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  • SUBARU DEALERS OF HAWAII

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  • Editors: Melissa Pampulov

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    Editorial Assistant: Crystal Banning

    Editorial Contributors: Lori McCarney, KC Carlberg, Brad Yates and Bruce Eliashof,Crystal Banning, Melanie Decker Kohl and Catherine Cullison.

    Cover photo: Aaron Sundberg by Tin Lung Chao/www.808foto.com Other photos:David Devries, Rick Keene, Crystal Banning, Chris Moore and Donna Ho.

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    Notice to the reader... The information in this magazine concerning upcomingevents is provided by the event organizers and is presumed to be accurate. You mayconfirm the date, distance, starting time, and other event information by contactingthe event organizer directly. Health related articles are meant as guidelines as withany physical related activity contact your physician before you participate in anyendurance sporting event or activity.

    With a little bit of tailwind Tyler McCandless, who also won theKauai Marathon, was able to pull away for a win, and the secondfastest time in the history of the race. Local runner NataliiaKravchuk took the victory on the womens side. Congratulationsto everyone who participated it is always a great party to attend!

    Now we are waiting for the triathlon season to get on the way,with the BIKEFACTORY Haleiwa Triathlon opening up the season,then we are going straight to the BOCA Hawaii Lanikai Triathlon,and on it goes.

    Here at Hawaii Sport we are continually striving to deliver the bestmagazine and most information to you. Leading up to the GreatAloha Run we published an online magazine with informationabout some of the big races coming up. We will make that a habitand you can check out our online magazines here:

    www.issuu.com/hawaiisportmag

    We also have a running team now! Team Hawaii Sport / JACORehab will be out at the races and you will find a review of theraces on our facebook and website.

    Check out our website www.hawaiisportmag.com and w w w.facebook.com/hawaiisportmag for more updates inbetween our printed magazines.

    Happy Running, Swimming and Biking!

    Aaron Sundberg rides onto this months cover.Cover photo courtesy Tin Lung Chao, www.808foto.vom.

    What a Great Aloha RunEditors Note

    ON THE COVER

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    We Take BioAstin

    itakebioastin.com

    It keeps my energy level high in and

    out of the water and supplements

    my overall health. High-performance

    bodyboarding takes a toll on your

    neck and lower back, stresses

    various joints and tendons, and also

    exposes your eyes and skin to a lot of sunlight. Bioastin

    helps my body cope and grow stronger

    through all these repercussions and

    keeps me at the top of my game.

    With my busy daily life with family, the Boca Hawaii Store, Triathlon Clinics, and my own training I take BioAstin to keep me healthy & strong. I am excited to coach all levels of athletes this season and to compete as well. See you at the races!

    This powerful anti oxidant helps me to play-train-race harder, and at the same time supports my skin from the lovely sunny days in Hawaii.

    I take BioAstin to protect my

    body as I strive to improve my

    athletic capabilities. I

    especially like the support it

    provides to my joints and the

    extra protection it gives my skin.

    Kea

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    Raul : Race Director for Boca Hawaii

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  • We Take BioAstin

    itakebioastin.com

    It keeps my energy level high in and

    out of the water and supplements

    my overall health. High-performance

    bodyboarding takes a toll on your

    neck and lower back, stresses

    various joints and tendons, and also

    exposes your eyes and skin to a lot of sunlight. Bioastin

    helps my body cope and grow stronger

    through all these repercussions and

    keeps me at the top of my game.

    With my busy daily life with family, the Boca Hawaii Store, Triathlon Clinics, and my own training I take BioAstin to keep me healthy & strong. I am excited to coach all levels of athletes this season and to compete as well. See you at the races!

    This powerful anti oxidant helps me to play-train-race harder, and at the same time supports my skin from the lovely sunny days in Hawaii.

    I take BioAstin to protect my

    body as I strive to improve my

    athletic capabilities. I

    especially like the support it

    provides to my joints and the

    extra protection it gives my skin.

    Kea

    hi : pro bodyboarder

    Raul : Race Director for Boca Hawaii

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  • Go from ordinary to extraordinary in 2013!

    Hawaii Pacific HealtH womens 10K March 3 enDURance tRaininG foR women March 12 - June 2 70.3 Ironman Hawaii

    olymPic tRiatHlon tRaininG March 26 - July 28 May 18 Honolulu Triathlon and July 28 Tinman Triathlon

    family 5K June 1612 weeK fUn anD fitness April 15 - July 6

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  • 4th Annual Ka`a`awa Elementary School 5K Family Fun Run/Walk

    Kualoa Ranch- Ka`a`awa Valley * Surf Spot Entrance * Bring your camera for awesome views! Saturday, April 27, 2013

    8:00 - 10:00 a.m. Check in 7:00 a.m. Watch for road signs on directions!

    1. Complete legibly and completely. Everyone on the course must be registered. Additional forms are available at Ka`a`awa Elementary School or our website at www.k12.hi.us/~kaaawa. If you have any questions, call 237-7757 or email Kaaawapcnc@gmail.com. You may also register online at http://active.com/. All applications received by Friday, April 12, 2013 will receive a free Ka`a`awa 5K Fun Run T-Shirt. All applicants will receive a free bottle of water. Mahalo. Check-in station will use the first name on the application form if more than one applicant is registering. If you need additional space, use another application and attach. All participants must leave property by 10:30 a.m. or cars will be locked in. First Name:_________________________________ Last Name: ______________________________ M.I. _____ M or F______ Age: _______ First Name:_________________________________ Last Name: ______________________________ M.I. _____ M or F______ Age: _______

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    2013 Ocean Warrior Family Fun Run Please drop off or mail to at Ka`a`awa El.

    Ka`a`awa Student/Immediate family $ 10.00 per person.

    General $25.00 Total Enclosed: $_________

    Due date for free shirt is April 12, 2013. Make non-refundable entry fee check or money order payable to:

    Ka`a`awa Elementary School C/O Michele Pouvave

    51-296 Kam Hwy. Ka`a`awa, Hawaii 96717

    $25.00 assessed for returned checks

    All children must be accompanied by an adult

    Pet friendly event. Leash and clean up required. Mahalo.

    Please Read and Sign (Sorry we cannot process without your signature)

    I, _______________________, the undersigned, on behalf of myself and/or underage child, wish to enter the Ocean Warrior 5K Family Fun Run to be held at Kualoa Ranch. I understand that participating in a running race on undeveloped roads and trails through Kualoa Ranch is a potentially hazardous activity and that accidents and /or injuries can occur. I hereby take full responsibility for myself and my family and agree to hold Kualoa Ranch Hawaii Inc., Ka`a`awa Elementary School, and all the people responsible for putting on this race harmless from any and all claims due to accidents, injury or other loss that may arise our of my/our participation in this race. I also understand and accept that if this race cannot be held due to severe weather or other unforeseen circumstances, Ka`a`awa Elementary School is not liable to refund any entry fees or other monies. _____________________________________ Date: ________ Name of person(s) being entered ________________________________________________________________ Signature of participant or parent of the participant

  • Soul Runners Hawaii By Melanie Decker Koehl

    Founded: January 2010 Members: 302

    The group runs on weekends, usually on Sundays. Most of us also do theH U RT (Hawaii Ultra Running Team) races on Saturdays and the MarathonReadiness Series during marathon season. Our motto is no one gets leftbehind- someone is always happy to bring up the rear on road runs or wait atkey junctions if we're on a trail.

    Soul Runners was founded when Jacque Tellei, Maureen O Connell and I start-ed the group because we were tired of timed races, the same old routes, ande v e ryone being so serious. We love hills and going off the beaten path so tospeak, and because we do a lot of hills most of our runners have PR'd in every-thing from 5Ks to the Boston Marathon. We love mud and laughing. SoulRunners are definitely a special breed of person.

    Our best moments are during our signature 'Beach to Beach' run when we gofrom Kailua Beach Park to Ala Moana Beach Park, covering about 15 miles. Wefollow the Old Pali Road trail up to The Lookout, then head down Nuuanu PaliRoad. Going up and over the Pali never gets old. What a beautiful run! We haveused different start points including the Hoomaluhia Botanical Gardens, prob-ably one of the most beautiful places to run on this island.

    One weekend, in 2011, the Pali was closing down in both directions formaintenance when we had planned to run through. We feared being turnedaround as we left The Lookout, but just the opposite--the cops waved us onand said we could run down the middle of the Pali as long as we kept an eyeout for buses (the only traffic allowed that weekend)! It was an amazingexperience running down the middle of a busy highway hearing nothing butbirds and the squeals of laughter from fellow Soul Runners. We formed ahuman chain that spanned both the east and westbound lanes and evenmade a human pyramid in the middle of the road! As we reached downtownwe made another pyramid... in the middle of busy Bishop Street! This showsthe crazy, wacky fun we have. There is nothing like a Soul Runner!

    Visit Soul Runners Hawaii on Facebook and request to join the group for moreinformation. The more the merrier! (Search: Soul Runners Hawaii onw w w. f a c e b o o k . c o m )

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  • Kalaheo 5K Spirit 4th Annual

    April 7, 20137:30 AM

    Registration / Info:

    Online via: www.Active.com

    Early Packet Pick-Up: April 4th & 5th 5pm-8pm at Jamba Juice Kailua or Race Day

    Race Day: April 7th 7:30 am Kailua Beach Park (just past Buzzs Steakhouse on Kawailoa Rd.)

