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Saturday, June 15th, 2013, 8:00 am at Kailua Beach Park 1.5 miles around Flat Island or NEW for 2013: 1/2 Mile Buoy Swim Registration Fees: Early bird registration $35 until June 6, 2013. Register On-line at www.active.com Early bird registration includes dri-fit shirt, refreshments, goodie bag, and raffle ticket for prizes after the awards ceremony. After June 6, 2013, you must register in person on race day for $50 and dri-fit shirts may not be available. No refunds. More Info: www.kailuamasters.org Registration and numbering begin at 6:30 a.m. Mandatory pre-race announcements at 7:45 a.m. Course: starts and finishes at Kailua Beach Park behind Kalapawai Market. The 1.5 Mile course circles Popoi’a Island. The 1/2 mile course is parallel to Kailua Beach along the buoys. Awards: 1.5 Mile Swim: Top 3 finishers, male and female, in standard 5 year age groups, and overall winners. 1/2 Mile Swim: First place, male and female, in standard 5 year age groups. Equipment: Goggles, face masks and snorkels are permitted. Swimmers with fins are invited to participate but will not be eligible for awards. TO REGISTER BY MAIL send in this form with payment. Must be postmarked by June 6, 2013. Name: ___________________________________________________ Age on Race Day: ______
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Join us in Celebrating the 20th Anniversary Coffee & Kunitake Farms Present
Kona Marathon and Family Runs Sunday June 23, 2013
Saturday June 22: Health & Fitness Expo, Packet Pick Up, Late Registration & Pasta Party • •
9 am to 5 pm at the, the Sheraton Kona Resort and Spa at Keauhou Bay. Each participant must present photo ID to pick up race number. 6 to 8pm Sunset Pasta Party on the Hawaii Lawn at the Sheraton Kona.
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Marathon 5:30 am; Half Marathon 6:00 am; 10K 6:45 am; 5K 6:50 am
Out and back courses that travel along the scenic shoreline of the Kona Coast. Aid Stations are located every mile, stocked with Water, Cola, and Ultima Replenisher drink. Fly Go! the official Inter-Island Airlines of the Kona Marathon. Discounted fares available at konamarathon.com last name
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Stepping up to the Mental Challenge This article is written for anyone currently facing a steep challenge. Maybe A final piece of the puzzle was working to identify and resolve three differit is a need to rehabilitate an injury, recover from a serious illness, or to reach ent issues that had caused previous races to not go well. an important quota at work. Run Smart: If a group of runners or a specific runner took the pace out too Challenges like this can feel overwhelming. The demands might seem fast, Sergio would respond by being patient. Running smart meant knowing greater than your resources. But with the right state of mind, these tasks can when to make his move. be reframed into opportunities. False Fatigue: This was the result of his negative thoughts and feelings. He The concepts we presented in the last issue provided a checklist for establish- would catch himself as soon as a negative thought entered his head and ing and maintaining the appropriate frame of mind. immediately affirm his ability to free his energy to focus on his form and rhythm. The following is an example of an athlete who struggled with a major performance slump. Run Through The Pain: Again, by focusing on the power of positive emotions, and investing in the hard work of mental training, he was able to pre— THE CASE OF SERGIO — pare himself to successfully deal with the pain. I worked with Sergio during the last semester of his senior year of high In the finals of the 800 at states, Sergio got out to a quick start and mainschool and the summer before he left for college. He was a marvelous midtained contact with the lead runners. Halfway through the second lap, he dle-distance runner with natural ability to run and be competitive. felt the beginning of the familiar pain and discomfort. He was able to stay Sergio came to see me when a fluke loss turned into a string of three straight positive and remind him self, “Yes, I can,” rather than giving in to negasetbacks. During our first visit he expressed frustration, anger and confusion. tive self–talk. He breathed deep and with his focus on positive emotions he was able to finish strong and win. He was struggling with self–doubt during his workouts. Further inquiry revealed that any time another runner challenged him, he got rattled and then quickly got angry with himself. As we broke it down, he realized that the anger led to him run tight. Once his stride became mechanical, his breathing lost its rhythm and his form would break down. Pain would set in and he would slow down dramatically.
HiLevel Tool Box: I helped Sergio learn to use some simple but powerful tools. He learned that he could resist the temptation to give in to fatigue, pain, anger and fear. Letting go of these emotions under pressure provided him with the confidence and awareness to attack other challenges. When I last talked to Sergio, he told me he had found a way to apply his enthusiasm and competitiveness toward his job on Wall Street. That’s HiLevel!
A few words about anger: In athletics, anger can be helpful in the short term. It can provide short bursts of energy and can rekindle motivation, but it can I want to acknowledge Dr. Bruce Eliashof for his ability to clarify the role also quickly turn into a source of fatigue. Positive emotions tend to help you that mental training skills play in the achievement of excellence and for parto relax and can help boost your energy. ticipating in the process of writing this article. At the end of our first session, Sergio committed to exercises that involved By Brad Yates and Bruce Eliashof paying attention to his self-talk and writing it down. When he came back for his second session he admitted he was surprised by how quickly his self–talk turned into negative thoughts and feelings. He identified two recurring statements “I’m done” and "I am going to lose.” He also realized that he began to craft his excuses DURING races! Focusing on what he was going tell people about why he ran so miserably was a recipe for disaster.
Todd Iacovelli, HiLevel Advisory Board. Todd has been instrumental in testing and refining the HiLevel Tools and Techniques. HiLevel Intervention I taught Sergio to use performance breathing to calm himself during crucial moments of the race. He came up with a positive reframe for his negative self–talk. He added positive self–talk, a stop phrase — “I am better than this” — and he began to use this phrase at the first sign of negative thoughts. As Sergio began to pay closer attention to his self–talk and quickly respond to it, he was able to gradually regain his confidence. In a meet before states he ran a state qualifying time in the 800 meters. This set the stage for the ultimate test of his new skills. During the next two weeks, we continued to work on noticing negative self–talk and responding to it automatically with a positive thought.
Firecracker Sprint Tri June 30, 2013 6:00AM 500 Meter Flat & Fast Swim 11 Mile Bike 5K Run
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Yoga For Runners The benefits of yoga for athletes are being discussed more and more frequently: how yoga can help with recovery; the increase in flexibility and mobility that yoga can bring about and also the significance of breathing exercises. But what are the most important aspects of yoga for athletes, and how about runners?
