Each year, the prestigious Molokai2Oahu (M2O) race comes around. And, just as competitors can count on the recurring race, they can also count on the Ka’iwi Channel (or, “Channel of Bones”) testing their mental and physical limits. For 32 miles, competitors battle a roaring yet pristine open ocean channel, traces of fear and pain. The M2O is not a race for the faint of heart. It’s a race where the most hardcore of paddlers lay months of training and preparation all on the line. And it’s a race where world champions are born. —SC
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