    For more information contact: Barbara McAllaster @ 808-351-3679

    Information

    Course: 5K (3.1 miles) begins at Kailua Beach Park just past Buzzs Steakhouse on the left

    Awards: Top 10 men & women overall and Top 10 kids under 18

    Show Your Spirit: Wear a crazy hat or wig, paint your face - special award for best spirit participant" "

    Lanikai Loop Course

    ENTRY FEE :

    On or before March 30th$20 - Military, Students under 18, & Kalaheo Faculty$25 - Adults

    After March 30thT-shirt not guaranteed

    $25 - Military, Students under 18, & Kalaheo Faculty$30 - Adults

    All proceeds will benet Kalaheo Project Grad, a 501c Nonprot organization

  • It was a gorgeous Hawaii winter day at the beautiful Kakaako WaterfrontPark, the backdrop for the 2nd annual Try Fitness Womens 5K and Keiki1 Mile Run, on February 3, 2013. As the women lined up at the start line,family, friends, kids and volunteers, cheered on the competitors for themornings event. There were several mothers and daughters running witheach other in the 5k event, as well as women of all ages and levels. The5K course winds around Kakaako Waterfront park, taking advantage ofthe stunning views and offering a little challenge with its rolling hills. Therace is also a favorite of visitors who are on vacation. I live inBellingham WA and have committed a goal to my bucket list. Twelve 5Ksin 12 months. The TryFitness race was number 6, and I'm proud to say... It was sogreat to seethe volun-teers cheerus on, andyour shiningface (RaceDirector KCC a r l b e r g )made it allworth it. Iplan to beback nexty e a r, aroundthe sametime, wroteKathy Akers.

    Two women from the CzechRepublic, on a short visit, tookoverall 2nd and 3rd place finish-es in the 5K and Hawaiis ownTara Redshaw took first placeedging out the competition byjust 30 seconds.

    New this year was the Keiki 1Mile Run. The kids were excitedas they watched their Moms takeoff and anxiously awaited theirrace to begin. Each child receiveda finisher medal and a keiki sizecool max shirt. This event was anice opportunity for women toenjoy a morning of healthy funwith their friends and children.Thank you so much for every-thing you do/did to make this areally fun 5K. My daughterHayley and I had such a great time running together,.. says Liz Dietrich.

    Try Fitness would like to thank all of our sponsors and volunteers whohelped make this event possible. We look forward to seeing everyonenext year for our 3rd annual event.

    KC Carlberg, Owner of Try Fitness www.tryfitnesshawaii.com

    Try Fitness Womens 5K

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  • Have you heard of Complete Streets? Want to experience one? Cooke Street will be transformed into a Complete Street for Kaka a`ko Cyclovia!

    We will take over the streets in Kaka`ako from Mother Waldron Park to the

    Gateway Park

    Mothers Day - May 12th - Come Join the Fun! Ride a suggested bike route or participate in the 5K run (register at Active.com).

    Bring the whole family and celebrate an active, healthy lifestyle.

    Bicycle education courses Aerobics and dance classes BMX demonstrations and bike polo Skateboarding ramp Cycle On Runway and bike show Food, prizes and much more!

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    MOTHERS DAY MAY 12THTired of unsafe streets for your kids to ride bikes and play in? Tired of inding a safe spot to exercise? Join us for a no stress Mothers Day in

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  • Weve designed the Wave Rider 16 to have the best of both worlds: incredible lightness and the support of Wave Technology. All perfectly balanced so you feel the run, not the shoe.

    Experience more euphoric, mezamashii running. Join us at mizunorunning.com.

    The World Follows. The World Follows.

    INTRODUCING THE LIGHTEST WAVE RIDER EVER.

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    GOrun 2Weight: Mens 6.6 oz. | Womens 5.2 oz.Category: MinimalistPrice: $80www.skechers.com

    The second iteration of Skechers GOrun 2 provides a comfortable, well-fitting minimalist experience that builds upon the strengths of the first version. Designed for lightweight adaptability, the GOrun 2 is a great go-to shoe for minimalist veterans and a great first shoe for newcomers to the category. With a lightweight, comfortable and flexible upper, as well as a contoured and adaptive outsole, the GOrun 2 provides tactile feedback that doesnt get in the way for a comfortable and performance-minded run. Weighing a scant 6.6 ounces, the GOrun 2 provides a responsive ride that feels like its barely there. And at a tempting price point, this shoe is well-positioned to fit into any minimalist runners rotation.

    adidas

    Energy BoostWeight: Mens 9.8 oz. | Womens 8.2 oz.Category: NeutralPrice: $150www.adidas.com

    The adidas Energy Boost is a great choice for neutral runners looking for a fast, light and soft shoe that fits snugly. The overall feel is extremely soft and cushioned, with a snug, almost sock-like upper. The sole unit of the Energy Boost is designed to provide exceptional energy return, which makes for a fast feel. Rounding it out is a sock-like upper that hugs the foot comfortably, providing a touch of extra support. During testing, the Energy Boost performed best during faster workouts on the track or tempo runs.

    K-Swiss

    Blade Light Run IIWeight: Mens 10.0 oz. | Womens 8.1 oz.Category: NeutralPrice: $95www.kswiss.com

    This updated version of the Blade Light Run has an overhauled upper thats seam free and boasts welded overlays that make it a comfortable and lightweight neutral running shoe after a slight break-in period. The one-piece midsole/outsole (constructed from superfoam technology) and Aosta inserts (to improve durability) keep the shoe fairly flexible and responsive. Wear testers liked the forefoot flexibility, but found the midfoot area slightly stiffer.

    Mizuno

    Wave Rider 16Weight: Mens 9.9 oz. | Womens 8.2 oz.Category: NeutralPrice: $115www.mizunousa.com

    The latest update to this perennial favorite features the same great cushioning you would expect from Mizuno, and a flexible Dynamotion upper that places stretchy material in all the right places. Nothing changes in the undercarriage from the last version except that Mizuno found ways to effectively decrease the overall weight by improving the upper. As a neutral shoe, the Wave Rider 16 provides a bit more support than many of its counterparts. This is due to an Extended Wave Plate, which decreases twisting of the foot and provides some support for overpronators. Testers praised the durability of this shoe, and heavier runners appreciated that the Wave Plate technology maintains some resilience in the midsole.

    SPRING 2013

    SPRING 2013

    VALUE

    SPRING 2013

    Spring time. The days grow longer and warmer; the rain gives way to early sunrises, blue skies and green mountains. After a cool winter, runners are itching to store the pants or tights and get back to wearing shorts everyday. New runners join the ranks following New Years resolutions, and experienced runners refresh the worn out footwear that gloriously accompanied them through miles of training and racing through the winter.

    2013 starts with many interesting new running shoes. In the past couple of years, weve seen new players in the shoe arena coming up with innovative concepts. And established brands apply technologies developed for the past Olympics to the everyday trainers of 2013. Overall, running shoes are getting better. We took the most anticipated models out for some thorough testing. Here are the shoes you dont want to miss.

    By Ruggero Loda

    Spring 2013 SHOE GUIDE

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  • Weve designed the Wave Rider 16 to have the best of both worlds: incredible lightness and the support of Wave Technology. All perfectly balanced so you feel the run, not the shoe.

    Experience more euphoric, mezamashii running. Join us at mizunorunning.com.

    The World Follows. The World Follows.

    INTRODUCING THE LIGHTEST WAVE RIDER EVER.

    SHOESDISAPPEAR

    MIN

    IMA

    LIST

    NEU

    TRA

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    Skechers

    GOrun 2Weight: Mens 6.6 oz. | Womens 5.2 oz.Category: MinimalistPrice: $80www.skechers.com

    The second iteration of Skechers GOrun 2 provides a comfortable, well-fitting minimalist experience that builds upon the strengths of the first version. Designed for lightweight adaptability, the GOrun 2 is a great go-to shoe for minimalist veterans and a great first shoe for newcomers to the category. With a lightweight, comfortable and flexible upper, as well as a contoured and adaptive outsole, the GOrun 2 provides tactile feedback that doesnt get in the way for a comfortable and performance-minded run. Weighing a scant 6.6 ounces, the GOrun 2 provides a responsive ride that feels like its barely there. And at a tempting price point, this shoe is well-positioned to fit into any minimalist runners rotation.

    adidas

    Energy BoostWeight: Mens 9.8 oz. | Womens 8.2 oz.Category: NeutralPrice: $150www.adidas.com

    The adidas Energy Boost is a great choice for neutral runners looking for a fast, light and soft shoe that fits snugly. The overall feel is extremely soft and cushioned, with a snug, almost sock-like upper. The sole unit of the Energy Boost is designed to provide exceptional energy return, which makes for a fast feel. Rounding it out is a sock-like upper that hugs the foot comfortably, providing a touch of extra support. During testing, the Energy Boost performed best during faster workouts on the track or tempo runs.

    K-Swiss

    Blade Light Run IIWeight: Mens 10.0 oz. | Womens 8.1 oz.Category: NeutralPrice: $95www.kswiss.com

    This updated version of the Blade Light Run has an overhauled upper thats seam free and boasts welded overlays that make it a comfortable and lightweight neutral running shoe after a slight break-in period. The one-piece midsole/outsole (constructed from superfoam technology) and Aosta inserts (to improve durability) keep the shoe fairly flexible and responsive. Wear testers liked the forefoot flexibility, but found the midfoot area slightly stiffer.

    Mizuno

    Wave Rider 16Weight: Mens 9.9 oz. | Womens 8.2 oz.Category: NeutralPrice: $115www.mizunousa.com

    The latest update to this perennial favorite features the same great cushioning you would expect from Mizuno, and a flexible Dynamotion upper that places stretchy material in all the right places. Nothing changes in the undercarriage from the last version except that Mizuno found ways to effectively decrease the overall weight by improving the upper. As a neutral shoe, the Wave Rider 16 provides a bit more support than many of its counterparts. This is due to an Extended Wave Plate, which decreases twisting of the foot and provides some support for overpronators. Testers praised the durability of this shoe, and heavier runners appreciated that the Wave Plate technology maintains some resilience in the midsole.