I am advocate of yoga of athletes – and especially for runners. To many people yoga for runners may be considered a form of stretching, a way of counteracting the miles, but it can offer so much more. Yoga and running are in one sense the same: the union of mind, body and breath to achieve a goal. In yoga the ultimate goal is finding a connection, or ‘enlightenment’. The same could be said of running for some people, but more often than not, a The Breath more specific achievement is focused upon such Breathing is the most important factor of any as, running a certain set distance, or completing a activity, and it is ‘a beautiful system’ (Hewitt, particular event. 1977). In running, breathing and especially the From the outside, it is apparent that yoga and run- exhalation, is an involuntary response to the ning are different: one is more stationary and body’s requirements –greater demands on the carpeaceful whilst the other quite literally involves diovascular system of the body require oxygen. propelling the body forward to move over ground In yoga, pranayama or breathing exercises focus for considerable distances. But yet yoga and run- on specifically increasing the lung capacity and ning have many qualities in common: the regula- circulation. During pranayama exercises and tion of the breath; precise consideration of the poses, by focusing upon the inhalation it is possibody and the muscle groups; relaxation; medita- ble to increase the uptake of air but there is an tion and, maybe, even the path to enlightenment. added element of concentration. Practising exercises such as the Complete Yogic Breath will In the book Born To Run, the author asks his greatly help runners to visualize and actually focus coach: “How about yoga? That’ll help, yeah?” on increasing lung capacity. “Forget yoga. Every runner I know who does yoga Correct breathing can also greatly help a runner to gets hurt” (McDougall, 2010). relax. Any tension that might accumulate in a runI beg to differ. Using the breath, the body and the ner’s body uses energy. Breath awareness is a way mind as connecting links between both yoga and of reducing tension and therefore saving energy running I believe yoga for runners can be extreme- for actual running. Focusing consciously on the breath naturally relaxes the nervous system and ly beneficial. brings calmness to the body – useful during any type of run whether social or competitive.
The 10 most useful yoga poses for runners Mountain Pose: Focus on body posture and breathing whilst standing, before a run. Standing Poses: Lengthen and strengthen the hamstrings, hips and lower back. Seated Forward Bends: Lengthens the spine, hamstrings and pelvic area. Downward Facing Dog: Lengthens and stretches the calves, hamstrings and back. Pigeon Pose: Deep hip opening pose, releases muscle tightness due to running. Back Bends: To strengthen lower back and upper body. Fish Pose: Opens the throat, chest and lungs, increasing airflow and lung capacity. Candle Pose: Reverses the blood flow to the legs, good recovery pose after running. Legs-Up-The-Wall Pose: Inversion of the legs, restorative pose, encourages blood flow. Corpse Pose: (also known as Savasana) relaxation pose, best recovery pose after a run.
“During the course of an average mile run, the foot will strike the ground 1,000 times – and the force of impact on each foot is about three to four times the body weight” (Yoga Journal, 2011). Yoga is the perfect counter to the activity of running. Running is swift forward movement in a lateral position. Over miles and miles of training, overuse imbalances often occur in a runner’s body as a result of the repetitive contractions and shortening of the running muscles. This adds pressure to the skeletal structure as muscles tighten beyond the normal range, placing strain on other joints. Yoga poses lengthen the muscles involved in running, whilst building strength and mobility in all the joints of the body, creating an overall resistance to the forces of running. A study in 2005 found that brief yoga exercises (that had been designed to improve the performance of long distance runners) did make a small but a significant difference and improvement to the runners (Donohue, B. et al. 2006).
Runners often find themselves preparing for a competition, and races provide a stimulus for training. But the commitment and concentration required can be stressful, possibly taking away the feeling of freedom that running can bring – and this is where yoga comes in. The beauty of yoga for runners is that it teaches an awareness of the
mind. In yoga we learn how to tune into the mind – and how to control thoughts that can unsettle the breath and the body. The physical yoga poses (and the pranayama breathing exercises mentioned above) are excellent for runners because they enable us to realize that by staying relaxed yet focused (for example during training or more importantly during a competition) will help us to become more complete runners. It will also help to control the release of stress related hormones into the bloodstream often related to nervous tension. Developing a sense of the integration of the mind, the body and the breath can save energy and therefore you may even run faster. To again link back to Born To Run, the author, Christopher McDougall, after months of training and preparation for an ultra-distance race realized that he was starting to find aerobic exercise meditative. The coach had advised against yoga, but Christopher was actually doing yoga without realizing: checking his posture during a run, monitoring his breathing rate, checking his thought patterns and relaxing. The author even states that on a long run he felt, “Like a fish slipping back into water” (McDougall, 2010), like he was born to run. Was this a moment of enlightenment? Was running becoming yoga? Yoga can and does lead to the same sensation. If regular yoga practice had been incorporated into his preparation for the race, Christopher might have found that the natural feeling of a connection with the environment was easier to attain during training, enabling him to run for longer and reach his full potential sooner. For a runner this connection using yoga (and maybe meditative techniques) is highly beneficial, it builds selfbelief, strength and confidence, and allows previously unrealized goals to be aimed for, and reached. We may have been born to run, but the practice of yoga alongside running can teach runners how to move calmly, efficiently and yet, strongly. And by using the breath and the mind we may even reach an enlightened state. Yoga is for runners. BY SUSIE STEPHEN Contact Susie with questions about yoga and/or running via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
References: The Complete Yoga Book. James Hewitt. Schocken Press. 1977. Effects of brief yoga exercises and motivational preparatory interventions in distance runners: results of a controlled trial. British J o u rnal of Sports Medicine; 40:60-63. Donohue, B. et al. 2006. B o rn To Run. Christopher McDougall. Alfrd A. Knopf. 2010 Yoga Journal Online. http://www.yogajournal.com/lifestyle/192. Feb 2011.
July 4, 2013 7:00 a.m. Kailua High School
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Epilepsy Foundation of Hawaii 12th Annual Freedom Run
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS July 4
Onsite Registration Opens
Race and Walk begins
8 - 9 am
10:00 am Parade (Kailua Town)
Time and Location of early packet pickup/registration to be announced on Facebook, Twittter, and www.HawaiiEpilepsy.com. Visit us online for details. Onsite Registration and packet pickup 07/04/2013 beginning 6 am Kailua H.S. (451 Ulumanu Dr.) Enter from Ulumanu Drive off of Kailua Road All courses start at the south entrance of Kailua H.S Wheelchairs, strollers, and pets (on leash) welcome.
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2013 IRONMAN NEW ZEALAND
Racing in Middle Earth My primary concern in signing up for Ironman New Zealand, set for March 2, 2013, was weather. In both 2006 and 2012, a large contingent of Hawaii athletes was hit with horrendous weather that caused race organizers to modify and shorten the event. I had to consider that a compromised race was a good possibility. However, race conditions in 2013 were perfect, in fact much warmer than I expected, with a mid-afternoon temperature of about 80 degrees. The race venue is Taupo, a small, all-season resort town on the shore of Lake Taupo, smackdab in the middle of the North Island of New Zealand. There are numerous motels, resorts, dining and shopping options. The terrain is primarily rolling hills and farmlands with beautiful mountain vistas in the distance. It’s about a 3-? hour drive or 45 minute flight from Auckland, an airport you can reach non-stop from Honolulu in about 9 hours. The swim takes place in freshwater Lake Taupo, which is crystal clear. On race day, the water was absolutely flat and a reasonable 67 degrees—a perfect temperature for a long-sleeved wetsuit. It is a well-marked rectangular swim with an ocean start. The course is out and back with no noticeable current and a finish at a beach with a few rocks that remind you to swim as close to shore as possible before standing up. The run to T1 is exceptionally long—400 meters along a hillside and then up a slope and then stairs. The bike starts with a nice, flat warm-up along Lake Terrace Boulevard where you can load energy from the fans and take in a beautiful view of volcanic mountains and the swim course. Soon, you take a left turn and make a climb up and out of town that will get your heart rate up, but should not zap your energy. There are gentle and moderate rollers along the 2-loop 112-mile bike course and some flat and fast straightaways. Wind wasn’t a major player this year, but it did pick up on the second loop. The roads on this course are paved using a “chip seal” technique that delivers a bumpy ride. Parts of the course are rougher than others and I found myself tiring from the bouncing, especially on the second loop where a particularly rough side road is tacked on to get the required distance. As you approach the finish, there’s a nice quick entry into town and into transition, although roads are open and you have to be mindful of traffic. The run was changed from 2 to 3 loops in 2013 to make it more spectator-friendly. This makes for 3 times through and between a couple of neighborhoods that deliver ups and downs and turns and surface changes. It may be a bit difficult to get a consistent rhythm going, but friendly and encouraging spectators are all along the course ready to remark “well done” and cheer you on. On each loop you receive an elastic armband to indicate how many loops you’ve completed. The finish chute loops you into the park where you started the day. The overall race experience is low key and fun.
