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Thank You again to everyone who came out and supported the 2nd ANNUAL ADLER PADDLER!
We had 67 paddlers and raised $4553.35 for the John Ritter Foundation. We could not have done it without all the volunteers, everyone who donated, and all of the people who came out in the rain and wind for a great cause!
Big thanks to Scott Durzo for documenting everything!
Enjoy the slideshow!
Thank You to everyone who came out and survived the 2nd Annual ADLER PADDLER.
We had 67 paddler show up. Below are the results for all you racers out there!
Congrats to everyone who competed.
|2nd ANNUAL ADLER PADDLER OVERALL FINISH TIMES|
|Brendan Light||26:31:00||SUP 14′|
|Jim Terrell||26:38:00||SUP Stock|
|Jered Vargas||26:55:00||SUP 14′|
|Garrit Barth||27:21:00||SUP 14′|
|Jack Bark||27:28:00||Prone Stock|
|Brian Haag||27:34:00||SUP 14′|
|Paul Reusch||28:00:00||Prone 14′|
|Gary Tomlin||28:27:00||Prone Unlmtd|
|Reno Caldwell||28:58:00||Prone 14′|
|Todd Stockwell||29:01:00||Prone Unlmtd|
|Gene Smith||29:27:00||SUP Stock|
|Billy Kho||30:04:00||SUP 14′|
|Bill Kindel||31:00:00||Prone Unlmtd|
|Kristen Thomas||31:04:00||SUP Stock W|
|Antoinette Coco||31:25:00||SUP Stock W|
|Gilbert Salas||32:19:00||SUP Stock|
|Terry Haggar||32:29:00||SUP Stock|
|Larry Bonds||32:40:00||SUP 14′|
|Gary Peterson||32:43:00||SUP 14′|
|Dave Hutton||32:46:00||Prone Stock|
|DJ Obrien||32:52:00||Prone Stock W|
|Sam Bark||33:22:00||Prone Stock|
|Jeff Petty||33:27:00||Prone Unlmtd|
|Mike Lueokemanu||35:15:00||SUP 14′|
|Ian Light||35:18:00||SUP 14′|
|Chuck Camps||35:52:00||Prone 14′|
|Kyle Wormsbecker||35:53:00||SUP Stock|
|Mike Maddox||36:03:00||SUP Stock|
|Mandy McDonnell||37:55:00||SUP 14′|
|Emily Bark||39:07:00||Prone Stock|
|Robert Wielenga||39:22:00||SUP Stock|
|Anna Wagner||39:44:00||SUP Stock W|
|Steve Lance||45:45:00||SUP Stock|
|Ted Canedy||47:04:00||SUP Stock|
|Channing Barrios||51:24:00||Prone Stock|
|Chris Barrios||51:24:00||Prone 14′|
|Charlie Hutchens||51:34:00||Prone Unlmtd|
|2nd ANNUAL ADLER PADDLER DIVISIONS|
|MEN’S SUP STOCK|
|MEN’S SUP STOCK MASTERS|
|1st||Gene “Tarzan” Smith||29:27:00|
|WOMEN’S SUP STOCK|
|MEN’S SUP 14′|
|WOMAN’S SUP 14′||Mandy McDonnell||37:55:00|
|MEN’S STOCK PRONE|
|WOMEN’S PRONE STOCK|
|2nd TIED||Gemma Bark||39:07:00|
|2nd TIED||Emily Bark||39:07:00|
|MEN’S PRONE 14′|
|MEN’S PRONE UNLTLD|
|YOUTH UNDER 18|
|1st SUP||Brendan Light||26:31:00|
|1st PRONE||Sam Bark|
|MASTERS 50 & OVER|
|1st SUP||Gene Smith||29:27:00|
|1st PRONE||Gary Tomlin||28:27:00|
|MOST INSPIRATIONAL PADDLER’s: CLARK ADLER, TAYLOR NELSON, AUSTIN HALLEN|
|MOST FESTIVE: MANDY McDonnell|
Rain or shine we will be going strong at the #AdlerPaddler
Déjà Vu we had rain last year but many people are saying that is was the most memorable event of the year.
Good times were had and people scored on great raffle items.
Sunshine is so overrated!!!
If you’re too chicken to paddle come on down buy a T-shirt and some raffle tickets and support the cause!!
We will be raffling tons of great stuff including a Riviera Paddle Board, Quickblade paddles, Hurley Wetsuit, Honolua, Vestal Watches, Future Fins, On A Mission Leash & Deck Pad, Billabong, Hinano, and much more!!!!!
Thanks to Laylan Connelly for the great ALDER PADDLER write up on Orangecounty.com
Look for a shout out in next weeks OC REGISTER.
We will be raffling off a brand new Ron House SUP courtesy of Riviera Paddlesurf and a Quickblade paddle courtesy of Quickblade with all proceeds going directly to the JOHN RITTER FOUNDATION FOR AORTIC HEALTH
Can’t make it to the ADLER PADDLER ? Don’t fret, purchase a ADLER PADDLER T-SHIRT and you can support the cause! ALL PROCEEDS GO DIRECTLY TO THE JOHN RITTER FOUNDATION.
Mail a check made out to PADDLE WITH PURPOSE for $25 ($20 + $5 for shipping and handling) to PO BOX 233 Surfside Ca. 90743. Specify the size and quantity in the Memo of the check and you will have your very own ADLER PADDLER souvenir!
“The effects of Thoracic Aortic Disease can be corrected when properly tested, diagnosed, and treated. The power of knowing your family history is so crucial when dealing with a disease like this. After loosing my good friend to a misdiagnosed Dissecting Aortic Aneurism i want to honor him by raising money for the continued research and awareness through tools like the “Ritter Rules” and by supporting amazing organizations such as the John Ritter Foundation for Aortic Health, the John Ritter Research Program, and the Thoracic Aortic Disease Coalition. Amy Yasbeck and the John Ritter Foundation have played a pivotal role in helping families understand this disease and get the proper treatment. My goal would be to help raise money to give them the ability to bring on another genetic councilor to help families through the process, and ultimately save lives from unnecessary deaths.” Jodie Nelson, Founder, Paddle With Purpose