natefry

First 2016 HTTD Results

natefry wrote 1032 days ago:


The first HTTD for 2016 went down with a great group full of energy for getting on the water. We met at Corbin Wave in Corbin Park Postfalls for an exciting Boater-X. It was bound to be an exciting race with Chris Hoffer on site to put together a challenging course of tough ferry’s and tight eddy turns. Each competitor was bound to be tired after each heat.
Heat 1 results:
Sarah Palmounter took first with her strong and fast ferry technique. It was a tight race for the second place slot and a shot at the finals. Patrick Farneman and Chris Mowry both charged side by side into the final eddy. Patrick made the last few paddle strokes count and clinched his spot in the finals. Chris Jundt was close behind the battle and looking for his window of opportunity to make a pass, but Patrick and Mowry would not provide an opening for Chris to make a move.
Heat 2:
From the start there was plenty of “rubbin’s racing” as the group stayed close together as they battled for the first and second position. The big ferry above Corbin wave separated the group as they came towards the finish line. Marcus Lees secured first, with Kevin Pryor in a close second, Celene Olgeirsoon hot on his tail for third and Ron Coddington paddling his hardest to make that tough ferry.
Finals:
The group was already feeling a little tired from the first run but still ready charge a second round for finals. Little did they know that Chris Hoffer would add a few moves to the course adding another level of difficulty and need for endurance. The course made for multiple passes and racers swapped positions multiple times as they battled for the win.
1st Place: Sarah Palmounter almost blew the third eddy but managed to power in and continue on for the win.
2nd Place: Kevin Pryor was close behind Sarah with a high eddy catch on the third eddy and chasing her to the finish.
3rd Place: Patrick Farneman came out ahead after an elbow to elbow battle with Marcus for the third eddy.
4th Place: Marcus Lees may have lost the battle for the third eddy, but he made Patrick work to secure his third place finish.
Our next two HTTD’s are on the calendar for June 15th and July 13th. Location and event type will depend on flows and updates will be posted as we get closer to each event.
**Photos by Chris Hoffer
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bozemankayaker

First 2016 HTTD Results

bozemankayaker wrote 1032 days ago:


The first HTTD for 2016 went down with a great group full of energy for getting on the water. We met at Corbin Wave in Corbin Park Postfalls for an exciting Boater-X. It was bound to be an exciting race with Chris Hoffer on site to put together a challenging course of tough ferry’s and tight eddy turns. Each competitor was bound to be tired after each heat.
Heat 1 results:
Sarah Palmounter took first with her strong and fast ferry technique. It was a tight race for the second place slot and a shot at the finals. Patrick Farneman and Chris Mowry both charged side by side into the final eddy. Patrick made the last few paddle strokes count and clinched his spot in the finals. Chris Jundt was close behind the battle and looking for his window of opportunity to make a pass, but Patrick and Mowry would not provide an opening for Chris to make a move.
Heat 2:
From the start there was plenty of “rubbin’s racing” as the group stayed close together as they battled for the first and second position. The big ferry above Corbin wave separated the group as they came towards the finish line. Marcus Lees secured first, with Kevin Pryor in a close second, Celene Olgeirsoon hot on his tail for third and Ron Coddington paddling his hardest to make that tough ferry.
Finals:
The group was already feeling a little tired from the first run but still ready charge a second round for finals. Little did they know that Chris Hoffer would add a few moves to the course adding another level of difficulty and need for endurance. The course made for multiple passes and racers swapped positions multiple times as they battled for the win.
1st Place: Sarah Palmounter almost blew the third eddy but managed to power in and continue on for the win.
2nd Place: Kevin Pryor was close behind Sarah with a high eddy catch on the third eddy and chasing her to the finish.
3rd Place: Patrick Farneman came out ahead after an elbow to elbow battle with Marcus for the third eddy.
4th Place: Marcus Lees may have lost the battle for the third eddy, but he made Patrick work to secure his third place finish.
Our next two HTTD’s are on the calendar for June 15th and July 13th. Location and event type will depend on flows and updates will be posted as we get closer to each event.
**Photos by Chris Hoffer
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james

First 2016 HTTD Results

james wrote 1032 days ago:


The first HTTD for 2016 went down with a great group full of energy for getting on the water. We met at Corbin Wave in Corbin Park Postfalls for an exciting Boater-X. It was bound to be an exciting race with Chris Hoffer on site to put together a challenging course of tough ferry’s and tight eddy turns. Each competitor was bound to be tired after each heat.
Heat 1 results:
Sarah Palmounter took first with her strong and fast ferry technique. It was a tight race for the second place slot and a shot at the finals. Patrick Farneman and Chris Mowry both charged side by side into the final eddy. Patrick made the last few paddle strokes count and clinched his spot in the finals. Chris Jundt was close behind the battle and looking for his window of opportunity to make a pass, but Patrick and Mowry would not provide an opening for Chris to make a move.
Heat 2:
From the start there was plenty of “rubbin’s racing” as the group stayed close together as they battled for the first and second position. The big ferry above Corbin wave separated the group as they came towards the finish line. Marcus Lees secured first, with Kevin Pryor in a close second, Celene Olgeirsoon hot on his tail for third and Ron Coddington paddling his hardest to make that tough ferry.
Finals:
The group was already feeling a little tired from the first run but still ready charge a second round for finals. Little did they know that Chris Hoffer would add a few moves to the course adding another level of difficulty and need for endurance. The course made for multiple passes and racers swapped positions multiple times as they battled for the win.
1st Place: Sarah Palmounter almost blew the third eddy but managed to power in and continue on for the win.
2nd Place: Kevin Pryor was close behind Sarah with a high eddy catch on the third eddy and chasing her to the finish.
3rd Place: Patrick Farneman came out ahead after an elbow to elbow battle with Marcus for the third eddy.
4th Place: Marcus Lees may have lost the battle for the third eddy, but he made Patrick work to secure his third place finish.
Our next two HTTD’s are on the calendar for June 15th and July 13th. Location and event type will depend on flows and updates will be posted as we get closer to each event.
**Photos by Chris Hoffer
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james

First 2016 HTTD Results

james wrote 1032 days ago:


The first HTTD for 2016 went down with a great group full of energy for getting on the water. We met at Corbin Wave in Corbin Park Postfalls for an exciting Boater-X. It was bound to be an exciting race with Chris Hoffer on site to put together a challenging course of tough ferry’s and tight eddy turns. Each competitor was bound to be tired after each heat.
Heat 1 results:
Sarah Palmounter took first with her strong and fast ferry technique. It was a tight race for the second place slot and a shot at the finals. Patrick Farneman and Chris Mowry both charged side by side into the final eddy. Patrick made the last few paddle strokes count and clinched his spot in the finals. Chris Jundt was close behind the battle and looking for his window of opportunity to make a pass, but Patrick and Mowry would not provide an opening for Chris to make a move.
Heat 2:
From the start there was plenty of “rubbin’s racing” as the group stayed close together as they battled for the first and second position. The big ferry above Corbin wave separated the group as they came towards the finish line. Marcus Lees secured first, with Kevin Pryor in a close second, Celene Olgeirsoon hot on his tail for third and Ron Coddington paddling his hardest to make that tough ferry.
Finals:
The group was already feeling a little tired from the first run but still ready charge a second round for finals. Little did they know that Chris Hoffer would add a few moves to the course adding another level of difficulty and need for endurance. The course made for multiple passes and racers swapped positions multiple times as they battled for the win.
1st Place: Sarah Palmounter almost blew the third eddy but managed to power in and continue on for the win.
2nd Place: Kevin Pryor was close behind Sarah with a high eddy catch on the third eddy and chasing her to the finish.
3rd Place: Patrick Farneman came out ahead after an elbow to elbow battle with Marcus for the third eddy.
4th Place: Marcus Lees may have lost the battle for the third eddy, but he made Patrick work to secure his third place finish.
Our next two HTTD’s are on the calendar for June 15th and July 13th. Location and event type will depend on flows and updates will be posted as we get closer to each event.
**Photos by Chris Hoffer
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saskia

First 2016 HTTD Results

saskia wrote 1032 days ago:


The first HTTD for 2016 went down with a great group full of energy for getting on the water. We met at Corbin Wave in Corbin Park Postfalls for an exciting Boater-X. It was bound to be an exciting race with Chris Hoffer on site to put together a challenging course of tough ferry’s and tight eddy turns. Each competitor was bound to be tired after each heat.
Heat 1 results:
Sarah Palmounter took first with her strong and fast ferry technique. It was a tight race for the second place slot and a shot at the finals. Patrick Farneman and Chris Mowry both charged side by side into the final eddy. Patrick made the last few paddle strokes count and clinched his spot in the finals. Chris Jundt was close behind the battle and looking for his window of opportunity to make a pass, but Patrick and Mowry would not provide an opening for Chris to make a move.
Heat 2:
From the start there was plenty of “rubbin’s racing” as the group stayed close together as they battled for the first and second position. The big ferry above Corbin wave separated the group as they came towards the finish line. Marcus Lees secured first, with Kevin Pryor in a close second, Celene Olgeirsoon hot on his tail for third and Ron Coddington paddling his hardest to make that tough ferry.
Finals:
The group was already feeling a little tired from the first run but still ready charge a second round for finals. Little did they know that Chris Hoffer would add a few moves to the course adding another level of difficulty and need for endurance. The course made for multiple passes and racers swapped positions multiple times as they battled for the win.
1st Place: Sarah Palmounter almost blew the third eddy but managed to power in and continue on for the win.
2nd Place: Kevin Pryor was close behind Sarah with a high eddy catch on the third eddy and chasing her to the finish.
3rd Place: Patrick Farneman came out ahead after an elbow to elbow battle with Marcus for the third eddy.
4th Place: Marcus Lees may have lost the battle for the third eddy, but he made Patrick work to secure his third place finish.
Our next two HTTD’s are on the calendar for June 15th and July 13th. Location and event type will depend on flows and updates will be posted as we get closer to each event.
**Photos by Chris Hoffer
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tommygunn

First 2016 HTTD Results

tommygunn wrote 1032 days ago:


The first HTTD for 2016 went down with a great group full of energy for getting on the water. We met at Corbin Wave in Corbin Park Postfalls for an exciting Boater-X. It was bound to be an exciting race with Chris Hoffer on site to put together a challenging course of tough ferry’s and tight eddy turns. Each competitor was bound to be tired after each heat.
Heat 1 results:
Sarah Palmounter took first with her strong and fast ferry technique. It was a tight race for the second place slot and a shot at the finals. Patrick Farneman and Chris Mowry both charged side by side into the final eddy. Patrick made the last few paddle strokes count and clinched his spot in the finals. Chris Jundt was close behind the battle and looking for his window of opportunity to make a pass, but Patrick and Mowry would not provide an opening for Chris to make a move.
Heat 2:
From the start there was plenty of “rubbin’s racing” as the group stayed close together as they battled for the first and second position. The big ferry above Corbin wave separated the group as they came towards the finish line. Marcus Lees secured first, with Kevin Pryor in a close second, Celene Olgeirsoon hot on his tail for third and Ron Coddington paddling his hardest to make that tough ferry.
Finals:
The group was already feeling a little tired from the first run but still ready charge a second round for finals. Little did they know that Chris Hoffer would add a few moves to the course adding another level of difficulty and need for endurance. The course made for multiple passes and racers swapped positions multiple times as they battled for the win.
1st Place: Sarah Palmounter almost blew the third eddy but managed to power in and continue on for the win.
2nd Place: Kevin Pryor was close behind Sarah with a high eddy catch on the third eddy and chasing her to the finish.
3rd Place: Patrick Farneman came out ahead after an elbow to elbow battle with Marcus for the third eddy.
4th Place: Marcus Lees may have lost the battle for the third eddy, but he made Patrick work to secure his third place finish.
Our next two HTTD’s are on the calendar for June 15th and July 13th. Location and event type will depend on flows and updates will be posted as we get closer to each event.
**Photos by Chris Hoffer
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saskia

Hometown Throwdown

saskia wrote 1392 days ago:


May 20, 2015

The Cody boaters showed up to support our first Hometown Throwdown Event! With temperature dropping, and rain clouds brewing, boaters gathered at the Demaris takeout around 5:30pm. Due to the low river levels, it was decided the class IV section of the Shoshone would provide the group with the best feature for a good ol’ fashion Big-Air competition. The event was staged at Nintendo Rapid. Each rider had ten opportunities to plunge their boat into the hole in an attempt to get the most air possible. The rides started off slow. There were a few decent enders, a very mysterious mystery move, and much carping. Then charing toward the hole, gliding through the slackwater, Ed Conning pile drives his ancient longboat deep within, and out came one of the most picture perfect pirouettes of the event. The other riders knew they would have to step up their game. Riders Jerod Ready and Destin Harrell threw a few massive loops in their creekboats, but neither could quite reach maximum altitude. Much fun was had by all. Looking forward to the next Throwdown on June 3, 2015.