Most of the 1400 participants are Kiwis, some of them have done this race for years and years. Volunteers know what they’re doing and are plentiful. The community seems to truly enjoy the event and look forward to it each year. Wine and champagne glasses come out among spectators as cocktail hour arrives, and beer is enjoyed much earlier. Everything is smooth and efficient, which may be due in part to this being the oldest Ironman outside of Kona. Next year will
be the 30th Anniversary of Ironman New Zealand and they are celebrating by adding extra Kona slots.
If you’re willing to risk the weather (which I was told by the locals is usually good) I would absolutely recommend you add Ironman New Zealand to your to-race list, or even consider it as an option for your first Ironman. It’s also gives you a great reason to visit Middle Earth, one of the most beautiful places in the world.
BY LORI MCCARNEY Learn more about this race and my personal racing and training experiences by visiting www.lorimccarney.com.
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These two legends have beaten decades of young guns and still going...
& How long have you been running/biking? since 1979
Why did you start running/biking?
I always out ran my teammates
I felt so good to be alble to get out
Can you share any secrets on how to train and be fit for all these years? consistency
What is your favorite workout?
long runs before sunrise
love climbing mountains
I run/bike because....
I can eat a lot!
I can eat more!
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Lea Lea Charity Run & Clean up 5K Charity Run & Clean up
For event participants, there will be Wonderful awards and Door prizes for all!
Round trip neighbor island air ticket Hotel accommodation Restaurant gift certificates Spa gift certificate Golf for 2 parties ...And many other wonderful prizes!
Door prizes, randomly selected !! CO-HOSTED BY HISLEA
(Hawaii Senior Life Enrichment Association)
participating in the Third Annual "Lea Lea Charity
Adult (Over 18yr) :$40 (By August 6,2013) Student: $20 (By August 6,2013) *student ID Required Senior (Over 60yr) : $20 (By August 6,2013) Child (Over 5yr): $20 (By August 6,2013) $50 (After August 7,2013) Adult/ Student/ Senior/ Child ＊No race day registration, August 10, 2013 Includes finishers T-shirts. Entry fee is non-refundable. Entries must be postmarked by August 6, 2013. (No T-shirt guarantee after August 6, 2013) Make checks payable to: Hawaii HIS Corporation 2250 Kalakaua Ave. Suite 403, Honolulu, HI 96815 Enter On-line:
Packet Pick up
＊Thursday, August 8 at H.I.S Hawaii LeaLea Lounge from 1pm to 4pm.
Address:Royal Hawaiian Center, Building B, 3rd Floor Phone:(808)923-3421
＊Friday, August 9 at Runners Route from 1pm to 5pm.
Address:1322 Kapiolani Blvd, Honolulu, HI 96814 Phone:(808)941-3111
Awards for top 3 males and females. Chip timing by Pacific Sports Event. T-shirt not guaranteed for late registration.
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At first glance,
North Shore Swim Series Race Director Chris Gardner doesn’t appear to be the serious and highly organized Type A personality Event Director that his title would seem to call for. At most of his meetings, he breezes in attired in board shorts and slippers, his sandy colored hair looking appropriately beach tousled as if he just came in from a morning surf session. And in most cases, he actually has just come in from a morning surf session. There is sand on his feet.
Gardner stands at the helm of the North Shore Swim Series, a much anticipated open water swim event that kicks off the start of the ocean swim season on Oahu. Four distinct swims, each with its own distance and venue are unrolled over the course of the summer, drawing large numbers of ocean swim enthusiasts of all ages and abilities to swim along the spectacular North Shore coastline. A former professional surfer, Gardner brings his trademark, laid back style to his events, creating a vibe that has catapulted the Series to be known as the preeminent open ocean swim event of Hawaii.
As celebrated sports in Hawaii, surfing and ocean swimming are intricately linked and because of this, surfers and swimmers are brethen. Make no bones about it, explains Gardner, the North Shore Swim Series has inherent connections with North Shore surf history itself. During the late 50’s and early 60’s, surfers began arriving en masse, beckoned by the allure of massive surf. The powerful winter swells proved a formidable testing ground for those eager for the challenge. They relished the thrilling opportunity to harness the mighty beasts that Mother Nature unleashed. And yet, as the season settled and the waters became docile, many departed as quickly as they had come, scouting out more waves in Australia or heading back home to California. Others stayed and put down their roots. Indeed, while the winter surf offered thrills, the blue crystalline waters of summer offered something entirely different: knowledge. “The guys who stayed, At the office: When not busy orchestrating they recognized something special about this the swims, NSSS Race Director Chris place” Gardner says. “There was still so much to Gardner demonstrates his other talents. learn and do. Why leave?” They didn’t.
To this day, big wave surfing requires serious physical conditioning and the surfers who remain on the North Shore during the off-season, take full advantage of the calmer summertime waters to hone their swimming skills and familiarize themselves with the coastline, reef formations, and channels. That intimate knowledge of the coast and the ocean swim training that accompanies it, helped to produce legendary surfers like Eddie Aikau, Peter Cole, and Warren Harlowe among others. “Those surfers were cross training before the ‘cross train’ term was coined,” Gardner laughs in reflection. “Eddie Aikau was a lifeguard at Waimea during the summer. Peter Cole built his house at Sunset and was swimming the Point, Warren still lives at Pipeline to this day. They were all swimming and running the beaches. They were great watermen. You think they weren’t taking everything in?”
The Series tugs at Gardner’s surfing heartstrings. As a surfer, he knows how critical swim conditioning is in regards to surfing ability. Having the courage to race down a 20 foot face at Pipeline quickly becomes a moot point once your board is torn out from under your feet and you have to rely on pure swim fitness to survive the ensuing monster set coming in from the horizon. You have to be in shape to navigate unpredictable ocean conditions. In general, swimming aids your paddling endurance. Ocean swimming, however, rachets it up a notch.
Gardner sees the Series’ own history as a branch of the North Shore’s surfing history. Come summer, the North Shore offers impressive waters that even the most hard-core surfer (and swimmer) can’t resist. “It is so nice to see all the watermen (and women) at our races” Gardner says. “That’s how it started out in the beginning. Mark Cunningham was out at our first races, doing the North Shore Challenge. We still have Warren Harlowe coming out to swim even now. Last year, we were stoked to have Carissa Moore, the 2011 Women’s Surf World Champion.”