    SPRING 2013

    SPRING 2013

    VALUE

    SPRING 2013

    Spring time. The days grow longer and warmer; the rain gives way to early sunrises, blue skies and green mountains. After a cool winter, runners are itching to store the pants or tights and get back to wearing shorts everyday. New runners join the ranks following New Years resolutions, and experienced runners refresh the worn out footwear that gloriously accompanied them through miles of training and racing through the winter.

    2013 starts with many interesting new running shoes. In the past couple of years, weve seen new players in the shoe arena coming up with innovative concepts. And established brands apply technologies developed for the past Olympics to the everyday trainers of 2013. Overall, running shoes are getting better. We took the most anticipated models out for some thorough testing. Here are the shoes you dont want to miss.

    By Ruggero Loda

    Spring 2013 SHOE GUIDE

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  • ABOUT THE AUTHOR

    Ruggero Loda is a passionate runner and triathlete with many

    years of experience in the running footwear industry. As

    founder of runningshoesguru.com (a leading running shoe

    review website), he coordinated the testing and reviewing of

    hundreds of running shoes in the past several years.

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    New Balance

    890v3Weight: Mens 9.55 oz. | Womens 7.65 oz.Category: NeutralPrice: $110www.newbalance.com

    With the 890 V3, New Balance has made some small tweaks in all the right places improving upon the V2 without changing what so many runners have come to love. Fit is improved by deepening the toe box, troublesome overlays were moved, and the same Revlite midsole and 8mm heel drop was maintained. Many runners will find the 890 V3 to be somewhere between a racing flat and a traditional trainer, and capable of handling tempo work as well as long runs. Our testers loved the fact that the Revlite cushioning holds up far beyond other lightweight trainers theyd worn, and that the shoe maintains a perfect blend of soft but responsive protection.

    Pearl Izumi

    Kissaki 2.0Weight: Mens 9.7 oz. | Womens 8.7oz.Category: NeutralPrice: $130shop.pearlizumi.com

    For the runner looking for the best of both worlds in a minimum race/train shoe, check out Pearl Izumis Kissaki 2.0 (released in 2012). With a newly designed seamless upper that gives it a competitive look and feel, the Kissaki 2.0 is light, springy and sleek enough to race in, but it still has enough padding for daily training. The 1:1 energy return foam and crash pad keep the shoe resilient and fast, while encouraging a natural efficient stride.

    Karhu

    Flow3 Trainer FulcrumWeight: Mens 8.5 oz. | Womens 8.0 oz.Category: Neutral PerformancePrice: $115www.karhu.com

    The Flow Trainer is an excellent shoe for those looking for a lightweight, responsive ride. Karhus trademark is the Fulcrum (a wedge of dense foam in the middle of the shoe), which acts like a lever designed to propel you forward. The Fulcrum may require an adjustment for heel-strikers, but mid- and fore-foot strikers will enjoy the fast, natural-feeling ride.

    Scott

    T2C EvoWeight: Mens 8.5 oz. | Womens 7.8 oz.Category: Neutral PerformancePrice: $115www.scott-sports.com

    The Scott T2C Evo is a lightweight, well-balanced everyday training shoe for the performance-minded runner. The new colorway is a striking blue and yellow, and looks very fast on ones feet. The shoes outsole is made of the brands AeroFoam technology, which provides good cushioning in a lightweight package. Wear testers found the ride to be responsive yet forgiving, with more than enough cushioning for heavier runners to use as a marathon racing flat if so desired. All around, an excellent package for a variety of runners looking for a versatile daily training shoe or long-distance road racer.

    Nike

    Flyknit RacerWeight: 5.6 oz. (unisex)Category: Neutral RacingPrice: $150www.nikerunning.com

    As seen on some of the fastest feet in the 2012 Olympics, the Flyknit Racer is Nikes latest offering in the ultra-performance neutral racer category. Sporting an intricately woven one-piece upper, the Flyknit Racer promises a supportive yet adaptable fit by integrating Dynamic Flywire into the lacing tabs for a customized fit. Underfoot tech includes a Phylon midsole and forefoot Zoom Air unit for responsive cushioning and quick transition. Nikes classic waffle-patterned outsole provides the grip on the road. The Flyknit Racer is only available in mens sizing, so women should subtract 1.5 sizes to find a comfortable fit.

    Asics

    GT 2000Weight: Mens 11.4 oz. | Womens 9.3 oz.Category: Structured CushioningPrice: $120www.asics.com

    Asics debuts a completely revamped edition of its core GT line of shoes. As the replacement for the GT 2170, the GT 2000 comes in lighter on the foot but heavier on the wallet. The GT 2000 includes a 10 mm heel-to-toe offset and a less intrusive Dynamic Duomax support system. Preliminary testing revealed that the GT 2000 performs quite similarly to its predecessor, with the exception of a more responsive toe off. The upper fit remains very accommodating for the average-width foot that requires pronation control.

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    This award-winning stability shoe offers the same cushion and support that its known for, while adding Omega Grooves and Flextra technologies. These new technologies give extra flexibility in the underfoot, while still maintaining the shoes durability and breathability. Keeping other technologies of last years model like Brooks DNA and Full Length BioMoGo, the updates correct what small imperfections the Adrenalines GTS 12 had. Testers familiar with previous versions of the shoe agree this is the best update yet.

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    Progrid Guide 6Weight: Mens 10.0 oz. | Womens 8.9 oz.Category: StabilityPrice: $110www.saucony.com

    The Saucony Guide 6 continues to use the same resilient Progrid foam cushioning. This, teamed up with newly aligned deeper flex grooves and segmented crash pad in the heel, offers up excellent flexibility while maintaining a smooth, comfortable ride. A return of the 8mm drop helps promote a more natural and efficient stride, and a new midfoot saddle brings it all together in a snug package.

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    MotionWeight: Mens 9.3 oz. | Womens 7.7 oz.Category: Performance StabilityPrice: $175www.newtonrunning.com

    The Motion is Newtons stability performance trainer designed for everyday use and faster-paced training. Characterized by four actuator lugs placed in the forefoot and a 3mm heel drop, the Motion encourages mid-foot and forefoot striking. Testers found these lugs noticeable at first, but quickly realized that they no longer felt them within half a mile of running. However, sore calves often resulted with an overly quick transition into these shoes. Testers appreciated the wide toe box and good fit, and a short break-in period was only required due to some stiffness around the heel collar that went quickly away.

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    Ruggero Loda is a passionate runner and triathlete with many

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    890v3Weight: Mens 9.55 oz. | Womens 7.65 oz.Category: NeutralPrice: $110www.newbalance.com

    With the 890 V3, New Balance has made some small tweaks in all the right places improving upon the V2 without changing what so many runners have come to love. Fit is improved by deepening the toe box, troublesome overlays were moved, and the same Revlite midsole and 8mm heel drop was maintained. Many runners will find the 890 V3 to be somewhere between a racing flat and a traditional trainer, and capable of handling tempo work as well as long runs. Our testers loved the fact that the Revlite cushioning holds up far beyond other lightweight trainers theyd worn, and that the shoe maintains a perfect blend of soft but responsive protection.

    Pearl Izumi

    Kissaki 2.0Weight: Mens 9.7 oz. | Womens 8.7oz.Category: NeutralPrice: $130shop.pearlizumi.com

    For the runner looking for the best of both worlds in a minimum race/train shoe, check out Pearl Izumis Kissaki 2.0 (released in 2012). With a newly designed seamless upper that gives it a competitive look and feel, the Kissaki 2.0 is light, springy and sleek enough to race in, but it still has enough padding for daily training. The 1:1 energy return foam and crash pad keep the shoe resilient and fast, while encouraging a natural efficient stride.

    Karhu

    Flow3 Trainer FulcrumWeight: Mens 8.5 oz. | Womens 8.0 oz.Category: Neutral PerformancePrice: $115www.karhu.com

    The Flow Trainer is an excellent shoe for those looking for a lightweight, responsive ride. Karhus trademark is the Fulcrum (a wedge of dense foam in the middle of the shoe), which acts like a lever designed to propel you forward. The Fulcrum may require an adjustment for heel-strikers, but mid- and fore-foot strikers will enjoy the fast, natural-feeling ride.

    Scott

    T2C EvoWeight: Mens 8.5 oz. | Womens 7.8 oz.Category: Neutral PerformancePrice: $115www.scott-sports.com

    The Scott T2C Evo is a lightweight, well-balanced everyday training shoe for the performance-minded runner. The new colorway is a striking blue and yellow, and looks very fast on ones feet. The shoes outsole is made of the brands AeroFoam technology, which provides good cushioning in a lightweight package. Wear testers found the ride to be responsive yet forgiving, with more than enough cushioning for heavier runners to use as a marathon racing flat if so desired. All around, an excellent package for a variety of runners looking for a versatile daily training shoe or long-distance road racer.

    Nike

    Flyknit RacerWeight: 5.6 oz. (unisex)Category: Neutral RacingPrice: $150www.nikerunning.com

    As seen on some of the fastest feet in the 2012 Olympics, the Flyknit Racer is Nikes latest offering in the ultra-performance neutral racer category. Sporting an intricately woven one-piece upper, the Flyknit Racer promises a supportive yet adaptable fit by integrating Dynamic Flywire into the lacing tabs for a customized fit. Underfoot tech includes a Phylon midsole and forefoot Zoom Air unit for responsive cushioning and quick transition. Nikes classic waffle-patterned outsole provides the grip on the road. The Flyknit Racer is only available in mens sizing, so women should subtract 1.5 sizes to find a comfortable fit.

