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@lilshortee1978

Eleele, HI Raving since 2022 Active 8 months ago

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Personal Bests (3)

Race Distance Location Date Result
Marathon Koloa, HI Sep 4, 2022 5:57:21
Half Marathon Honolulu, HI Apr 10, 2022 2:32:00
8 Miler Hanalei, HI Jun 4, 2022 1:26:00

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Past Races (8)

Race Distance Location Date Result My Raves My Performance
Half Marathon Las Vegas, NV Feb 26, 2023
Marathon Honolulu, HI Dec 11, 2022
10K Koloa, HI Nov 12, 2022
5K Waialua, HI Oct 29, 2022
Marathon Koloa, HI Sep 4, 2022 5:57:21
8 Miler Hanalei, HI Jun 4, 2022 1:26:00
Half Marathon Honolulu, HI Apr 10, 2022 2:32:00
Half Marathon Koloa, HI Sep 3, 2017

My Raves

I was very nervous, I've done the half marathon part of this course every year for the past 7years so I knew what to expect on the first half of … MORE

I was very nervous, I’ve done the half marathon part of this course every year for the past 7years so I knew what to expect on the first half of it. I reviewed the full course online and I knew it was going to be challenging. But as I split off from the half marathon runners and I began my journey into the full part of the course I felt great, and there were adequate hydration tents along the course with portapotties? Sorry idk how to spell that lol, also staff riding a moped up and down the course checking in on runners for cramping or hydration needs. There was entertainment along the course people dancing hula, drummers beating drums, music. There was also local people in the neighborhoods cheering and some of them set out sprinklers and sprayed runners with their garden hoses, they even had treats and drinks set out on tables! On one house the lady had fan like paddles in her hands and she began fanning me as I passed her home, she cheered for me and said “just around the corner it’ll open up and you’ll get some nice winds!” There were markers to mark the distance along the course which was really nice to see. It gave me that push to make it to the next marker lol. My training had paid off! My advice would be to train for this course because it has lots of hills. We got lucky with the weather that day. We were blessed with sprinkles of rain and some overcast, and wonderful Tradewinds. But it’s not always like that, we have some hot humid days. Make you feel like your running in hell. Do this race at least once in your life it’s worth it. Lucky I live here, I can do it again. I am proud of myself, I survived it.

DIFFICULTY
5
PRODUCTION
5
SCENERY
5
SWAG
3
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This is a difficult course, absolutely beautiful scenery throughout with hula dancers, drums, water stations, porta potties, locals cheering you on along the way with their garden hose sprinklers on … MORE

This is a difficult course, absolutely beautiful scenery throughout with hula dancers, drums, water stations, porta potties, locals cheering you on along the way with their garden hose sprinklers on to cool down runners as we pass by. There were local families giving out water bottles as you ran by their houses. The race is well organized, mile markers along the way. Unlike the Honolulu Hapalua Marathon, I didnt see any mile markers through the entire run. I relied on my tracker on my phone. Volunteers passing out cold towels by kukuiula bypass road. Finish the race down by the coastline near the Sheraton Resort. Definitely train for this if you choose to do the full Marathon. It’s a beast of a course. The half pales in comparison.

DIFFICULTY
5
PRODUCTION
5
SCENERY
5
SWAG
5

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