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Monday, August 27, 2012

Watch Big Wakes At Waimea Bay Today

Waimea Bay on the North Shore of Oahu is the renowned site of big wave surfing.

Today at 9 am Hawaii time, Waimea Bay will be site of some mighty big wakes when the top young swimmers from Australia, Japan, USA, Canada and New Zealand face off in the final event of the 2012 Junior Pan Pacific Swimming Championships.

The swimmers entered in the 10km course that consists of six 1.6km loops include the following:

1. Grace Sommerville, New Zealand
2. Marin Osaki, Japan
3. Miki Asayama, Japan
4. Hanako Ueda, Japan
5. Jessica Bayliss, Australia
6. Kareena Lee, Australia
7. Emily Seymour, Australia
8. Jade Dusablon, Canada
9. Brooke Lorentzen, USA
10. Becca Mann, USA
11. Rachel Zilinskas, USA

1. Ben Ruback, New Zealand
2. Takumi Nakashima, Japan
3. Chris Deegan, Australia
4. Jordan Harrison, Australia
5. David Parsonson, Australia
6. Zachary Parkes, Canada
7. Janardan Burns, USA
8. Bryan Draganosky, USA
9. David Heron, USA
10. Evan Pinion, USA
11. Andrew Sekiskar, USA

The Waimea Bay course today should be gorgeous and flat and will be live streamlined online here on the USA Swimming website at 9 am Honolulu time.

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