    Asics

    GT 2000Weight: Mens 11.4 oz. | Womens 9.3 oz.Category: Structured CushioningPrice: $120www.asics.com

    Asics debuts a completely revamped edition of its core GT line of shoes. As the replacement for the GT 2170, the GT 2000 comes in lighter on the foot but heavier on the wallet. The GT 2000 includes a 10 mm heel-to-toe offset and a less intrusive Dynamic Duomax support system. Preliminary testing revealed that the GT 2000 performs quite similarly to its predecessor, with the exception of a more responsive toe off. The upper fit remains very accommodating for the average-width foot that requires pronation control.

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    Progrid Guide 6Weight: Mens 10.0 oz. | Womens 8.9 oz.Category: StabilityPrice: $110www.saucony.com

    The Saucony Guide 6 continues to use the same resilient Progrid foam cushioning. This, teamed up with newly aligned deeper flex grooves and segmented crash pad in the heel, offers up excellent flexibility while maintaining a smooth, comfortable ride. A return of the 8mm drop helps promote a more natural and efficient stride, and a new midfoot saddle brings it all together in a snug package.

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    MotionWeight: Mens 9.3 oz. | Womens 7.7 oz.Category: Performance StabilityPrice: $175www.newtonrunning.com

    The Motion is Newtons stability performance trainer designed for everyday use and faster-paced training. Characterized by four actuator lugs placed in the forefoot and a 3mm heel drop, the Motion encourages mid-foot and forefoot striking. Testers found these lugs noticeable at first, but quickly realized that they no longer felt them within half a mile of running. However, sore calves often resulted with an overly quick transition into these shoes. Testers appreciated the wide toe box and good fit, and a short break-in period was only required due to some stiffness around the heel collar that went quickly away.

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  • Waiver and release of liability: In consideration of my acceptance of this entry, I acknowl-edge that participation in this event is a test of a persons physical and mental limits, and carries with it certain inherent risks, including the potential for serious injury or death caused by terrain, facilities, weather, the condition of the athletes, vehicular traffic, actions of other people, including but not limited to participants, volunteers, spectators and coaches. I understand and agree that I am voluntarily participating in the Hibiscus Half Marathon and agree to comply with the rules, regulations and event instructions. I certify that I am physically fit and have sufficiently trained for participation in this event, and that my physical condition has been verified by a licensed medical doctor. I, on behalf of myself, my heirs, executors and administrators, next of kin, successors and assigns, insurers, and anyone able to claim through, by or under me hereby waive, release and discharge the Hibiscus Half Marathon, USA Track & Field, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, City & County of Honolulu, State of Hawaii, event sponsors, and volunteers, their agents, and other related persons or entities from any and all liability for my personal injury, disability, death, property damage, property theft or actions of any kind which may hereafter accrue to me; I further waive, release and discharge the aforementioned entities from all claims or liabilities of any kind arising out of negligence or carelessness on the part of the parties named in this waiver. I understand and agree to the use of my name, pictures and/or interviews in association with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society for use in broadcast, telecast, advertisements, books, films, videotape or any other reproduction with no mone-tary or other consideration to me.

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  • By Brad Yates with Bruce Eliashof

    I am pleased to announce that I will be writing this column with BruceEliashof, MD, sports psychiatrist and elite ocean athlete. Bruce lives in HalfMoon Bay, California and we are great friends, going back to when Brucewas attending Punahou School. We also share a passion for perf o r m a n c ep s y c h o l o g y. The focus of the upcoming five articles will be coaching pointsaimed at allowing you to enjoy the process of learning to be a more com-petitive endurance athlete.

    I am excited to be a part of this series. Brad and I have been collaborat-ing for many years, and I am looking forward to sharing some of our workwith you. Presented here are some general principles that have proven suc-cessful across a wide range of sports, both individual and team. I h o p eyou enjoy the process of experimenting with them and incorporating theminto your routine." - Bruce Eliashof, M.D.

    Mental Training: What is it?

    Mental training is the addition of mental preparation to your physicalpreparation. It involves gaining awareness about how you instinctivelyreact to challenges, and can also include learning about ways that you maybe unintentionally inhibiting your performance. At other times, it involvesusing your imagination to visualize the results you want to achieve. MentalSkills Training refers to basic core concepts that performance coachesfocus on with athletes.

    Self Talk - What you say to yourself when youre under pressure. Self talkcan be positive or negative. Learning to notice your negative self talk anddeveloping a series of positive responses or reframes that challenge nega-tive statements are part of what gets you back to feeling positive and ener-g i z e d .

    Arousal Management - How you get up for a given race or training ses-sion. Arousal management varies among individuals. You might be thetype of athlete who needs to find a way to get your energy up for an event,perhaps by reviewing a list of emotions that have been effective for you inpast competitions and then practicing how to access them. Or, you mightbe someone who struggles with being too amped for a competition. Maybeyou get too anxious and end up feeling tight and experiencing false or pre-mature fatigue. The challenge for you is to learn how to settle down beforea competition. Well cover this in pre-event routines and the breathing exer-cises that follow.

    Pre-Event Routines How you prepare for an event. This can include get-ting the right amount of sleep the night before, eating the right foods foroptimal energy, listening to the right music (or perhaps silence is best foryou), and what you think about prior to a training session or competition. Anote about music: the choice is absolutely personal. We encourage athletesto listen to a variety of music to find what works best for them, whether itsrock, hip-hop, jazz, classical, country or something else entirely.

    Visualization How you use your imagination to rehearse your successprior to training or competition. Being able to visualize yourself perf o r m i n gthe desired skills and feeling the specific muscle groups engaged in the dif-ferent actions youll be performing is key. This process involves seeingyourself performing your sport as if from a spectators viewpoint, while atthe same time feeling as if you are actually doing the activity. We call thisthinking in a feeling sense." Keep it simple. The stronger the image and therelated feelings, the greater the impact will be.

    Performance Goal Setting - How you set realistic and challenging goals.These goals should be both short term and long term. For example: plac-ing in the top 10 in a given race is a short-term goal. Finishing in the top 5over the course of a season is a long-term goal. Goals should include out-come objectives, which look at measurable results, as well as processgoals, which are goals that you can set for you and you alone. Processgoals are those that you set in competition with yourself, for example keep-ing your stroke even and steady with your breathing while swimming orkeeping your stride long and in rhythm with your breathing during a run.

    Dealing with Negative Emotions - How you deal with negative emotionsthat come up during a workout or race. These are natural occurrences andneed not spell disaster. Negative emotions can interfere with your ability tofocus, or worse, totally derail an otherw i s e well-trained competitor.Whether it is anger at a missed opportunity or anxiety and self doubt asyou begin to tackle a big hill climb on the biking leg of a triathlon, findingways to let go of negative emotions and move on is critical to success. Wewill get into some specific techniques in future articles.

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    You can work on these skills at home or in any other quiet, relaxed set-ting. You should devote 15 to 20 minutes to them 3 to 4 times during theworkout week. In addition to these concepts, relaxation and deep breath-ing exercises, like the one that follows, are skills to practice daily thatenhance all of the previously mentioned skills.

    B R E ATHING EXERCISE

    Practice breathing in the following fashion. Take a slow, deep breath,inhaling through your nose. Push your abdomen out as you breathe,allowing your rib cage to expand while you fill your lungs to their maxi-mum capacity, pausing at the top of your breath. Slowly exhale throughyour mouth, forcefully contracting your abdomen as you exhale andexaggerating the movement as you expel the air from your lungs. Pauseat the bottom of your breath, and then begin again. Learning to breathein this manner can help elicit what r e s e a rchers call the r e l a x a t i o nresponse. This is a physiological response that sets the stage for recov-e ry and healing and also helps establish and maintain mental clarity andfocus. As you practice this exercise, you will find that it gets easier andtakes less time to reach that deep, calm state. You can then experimentwith different mental exercises, such as imagining how you would dealwith various c h a l l e n g i n g situations that could come up in competition.Deep breathing can signal the brain to relax your body when facing situ-ations that would normally create anxiety or tension and lead to impairedp e rformance. In addition, deep breathing combined with muscle relax-ation releases tension from the muscles and aids in recovery.

    KEEP IT SIMPLE

    The mental aspects of endurance training require determination, confi-d e n c e , and focus. Some call it mental toughness. Utilizing these con-cepts and putting them into action in your weekly training routine willhave you well on your way toward becoming a tougher competitor.R e m e m b e r, just as it takes time to train physically, it takes time to trainm e n t a l l y.

    T h a t s HiLevel, and that's how to tap your inner strength!

    For questions, feel free to contact Brad at hilevel@bradyates.com or Bruceat bruceelishofmd.com

    Mental Training

    Bruce Eliashof, 46, kitesurfing at Waddell Creek, in Northern California. As amember of the Caution Kites Team, he has been a positive force in the progres-sion of the sport. His ability to stay relaxed under pressure and to see the fun ineven the most challenging conditions, are strengths he attributes to the 30 yearcollaboration he has had with B r a d Yates. Photo Credit: David Devries

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  • By Catherine Cullison, PT, DPT, JACO Rehab

    Now that the holidays are over, its time for the real most w o n d e rful time of the year - triathlon season! Whether its yourfirst, second, or 50th season, there is always room for improvement. This, my friends, is the beauty of the sport. We can

    all think of something to focus on this year: decreasing transition times, train-ing harder for your "weakest" event, working on breathing... the list is endless.

    Maybe you plan to work with a performance coach this season to helpimprove your speed, agility and power. Perhaps you've decided to train along-side others in one of the many triathlon training groups offered on the island.Some of you may not be following any sort of specific training program at all,and you plan to just go for it during your first sprint triathlon. Wherever youare, you should be proud of yourself. Youve made a commitment to yourhealth, and your body thanks you very much.

    So how do you prepare for triathlon season, and what should you be focus-ing on to get your body ready? I could list all kinds of nit-picky details, likerotating your body more during the swim to improve breathing effectiveness,keeping your hip flexors loose leading up to the race, etc. Instead, I will focuson my area of expertise: injury prevention and management.