As the Series continues to grow in popularity over the years, Gardner finds quiet satisfaction in seeing the Series’ relevance to the sport of surfing, especially out here on the North Shore, the undisputed mecca for big wave surfing. “The Series gives people an opportunity to swim where in the winter, giant surf is breaking. They are swimming in the same waters that legends were made.” BY R. SOJOT
PHOTOGRAPH BY CYNDIA LAVIK
EARLY BIRD ENTRY $115 for all 4 swims FOR UPDATES: hawaiiswim.com & waikikiswimclub.org
YEAR ANNIVERSARY 2013
NORTH SHORE SUMMER SPRINT
WAIMEA BAY SWIM
— ALL SWIMS START AT 9:00 AM — ENTRY FEE: $35 per event. Each entry includes competitor’s t-shirt,
refreshments & age group awards. NO REFUNDS. We reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone for any reason. Checks payable to: Waikiki Swim Club. Mail to: 94-463 Alapine St., Waipahu, HI 96797-4515, attn: Linda Moran.
LATE ENTRIES: $50 per event. Postmarked after entry deadline or on
race day. No shirt guarantees for late entries. DO NOT MAIL AFTER ENTRY DEADLINE, bring application to beach.
AWARDS/DIVISIONS: Top 3 finishers in the following divisions (Male & Female): Elite, 10 & under, 11-12, 13-14, 15-19, standard 5 year age groups (20-24, 25-29, 30-34, etc.) Series awards for swimmers who swim all events (1st - 3rd, same divisions). REGISTRATION: Registration and Warm-up: 7:30 to 8:30 am. No entries taken after 8:30 am - NO EXCEPTIONS!
SWIM SERIES CHUNS TO NORTH SHORE WAIMEA SWIM CHALLENGE EQUIPMENT: Goggles, face masks & snorkels are permitted. Wetsuits are not allowed. Swim suits for men may be briefs or jammers hip to knee. Women’s suits may be one or two piece shoulder to hip. No fins, hand paddles, or other equipment permitted.
SAFETY: SWIM CAPS ARE MANDATORY. Caps will be provided if needed. Competitors without caps will be disqualified. No personal escorts. Lifeguards will patrol the course during race.
TIME LIMITS: Swimmers must pass the half way point in the Chun’s to Waimea and North Shore Challenge 1 hour 15 minutes. Swimmers not passing half way mark will be escorted to shore. INSTRUCTIONS: 8:45 am. Anyone not present at course instructions will not be allowed to compete.
INFORMATION: 372-8885 hawaiiswim.com
IMPORTANT! PLEASE ENTER YOUR NAME THE SAME WAY ON EACH APPLICATION IF YOU WANT ACCURATE SERIES RESULTS
Early Bird Entry $115
Postmarked by June 1, ‘13
Aloha Salads Sprint - $35
Postmarked by June 12, ‘13
Cholo’s Waimea Swim - $35
Postmarked by June 26, ‘13
JACO Chun’s to Waimea - $35
Postmarked by July 10, ‘13
Jamba N. Shore Challenge - $35
Postmarked by July 24, ‘13
Day of Race/ Late Entry - $50
WAIVER &RELEASE STATEMENT: I Agree to comply with the rules, regulations, and event instructions of the 2013 Surf’nSea North Shore Swim Series. I Know that swimming in the ocean is a potentially hazardous activity. I am aware of and assume all risks with swimming in these events, including, but not limited to, contact with other participants, the effects of weather, including surf conditions, currents, and the conditions of the ocean. In consideration of my accepting this entry, I for myself and anyone entitled to act on my behalf, waive and release from any and all claims for injuries and damages I may have against North Shore Triathlon, Waikiki Swim Club, the City and County of Honolulu, State of Hawaii, United States of America, the sponsors, their agents and representatives arising out of my participation in this event, including pre-and post-race activities. I ATTEST that I am physically fit and have sufficiently trained for competition in the 2012 Surf’nSea North Shore Swim Series. I have read the particulars on this race application and understand that this race is a physically demanding event. I CONSENT to receive medical treatment which may be advisable in the event of illness or injury suffered by me during this event. I GIVE PERMISSION for free use of my name, voice or picture in any broadcast, telecast, advertising promotion and other account of this event. We reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone for any reason.
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Waikiki Roughwater Swim September 2, 8:30AM
Athletes for the Arts Presents the 4th Annual
Volcano Rain Forest Runs Half Marathon, 10K & 5K
August 17, 2013 -Volcano, Hawai’i Entry Fees:
After June 1, 2013: After Aug. 1, 2013:
½ Marathon ‑ $65 ½ Marathon ‑ $75 ½ Marathon ‑ $85
10K ‑ $40 10K ‑ $45 10K ‑ $50 5K
5K - $25 Fees are non refundable for any reason, 5K - $30 including cancelation due to natural disasters. 5K - $35 This event is just minutes from Hawaii Volcanoes Nat’l Park 19 and under always $20
Late Registration and packet pick‑up: Friday, August 16th, at Niaulani Campus in Volcano Village 10:00am - 6:00pm. There is no race day registration for the 1/2 Marathon. You may pick up your race number from 5:30 am until race start. 10K & 5K can register race day until 7:00 am. (T-shirts are not guaranteed for late entries)
Courses: All runs start and finish at Cooper Center on Wright Road in the heart of Volcano Village and traverse the quaint village roads through the beautiful native rain forest and ranch lands with stunning views of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa in the distance.
Aid Stations: Located every 1 to 1.25 miles - stocked with water, ice and Ultima Replacement fluid www.ultimareplenisher.com
½ Marathon – 7:00 am
10K Run – 7:30 am
5K Run/Walk – 7:45 am
Award Presentations: 10:30 am
Art Awards: Top 3 Male & Female for the Half Marathon, Overall Winners for the 10K & 5K, and Top 2 M/F in each 10 yr age division for all 3 events. Note: The 5K will have additional awards for the 8 & under, 9-13, and 14-19 age groups. Military Division: Top Male & Female in all 3 races. Free Keiki Runs – 10:00 am 1-4 yrs old – 100 Yd Dash 5-7 yrs old – 200 Yd Dash Rain Forest Grill Lunch – Race Day 8/17: # of lunches ____
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Event information and online registration can be found at: www.rainforestruns.com
------------------------------------------------------------------------------Last First Sex: M F Circle one Address Zip
Email: Circle Race: ½ Marathon
Grill Lunch Donation to VAC
5K Run/Walk Circle T-Shirt Size:
Checks Payable to: Athletes for the Arts Mail entries to: Sharron Faff – Race Director
$__________ $__________ $__________ $__________
Age on Race Day _____
month / day / year
Circle for Military Division: yes (Awards top M/F in each race)
last day to mail: 8/13
PO Box 326 Volcano, HI 96785
To Volunteer or for Information (808) 967-8240 or VAC (808)967-8222
firstname.lastname@example.org Waiver: I am participating in the Volcano Art Center Rain Forest Runs - ½ Marathon, 10K or 5K and I agree to comply with the rules, regulations and event instructions. I understand that participating in a road race is a potentially hazardous activity and can result in serious injury or death. I am aware of and I expressly assume all inherent risks associated with participating in this event, including, but not limited to: falls, contact with other participants, and objects, the effects of weather, including high heat and humidity, traffic, and the conditions of the road. In consideration of your accepting this entry, I for myself and anyone entitled to act on my behalf waive and release from any and all claims for injuries and damages I may have against the Volcano Art Center, sponsors, State of Hawaii, County of Hawaii, the United States of America, their agents and representatives caused by the negligence of any of them arising out of my participation in this event, including pre and post race activities. I attest that I am physically fit and have sufficiently trained for completion of the event. I consent to receive medical treatment which may be advisable in the event of illness or injuries suffered by me during this event, and I agree to pay for the costs of my medical treatment. I give permission for the free use of my name, voice or picture in any broadcast, telecast, advertising promotion or other account of this event. I agree that electronic submission of this application constitutes agreement to all the terms of this waiver and release statement. I understand that any and all fees paid by me in association with this event are non-refundable.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________ Signature of Entrant (If entrant is under 18 years of age signature of parent or guardian) Date
2013 DUKE’S WAIKIKI OCEAN MILE SWIM Celebrate Duke’s Birthday at the Duke’s OceanFest 2013 Proceeds to benefit the Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Scholarship Fund
DATE & TIME: Saturday, August 24th, 9:00 AM Start. Check-in between 7:30 AM and 8:45 AM. WHERE: Duke’s Canoe Club on Waikiki Beach. COURSE: Triangular course. Swim out the channel, around two outside buoys, and return to the beach. TIMING: All entrants will be supplied with an ankle band with a timing chip, provided by Timeline. AGE GROUPS: Men and Women: 13 and under, 14-16, 17-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 + ENTRY FEE/DEADLINE: Swim is open to first 400 entrants. $30 per swimmer, postmarked by August 16, 2013. Late entries will be accepted for $35 per swimmer.
