Saturday August 2nd, Maunawili Out and Back Preview @6:30

Aloha Athletes, Pig

Wait, it's AUGUST already? Where did July go!? That can only mean that it's almost time for Run with the Pigs, 22 miles of food and fun. Race day is August 9th.

This Saturday meet at Maunawili for the final "semi-organized" preview run starting at 6:30 am from the Pali lookout. Each person can do the distance, route, and speed that works for them.  As of now, I'm planning on doing about half the distance before returning to the lookout (around 11 miles). Some may go to Waimanalo and back for a total of 22 miles.

Make sure to carry plenty of water and food and be prepared for hot temps. If you want to run one direction only, plan to coordinate a ride back to your car.

Race day is August 9th and this is the last preview run, so make sure to come on out and check out the course if you aren't yet familiar with the terrain.

Do NOT leave valuables in your vehicle at either location.  There have been break-ins at both ends even when no valuables were visible.

Each person can do the distance, route, and speed that works for them.  I will go in about halfway, and return to the lokout for a total of around 11 miles.  Some may go to Waimanalo and back for a total of 22 miles. No matter what you decide to do, I have two words of wisdom for you: hot and humid.  Be sure to carry adequate hydration with you! You will need to carry at least 60 ounces of water for each direction.  Carrying electrolytes, a phone, and food is encouraged.

If you want to run one direction only, plan to coordinate a ride back to your car.  If you want to go both directions, there will be a water stash at both ends.  The water will be in black rubbish bags – Pali end will be on the other side of the rock wall, across the road, near the bus parking lot.  Nalo end will be by the "BRA" tree on your left as you near the end of the jeep road and before the trailhead. 

Important: Do NOT leave valuables in your vehicle at either location.  There have been break-ins at both ends even when no valuables were visible. 

– See more at: https://hurthawaii.com/#sthash.ZuVh8jY0.dpuf

Each person can do the distance, route, and speed that works for them.  I will go in about halfway, and return to the lokout for a total of around 11 miles.  Some may go to Waimanalo and back for a total of 22 miles. No matter what you decide to do, I have two words of wisdom for you: hot and humid.  Be sure to carry adequate hydration with you! You will need to carry at least 60 ounces of water for each direction.  Carrying electrolytes, a phone, and food is encouraged.

If you want to run one direction only, plan to coordinate a ride back to your car.  If you want to go both directions, there will be a water stash at both ends.  The water will be in black rubbish bags – Pali end will be on the other side of the rock wall, across the road, near the bus parking lot.  Nalo end will be by the "BRA" tree on your left as you near the end of the jeep road and before the trailhead. 

Important: Do NOT leave valuables in your vehicle at either location.  There have been break-ins at both ends even when no valuables were visible. 

– See more at: https://hurthawaii.com/#sthash.ZuVh8jY0.dpuf

Each person can do the distance, route, and speed that works for them.  I will go in about halfway, and return to the lokout for a total of around 11 miles.  Some may go to Waimanalo and back for a total of 22 miles. No matter what you decide to do, I have two words of wisdom for you: hot and humid.  Be sure to carry adequate hydration with you! You will need to carry at least 60 ounces of water for each direction.  Carrying electrolytes, a phone, and food is encouraged.

If you want to run one direction only, plan to coordinate a ride back to your car.  If you want to go both directions, there will be a water stash at both ends.  The water will be in black rubbish bags – Pali end will be on the other side of the rock wall, across the road, near the bus parking lot.  Nalo end will be by the "BRA" tree on your left as you near the end of the jeep road and before the trailhead. 

Important: Do NOT leave valuables in your vehicle at either location.  There have been break-ins at both ends even when no valuables were visible. 

– See more at: https://hurthawaii.com/#sthash.ZuVh8jY0.dpufEach person can do the distance, route, and speed that works for them.  I will go in about halfway, and return to the lokout for a total of around 11 miles.  Some may go to Waimanalo and back for a total of 22 miles. No matter what you decide to do, I have two words of wisdom for you: hot and humid.  Be sure to carry adequate hydration with you! You will need to carry at least 60 ounces of water for each direction.  Carrying electrolytes, a phone, and food is encouraged.  If you want to run one direction only, plan to coordinate a ride back to your car.  If you want to go both directions, there will be a water stash at both ends.  The water will be in black rubbish bags – Pali end will be on the other side of the rock wall, across the road, near the bus parking lot.  Nalo end will be by the "BRA" tree on your left as you near the end of the jeep road and before the trailhead.   Important: Do NOT leave valuables in your vehicle at either location.  There have been break-ins at both ends even when no valuables were visible.  – See more at: https://hurthawaii.com/#sthash.ZuVh8jY0.dpuf

Good luck to everyone entered in the HURT 100 lottery this weekend, I hope you all have lots of kukui nuts and a bit of luck on your side!

Rosie

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