    I know most of us have heard the phrase No Pain, No Gain, and Im certainthat most athletes are comfortable pushing through a certain amount of phys-ical and mental pain in order to achieve their goals. But what happens whenmusculoskeletal pain persists for longer than usual? Should you keep push-ing through that achy, sharp knee pain for longer than a week? No. Don'twaste time. Address the problem right away and see a physical therapist.

    Physical therapists are musculoskeletal experts and movement specialists.We see the body as a dynamic, biomechanically moving system that functionsin synergy to perform everything from feeding the parking meter to elite ath-

    letic competition. The physical therapists at JACO Rehabilitation have a widevariety of athletic backgrounds and clinical expertise to get you back to yoursport and prevent future injuries. During your evaluation your physical thera-pist will assess your range of motion, strength, flexibility, and joint mechan-ics to construct an individualized treatment plan to get you back in action.

    State of Hawaii residents and visitors have direct access to physical therapy.H o w e v e r, to receive insurance coverage for PT treatments, a physician mustrefer you. If you are experiencing musculoskeletal pain this season, I recom-mend asking your doctor for a referral to a physical therapist before it turnsinto a season-ending injury. Visit our website at http://www.jacorehab.com/ todownload a referral form. You only have one body, so take good care of it!

    Good luck this season! See you out on the road and in the water!

    Treat it, Dont Repeat it!

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  • by KC Carlberg, TryFitness, Specializing in Wo m e n s fitness

    Age 46Occupation Engineer

    When did you start running and why? Who did you train with and what wereyour goals? I started seriously running January 2012 with the Try Fitnessrun clinic. For triathlons I feel confident with the other sports, but running isdefinitely my weak spot. Tinman 2011 was my first triathlon. I did well on theswim and the bike, but the run was humiliating, everyone and I mean every o n epassed me. I just didnt want to experience that again; depressing but moti-v a t i n g . The Try Fitness run clinic was eye-opening. We had a great coach,Pam Kruse, who taught us a lot about form, pace, the mechanics of running.My running really improved after the clinic. Efficiency makes it easy is true -- learning proper form improved my performance which allowed me to actual-ly enjoy running, something I had never previously experienced. My runexperience at Honolulu Triathlon and Honu was so much better; when I gottired; I just relied on my training swing your arms, shoulders back, rollthrough efficiency makes it easier. I had a PR at Val Nolasco.A s t o n i s h i n g l y, my pace on the half was same as the Try Fitness Wo m e n s 5k inJ a n u a ry 2012!! Pam coached me for the Val Nolasco and while I didntachieve the goal I initially set out for (2 hours), I was beyond happy with myp e rf o r m a n c e .

    How has training enhanced your life? There so much going on in life; trainingis the best decompression and ensures you get a good nights sleep. E n o u g hs a i d !

    What inspires you (and why)? My training partner got hurt last summer; herdedication to her recovery inspires me. Weve grieved; we ride and swim now,but no running until next spring. And, all the women in Try Fitness - Im alwaysimpressed by their collective fitness and athleticism.

    What are you training for now? In preparation for triathlon season, Im con-tinuing to focus on my running. I want to improve my speed and Id still like toget my half marathon time to less than 2 hours. Ive registered for Honu 70.3

    I r o n m a n . I still cant believe I did it lastyear and I feel like I need to do it againjust to be sure it wasnt a fluke.

    Lessons learned from training andbeing active? Running has always feltlike such a challenge to me, just diffi-cult and lots of hard work. Learning torun properly (yes, there is a proper wayto run), good warm-ups, and stretchesmake it easier, achievable, surmount-able -- enjoyable. This time last year Iwould never have imagined, Id rou-tinely be running 8+ miles and not betotally freaked out about it. If I can get there, anyone can find a fun, support-ive and qualified trainer/training group and go for it.

    Future goals? Maybe Kona Ironman, its always in the back of my mind.

    Athlete Profile: Angie Eide

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  • Athletes for the Arts Presents the 4th Annual

    Volcano Rain Forest Runs Half Marathon, 10K & 5K August 17, 2013 -Volcano, Hawaii

    Entry Fees: Marathon $65 10K $40 5K $25 Fees are non refundable for any reason, After June 1, 2013: Marathon $75 10K $45 5K $30 including cancelation due to natural disasters. After Aug. 1, 2013: Marathon $85 10K $50 5K $35 This event is just minutes from Hawaii Volcanoes Natl Park 5K 19 and under always $20 Late Registration and packet pickup: 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

    Start Times: 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 am14 yrs old 100 Yd Dash57 yrs old 200 Yd Dash

    Rain Forest Grill Lunch Race Day 8/17: # of lunches ____ X $8.00 = $ ______

    Event information and online registration can be found at: www.rainforestruns.com- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Last First Sex: M F Circle one

    Address City State

    Zip Phone Birth Date Age on Race Day _____ month / day / yearEmail:

    Circle Race: Marathon 10K Run 5K Run/Walk Circle for Military Division: yes (Awards top M/F in each race) Circle T-Shirt Size: S M L XL XXL

    Entry Fee $__________ Checks Payable to: Athletes for the ArtsGrill Lunch $__________ Mail entries to: Sharron Faff Race Director last day to mail: 8/13 PO Box 326Donation to VAC $__________ Volcano, HI 96785TOTAL $__________ To Volunteer or for Information (808) 967-8240 or VAC (808)967-8222 raceinfo@volcanoartcenter.orgWaiver: I am participating in the Volcano Art Center Rain Forest Runs - 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 nonrefundable.

    _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________Signature of Entrant (If entrant is under 18 years of age signature of parent or guardian) Date

  • RESULTS SPONSORED BY RUNNERS ROUTE

    Group run everyTuesday 5:30PM

    1322 Kapiolani Blvd.

    BOSETTI 10KJanuary 1, 2013 Hawaii Kai

    Female Open1. Jessica Douglas . . . . . 41:55.72. Farrah Madanay . . . . . 41:57.03. Manuela Kornenberg . 42:00.0

    9-un.: Lelia Shintani . . . 1:48:39.710-14: Noelani Tugaoen 1:08:01.615-19: Autumn Foumier . 53:27.720-24: Chelsea Oda . . . . 42:33.825-29: Alicia Andrade . . . 57:54.730-34: Jasmine Shinn . . . 54:55.235-39: Grace Sousa . . . . 50:20.640-44: Cheryl Miram . . . . 55:53.445-49: Stefy Matsumura . 44:53.750-54: Linda Takane . . . . 57:54.355-59: Sally Marcellus . . 53:08.160-64: Shuko Yamane . . 53:55.870-74: Joy Schoenecker 1:19:39.475-79: Rene MoWade . 1:28:37.2

    Male Open1. Andrew Taylor . . . . . . . 37:57.02. Hiro Toiya . . . . . . . . . . 38:42.83. David Carlsson . . . . . . 39:16.0

    9-un.: Kekoa Tugaoen . 1:00:07.410-14: Kala Campbell . . . 53:09.720-24: Ryan Cardenas . . 55:52.725-29: Odeelo Dayondon 39:43.030-34: Erik Badua . . . . . . 45:50.435-39: Sascha Riela . . . . 46:58.640-44: William Gardner . 40:27.645-49: AJ Tugaoen . . . . . 48:33.450-54: Craig Knohl . . . . . 43:25.455-59: Rob Lang . . . . . . . 42:28.260-64: Michael Georgi . . 45:51.665-69: Tom Craven . . . . . 54:53.6

    BOB AND RONS 5KJanuary 6, 2013 Kapiolani Park

    Female Open1. Heather Suttie . . . . . . . 20:35.62. Shereen White . . . . . . 20:57.73. Rena Ratcliff . . . . . . . 21:18.4.

    Female 10-141. Maya Ushijima . . . . . . 24:03.42. Rebecca Thomas . . . . 38:17.63. Natalie Thomas . . . . . . 46:33.9

    Female 15-191. Rise Morisato . . . . . . . 23:40.62. Jessica Kawana . . . . . 30:47.3

    Female 20-241. Melissa Kawana . . . . . 24:56.42. Hillary Heater . . . . . . . 26:23.33. Brittany Shapiro . . . . . 29:12.5

    Female 25-291. Leah Drebin . . . . . . . . 22:42.22. Jessica Fetter . . . . . . . 23:11.83. Rosermarie Delacruz . 23:24.4

    Female 30-341. Nicole Kanoho . . . . . . 21:46.82. Emmie Saigusa . . . . . . 22:07.33. Lauren Yoo . . . . . . . . . 24:04.8

    Female 35-391. Diana Jones . . . . . . . . 21:45.92. Grace Sousa . . . . . . . . 23:36.13. Julia Krampe . . . . . . . . 24:43.4

    Female 40-441. Ruth Jerome. . . . . . . . 29:08.12. Celise Nakakura . . . . . . 31:03.93. Bethany Porter . . . . . . 32:51.4

    Female 45-491. Yumiko Hansen. . . . . . 21:27.02. Kelli Lyau . . . . . . . . . . 23:14.73. Chika Kubota . . . . . . . 26:19.3

    Female 50-541. Linda Takane . . . . . . . . 25:51.02. Joann Morisato . . . . . . 27:09.43. Elise Cashman . . . . . . 27:21.6

    Female 55-591. Salty Marcellus . . . . . . 24:22.32. Connie Comiso . . . . . . 25:55.73. Annie Marshall . . . . . . 26:57.1

    Female 60-641. Shuko Yamane. . . . . . . 24:24.52. Janice Smolec . . . . . . . 29:05.53. Halina Zaleski . . . . . . . 29:26.6

