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HURT100 Photos, Videos, Reports and More

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Aloha HURT100 fans! It's been over two weeks since    fill in the blank   . (Leave comment below)

Let's put our hands together again and congratulate Avery Collins and Darcy Piceu for winning HURT100 2018! You can view the full results at UltraSignup.

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L-R: Guillaume Calmettes (2nd Male), Masazumi Fujioka (3rd Male), Darcy Piceu (1st Female), and Becky Bates (2nd Female)

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The folks at California Bohemian Leather has made a belt exclusively for HURT100 finishers who earned their buckle. In addition, they have created a special HURT100 20% discount.  

The coupon code is HURT100, and runners can simply type it in during checkout and they will receive 20% off their purchase.

Click here to shop.


The next HURT100 will be on January 19 and 20, 2018. We will announce the lottery registration by the 3rd week of July. In the meantime, here's a compilation of various media with permission from different sources to hopefully get you motivated to register again.

PHOTOS:
Kalani Pascual (Facebook)
Benito Quintana (Facebook)
Howie Stern
Gary Wang (Facebook)
Augusto Decastro

VIDEOS:
Tony Barnhill (Vimeo)
Cesare Rotundo (YouTube)
Mauricio Puerto (Relive)
Kristin Hartman (Facebook)
Ryan Smith from UltraRunning Magazine (Facebook)

WRITE-UPS/RACE REPORTS:
Avery Collins
Bree Wee
Marylou Corino
Dion Leonard (Facebook)
David Green (Facebook)
Jeff Jackson (LinkedIn)
Allen Lucas

SOCIAL MEDIA (with HURT100 Hashtag)
Instagram
Twitter
Facebook

If you would like to share your HURT100 (2018) experience with us, please contact us and we will add it to this post.

Mahalo! We hope to see you all next year.

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Finishing Rate by State and Country for HURT100 (2016)

The table below shows the breakdown of finishing rate by State and Country.

Czech Republic 1/1 100%
Costa Rica 1/1 100%
Denmark 1/1 100%
Hong Kong 1/1 100%
Maryland 1/1 100%
New Jersey 1/1 100%
Philippines 1/1 100%
Utah 1/1 100%
Oregon 5/6 83%
Colorado 3/4 75%
Canada 5/7 71% (BC - 3/3, AB- 2/3, ON - 0/1)
Arizona 2/3 67%
Ohio 2/3 67% (GO CLEVELAND!)
Australia 1/2 50%
South Carolina 1/2 50%
Virginia 2/4 50%
Washington 3/7 43%
HURT100 (2016) 53/125 42% - Finishing Average
Hawaii 9/26 34% (GO WAHIAWA!)
Minnesota 1/3 33%
Japan 3/10 30%
California 7/28 25%
Illinois 1/4 25%
Forida 0/1 0%
Georgia 0/1 0%
GBR 0/1 0%
IN 0/1 0%
NC 0/1 0%
TX 0/1 0%
NY 0/2 0%

 

The table below shows the breakdown of finishing rate by Region.

14/22
 
64%
 
WEST
(AZ, CO, OR, TX, UT, WA)
14/25
 
56%
 
FOREIGN
(AUS, BC, CAN, CZE, CRI, DNK, GBR, HKG, JPN, PHL)
53/125 42% Finishing Average for HURT100 (2016)
9/24
 
38%
 
EAST
( IL, FL, GA, IN, MD, MN, NC, NJ, NY, OH, SC, VA)
9/26
 
35%
 
HI
(Tsk, tsk, tsk. A good % in the old days)
7/28 25% CA

2012 HURT 100 Photos from Stan Jensen and Photos from Paradise Park

Aloha Athletes,

Stan Jensen sent me these links from over 400 photos Neal and Marian took during the run at their aid station. Enjoy!