Checks payable to: DUKE’S OCEANFEST Mail entry fee and application to: Timeline P.O. Box 25566 Honolulu, HI 96825 AWARDS: Commemorative Plaques will be awarded to First Place in each age group and Gift Certificates presented to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finishers in each age group. All finishers will receive refreshments and 2013 Duke’s Ocean Mile Swim shirt. Awards ceremony at Duke’s following the race. FOR MORE INFORMATION: Brent Imonen Email: email@example.com Online applications: www.dukesoceanfest.com
Name: __________________________________________________ Phone: _______________________ \ Address: ______________________________________________________________________________ Email: ________________________________________________________________________________ Male __________
Entry Fee @ $30 Late Entry Fee @ $35 Total amount enclosed
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Age on race day: _____________
I, the undersigned participant, intending to be legally bound, hereby certify that I am physically fit and have not been otherwise informed by a physician. I acknowledge that I am aware of all the risks inherent in open water swimming, including possible permanent disability or death, and agree to assume all these risks.
AS A CONDITION OF MY PARTICIPATION IN THIS OPEN WATER SWIM, I HEREBY WAIVE ANY AND ALL RIGHTS TO CLAIMS FOR LOSS OR DAMAGES, INCLUDING ALL CLAIMS FOR LOSS OR DAMAGES CAUSED BY THE NEGLIGENCE, ACTIVE OR PASSIVE, OF THE FOLLOWING: DUKE’S WAIKIKI, OUTRIGGER DUKE KAHANAMOKU FOUNDATION, ODKF SUPPORT INC, CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULU
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Windward Half Marathon & 5K SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2013, 6:00 AM
Benefit for Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii - Windward Clubhouse Start/Finish at Kailua Intermediate School, 145 S. Kainalu Dr.
Other Race Event: Keiki 100 Yards 8:30am
5K & 5K Baby Joggers
Wheelchair 5:50am, Runner 6:00am
$40 by Aug. 20, $45 after Aug. 20
15 and under, 16-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+ Wheelchair, all ages
Wheelchair 6:10am, Runner 6:20am
$25 by Aug. 20, $30 after Aug. 20
10 & under, 11-12, 13-15, 16-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+ Wheelchair, all ages Baby Joggers: top 3 female & male
Keiki 100 Yard Dash Start time:
Sat., Sep. 7 Sun., Sept. 8
$15 (no keiki t-shirts)
First 3 finishers, 3, 4, & 5 years old. Goodie bags for all entrants.
12noon – 5:00pm 5:00am – 5:45pm
Running Room, 819 Kapahulu Ave., Honolulu Windward Clubhouse, 145 S. Kainalu Dr., Kailua
To volunteer or for more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org Register online at www.active.com* or send registration & payment to BGCH • 150 Hamakua Drive PMB #807 • Kailua • HI • 96734
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Age on Race Day
Last Name Address
Runner Baby Jogger Wheelchair Male Female
When will you pick up your race packet:
(No t-shirt guaranteed for entries after Aug 20th.)
Child S Child M Child L ___ Saturday ___ Race Day
Adult S Adult M Adult L Adult XL Adult XXL
Waiver (read carefully, sign, and date): In consideration of your accepting this entry, I the undersigned, intending to hereafter be legally bound, hereby, for myself, my heirs, personal representatives and assigns, waive and release any and all rights and claims for injuries and damages I may have against, and agree to hold harmless, the Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii, Castle Medical Center, the City and County of Honolulu, the State of Hawaii, all club officials of this race, and their officers, sponsors, agents, employees, representatives, volunteers, successors, and assigns, for any and all injuries and damages suffered by me in connection with this race. I attest and certify that I am physically fit, that I have sufficiently trained for this competition, and that my physical condition has been licensed by a medical doctor.
Signature of Entrant (signature of Parent or Guardian also if entrant is under 18 years) * Additional $3.95 on-line processing fee will be charged by Active.com for all on-line registrations.
REGISTRATION FEE $25 MINIMUM FUNDRAISING GOAL TO RIDE $200
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2013 QUEEN KAPIOLANI PARK *Routes to include a 5 mile (Keiki/Ohana ride), 10 mile, 25 mile, and a 50 mile bike ride from Queen Kapiolani Park between and up to Kailua Beach Park. All routes end at Queen Kapiolani Park.
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Recovery Walk and 5k Dry Run 7:30am Saturday, September 14, 2013 ** Kapiolani Park** COURSE: Starts near Waikiki Shell on Monsarrat Ave. Ends at the Honolulu Marathon finish line. FEES:
$25 by Aug. 31, $35 (late) after Aug. 31, packet p/u and Race Day (Limited T-shirt available for late entries.)