    Female 65-691. Shirl Alvaro . . . . . . . . . 48:17.8

    Female 70-741. Carma Bamber. . . . . . . 29:16.02. Joy Schoenecker . . . . 35:38.1

    Male Open1. Andrew Taylor . . . . . . . 17:22.62. Connor Lehl . . . . . . . . 17:36.93. Jonathan Lyau . . . . . . 17:44.7

    Male 9 & under1. Nichola Pugliese . . . . . 21:51.42. Warren Hutchins . . . . . 33:00.23. Wesley Hutchins . . . . . 35:09.7

    Male 10-141. Kala Campbell . . . . . . . 21:48.72. Tanner Arakaki . . . . . . . 23:00.03. Gabriel Tom . . . . . . . . 25:38.5

    Male 15-191. Gary Fanelli . . . . . . . . . 18:42.22. Jarrod Shinn . . . . . . . . 26:54.1

    Male 20-241.Travis Saito . . . . . . . . . 21:26.32. Justin Dahme . . . . . . . 21:40.8

    Male 25-291. Rob Baybayan . . . . . . . 19:36.72. Robert Leviker . . . . . . 22:55.93. Brandon Huey . . . . . . . 28:12.6

    Male 30-341. Timothy Howell . . . . . . 18:57.72. Kristian Miraflor . . . . . 23:14.03. Dean Levitt . . . . . . . . . 23:33.0

    Male 35-351. Burt Senas . . . . . . . . . 19:24.02. Charles Johnson . . . . . 21:00.03. Marcus Manuel . . . . . . 21:52.3

    Male 40-441. William Gardner . . . . . 18:37.42. Eric Gilman . . . . . . . . . 19:55.53. Aaron Lehl . . . . . . . . . 21:33.7

    Male 45-491. Fredrick Akutsu . . . . . . 20:11.22. Mark Nakakura . . . . . . 22:45.13. Louis Tomsic . . . . . . . 22:54.6

    Male 50-541. Frank Cashman . . . . . . 23:06.32. Doug Tonokawa . . . . . 23:28.23. Jonathan Hake . . . . . . 23:50.7

    Male 55-591. Rob Lang . . . . . . . . . . 19:25.12. Woody Noleen . . . . . . 20:27.93. Karl Seelanctt . . . . . . . 21:06.9

    Male 60-641. Alex Rodriguez . . . . . . 21:53.42. Michael Kasamoto . . . 21:55.53. Frank Pugliese . . . . . . 23:18.6

    Male 65-691. Ron Pate . . . . . . . . . . . 21:13.62. Michael Pietrusewsky . 29:10.33. Kent Best . . . . . . . . . . 30:33.9.

    Male 70-741. Alfred Chun . . . . . . . . . 26:04.52. Jack Karbens . . . . . . . 30:53.63. George Yamanuha . . . 31:59.0

    Male 75-791. Kit Smith . . . . . . . . . . . 29:29.32. Bart Mathias . . . . . . . . 29:55.73. Geoff Howard . . . . . . . 33:55.7

    Male 80-841. Brooks Kakiuchi . . . . 1:01:27.5

    MAGIC ISLAND BIATHLONJanuary 13, 2013

    Ala Moana Beach ParkFemale 19 & under

    1. Jessie Watkins . . . . . . 40:30.02. Jenna Ikegami . . . . . . 46:07.33. Riley Hester . . . . . . . . 50:33.7

    Female 20-241. Helen Meigs . . . . . . . . 39:49.72. Nicole Hagi . . . . . . . . . 43:55.53. Elise Laub . . . . . . . . . . 46:45.5

    Female 25-291. Kayla Johnson . . . . . . . 47:31.92. Sabra Della Lucia . . . . 50:52.83. Moe Matsuda. . . . . . . . 52:39.7

    Female 30-341. Christophe Jackson . . 44:54.82. Gretchen Miller . . . . . . 52:08.13. Michelle Conklin . . . . . 58:32.1

    Female 35-391. C H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43:41.22. Jacqueline Chappel . . . 45:26.93. Tiffany Bendorf . . . . . . 47:56.7

    Female 40-441. Shannon Fortner . . . . . 46:23.12. Catherine Collins . . . . . 49:32.93. Wendi Lau. . . . . . . . . . 53:29.3

    Female 45-491. Annie Kim . . . . . . . . . . 54:59.42. Hiroko Iijima . . . . . . . . 55:59.83. Tricia Wright . . . . . . 1:03:39.4

    Female 50-541. Karen Northcutt . . . . . 59:16.1

    Female 55-591. Linda Moran . . . . . . . . 55:44.72. Sharon Leng . . . . . . . . 57:22.23. Stephanie Marshall . 1:00:57.2

    Female 60-641. Peggy Regentine . . . . . 52:11.82. Nancy Hopkins . . . . . 1:19:53.6

    Female 65-691. Kathleen Tiller . . . . . 1:15:41.8

    Female 70 & over1. Joe Schoenecker . . . 1:07:20.1

    Male 19 & under1. Matthew Olson . . . . . . 44:26.12. Chad Ikegami. . . . . . . . 44:55.93. Nicholas Nakaya . . . . . 48:04.3

    Male 20-241. Devin Cloud . . . . . . . . 47:55.52. Robert Squires . . . . . . 49:11.73. Peter Fabbri . . . . . . . . 51:00.2

    Male 25-291. Noa Sakamoto . . . . . . 34:45.22. Riki Otaki . . . . . . . . . . 41:24.23. Rob Baybayan . . . . . . . 42:06.4

    Male 30-341. Robert OConner . . . . . 38:29.92. Adam Johnson. . . . . . . 38:27.03. Michael Koss . . . . . . . 39:18.6

    Male 35-391. Shawn Williamson . . . 37:22.12. Scott Morioka . . . . . . . 38:51.43. Steven Minaglia . . . . . 39:18.7

    Male 40-441. Bruce Waterman . . . . . 42:57.72. Michael Chun . . . . . . . 47:52.33. Russell Castagnaro . . . 49:07.4

    Male 45-491. Ted Yates . . . . . . . . . . 41:38.72. Stanford Oyama . . . . . 43:45.23. Rob Ziegler . . . . . . . . . 44:32.8

    Male 50-541. Stefan Reinke . . . . . . . 37:51.72. Stu Simmons . . . . . . . 41:48.83. Rob Seaver . . . . . . . . . 43:31.9

    Male 55-591. Woody Noleen . . . . . . 39:34.92. William McCarthy . . . . 40:45.13. Joe Laturnau . . . . . . . . 44:46.7

    Male 60-641. Alton Motobu . . . . . . . 47:54.22. Brad Coates . . . . . . . . 48:16.83. Vince Costello . . . . . . . 50:35.4

    Male 65-691. Stote Farnham . . . . . . 52:29.82. Ken Smith . . . . . . . . . . 54:19.03. Terence OToole . . . . . 54:39.9

    Male 70 & over1. Tom Tiller . . . . . . . . . 1:07.16.9

    HARBOR HUSTLE 10K AND 5KFebruary 2, 13 Hickam AFB

    10K Female Overall winner

    1. Jenny Partridge . . . . . . . 43:58Female 16-30

    1. Jennifer Markfort . . . . . . 54:312. Teneil Roman . . . . . . . . . 55:163. Meagan Lydon . . . . . . . . 57:14

    Female 31-501. Diana Jones . . . . . . . . . . 47:532. Elizabeth Erickson . . . . . 51:453. Gretchen Sharpe . . . . . . 53:36

    Female 51 & over1. Susana Peterson . . . . . . 59:282. Lisa Wilson . . . . . . . . . 1:04:333. Joel Helmer . . . . . . . . 1:38:05

    Male Overall winner1. Matthew Libstorff . . . . . 39:24

    Male 16-301. Matt Milar . . . . . . . . . . . 44:382. Ryan Scott . . . . . . . . . . . 46:133. Donald Michaud. . . . . . . 50:10

    Male 31-501. Jeff Yost . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42:492. Brendan Noone . . . . . . . 46:223. Arthur Veasley . . . . . . . . 46:38

    Male 51 and over1. Andrew Grandinetti . . . . 44:492. Michael Hee . . . . . . . . . . 50:013. Glen Marumoto . . . . . . . 52:14

    5KFemale Overall winner

    1. Sarah Yeom . . . . . . . . . . 25:26Female 15 and under

    1. Katie Hashimoto . . . . . . 26:152. Trinity Rasmussen . . . . 36:03.

    Female 16-301. Consuelo Accettola . . . . 28:282. Kristy Negron . . . . . . . . . 31:483. Ami Kawai . . . . . . . . . . . 31:49

    Female 31-501. Tracy Coot . . . . . . . . . . . 28:022. Kati Spencer-Mctavish . . 28:473. Gina Cabrera . . . . . . . . . 29:45

    Female 51 & over1. Diane Peake . . . . . . . . . . 30:512. Karen Loomis . . . . . . . . 32:443. Linda Okita . . . . . . . . . . . 38:04

    Male Overall winner1. Richar Svoboda . . . . . . . 19:13

    Male 15 & under1. Tristin Pash . . . . . . . . . . 24:582. Gabriel Tom . . . . . . . . . . 25:463. Scout Croot . . . . . . . . . . 27:52

    Male 16-301. Kristian Manduano . . . . . 23:112. Noel Anthony Eloriaga . . 24:07 3. Robert Leviker . . . . . . . . 24:39

    Male 31-501. Scott Mulinix . . . . . . . . . 21:282. Stephan Arnold . . . . . . . 22:453. Roman Sebrle . . . . . . . . 23:22

    Male 51 & over1. Robert Park . . . . . . . . . . 27:032. Kent Billings . . . . . . . . . . 27:263. Steve Peake . . . . . . . . . . 31:26

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  • RESULTS SPONSORED BY RUNNERS ROUTE