http://www.kodakgallery.com/gallery/sharing/shareRedirectSwitchBoard.jsp?token=8195359470103%3A2076948233

http://www.kodakgallery.com/gallery/sharing/shareRedirectSwitchBoard.jsp?token=4395359470103%3A918967872

http://www.kodakgallery.com/gallery/sharing/shareRedirectSwitchBoard.jsp?token=5395359470103%3A1057117230

http://www.kodakgallery.com/gallery/sharing/shareRedirectSwitchBoard.jsp?token=2598659470103%3A1278253650

Stan took the following photos and linked them through Facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150688856868626.490814.839578625&type=3&l=eade1cd120

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150688874823626.490815.839578625&type=3&l=404211782f

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150688898258626.490821.839578625&type=3&l=df3ebcc1f5

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150690224608626.491021.839578625&type=3&l=f925f38b5a


HURT Photos

Aloha Athletes,

The number of images taken at this years race was in the thousands. I know we will be seeing more and some have already been posted to sites like Facebook.

Sebastien How was out on the course and has provided this link to photos he took:

http://gallery.esebas.net/index.php?dir=HURT100

They are somewhat organized by bib number. Thanks Sebastien!

Aloha, Bob


Via e-mail from Frank MacMillan

I'm back on the mainland but I wanted to point out to the blog that David Carlsson not only completed 100k at HURT but a week later placed 'first' in the Hilo to Volcano run in case you guys didn't know.  Great work for a guy who a month ago was just trying to get under 3 hours at Honolulu Marathon (and he did).  I'm pretty sure this is the same guy (last name misspelled in Big Dog's results) as I talked to him before the race and he is the only David in the finishers.  He was camping near Akaka Falls and said ran into the New Mexico HURT runners.

I was still sore and could barely stay ahead of the Cowman though it was nice to have a course with only a few banyan roots in the first ½ mile. 

http://www.jtltiming.com/results/h2v.html


Hawaii Runs to The Mainland

This coming weekend several Hawaii ultra runners will be participating in three different races on the mainland. From Vermont to Colorado and Nevada (Lake Tahoe area). I'll be following up later this week with their names and hopefully links to allow you to track their progress. Hardrock starts Friday morning while the other two races start Saturday morning. As some of the runners will be leaving early this week, we want to wish them all best of luck! Run strong and do your best!!

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Hardrock

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The Official Uncensored Olo Mana Report

Winningupdated Click on photo for instant inspiration.  More photos to follow on the blog.

Written by Bob Murphy, subjected to rigorours review by Jeff Huff and Matt Stevens

I went diving with my son, Kevin on Saturday and I was pretty nervous (scared) when we did a 107 foot dive.  I told Jeff that’s the most frightened I’ve been in a couple of years. Well, the Sunday run beat that hands down.  Matt changed the run order – thank goodness – and we started on the Windward side.  It was a beautiful day (a little humid) and we were in good spirits running to the trail head.  My previous experience with Olomana with Don Fallis was basically a walk-up, but we turned around before the top due to rain. 

Matt was leading the way, taking pictures and telling stories.  Jeff and I were trying to breathe and not die.  The way up the first peak was kind of dicey towards the top.  There were fix ropes to help you climb over the big rocks.  I have relatively strong legs, but the upper body strength of a small boy.  I was hanging on for dear life and cursing the lack of push-ups in my life.  The drops were unreal – straight down. Luckily, heights don’t bother me, but falling really does.  At the top of the first peak, we were pretty excited – an incredible view looking down the Windward side. 

Continue reading "The Official Uncensored Olo Mana Report" »


Keiki Triathlon--Jakob Dewald!!

We were at a surprise birthday party tonight for Darin Mingo and met Richard Varley. Richard is very much involved with Keiki triathlon in the islands and it just so happened that Jakob Dewald was a featured athlete in an article in the Star Bulletin today. Click here to read the article.

Jakob Click to enlarge the photo. Just look at Jakob's focus and determination. Talking with Richard tonight about Keiki triathlon, his enthusiasm is contagious. He had my daughter very interested in them. Richard is also the author of A Runners Guide to Oahu.