NZ at Tahiti Waka Ama Worlds
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    Golden day for NZ at Tahiti Waka Ama Worlds

    It was a victorious day for NZ paddlers in Day 5 at the IVF Va’a World Sprint Championships in Tahiti today.

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