Results of the Molokai 2 Oahu 2019 : Black, Casey, Lenny, Brown & Bevilacqua Winners of the 2019 M2O!

Autralia ruled once again at M2O. Huge congratulations to Aussie athletes Terrene Black, James Casey, Harriet Brown and Matt Bevilacqua who win the SUP and Paddleboard solo races at the 2019 Molokai 2 Oahu. Kai Lenny sets a new crossing record on SUP Foil at 2 hours 29 minutes and 38 seconds. James Casey completes the run in 4 hours 03 minutes, 5 minutes ahead of 2-time ISA long-distance world champion Michael Booth. Terrene Black finishes in 4 hours 34 minutes, 21 minutes ahead of Sonni Honscheid. For the 2nd year in a row, foil pioneer Annie Reickert is the first female athlete to complete the M2O on SUP foil and finished 9th overall, out of 13 in 3h20min!!!! (2 hours shorter than last year!). Josh Riccio wins the SUP 14′ division and sets a new record with 4 hours and 12 minutes!

Video Hightlights of the 2019 Molokai 2 Oahu

Post race interviews of James Casey, Terrene Black, Josh Riccio, Michael Booth and Kenny Kaneko by VMG Blades


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2019 Molokai 2 Oahu Women’s SUP Results

2019 M2O Men’s SUP Results

2019 Molokai 2 Oahu Foil Results – Men + Women


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Today was AMAZING! Second time crossing the Kaiwi Channel on a foil. Conditions were super fun and finished with a time of 3:20:22 (cut 2 hours off my time from last year) Still in my own solo division being the only female foiling it two years in a row, would love some more women to join me next year! @molokai2oahu @thehydrofoilcompany @mfchawaii #channelofbones

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SUP Teams

Men’s Prone Paddleboard

Women’s prone paddleboard

Prone paddleboard teams – Men + Women

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