First Place: Ed Conning

Second Place: Jerod Ready

Third Place: Destin Harrell

Fourth Place: Joey Acott

Fifth Place: Andy Quick



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bozemankayaker

Hometown Throwdown

bozemankayaker wrote 1392 days ago:


May 20, 2015

The Cody boaters showed up to support our first Hometown Throwdown Event! With temperature dropping, and rain clouds brewing, boaters gathered at the Demaris takeout around 5:30pm. Due to the low river levels, it was decided the class IV section of the Shoshone would provide the group with the best feature for a good ol’ fashion Big-Air competition. The event was staged at Nintendo Rapid. Each rider had ten opportunities to plunge their boat into the hole in an attempt to get the most air possible. The rides started off slow. There were a few decent enders, a very mysterious mystery move, and much carping. Then charing toward the hole, gliding through the slackwater, Ed Conning pile drives his ancient longboat deep within, and out came one of the most picture perfect pirouettes of the event. The other riders knew they would have to step up their game. Riders Jerod Ready and Destin Harrell threw a few massive loops in their creekboats, but neither could quite reach maximum altitude. Much fun was had by all. Looking forward to the next Throwdown on June 3, 2015.

First Place: Ed Conning

Second Place: Jerod Ready

Third Place: Destin Harrell

Fourth Place: Joey Acott

Fifth Place: Andy Quick



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tommygunn

Hometown Throwdown

tommygunn wrote 1392 days ago:


May 20, 2015

The Cody boaters showed up to support our first Hometown Throwdown Event! With temperature dropping, and rain clouds brewing, boaters gathered at the Demaris takeout around 5:30pm. Due to the low river levels, it was decided the class IV section of the Shoshone would provide the group with the best feature for a good ol’ fashion Big-Air competition. The event was staged at Nintendo Rapid. Each rider had ten opportunities to plunge their boat into the hole in an attempt to get the most air possible. The rides started off slow. There were a few decent enders, a very mysterious mystery move, and much carping. Then charing toward the hole, gliding through the slackwater, Ed Conning pile drives his ancient longboat deep within, and out came one of the most picture perfect pirouettes of the event. The other riders knew they would have to step up their game. Riders Jerod Ready and Destin Harrell threw a few massive loops in their creekboats, but neither could quite reach maximum altitude. Much fun was had by all. Looking forward to the next Throwdown on June 3, 2015.

First Place: Ed Conning

Second Place: Jerod Ready

Third Place: Destin Harrell

Fourth Place: Joey Acott

Fifth Place: Andy Quick



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james

Hometown Throwdown

james wrote 1392 days ago:


May 20, 2015

The Cody boaters showed up to support our first Hometown Throwdown Event! With temperature dropping, and rain clouds brewing, boaters gathered at the Demaris takeout around 5:30pm. Due to the low river levels, it was decided the class IV section of the Shoshone would provide the group with the best feature for a good ol’ fashion Big-Air competition. The event was staged at Nintendo Rapid. Each rider had ten opportunities to plunge their boat into the hole in an attempt to get the most air possible. The rides started off slow. There were a few decent enders, a very mysterious mystery move, and much carping. Then charing toward the hole, gliding through the slackwater, Ed Conning pile drives his ancient longboat deep within, and out came one of the most picture perfect pirouettes of the event. The other riders knew they would have to step up their game. Riders Jerod Ready and Destin Harrell threw a few massive loops in their creekboats, but neither could quite reach maximum altitude. Much fun was had by all. Looking forward to the next Throwdown on June 3, 2015.

First Place: Ed Conning

Second Place: Jerod Ready

Third Place: Destin Harrell

Fourth Place: Joey Acott

Fifth Place: Andy Quick



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