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Photos Outrigger canoes can be found in many a Tahitian's backyard.Jim Byers/Toronto StarMore Photos Partying in advance of the big canoe race in Tahiti can wear out even the most seasoned race fans.Jim Byers/Toronto Star If you don't have a boat of your own, there's always the water taxi - from where you can watch with or without a lifejacket.Jim Byers/Toronto Star Racers run their canoes for three days over more than 100 kilometres of ocean in the annual Hawaiki Nui Va'a race.Jim Byers/Toronto Star The end of the Hawaiki Nui Va'a canoe race is a cause for celebration.Jim Byers/Toronto Star Fans typically splash water over canoeists as they finish their gruelling race through Tahiti's stunning waters.Jim Byers/Toronto Star The final day of the Hawaiki Nui Va'a race finds thousands of observers gathered in the lagoon of beautiful Bora Bora.Jim Byers/Toronto Star Paddling for days on end is exhausting - and rewarding work.Jim Byers/Toronto Star ...

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