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Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Monday, July 10, 2000

Flanagans 1-2 in race

John Flanagan won yesterday's Surf & Sea North Shore Challenge swim event, nearly four minutes ahead of his younger brother, Kevin.

John Flanagan was timed in a record 39 minutes, 5.7 seconds in the second race of the Surf & Sea Cup series. Kevin Flanagan finished 43:03.8, edging out Tom Lake (43:06.2).

Jodi Jackson, fifth overall, won the women's division, also in record time (43:12.0). Kristin Simunovich was second in 48:32.1.

Yachts coming this way

Seventy-seven yachts left today from San Francisco, heading to Kaneohe Bay in the West Marine Pacific Cup Yacht Race.

The first yacht could arrive as early as July 21.

Two Hawaii-based yachts are entered -- Pali Uli, a 37-foot sloop with Dan Henkel and Carl Eshelman aboard and Pegasus, an Andrews 70 skippered by Phillip Kahn.

The race has run biennially since 1980.

For more information, call 234-1442. The website is website.

Poppinga ties for fifth

Hawaii's Karrie Poppinga and teammate Linda Hanley placed equal fifth in the $75,000 Beach Volleyball America Seal Beach Open at Seal Beach, Calif. yesterday.

Hawaii's Danalee Bragado teamed up with Ali Wood to place equal seventh. Holly McPeak and Misty May won the tournament.

Ternora is stock winner

Shaun Ternora won the mini-stock event Saturday night at Hawaii Motor Speedway.

Other winners were Clay Haumea (super stock), Ronald Joseph Jr. (modified main), Kawika Garcia (super modified main), Jimmy Joseph Jr. (midget main), and Mark Barta (Double K series event).

Wali sets national marks

Hawaii's Khan Wali set three Division D national records in the Junior National Wheelchair Games in San Jose, Calif.

Wali's records came in the discus, bench press and total of lifts. He also placed first in the 100-meter, 200 and 400 races and second in the shot put.

Hawaii's Mark Gross (Division B discus) and Lea Pettit (Division C bench press) also set national records.

Gross also finished first in the shot put, while Pettit took third in the shot put, discus and javelin.

See line scores and results in
the [Scoreboard] section.

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