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September members prize draw

Our prizes this month are kindly donated by Paddletech Limited and Kakahu Wai Water Clothing. Check out their listings on our Equipment Suppliers page.
Friday - 211 views

NZ COVID Tracer QR Codes for Waka Ama Clubs

As we continue to progress through this new COVID life, we are advising clubs to download a QR code to be displayed at your club's facility/area to allow club members to check-in each time they are onsite.
Thursday - 247 views

Poor Knights Crossing 2020 - No longer sanctioned

Due to COVID Level 2 restrictions, this event is no longer sanctioned by Waka Ama New Zealand and has been removed from our events calendar. If you have any questions please contact Tim Eves, racedirector@poorknightscrossing.com
Tuesday - 155 views

COVID LEVEL UPDATE

Kia ora koutou, as you would have seen from the government announcement yesterday, the current alert levels in Auckland and the rest of Aotearoa will remain in place until at least 11:59pm on Monday 21st September
Tuesday - 466 views

Looking to buy second hand Mahi Mahi

Hauraki Waka Ama is looking to buy a second hand W6 Moana Nui - Mahi Mahi.
Sep 14, 2020 - 174 views

Waka Ama NZ Draft Strategic Plan 2021 -2025

Over the past few months, the Waka Ama NZ Board with the support from Sport New Zealand, Hotu Barclay-Kerr, and Rangimarie Parata-Takurua have undergone the process of reviewing where sport is at now and drafting a new Strategic Plan for Waka Ama in Aotearoa. This plan will help guide our sport from 2021 to 2025 and beyond.
Sep 11, 2020 - 633 views

Hoe Tonga W6 PADDLA Series 2020 - Race 4 Foxton

Online registrations are now open for this event. Registrations from the previously cancelled Whanganui race have been carried over to this event. Please let your club rep know to update the online entries if your team will not be taking part in this event.
Sep 8, 2020 - 132 views

Waka Ama Sprint Nationals 2021 Update

At this stage, we are currently working on the premise that our 2021 National Sprint Championships at Lake Karāpiro in January will be going ahead. We know times are uncertain and we are monitoring any changes with regard to COVID-19 moving forward, but we are well into the planning of our major Waka Ama Events for 2021. We will be sending regular updates leading up to January. In the meantime don't hesitate to contact admin@wakaama.co.nz if you have any further questions
Sep 7, 2020 - 157 views

Waka Ama NZ Foundation Coaching Course - Kaiteriteri

Online registrations are now open for our Foundation Coaching Courses - Coaching Paddling Basics and Steering Basics. These will both be delivered by Corrina Gage Sunday 15 November in Kaiteriteri after the Waka Te Tasman race. See your club rep to enter online
Sep 7, 2020 - 148 views

Waikato Awa Race 2020 - Cancelled

The executive discussed options in the event of the cancellation. Unfortunately, we feel the opportunity to hold this event again before the end of the year not possible. We will therefore look towards the 2021 Waikato Awa race and hope the COVID is a thing of the past.
Sep 4, 2020 - 675 views

August members prize draw winners

Congratulations our winners are:
Sep 1, 2020 - 364 views

Rotohoe Series 2 - Waikawau/Otauira - Cancelled

E ngā mana, e ngā reo huri noa i ngā motu nei, tēnā koutou katoa. For a number of reasons, including the uncertainty relating to COVID-19, Ruamata Waka Ama has decided to cancel the final 2020 Rotohoe. Ko te tūmanako ka tau te mauri ki a koutou, otirā ki a tātou i a tātou e hoe ana ki ō tātou tini kāinga, roto, awa, moana huri noa. Nā mātou o Te Komiti
Sep 1, 2020 - 123 views

COVID Update for Auckland

As you would have seen from the government announcement yesterday, the current alert levels in Auckland and the rest of Aotearoa will remain in place until at least 11:59pm on Monday 21st September Waka Ama New Zealand will be maintaining our current policy with regard to the Auckland in Level 2 (gathering size of 10) and the Rest of Aotearoa in Level 2
Aug 29, 2020 - 285 views

Hoe Tonga Paddler Series Race 3 Moved

Unfortunately in light of the government restrictions due to Covid 19, it has been decided that the 3rd race scheduled in Whanganui on September 5th will be cancelled. Therefore the next race of the Hoe Tonga Paddler Series will be hosted at the Manawatu Boating Club at Foxton Beach on October 17th. This event is still currently being planned and organised and more information regarding this event will come in due course.
Aug 28, 2020 - 72 views

August members prize draw

Our prizes this month are kindly donated by Aerofast Tiedowns and Ocean Elements. Check out their listings on our Equipment Suppliers page.
Aug 27, 2020 - 212 views

Hauraki Series 2020 - Race 4 Te Puru - NEW DATE

Due to the current COVID-19 Alert Level 2 restrictions, this event has been moved to the 10th of October.
Aug 26, 2020 - 769 views

Tū Manawa Active Aotearoa Fund

Sport New Zealand has this week released the new Tū Manawa Active Aotearoa Fund. The funding is for programmes or projects delivering play, active recreation and sport experiences for tamariki and rangatahi. These may be new or already operating. Click here to find out all about it and how your club can apply.
Aug 25, 2020 - 97 views

Contact Tracing

Kia ora koutou, this is just a reminder for us all that during Alert Level 2 clubs and recreation providers will need a system available that manually records who has visited your club or display a QR code tracer poster at the entrance to your facility
Aug 14, 2020 - 355 views

COVID-19 Level 2 - Rest of New Zealand (not including Auckland)

As you would have seen from the government announcement yesterday, the current alert levels in Auckland and the rest of Aotearoa will remain in place until at least 11:59pm on Monday 21st September Waka Ama New Zealand will be maintaining our current policy with regard to the Auckland in Level 2 (gathering size of 10) and the Rest of Aotearoa in Level 2
Aug 12, 2020 - 1,459 views

COVID-19 Level 3 - For AUCKLAND

The government has announced that as of midday today - Wednesday 12 August - Auckland will move to Alert Level 3 (The rest of Aotearoa is moving to Alert Level 2). Please ensure you read our updated Level 3 information. Kia kaha tātou!
Aug 12, 2020 - 3,501 views

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