On-line Military discount code: “freedom” and Teams 10+ discount code: “delta10” ON-LINE ENTRIES: www.recoverywalkhawaii.org or www.active.com (ends 11:59 pm Sept. 12) AWARDS: Top 3 finishers M/F. Top 3 M/F in age groups. PACKET PICKUP:
W Sept. 11 (4pm—closing) Runner’s HI, Aiea
Th Sept. 12 (4pm-8pm) Runner’s Route, Honolulu (941-3111)
Sept. 13 (4pm-7pm) Running Room, Honolulu
**with 2 hour DANCE Party at 9:45am and PICNIC at 12:15**
Make checks payable and mail to: TIMELINE HAWAII, PO BOX 25566, Honolulu, HI 96825 Check only one
7:30 am start
$25 by Aug. 31, $35 after Aug. 31 State
7:35 am start (not timed)
Total Fee Enclosed ($_______) (No refunds)
Sex: (circle) M F Birthdate: ___ /___ /____ Shirt size: (circle) Regular t-shirt:
Extra fees for: 2XL +$1, 3XL +$2, 4XL +$3
**Paid Runners/Walkers can join DANCE Party for FREE at 9:45am**
WAIVER REQUIRED: (Note: Parents or guardian must sign the waiver for each runner/walker under 18 years of age) I hereby release The Recovery Walk organizers; the City and County of Honolulu; State of Hawaii; and all governmental agencies whose property and/or personnel are used, The Hawaii Substance Abuse Coalition, Hina Mauka, and other sponsoring or co-sponsoring company(ies), agency(ies), volunteers, or individual(s) from responsibility for any injuries or damages I may suffer as a result of my participation in the Recovery Walk and Dry Run 5k. I hereby certify that I am in good condition and am able to safely participate in this event. I will additionally permit the use of my name, pictures and video in broadcasts, telecasts, newspapers, brochures, etc. I also understand that the t-shirt purchase is non-refundable. As a participant, I certify that all information provided in this form is true and complete. I have read the entry information provided for the event and certify my compliance by signature below.
SIGNATURE: ___________________________________________________________________________________ DATE: __________________________
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6 6:30 AM 4 MILES
Please support a unique and exciting opportunity for our island community to experience the beauty of the scenic Ka Iwi coastline at a runner’s and/or walker’s pace.
COURSE Race starts at 6:30 am The First Annual Ka Iwi Coast Run & Walk is a community oriented 4mile journey along the famous Ka Iwi coast scenic highway to be held on Sunday, Oct. 6, 2013. The event begins at 6:30 am with the rise of the sun over the Ka Iwi Channel at 6:30am and the performance of a specially composed Hawaiian oli (chant). The run starts at Awawamalu (known as Sandy Beach) and continues around the Ka Iwi coastline, passes Halona and Hanauma Bay and finishes at the Hui Nalu Canoe Club halau on the shores of Maunalua Bay. OTHER DETAILS Shuttle service provided to the starting line. In addition to a race t-shirt, up to 1000 entrants will receive a commemorative hand-blown glass fishing float. Light refreshments will be provided at the end of the race. Other details provided at www.kaiwicoastrun.org. ENTRY FEE $40 A non-refundable, non-transferable fee of $40 must accompany each entry. (12 years & under $30.) Entries must be postmarked by Sept. 13, 2013. Make check or money order payable to: Hui Nalu Canoe Club. Mail to: Time Line, P.O. Box 25566, Honolulu, HI, 96825. LATE ENTRIES ADD $10 For entries postmarked on Sept. 14, 2013 or later please include additional $10 for late processing. No postmarked entries will be received after Oct.1, 2013.
DAY OF RACE ENTRIES $60 Day of race entries will be $60. (12 years & under will be $50) Cash only. Sorry, no guarantee of t-shirt or commemorative glass fishing float. AWARDS/DIVISIONS Top 3 in Men & Women in the following divisions: Elite, 10 & under, 11-15, 16-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65+ ROY S EXCLUSIVE RUN PACKAGE $150 includes brunch Includes: Race entry, pupus, wine, and beer with packet pick-up on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013, 1 pm – 4 pm at Roy s Hawaii Kai. Plus a Champagne Brunch on Sunday, Oct. 6, 2013 following race at Roy s Hawaii Kai at 9:30 am. PACKET PICK UP Please visit www.kaiwicoastrun.org for information on packet pick-up. INFORMATION WEBSITE: www.kaiwicoastrun.org EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org CALL: 808.256.7394 (Patsy Vasquez) LIKE: facebook.com/kaiwicoastrun TWEET: twitter.com/kaiwicoast All proceeds go to Hui Nalu Canoe Club, a 501(c)3 organization and are tax deductible as allowable by law.
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DATE OF BIRTH
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WAIVER & RELEASE: I agree to comply with the rules, regulations and event instructions of the Ka Iwi Coast Run & Walk. I am aware of and assume all risks with participating in this event. In consideration of this application being accepted, I, the undersigned, intending to be legally bound, hereby, for myself, my heirs, executors and administrators, waive and release any and all rights and claims for damages I may have against Hui Nalu Canoe Club, race officials, volunteers, sponsors, the City & County of Honolulu and the State of Hawaii resulting from my involvement in this event. I will additionally permit the free use of my name, photograph and interviews in association with this event in broadcast, telecast, advertisements, films, videotapes or any reproduction thereof.
I have read and understand the waiver above. Signature
Parent s signature if entrant under 18 years of age
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Group run every Tuesday 5:30PM 1322 Kapiolani Blvd. RESULTS SPONSORED BY RUNNERS ROUTE CASTLE TO HANAUMA TIME TRIAL March 3, 2013 • 12 miles
