Tag: Horouta Waka Ama. Showing results 1 - 10 of 10

Showing results 1 - 10 of 10

Search results

  1. Video for Recognised nationally and internationally, but not locally
    News

    Recognised nationally and internationally, but not locally

    Despite being named as the top waka ama club at both the national and world waka ama competitions, Horouta Waka Hoe missed out on being named as a finalist for club of year at the Gisborne Sports Awards.

  2. Video for Chasing gold in the distance
    News

    Chasing gold in the distance

    With the 2019 World Distance waka ama championships on the horizon, the two J19 W6 crews from Horouta Waka Hoe in Gisborne who will represent Aotearoa are gaining momentum on the water, preparing for a race up to 27km in length.

  3. Video for Whānau support drives Wainohu to succeed
    News

    Whānau support drives Wainohu to succeed

    Champion Waka Ama paddler Gaibreill Wainohu has been named as a finalist in the 2019 Matariki Awards for the Te Whetū Maiangi Award for Young Achievers category.

  4. Video for Training with intent
    News

    Training with intent

    Gaibreill Wainohu from Horouta Waka Hoe Waka Ama Club in Gisborne has been nominated for the emerging talent award at the upcoming Halberg Awards.

  5. Video for World-class waka ama coach recognised
    News

    World-class waka ama coach recognised

    Kiwi Campbell from Horouta Waka Hoe waka ama club in Gisborne has been nominated for the coach of the year award at the upcoming Halberg Awards.

  6. Video for Water Sports dominate Māori Sports Awards
    News

    Water Sports dominate Māori Sports Awards

    Canoe racer Lisa Carrington (Te Aitanga a Mahaki, Ngāti Porou) wins 5th Rongomaraeroa award, capping off a successful night on and in the water.

  7. Video for Gaibreill Wainohu making waves in waka ama
    News

    Gaibreill Wainohu making waves in waka ama

    Gaibreill Wainohu from Horouta Waka Hoe in Tūranga Nui-a-Kiwa has been nominated as a finalist in the Māori Junior Sportswoman of the Year category at The Māori Sports Awards.

  8. Video for Kiwi Campbell - champion waka ama paddler and coach
    News

    Kiwi Campbell- champion waka ama paddler and coach

    Kiwi Campbell from Horouta Waka Hoe in Tūranganui has been named as a finalist in two categories at the 2018 Māori Sports Awards.

  9. Video for Teneti a star on the rise in three sports
    News

    Teneti a star on the rise in three sports

    Kelsey Teneti is a world champion in waka ama, and an up-and-coming rugby player.  Her passion, however, is hockey. 

  10. Video for Horouta Waka Hoe paddle through adversity to victory
    News

    Horouta Waka Hoe paddle through adversity to victory

    Members of the world waka ama champion club Horouta have found solace in the love of their sport.  The East Coast-based club were crowned champions after picking up the most points at the recent Worlds in Tahiti.

  11. Show more results