Hawaii Sport March 2013 - Triathlon Tips

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  • SUBARU DEALERS OF HAWAII

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  • SUBARU DEALERS OF HAWAII

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  • Editors: Melissa Pampulov

    Design and Layout: Chris Moore

    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.

    Distribution: Pete Meindertsma, Lisa Allosada and Machlin Woo.

    Team Hawaii Sport: Zara Nguyen, Greg Gedemer, Courtney Osaki, Jennifer Lieu,Anna DeQuintanaRoo, Lauren Murata, Crystal Banning, Melissa Pampulov, KevinEnriques.

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    Legal Information: Copyright 2013 by Hawaii Sport Mag. All rights reserved. Viewsexpressed in articles herein are solely those of the authors and are not intended torepresent the views of the publisher. By submitting an article or photo to HawaiiSport Mag., the contributor gives permission to the publisher to use such materialin a manner it determines to be appropriate for the publication. Publisher is not liablefor any loss or damage resulting from content of advertisements.

    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

    Mar

    ian

    e : R

    un

    ner

    & T

    riat

    hle

    teL

    ori : Ironm

    an T

    riathlete

  • 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

    T 946-0346 TryFitnessHawaii.com TryFitness@hawaii.rr.com

    coming events

    The Womens Fitness Experts

  • 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: _______

    First Name:_________________________________ Last Name: ______________________________ M.I. _____ M or F______ Age: _______

    Address :__________________________________________________________ Apt No. ______ City: ________________ State: ____________

    Please check T-Shirt Size below:

    Youth Sizes: Youth Small ___ Youth Medium ___ Youth Large ___ Adult Sizes: Small ___ Medium ___ Large ___ XL ___ XXL ___

    Best Contact Number Including Area Code: ___________________________________________________________________________________

    Emergency Contact on Day of Event Including Area Code: ______________________________________________________________________

    Email Address: ___________________________________________________

    2. Check box below. 3. Please Read and Sign

    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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