Male Elite 1. Mike Zagorski . . . . . . . 26:56.1 2. Jason Smith . . . . . . . . 27:01.8 3. Ben Williams . . . . . . . . 28:09.9 Male Master 35-1 1. Tony Lang . . . . . . . . . . 28:43.2 2. Aaron Sundberg . . . . . 29:36.5 3. Carl Brooks . . . . . . . . . 29:47.8 Male Elite 4/5 1. Jason Dolbeck . . . . . . 29:27.3 2. Bill Lezzer . . . . . . . . . . 30:17.4 3. Richard Galluzzi . . . . . 30:28.8 Male Master 50 1. Ray Brust . . . . . . . . . . 28:16.8 2. Kevin Kawainui . . . . . . 31:15.5 3. Anthony Locey . . . . . . 31:42.6 Male Junior 1. Cedric Cortes . . . . . . . 33:29.0 2. Nainoa Ching . . . . . . . 42:35.9 3. Pono Fujitoni . . . . . . . 42:44.7. Female Elite 1. Kimberly Shenk . . . . . 32:24.9 2. Patricia Choo . . . . . . . 34:58.7 3. Kim Burnett . . . . . . . . 35:19.1 Female Masters 1. Michelle Simmons . . . 31:21.3 2. Erika Eberhart . . . . . . . 33:03.5 3. Monique Van Der Aa . 35:24.2. Female Masters 1. Michele Henry . . . . . . . 36:54.1 2. Anne Perry . . . . . . . . . 37:15.5 3. Kate Johnson . . . . . . . 37:26.7 Mountain Bike 1. David Lum . . . . . . . . . 36:50.2 2. Shepherd Myers . . . . . 39:28.0 3. Tristan Pokini . . . . . . . 54:54.1
HAPALUA HALF MARATHON
March 10, 2013 • Waikiki The Hapalua Chase 1. Stephen Marthy . . . . . 1:01:46 2. Christina Wong . . . . . . 1:01:50 3. Kim Kuehnert . . . . . . . 1:01:59 4. Allen Wagner . . . . . . . . 1:02:29 5. Jonathan Lyau . . . . . . 1:02:47 6. Todd lacovelli . . . . . . . 1:03:07 7. Nataliia Kravchuk . . . . 1:03:39 8. Polina Babkina . . . . . . 1:03:47 9. Nathan Carlson . . . . . . 1:03:53 10. Jill Thompson . . . . . . 1:04:22 Male 14 and under 1. Kala Campbell . . . . . 1:41:00.0 2. Lucas Martin . . . . . . 1:45:13.4 3. Jace Patsel . . . . . . . . 1.49:59.5 Male 15-19 1. Masahiko Obiki . . . . 1:15:49.4 2. Makai Clemons . . . . 1 23:12.1 3. Andrew Meza . . . . . . 1:26:12.9 Male 20-24 1. Leandro Santillan . . . 1:11.50.9 2. Keisuke Hirano . . . . . 1:12.08.9 3. Davey Cagle . . . . . . . 1:19:29.4 Male 25-29 1. Ben Williams . . . . . . 1:12:31.7 2. David Guerdan . . . . . 1:17:00.7 3. Mark Callei . . . . . . . . 1:22:10.4
Male 30-34 1. Matthew Libstorff . . . 1:22:56.0 2. Jesus Deniz, . . . . . . 1:24:21.5 3. Timothy Busby. . . . . 1.26:26.1 Male 35-39 1. Selvin Henriquez . . . 220.127.116.11 2. Peter Puntigam . . . . . 1:24:22.4 3. Marco Troni . . . . . . . 1:28:11.2 Male 40-44 1. Bongjoo Lee. . . . . . . 1:18:44.9 2. Michael Garrison . . . 1:21:20.8 3. William Gardner . . . . 1:24:05.4 Male 45-49 1. Eugene T. Schudy . . 1.26:05.5 2. Randy Taniguchi . . . 1:26:56.1 3. Karl Honma . . . . . . . 1.28:11.0 Male 50-54 1. Rory Switzer . . . . . . 1:21:28.1 2. Craig Knohl . . . . . . . 1:32:28.9 3. Michael Walker . . . . 1:32:59.5 Male 55-59 1. Joseph Bariyanga . . 1:20:33.5 2. Tom Cali . . . . . . . . . . 1:31:26.5 3. Phil Edelen . . . . . . . . 1:42:40.6 Male 60-64 1. Michael Georgi . . . . . 1:29:16.5 2. Edward Bugarin . . . . 1:34:38.2 3. Michael Kasamoto . 1:43:49.0. Male 65-69 1. Ron Pate . . . . . . . . . 1:34:42.6 2. Keith Campbell . . . . . 1:43:21.0 3. Frederick Mark . . . . . 1:44:17.7 Male 70-74 1. Jim Richardson . . . . 2:06:35.7 2. Larry Bliss . . . . . . . . 2:09:11.9 3. Alec Brownlow . . . . . 2:17:15.1 Male 75-79 1. Kit Smith . . . . . . . . . 2:09:44.3 2. Teruo Araki . . . . . . . 2:12:00.5 3. Patrick Higgins . . . . 2:23:54.2 Female 14 and under 1. Shaynna Whitte . . . . 2:15:15.1 2. Sophia Saiki . . . . . . . 2:45:05.0 3. Kyla Nitahara . . . . . . 3:01:51.5 Female 15-19 1. Megan Dzurka . . . . . 1:52:33.3 2. Courtney Contrades . 2:04:11.0 3. Marissa Bryant . . . . 2:14:23.9 Female 20-24 1. Liz Lindsay, . . . . . . . 1:36.34.3 2. Briana McCready . . . 1:39:32.2 3. Nikka Takane . . . . . . 1:42:25.2 Female 25-29 1. Susan Richardson. . . 1:26:18.5 2. Jenny Partridge . . . . 1:32:20.7 3. Kathleen O’Neil . . . . 1:32:22.7 Female 30-34 1. Tammy Bautista . . . . 1:31:46.1 2. Nicole Kanoho . . . . . 1:35:24.3 3. Emmie Saigusa . . . . 1:35:44.3 Female 35-39 1. Amber Momblow . . . 1:37:29.2 2. Amy Gordon . . . . . . 1:37:29.8 3. Diana Jones . . . . . . . 1:38:34.6 Female 40-44 1. Malia Clemons . . . . . 1:33:07.3 2. Victoria Feyedelem. . 1:44:31.9 3. Aki Hayakawa . . . . . . 1:46:58.8 Female 45-49 1. Stefy Matsumara . . . 1:33:57.1 2. Uilani Pauole De Sa . 1:40:58.7 3. Gay Murakami . . . . . 1:44:05.4
Female 50-54 1. Kelley Flood . . . . . . . 1:40:25.9 2. Victoria Daniel . . . . . 1:41:30.9 3. Carole Ann Higa. . . . 1:45:32.6 Female 55-59 1. Eriko Nishio Fong . . 1:51:45.3 2. Connie Comiso . . . . 1:59:35.1 3. Claudia Nordin . . . . . 2:01:41.4 Female 60-64 1. Shuko Yamane . . . . . 1:50:58.0 2. R. Adam-Terem . . . . 2:00:21.4 3. Georgiane Senda . . . 2:03:41.9 Female 65-69 1. Lee Saltonstall . . . . . 2:12:02.7 2. Mary Duryea . . . . . . 2:28:25.4 3. Cathy Van Brocklin . 2:28:27.8 Female 70-74 1. Judith Carlson . . . . . 2:44:50.0 2. Joy Schoenecker . . . 2:48:08.3 3. Elke Spross . . . . . . . 2:49:39.0
April 13, 2013 • 2K Ala Moana Beach Park Male Open 1. Zebron Lemke . . . . . . . 25:22.6 2. Peter Hursty. . . . . . . . . 25:46.0 3. William McCarthy . . . . 27:41.5 Male 15 and under 1. Ethan Bosworth . . . . . 29:04.2 2. Edmond Shiu . . . . . . . 32:00.0 3. Vincent Nasrallah . . . . 33:08.0 Male 16-19 1. Ammon Soma . . . . . . . 31:09.7 2. Kainalu Obayashi . . . . 31:55.1 3. Chayse Hen-Len . . . . . 34:50.4 Male 20-24 1. Samuel Schreier . . . . . 33:33.3 2. Joseph Ugi . . . . . . . . . 34:19.6 3. Lucas Duplan . . . . . . . 35:49.9 Male 25-29 1. George Botsko . . . . . . 31:08.6 2. Jared Bennicoff . . . . . . 40:07.5 3. Ryan Licup . . . . . . . . . 44:32.5 Male 30-34 1. Kenta Okada . . . . . . . . 29:16.2 2. Sam Hiles . . . . . . . . . . 31:06.2 3. David Kissling . . . . . . . 33:46.8 Male 35-39 1. Roben O'Conner . . . . . 27:44.2 2. James Yang . . . . . . . . 29:38.2 3. Cari Van Hartesveldt . . 32:34.3 Male 40-44 1 . Van Cornwall . . . . . . . 29:42.7 2. Michael Chun . . . . . . . 30:28.2 3. Rex Jakobovits . . . . . . 30:28.9 Male 45-49 1. Darin Via . . . . . . . . . . . 32:27.5 2. Bruno Heldt . . . . . . . . 33:03.9 3. Brian Demusis . . . . . . 36:51.7 Male 50-54 1. Russell lwamura . . . . . 30:31.1 Male 55-59 1. Mark Reid . . . . . . . . . . 33:22.5 2. Kevin Kennedy . . . . . . 33:30.2 3. Justin Mew . . . . . . . . . 36:14.2 Male 60-64 1. Alton Motobu . . . . . . . 30:44.1 2. John Weikum . . . . . . . 33:39.7 3. Warren Hayama . . . . . 42:19.7
