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H.U.R.T. Trail Series "Run with a View" Saturday May 9, 2009

IMG_1199 Aloha Athletes,

The next race in the 2009 H.U.R.T. Trail Series is coming up this Saturday. The Run with A View race is 8 miles of fun. In typical H.U.R.T. style, the course is 4 miles uphill and the second half, all downhill.

2008 race results and photos can be found on the right side using the drop down menus.

Since we are starting in a neighborhood park, let's be good neighbors and keep it quiet during race arrivals and registration.

The race starts at the neighborhood park (on the left) at the corner of Kaahele St. and Naalii St., goes 1/2 mile up Kaahele St. to the trailhead and makes a 7 mile clockwise loop on trails before returning back down Kaahele St. to the park. It is 8 miles total. Lisa Dewald will be stationed at the only aid station at the 3.5 mile mark, so plan to bring a water bottle, as you may need it. The race starts at 7:00 am, so please be there to check in by 6:30 am with your $10 entry fee. Awards will be given to the first 10 men and to the first 10 women finishers and there will be soda, water, gatorade and some food at the finish. Fun for all ! We also have a limited supply of nice, new Patagonia/HURT Trail Series shirts for $20 each.

Driving directions: If you are coming from Honolulu, take H-1 freeway ewa direction to the Waimalu Exit.IMG_1211 After taking the Waimalu Exit, immediately get into the left lane and prepare to stop at the traffic light. Take another left at the stop light, getting onto Moanalua Rd. (heading Diamondhead). Go to the 2nd traffic light, Kaahele St., and take a left (mauka). continue up Kaahele St. for quite a distance up the hill, until you reach the stop sign at Naalii Street. The neighborhood park is on the left and there is plenty of parking on Kaahele St.

If you have any questions, contact Race Directors, Cheryl Loomis 488-0784 cheryl.loomis@cubic.com) or Don Fallis 247-4144 expo@hawaii.rr.com

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Glenn Mackie

Can anyone give a lift to the race for a mainlander staying out in Waikiki?
rgmackie@yahoo.com

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