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October 29, 2012


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Thanks to EVERYONE involved in the organisation of the event - I thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience. I can't imagine how hard it was to pull runners away from doing what they love, but it was the right decision. Congrats to everyone who was out there!!

Patrick C.

Thanks to everyone who supported us out there.. Great staff and the correct decision was made. I truly appreciate the opportunity to participate!!

Jeff Huff

Great job runners! You are all incredible. After 50 miles of dirt, grime, sweat, fatigue, stiffness you all hung in there... then you still had to get off the mountain. Simply incredible. You are all champions. To Larry and Rob, job very well done.


Erik Tanaka

I'd like to thank everyone for being really patient with me. I take forever to get around the courses but have only received aloha. I will never forget this, especially from 3-way to 3-way solo at night! ^_^


See you all in January!


jimmy davis

Anyone know of a lost and found? Missing black trail shoes, white columbia hat and white sunglasses. Aloha, Jimmy D. jtdsurf@hotmail.com


Rob and Larry did what they had to to do. It was a great event. Congratulations and thanks to all who worked on the race and volunteered. Everyone did their best. Times, finishes, places are secondary. Nothing matters but the effort.


Great job by the runners, RD's, A/S captains and volunteers. There should be no regrets in what was done on that day!!


I couldn't agree more with the decisions made by Larry and Rob as well as with the comments posted here. Thanks to everyone who worked very hard preparing for the race, those supporting the runners during the race, and those assisting in the evacuation at the end. Mahalo!


Mahalo nui loa to all those responsible for putting on this years Peacock race!!! It was truly a very well organized event!!! Very tough decisions had to be made and I truly appreciate all the countless hours and behind the scenes efforts of all those involved to insure our safety!!! Love you HURT Ohana!!!


Tough, but correct decisions! The RDs had an obligation to the permit and to the State of Hawaii, and to keeping our runners safe.
Great job to all involved.

Arvel Shults

Very Well Done!!!
So happy everyone is safe!!!
Now you all live to run another day!!!!
Aloha from Sandy in the DC area (Arvel and Benita)


big mahalo. great organization. what a wonderful experience. Aloha, T

Kelly Sutcliffe

Can somebody please change my gender from 'Male' to 'Female'. haha. Almost every race I'm listed as a male! I know I may sometimes act like one.. but I can assure you I'm not! Great race as always! Thank you everyone :)

Augusto Decastro

Great race, great people. Not knowing what to anticipate in such a long and difficult course, I can honestly say that I've finally experienced the "Magic". I dont know what else to say but thank you from the bottom of my heart. I can't wait for next year. Aloha.

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