    Group run everyTuesday 5:30PM

    1322 Kapiolani Blvd.

    BOSETTI 10KJanuary 1, 2013 Hawaii Kai

    Female Open1. Jessica Douglas . . . . . 41:55.72. Farrah Madanay . . . . . 41:57.03. Manuela Kornenberg . 42:00.0

    9-un.: Lelia Shintani . . . 1:48:39.710-14: Noelani Tugaoen 1:08:01.615-19: Autumn Foumier . 53:27.720-24: Chelsea Oda . . . . 42:33.825-29: Alicia Andrade . . . 57:54.730-34: Jasmine Shinn . . . 54:55.235-39: Grace Sousa . . . . 50:20.640-44: Cheryl Miram . . . . 55:53.445-49: Stefy Matsumura . 44:53.750-54: Linda Takane . . . . 57:54.355-59: Sally Marcellus . . 53:08.160-64: Shuko Yamane . . 53:55.870-74: Joy Schoenecker 1:19:39.475-79: Rene MoWade . 1:28:37.2

    Male Open1. Andrew Taylor . . . . . . . 37:57.02. Hiro Toiya . . . . . . . . . . 38:42.83. David Carlsson . . . . . . 39:16.0

    9-un.: Kekoa Tugaoen . 1:00:07.410-14: Kala Campbell . . . 53:09.720-24: Ryan Cardenas . . 55:52.725-29: Odeelo Dayondon 39:43.030-34: Erik Badua . . . . . . 45:50.435-39: Sascha Riela . . . . 46:58.640-44: William Gardner . 40:27.645-49: AJ Tugaoen . . . . . 48:33.450-54: Craig Knohl . . . . . 43:25.455-59: Rob Lang . . . . . . . 42:28.260-64: Michael Georgi . . 45:51.665-69: Tom Craven . . . . . 54:53.6

    BOB AND RONS 5KJanuary 6, 2013 Kapiolani Park

    Female Open1. Heather Suttie . . . . . . . 20:35.62. Shereen White . . . . . . 20:57.73. Rena Ratcliff . . . . . . . 21:18.4.

    Female 10-141. Maya Ushijima . . . . . . 24:03.42. Rebecca Thomas . . . . 38:17.63. Natalie Thomas . . . . . . 46:33.9

    Female 15-191. Rise Morisato . . . . . . . 23:40.62. Jessica Kawana . . . . . 30:47.3

    Female 20-241. Melissa Kawana . . . . . 24:56.42. Hillary Heater . . . . . . . 26:23.33. Brittany Shapiro . . . . . 29:12.5

    Female 25-291. Leah Drebin . . . . . . . . 22:42.22. Jessica Fetter . . . . . . . 23:11.83. Rosermarie Delacruz . 23:24.4

    Female 30-341. Nicole Kanoho . . . . . . 21:46.82. Emmie Saigusa . . . . . . 22:07.33. Lauren Yoo . . . . . . . . . 24:04.8

    Female 35-391. Diana Jones . . . . . . . . 21:45.92. Grace Sousa . . . . . . . . 23:36.13. Julia Krampe . . . . . . . . 24:43.4

    Female 40-441. Ruth Jerome. . . . . . . . 29:08.12. Celise Nakakura . . . . . . 31:03.93. Bethany Porter . . . . . . 32:51.4

    Female 45-491. Yumiko Hansen. . . . . . 21:27.02. Kelli Lyau . . . . . . . . . . 23:14.73. Chika Kubota . . . . . . . 26:19.3

    Female 50-541. Linda Takane . . . . . . . . 25:51.02. Joann Morisato . . . . . . 27:09.43. Elise Cashman . . . . . . 27:21.6

    Female 55-591. Salty Marcellus . . . . . . 24:22.32. Connie Comiso . . . . . . 25:55.73. Annie Marshall . . . . . . 26:57.1

    Female 60-641. Shuko Yamane. . . . . . . 24:24.52. Janice Smolec . . . . . . . 29:05.53. Halina Zaleski . . . . . . . 29:26.6

    Female 65-691. Shirl Alvaro . . . . . . . . . 48:17.8

    Female 70-741. Carma Bamber. . . . . . . 29:16.02. Joy Schoenecker . . . . 35:38.1

    Male Open1. Andrew Taylor . . . . . . . 17:22.62. Connor Lehl . . . . . . . . 17:36.93. Jonathan Lyau . . . . . . 17:44.7

    Male 9 & under1. Nichola Pugliese . . . . . 21:51.42. Warren Hutchins . . . . . 33:00.23. Wesley Hutchins . . . . . 35:09.7

    Male 10-141. Kala Campbell . . . . . . . 21:48.72. Tanner Arakaki . . . . . . . 23:00.03. Gabriel Tom . . . . . . . . 25:38.5

    Male 15-191. Gary Fanelli . . . . . . . . . 18:42.22. Jarrod Shinn . . . . . . . . 26:54.1

    Male 20-241.Travis Saito . . . . . . . . . 21:26.32. Justin Dahme . . . . . . . 21:40.8

    Male 25-291. Rob Baybayan . . . . . . . 19:36.72. Robert Leviker . . . . . . 22:55.93. Brandon Huey . . . . . . . 28:12.6

    Male 30-341. Timothy Howell . . . . . . 18:57.72. Kristian Miraflor . . . . . 23:14.03. Dean Levitt . . . . . . . . . 23:33.0

    Male 35-351. Burt Senas . . . . . . . . . 19:24.02. Charles Johnson . . . . . 21:00.03. Marcus Manuel . . . . . . 21:52.3

    Male 40-441. William Gardner . . . . . 18:37.42. Eric Gilman . . . . . . . . . 19:55.53. Aaron Lehl . . . . . . . . . 21:33.7

    Male 45-491. Fredrick Akutsu . . . . . . 20:11.22. Mark Nakakura . . . . . . 22:45.13. Louis Tomsic . . . . . . . 22:54.6

    Male 50-541. Frank Cashman . . . . . . 23:06.32. Doug Tonokawa . . . . . 23:28.23. Jonathan Hake . . . . . . 23:50.7

    Male 55-591. Rob Lang . . . . . . . . . . 19:25.12. Woody Noleen . . . . . . 20:27.93. Karl Seelanctt . . . . . . . 21:06.9

    Male 60-641. Alex Rodriguez . . . . . . 21:53.42. Michael Kasamoto . . . 21:55.53. Frank Pugliese . . . . . . 23:18.6

    Male 65-691. Ron Pate . . . . . . . . . . . 21:13.62. Michael Pietrusewsky . 29:10.33. Kent Best . . . . . . . . . . 30:33.9.

    Male 70-741. Alfred Chun . . . . . . . . . 26:04.52. Jack Karbens . . . . . . . 30:53.63. George Yamanuha . . . 31:59.0

    Male 75-791. Kit Smith . . . . . . . . . . . 29:29.32. Bart Mathias . . . . . . . . 29:55.73. Geoff Howard . . . . . . . 33:55.7

    Male 80-841. Brooks Kakiuchi . . . . 1:01:27.5

    MAGIC ISLAND BIATHLONJanuary 13, 2013

    Ala Moana Beach ParkFemale 19 & under

    1. Jessie Watkins . . . . . . 40:30.02. Jenna Ikegami . . . . . . 46:07.33. Riley Hester . . . . . . . . 50:33.7

    Female 20-241. Helen Meigs . . . . . . . . 39:49.72. Nicole Hagi . . . . . . . . . 43:55.53. Elise Laub . . . . . . . . . . 46:45.5

    Female 25-291. Kayla Johnson . . . . . . . 47:31.92. Sabra Della Lucia . . . . 50:52.83. Moe Matsuda. . . . . . . . 52:39.7

    Female 30-341. Christophe Jackson . . 44:54.82. Gretchen Miller . . . . . . 52:08.13. Michelle Conklin . . . . . 58:32.1

    Female 35-391. C H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43:41.22. Jacqueline Chappel . . . 45:26.93. Tiffany Bendorf . . . . . . 47:56.7

    Female 40-441. Shannon Fortner . . . . . 46:23.12. Catherine Collins . . . . . 49:32.93. Wendi Lau. . . . . . . . . . 53:29.3

    Female 45-491. Annie Kim . . . . . . . . . . 54:59.42. Hiroko Iijima . . . . . . . . 55:59.83. Tricia Wright . . . . . . 1:03:39.4

    Female 50-541. Karen Northcutt . . . . . 59:16.1

    Female 55-591. Linda Moran . . . . . . . . 55:44.72. Sharon Leng . . . . . . . . 57:22.23. Stephanie Marshall . 1:00:57.2

    Female 60-641. Peggy Regentine . . . . . 52:11.82. Nancy Hopkins . . . . . 1:19:53.6

    Female 65-691. Kathleen Tiller . . . . . 1:15:41.8

    Female 70 & over1. Joe Schoenecker . . . 1:07:20.1

    Male 19 & under1. Matthew Olson . . . . . . 44:26.12. Chad Ikegami. . . . . . . . 44:55.93. Nicholas Nakaya . . . . . 48:04.3

    Male 20-241. Devin Cloud . . . . . . . . 47:55.52. Robert Squires . . . . . . 49:11.73. Peter Fabbri . . . . . . . . 51:00.2

    Male 25-291. Noa Sakamoto . . . . . . 34:45.22. Riki Otaki . . . . . . . . . . 41:24.23. Rob Baybayan . . . . . . . 42:06.4

    Male 30-341. Robert OConner . . . . . 38:29.92. Adam Johnson. . . . . . . 38:27.03. Michael Koss . . . . . . . 39:18.6

    Male 35-391. Shawn Williamson . . . 37:22.12. Scott Morioka . . . . . . . 38:51.43. Steven Minaglia . . . . . 39:18.7

