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Good Luck To The Peacock Challengers

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Peacock Challenge 55 is upon us this weekend! Freddy and the race management team would like to thank all the volunteers, crews, and family members for putting so much time and effort to make this race happen. 

The roster list has been submitted to the US Army earlier today (Thursday, 10/19). So if you made it to the list, please don't forget to bring your ID's this Saturday in order to gain access to Dillingham Airfield.

For the runners and pacers, this is probably a good time to review the Peacock Challenge 55 Mile Run Information. Race check-in will begin at 4am to accommodate for the possible bottleneck at Dillingham Airfield's gate.

The current forecast this Saturday for Waialua is partly cloudy with a high of 87° and 10% chance of rain. 

See you soon!

Augusto


ATTN: Peacock Challenge Announcements

1.) The US Army will take over access control of Dillingham Airfield from October 16 to October 28. So if you have plans to be inside Dillingham Airfield during the race on October 21st for any reason such as to spectate, to volunteer, or to crew your runner, please contact the race director, Freddy, to be added to the roster list. If you are not on the roster list, the Army will deny you entry into Dillingham Airfield. Please have your photo ID such as State ID or driver license with you at all times especially when leaving and entering Dillingham Airfield. If you need to be inside Dillingham Airfield before the race begins, consider the possible bottleneck at the entrance gate and any other scenarios the Army could throw our way.

2.) Freddy still needs volunteers for the race.

3.) DEADLINE: October 19! If you're not on the roster list by then, you will not get access to Dillingham Airfield.

4.) To contact Freddy, email him: freddyhalmes[at]gmail[dot]com. You can also use our Contact page, select "Peacock Challenge 55 mile" as the Subject, and request to be added to the roster list and/or volunteer list.

5.) Please spread the word!


Does anyone know the current condition of Long Road? I'm planning on camping at Peacock Flats soon, but I've never been up there before. Thanks!