August 30, 2015

Ka Iwi Coast Run & Walk

August 30, 2015 Ka Iwi Coast on the East side of Oahu • PO Box 25566 Honolulu HonoluluHI  96825 View Map Organized by North Shore Triathlon

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About this event

August 30, 2015
Sunday

Ka Iwi Coast on the East side of Oahu

PO Box 25566 Honolulu HonoluluHI  96825
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Aloha, Welcome to the Ka Iwi Coast Run & Walk.

This is a unique and exciting opportunity for our island community to experience the beauty of the scenic Ka Iwi coastline at a runner’s and/or walker’s pace.

Held on Sunday, August 30, 2015, this 4 mile journey will begin at 6:15 a.m. with the rising of the sun over the Kaiwi Channel, a Hawaiian oli (chant) and the blowing of the pu (conch) shell.

The event starts at Sandy Beach Park (Awawamalu) and continues around the Ka Iwi coastline, passing Halona Blow Hole and Hanauma Bay and finishing at the Hui Nalu Canoe Club halau on the shores of Maunalua Bay.  

This is the only pedestrian race sanctioned for this area of O‘ahu. This special setting allows the race organizers to carefully craft an event that advocates for the pristine un-touched gifts of this coast. Between Sandy Beach Park and Hanauma Bay the road will be closed to all traffic.  

All participants will receive a commemorative glass fishing float, race shirt (event shirt not guaranteed if you are registering after August 10, 2015) and packet with discounts to local retailers. Post-race refreshments, awards and meet community organizations sharing their missions.

Proceeds benefit Hui Nalu Canoe Club programs and supports the mission of the Ka Iwi Coalition and Livable Hawaii Kai Hui. Hui Nalu Canoe Club is a 501c3 nonprofit organization.

 

 

Event details and schedule

SHUTTLE TO START:  FREE shuttle service will run from 4:30 AM to 5:30 AM from the Hawaii Kai Park and Ride (Kamehameha Schools pick up area). Do not wait for the last shuttle, as you may be late for the start. There is ONE post race bus at 8:15 a.m. back to the start area.

STARTING LINE: The start line is located on Kalanianaole Highway across from the bathrooms at the Makapu`u end of Sandy Beach Park.  In addition to the public bathrooms, there will be porta-potties set up for the run.

START TIME:  6:15 a.m.  The road will be closed at 6:00 a.m.  Please stay on the grass until the road is closed and you are instructed to line up for the start.  

WATER & AID STATION:  There is one Water Station on the course just after the entrance to the rifle range and just before mile 2.  In addition to water there is medical personnel at this station.

FINISH LINE:  The finish line is at Maunalua Bay, just Koko Head of the Hawaii Kai Drive entrance to the parking lot.  Refreshments and awards will be at the Hui Nalu Canoe Club Halau.  Please use caution when crossing the parking lot, as it will be open to vehicular traffic.  There are booths staffed by local non-profit organizations at the finish line.  They are not selling anything and there for your enjoyment and education.

AWARDS CEREMONY:  Awards will be presented at 7:45am. Award winners please pick up your award at this time. Awards will not be mailed.

NEED MORE INFORMATION? Go to www.kaiwicoastrun.org.

 

MAHALO TO OUR MAJOR SPONSORS!

The Original Roy’s at Hawaii Kai

East Oahu Realty • Whole Foods Hawaii

Runner’s HI • Patsy Vasquez

Koko Marina Shopping Center • Title Guaranty

Steve’s Gardening Service • Kahala 

Aqua Hospitality • Y. Hata

Running Room • Aqua Sphere North Shore 5K Swim 

Hawaii Kai Towne Center • Costco Wholesale

Ka Iwi Coast on the East side of Oahu • PO Box 25566 Honolulu HonoluluHI  96825 Get Directions

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