    Male 40-441. Bruce Waterman . . . . . 42:57.72. Michael Chun . . . . . . . 47:52.33. Russell Castagnaro . . . 49:07.4

    Male 45-491. Ted Yates . . . . . . . . . . 41:38.72. Stanford Oyama . . . . . 43:45.23. Rob Ziegler . . . . . . . . . 44:32.8

    Male 50-541. Stefan Reinke . . . . . . . 37:51.72. Stu Simmons . . . . . . . 41:48.83. Rob Seaver . . . . . . . . . 43:31.9

    Male 55-591. Woody Noleen . . . . . . 39:34.92. William McCarthy . . . . 40:45.13. Joe Laturnau . . . . . . . . 44:46.7

    Male 60-641. Alton Motobu . . . . . . . 47:54.22. Brad Coates . . . . . . . . 48:16.83. Vince Costello . . . . . . . 50:35.4

    Male 65-691. Stote Farnham . . . . . . 52:29.82. Ken Smith . . . . . . . . . . 54:19.03. Terence OToole . . . . . 54:39.9

    Male 70 & over1. Tom Tiller . . . . . . . . . 1:07.16.9

    HARBOR HUSTLE 10K AND 5KFebruary 2, 13 Hickam AFB

    10K Female Overall winner

    1. Jenny Partridge . . . . . . . 43:58Female 16-30

    1. Jennifer Markfort . . . . . . 54:312. Teneil Roman . . . . . . . . . 55:163. Meagan Lydon . . . . . . . . 57:14

    Female 31-501. Diana Jones . . . . . . . . . . 47:532. Elizabeth Erickson . . . . . 51:453. Gretchen Sharpe . . . . . . 53:36

    Female 51 & over1. Susana Peterson . . . . . . 59:282. Lisa Wilson . . . . . . . . . 1:04:333. Joel Helmer . . . . . . . . 1:38:05

    Male Overall winner1. Matthew Libstorff . . . . . 39:24

    Male 16-301. Matt Milar . . . . . . . . . . . 44:382. Ryan Scott . . . . . . . . . . . 46:133. Donald Michaud. . . . . . . 50:10

    Male 31-501. Jeff Yost . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42:492. Brendan Noone . . . . . . . 46:223. Arthur Veasley . . . . . . . . 46:38

    Male 51 and over1. Andrew Grandinetti . . . . 44:492. Michael Hee . . . . . . . . . . 50:013. Glen Marumoto . . . . . . . 52:14

    5KFemale Overall winner

    1. Sarah Yeom . . . . . . . . . . 25:26Female 15 and under

    1. Katie Hashimoto . . . . . . 26:152. Trinity Rasmussen . . . . 36:03.

    Female 16-301. Consuelo Accettola . . . . 28:282. Kristy Negron . . . . . . . . . 31:483. Ami Kawai . . . . . . . . . . . 31:49

    Female 31-501. Tracy Coot . . . . . . . . . . . 28:022. Kati Spencer-Mctavish . . 28:473. Gina Cabrera . . . . . . . . . 29:45

    Female 51 & over1. Diane Peake . . . . . . . . . . 30:512. Karen Loomis . . . . . . . . 32:443. Linda Okita . . . . . . . . . . . 38:04

    Male Overall winner1. Richar Svoboda . . . . . . . 19:13

    Male 15 & under1. Tristin Pash . . . . . . . . . . 24:582. Gabriel Tom . . . . . . . . . . 25:463. Scout Croot . . . . . . . . . . 27:52

    Male 16-301. Kristian Manduano . . . . . 23:112. Noel Anthony Eloriaga . . 24:07 3. Robert Leviker . . . . . . . . 24:39

    Male 31-501. Scott Mulinix . . . . . . . . . 21:282. Stephan Arnold . . . . . . . 22:453. Roman Sebrle . . . . . . . . 23:22

    Male 51 & over1. Robert Park . . . . . . . . . . 27:032. Kent Billings . . . . . . . . . . 27:263. Steve Peake . . . . . . . . . . 31:26

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    HAROLD CHAPSON 8KJanuary 20, 13 Kapiolani Park

    Female Open1. Jill Thompson . . . . . . . . 30:492. Christina Wong . . . . . . . 32:063. Jenny Partridge . . . . . . . 32:50

    Female 10-141. Maya Ushijima2. Charlie Powell . . . . . . . . 55:093. Elizabeth Atkin . . . . . . 1:00:17

    Female 15-191. Ries Morisato . . . . . . . . 41:172. Lisa Mackner . . . . . . . . . 59:043. Andrea Kallmeyer . . . . 1:02:30

    Female 20-241. Melissa Kawana . . . . . . . 39:192. Kaleigh Ligus . . . . . . . . . 52:353. Cheri Chavez . . . . . . . . . 56:22

    Female 25-291. Rosemarie Delacruz . . . . 37:342. Miranda McAleer . . . . . . 50:423. Erin Howat . . . . . . . . . . . 52:45

    Female 30-341. Emmie Saigusa . . . . . . . 35:362. Nalani Kaun . . . . . . . . . . 37:343. Kim Cayzer . . . . . . . . . . . 39:18

    Female 35-391. Grace Sousa . . . . . . . . . 38:152. Michelle Simmons . . . . . 38:253. Lisa Matsuoka . . . . . . . . 39:35

    Female 40-441. Kat Lin-Hurtubise . . . . . . 47:192. Ruth Jerome . . . . . . . . . 47:373. Celise Nakakura . . . . . . . 49:51

    Female 45-501. Stefy Matsumura . . . . . . 34:162. Kelli Lyau . . . . . . . . . . . . 37:123. Carmen Polworth. . . . . . 44:10

    Female 50-541. Joann Morisato . . . . . . . 43:582. Rhonda Black . . . . . . . . . 44:513. Cecile Chisholm . . . . . . . 50:11

    Female 55-591. Eriko Fong . . . . . . . . . . . 39:272. Sally Marcellus . . . . . . . 39:363. Connie Comiso . . . . . . . 41:56

    Female 60-641. Shuko Yamane. . . . . . . . 40:202. Halina Zaleski . . . . . . . . . 44:313. Janice Simolec . . . . . . . . 46:48

    Female 65-691. Yukiko Hashimoto . . . . . 44:092. Ann Gruneisen . . . . . . . . 52:233. Shirl Alvaro . . . . . . . . . 1:06:50

    Female 70-741. Joy Schoenecker . . . . . . 59:39

    Female 75-791. Rene McWade. . . . . . . 1:05:32

    Male Open1. Nate Carlson . . . . . . . . . 25:522. Ben Williams . . . . . . . . . 26:313. Bradley Keefe . . . . . . . . . 26:47

    Male 9 and under1. Nicholas Pugliese . . . . . 37:06

    Male 10-141. Connor Lehl . . . . . . . . . . 29:482. Kaeh Powell . . . . . . . . . . 34:193. Kala Campbell . . . . . . . . 35:03

    Male 15-191. Ku Kaahanui . . . . . . . . . . 27:442. Sebastian Barahal . . . . . 31:173. Andrew Trozzi . . . . . . . . 41:38

    Male 20-241. Justin Dahme . . . . . . . . . 35:56

    Male 25-291. Rod Baybayan . . . . . . . . 31:172. Vadim Gurevich . . . . . . . 42:193. Ryan Best . . . . . . . . . . . 44:53

    Male 30-341. Andrew Taylor . . . . . . . . 29:142. Shem Lawlor . . . . . . . . . 34:333. James Horton . . . . . . . . 35:04

    Male 35-391. Charles Johnson . . . . . . 33:072. Dwayne Chang . . . . . . . . 33:223. Carl Delacruz . . . . . . . . . 37:21

    Male 40-441. Michael Garrison . . . . . . 29:402. William Gardner . . . . . . . 29:543. Jeff Snyder . . . . . . . . . . 31:57

    Male 45-491. Jonathan Lyau . . . . . . . . 27:572. Frederick Akutsu . . . . . . 32:273. Jonathan Kallmeyer . . . . 34:24

    Male 50-541. Craig Knohl . . . . . . . . . . 32:192. Ted Lyon . . . . . . . . . . . . 34:443. Doug Tonokawa . . . . . . . 37:50

    Male 55-591. Rob Lang . . . . . . . . . . . . 31:422. Miki Hyun . . . . . . . . . . . 39:393. Bruce Tsutsui . . . . . . . . . 40:49

    Male 60-641. Michael Kasamoto . . . . . 36:252. Frank Pugliese . . . . . . . . 38:353. Stephen Yamane . . . . . . 40:15

    Male 65-691. Ron Pate . . . . . . . . . . . . 33:562. Tom Craven . . . . . . . . . . 44:023. Michael Pietruewsky . . . 47:16

    Male 70-741. Alfred Chun . . . . . . . . . . 42:282. Alec Brownlow . . . . . . . . 46:273. George Yamanuha . . . . . 52:16

    Male 75-791. Kit Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . 46:332. Bart Mathias . . . . . . . . . 49:003. Geoff Howard . . . . . . . . . 55:31

    Male 80-841. Brooks Kakiuchi . . . . . 1:37:01

    NEWMAN CENTER 5K FUN RUNJanuary 26, 2013

    Female Open1. Kelsie Kobayashi . . . . . . 21:122. Ali Williams . . . . . . . . . . 21:13Student: Megan Dart . . . . . 21:39Under 12: Asya Burcham . . 29:4455-over: Sally Marcellus . . 23:41

    Male Open1. Gary Fanelli . . . . . . . . . . 17:552. Thomas Gouard . . . . . . . 18:44Student: Ryan Mayeda. . . . 20:22Under 12: Azriel Burcham . 22:5555-over: Rob Lang . . . . . . . 19:25

    Mixed Baby in strollerMatthew Bielik . . . . . . . . . . 27:12

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