Training Re-Start Date

Great news…. the Mayor’s office has announced the gradual re-opening of Oahu starting today.For the latest info… go to:https://www.oneoahu.org/ We will start up our training again next Tuesday September 29.Meet us 6 pm at the Ohana Hale Marketplace.It’s located at 333 Ward Avenue at the location of the former Ohana Hale Marketplace.There’s plenty of parking available in…

Weekend Training August 15/16

Saturday Timed 5K Run Every week 7 am on Monsarrat Ave. in front of the Waikiki Shell.Street parking.Please wear a mask when we meet up, and then out on the run course is optional.The route goes 1-1/2 times around the outside of the park and ends at the Queen Kapiolani Statue (same as the Honolulu…

Hawaii Kai Ultra Run – XTreme 2020 Finishers

Congratulations to the 30 finishers this year!From 10K to 100 miles. 60% were Ultra distance and above. 40% were 10K, Half and Marathon. Here are the results:Frank MacMillen 50K 12:57Chet “the Jet” Blanton 100 miles 32:33:00Al Tod 52 miles Brendan Nichols 50K 7:43:31Christopher Brown 100K 13:09:50Ong Weng 30 miles Jeremy Killeen 50 miles 11:03:20Randy Ramos…

Final Instructions HKUR-XT

Aloha! This year because of the current restrictions, we have a small group of about 30 athletes running distances from a Half Marathon to 100 miles!The thing I like about it, is most people are doing ultra distances. That’s great! There is no packet pickup…Starting time, and distance is your choice… just sign in and go! Any time Saturday…

HKUR-XT Q&A

Aloha! Check-in for the HKUR-XT at Kalama Valley Community Park (555 Kealahou St. Honolulu, 96825) – It’s approximately 13 miles and a 30 minute drive from Waikiki.) Any time 3 AM or after on Saturday, or all day Sunday.*** Important – If you are arriving EARLY morning hours – please keep the noise down to…

Hawaii Kai Ultra Run XTreme 2020

Update Newsletter Aloha!Thanks for your interest in the Hawaii Kai Ultra Run – XTreme 2020.We plan to put on a fun and safe event for you this year.The event will take place with some minor adjustments (below) due to the current covid-19 recommended guidelines.Note: Some of you have already deferred your entry to a future HKUR event. If you…

Important Training Update: Coronavirus

Aloha! I hope you are healthy and doing well.I’m sure all of you have been following the latest updates on coronavirus and things have been changing so rapidly by the day, even by the hour. Unfortunately, I have to announce that we are suspending group training at the Hawaii Running Project until further notice. Recommendations…

Training Schedule for the Week of March 10 to 15

Aloha!  Congratulations to Peng (3rd) and Kekoa (1st) Ratchaworapong who won their respective age groups in the MPRRC Aloha Readiness Series of races – 5K, 8K, 10K – preparing for the Great Aloha Run. It is determined by combining the times for all three races to see who is the fastest. Awards were presented at the MPRRC Annual Banquet. This months free VSH Lecture…

Training Schedule February 25 to March 1

Aloha!  This weekend we kick-off the Half Marathon Training session.* Sunday March 1st* Orientation is 7 am at the Kapiolani Park bandstand, followed by a short run.* Free parking available in the Kapiolani Park/ Waikiki Shell parking lot.* Drawings for door prizes* 12 weeks, from March 1st until May 24.* Meet up every Sunday morning for a…

Training Schedule February 18 to 23

Aloha!Congratulations to everyone who ran the Great Aloha Run!I talked to a few of you who set a personal best time!And, others who ran it just for fun. That’s great too. GAR raises a lot of money for local charities, so it’s important that we support our community that way. Here’s the link to the results: https://www.greataloharun.com/race-results/ In…