Male 65-69 1. Robert Fiddes . . . . . . . 31:54.5 Female Open 1. Megan Miller . . . . . . . . 26:37.6 2. Victoria West . . . . . . . 28:18.8 3. Joan Hunter . . . . . . . . 28:23.7 Female 15 and under 1. Megan . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31:22.0 Female 16-19 1. JayIen Ehara . . . . . . . . 37:27.0 2. Johannah Kane . . . . . . 37:40.3 3. Rosemary Strickland . 40:18.7 Female 20-24 1. Deniz Kahramaner . . . 30:02.2 2. Marcail McLean . . . . . 30:52.7 Female 25-29 1. Sarah Gerstein . . . . . . 29:27.4 2. Kayla Abruszzese . . . . . . 30:08 3. Emily Nichols . . . . . . . 33:15.7 Female 30-34 1. Kristy Osborn . . . . . . . 29:48.1 2. Stephanie Messina . . . 38:36.6 3. Jami Waite . . . . . . . . . . 40:51.4 Female 35-39 1. Amanda Sumner. . . . . 34:37.9 Female 40-44 1. Camille Workman . . . . 36:33.1 2. Shannon Former. . . . . 37:46.6 Female 45-49 1. Gail Slawson-Eich . . . . 40:27.4 2. Yvette Stepp . . . . . . . . 43:43.8 3. Wendy Kawabata . . . . 56:08.8 Female 50-54 1. Pleonpit Wuttayagon . . . 41:39 2. Miriam Ha . . . . . . . . . . 42:09.3 Female 55-59 1. Linda Moran . . . . . . . . . 41:32 Female 60-64 1. Nancy Hopkins . . . . . . 43:03.1 Female 65-69 1. Sue Beaudry . . . . . . . . 47:02.4 Female 70 and over 1. Susan Schenck . . . . . . 46:11.4
LANIKAI TRIATHLON April 21, 2013 • Lanikai
Female Overall 1. Natalia Kravchuk . . . . . . 58:56 2. Lectie Altman . . . . . . . 1:01:13 3. Kimberly Shank . . . . . 1:02:40 Female 20-24 1 . Macy Sivadge . . . . . . 1:15:20 2. Elise Laub . . . . . . . . . . 1:16:55 3. Erica Wong . . . . . . . . . 1:23:29 Female 25-29 1. Kathryn Taylor . . . . . . 1:05:16 2. Kristen Fogaren . . . . . . 1:18:05 3. Kelly Nagy. . . . . . . . . . 1:18:45 Female 30-34 1. Mariane Marr . . . . . . . 1:03:07 2. Laurel Dudley . . . . . . . 1:04:43 3. Julia Bryan . . . . . . . . . 1:06:02 Female 35-39 1. Kimberly Burnett . . . . . 1:09:30 2. Corin Gentry-Balding . 1:14:53 3. Priscilla Shaw . . . . . . . 1:15:11 Female 40-44 1. Sandra Ferreira . . . . . . 1:08:11 2. Michelle Ball . . . . . . . . 1:08:38 3. Heidi Schmitt . . . . . . . 1:13:28
Female 45-49 1. Amy Harpstrite . . . . . . 1:15:55 2. Angela Kwong . . . . . . . 1:17:03 3. Joda Derrickson . . . . . 1:18:09 Female 50-54 1. Alison Simmons . . . . . 1:07:53 2. Wendy Miki Glaus . . . . 1:11:44 3. Marcy Fleming . . . . . . 1:20:12 Female 55-59 1. Mati Sapolu-Palmer . . 1:16:16 2. Marla Dale . . . . . . . . . 1:18:25 3. Yvette Flynn . . . . . . . . 1:29:50 Female 60-64 1. Peggy Regentine . . . . . 1:21:11 2. P. Park . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:38:01 Female 65-69 1. Ruth Lockett . . . . . . . . 1:35:23 Female 70-74 1. Beverly Csordas . . . . . 1:38:43 Male Overall 1. Tim Marr . . . . . . . . . . . . 53:34 2. Ben Wllliams. . . . . . . . . . 53:56 3. Sam Corace . . . . . . . . . . 55:08 Male 15-19 1 . Jakob Dewald . . . . . . 1:02:22 2. Katoa Ahau . . . . . . . . . 1:07:38 3. Logan Zeuner . . . . . . . 1:12:50 Male 20-24 1. John Fresch . . . . . . . . 1:03:41 2. Nathan Walsh . . . . . . . 1:14:17 3. Robert Squires . . . . . . 1:15:43 Male 25-29 1. Rod Baybayan . . . . . . . 1:03:46 2. Kiley Momohara . . . . . 1:05:19 3. Brandon Cook. . . . . . . 1:05:44 Male 30-34 1. Sergio Florian . . . . . . . 1:00:31 2. Odeelo Dayondon . . . . 1:01:22 3. Jonathan Laurion . . . . 1:02:47 Male 35-39 1. Brian Denaro . . . . . . . . 1:00:53 2. Abelardo Terpin . . . . . . 1:01:41 3. Dan Immeker . . . . . . . 1:02:18 Male 40-44 1. Kirk Fritz . . . . . . . . . . . . 57:09 2. Patrick Clark . . . . . . . . . 59:06 3. Jason Dolbeck . . . . . . 1:00:39 Male 45-49 1. Mike Ferreira . . . . . . . . 1:00:56 2. Eddie Johnson . . . . . . 1:04:44 3. A. Schubert-Springer . 1:05:01 Male 50-54 1. Rob Seaver . . . . . . . . . 1:09:01 2. Jim Hagerman . . . . . . 1:09:44 3. Dan Vasquez . . . . . . . . 1:11:40 Male 55-59 1. Stefan Reinke . . . . . . . 1:08:17 2. Steve Torkildson . . . . . 1:10:06 3. Bruce Burns . . . . . . . . 1:10:29 Male 60-64 1. John Mayers . . . . . . . . 1:11:48 2. Tim Conway . . . . . . . . 1:13:07 3. Roy Tai . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:17:15 Male 65-69 1. Stote Farnham . . . . . . 1:22:30 2. Donald Eovino . . . . . . 1:24:35 Male 70-74 1. Garnett Howard . . . . . 1:34:37 2. Dan Walker . . . . . . . . . 1:36:53
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• Spacious Interior With Flexible Cargo Areas • Highly Fuel-Efficient 32 MPG 1 Highway
• Awarded IIHS Top Safety Pick 2 • Symmetrical All-Wheel drive
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PArTIAL ZEro EMISSIoN VEHICLE (PZEV) 3
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1- Manufacturer-estimated highway fuel economy for 2014 Subaru Forester 2. 5i CV T models. Actual mileage may vary. 2- The only brand with IIHS Top Safety Pick for 6 years running. For more information, visit IIHS .org. 3- PZEV emissions warranty applies only in certain states. See your Subaru Hawaii dealer for complete information on emission and New Car Limited Warranties.