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July 2014

Moloka’i 2 Oahu Paddleboard World Championships, July 27

July 27
Unnamed Venue,

Both stand-up and traditional paddleboarding champions from around the world will gather in Hawaii to test their athletic ability in the  most iconic event in the paddling community. The 32-mile crossing of the Ka’iwi Channel connects the islands of Moloka’i and Oahu. More than 2,300 feet deep, the channel creates a funnel effect that shoots billions of gallons of seawater between the islands each hour. Combine that with trade winds, and the seas can range from 8 to 15 feet on an average…

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Jennifer Reding Sarcoma Alliance Benefit

July 27 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Fat Jacks Oyster Sports Bar and Grill,
Hot Springs, AR United States

Without my daughters, I don’t think I could be as strong as some people think I am.  I say that because those of us with sarcoma know the feelings of day to day combat.  We’re in the trenches so to speak.  Brittany (28) and Emily (23) are the reasons I fight!  I also have Jon, Emily’s wonderful husband. I had a ;lump on my left thigh but I let it go for 6 long years.  Why?  Don’t laugh but I…

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August 2014

The Catalina Classic Paddleboard Marathon — Manhattan Beach, CA, August

August 24

O2H began at the Classic, with one paddler racing in honor of Sarcoma Alliance founder Suzanne Leider. Since 1999, scores of athletes have paddled the grueling 32 miles from Catalina Island to Manhattan Beach. People who raise $1,000 for the Alliance can have their names, or the name of a loved one, on a paddleboard. Go to Active.com to donate.  O2H will have tents with food, drink, merchandise and raffle tickets for sale on Manhattan Beach. Come out and support our team!

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September 2014

Spirit of Survival: Ironman Chattanooga

September 28
Unnamed Venue,
Chattanooga, TN United States

In August 2010 Michael Oyler was diagnosed with Synovial Sarcoma in his right thigh. At the time he was a healthy 28 year old starting a new career with eyes only on the future. His life was altered dramatically that day as he began the 9 month journey to become cancer free. Since then Michael has found a passion for triathlon, and he is dedicating his first Ironman to all the survivors looking for hope as they struggle with their personal battles, as well as to…

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