Steve Dewald and other Hawaii Athletes at the Inaugural Arizona Ironman

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The inaguaral Arizona Ironman triathlon was this past Saturday, (4/9/05) and H.U.R.T. members (past and present plus friends of H.U.R.T. members) did well. Steve Dewald completed the race in 11:49.01. Showing his H.U.R.T. legs, Steve ran a 4:15.45 marathon to end the race. Wow! Congratualtions and way to go Steve!! … Read More

Illegal Tour Operator Fined…

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Aloha Trail Runners, Thought you might be interested in this post from Aaron Lowe: "As you may have heard or seen in the news, Magnum Tours has been fined by the DLNR $2,500.00 for illegal tour operations on the Manoa Falls Trail.  While the Department sees this as a great … Read More

Not to Be Outdone, Pam Reed Will Attempt 300 Miles

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Dean Karnezes has been getting all of the attention but Pam Reed isn’t sitting still. She will attempt 300 miles on Easter weekend in the Tuscon area. Pam was the overall Badwater winner in 2002 and 2003. In 2004, she placed second behind Dean Karnezes Click here for the full … Read More

Dean Karnazes Transcript from Endurance Radio

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Dean K. has been getting lots of press. Those of you who subcribe to the Ultra list have probably read about his upcoming book tour. It seems not all ultra runners are in favor of the press Dean is bringing to the sport or they are just jealous of how … Read More

Marshall Ulrich – “Triple Crown” Ultra Athlete

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Marshall Ulrich has a new title as he is the first person to complete the "Triple Crown of Extreme Sports" – ultra running, adventure racing and mountaineering. http://www.fortmorgantimes.com/Stories/0,1413,164~8318~2737467,00.html At 53 years old, he is about to complete the "seven summits", climbing the highest peak on all seven continents. He has … Read More

Karnazes is No Mere Mortal

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Many of us know the exploits of Dean Karnazes. Here’s an article in Time Magazine’s on-line edition about him training to run 300 miles non-stop and his new book Ultramarathon Man to be published next month. http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1029875-1,00.html There is even a reference that women make better ultra runners. Hmmm, what … Read More

Race up Kilimanjaro!

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Here is somethng cool, a race up Kilimanjaro: http://www.dailycamera.com/bdc/our_town/article/0,1713,BDC_2518_3553404,00.html I came across this and know how some of you just love challenges and running up hills. This race is being organized by Pemba Sherpa, a member of Boulder’s running group, Boulder Trail Runners. In July, 30 runners will participate in … Read More

Na Ala Hele Oahu Advisory Council – Report #2

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Aloha Runners!  FYI, a brief summary of the meeting held 15 February 2005. 1.  Poamoho Trail access is still being negotiated between Dole and the State.  When signed, the public will have access directly to the trail head.  Per Aaron, this would be a "killer" location for a trail run! … Read More

Western States and Snow Pack

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For the runners headed to Western States this year–it looks like it could be a snow year. The following link http://www.dclundell.net/running/ws100-snow-conditions/ supplied by Don Charles Lundell shows that the snow pack is at 105% as of February 7th at Squaw Valley. Good Training!!

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

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The Oahu Na Ala Hele Trails and Access program and the Hawaii Nature Center are asking volunteers to come and help on the Makiki Watershed Awareness Initiative, or MAKIKI WAI project. Post HURT 100, on Saturday, January 22nd, 5 HURT runners replanted seven ala He’e trees plus weeded and restored … Read More

Na Ala Hele Trail Advisory Council Meeting

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For anyone Interested: NA ALA HELE TRAIL ADVISORY COUNCIL MEETING Tuesday, 15 February 2005Makiki Baseyard Conference room4-5:30PM Meeting is open to public.Partial Agenda includes:          1.  Poamoho trail access status         2.  Manoa Falls parking agreement         3.  Trail maintenance report         4.  Wahiawa Hills … Read More

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