The Molokai 2 Oahu Paddleboard World Championships in Hawaii have been cancelled for 2020 due the the Covid 19 Global crisis. This year, we are offering a virtual race open to any craft you can paddle. Join us!

Wishing you all good health during this time.

The Molokai 2 Oahu PADDLEBOARD World Championships

The world's most challenging paddle race


Join M2O the weekend of July 24-26th for a virtual community paddling event.

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Grounded in Tradition

Paddling has been a part of Hawaiian heritage since early Polynesians navigated thousands of miles of open ocean guided by nothing more than currents, wind and stars. The Molokai 2 Oahu Paddleboard World Championships honors the spirit and accomplishments of these voyagers with the most challenging prone/stand-up paddle race in the world.


Known as foiling, elite athletes will compete for the first world title atop standup paddleboards equipped with hydrofoil technology, which could produce the fastest ever crossing of the famous Ka’iwi Channel.

Race Art

Each year M2O features a unique piece of art to capture the spirit of this championship event. This year, we feature the work of 3X Molokai 2 Oahu World Champion Sonni Hönscheid.

Elite Athletes to Watch at 2018 Molokai 2 Oahu

Live satellite tracking for of athletes and final results will be available at Periodic race updates, photos and live video to be posted to event’s Instagram and Facebook pages.

M2O By The Numbers

feet (Depth of Ka'iwi Channel)

countries represented

world records

mile course