A NIGHT OF FELLOWSHIP

Paying Tribute to the Waterman Who Have Made an Impact on the Sport & the Community

The Hawaii Waterman Hall of Fame honors those who have contributed an enormous amount of energy and passion to the ocean. On August 23rd, 2018, the Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Foundation will induct four Hawaii athletes into the Hawaii Waterman Hall of Fame who are pioneers and visionaries of our time. Nominated by their peers for their contributions to ocean sports, their commitment to athletics through coaching and program development in addition to tireless service to the community, the 2018 class of inductees truly epitomizes Duke’s spirit through their love of the water and through caring for our island community.

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2018 INDUCTEES

WOODY BROWN | SURFING
World recognized big-wave surfer who was also credited with designing the world’s first modern ocean-going catamaran. Brown passed away on Maui in 2008.
DAVE KALAMA | SURFING
Stand-up champion, windsurfing world champion, canoe paddler, big-wave legend and tow-in surfing pioneer. The Kula, Maui man has also been at the forefront of the new evolution of Foil-boarding and is considered by many as one of the world’s best. Arguably, one of the best all-around Watermen of our time.
KALANI VIERRA | WATERMAN
6-time World Tandem Surfing Champion, Ocean Safety Bureau Chief for the Kauai Fire Department (Chief of Kauai Lifeguard Association), and Co-Founder of the Kauai Junior Lifeguard Association.
ANN YOSHIDA | ADAPTIVE SURFING & KAYAKING
Founding Athlete of Access Surf Hawaii, a 2016 Paralympian and a World Adaptive Surfing and Paracanoe World Champion.
PAST INDUCTEES | 2017 | 2016 | 2015