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Water stations play key role in Marathons Success

Aid station #7, 14 miles into race

Without a doubt the key to running a 26.2 mile marathon is having an aid station every two miles on the course.

These dedicated volunteers play an important role in the success of each runners ability to go the entire distance.

If you haven’t yet thanked these volunteers now would be a good time to do so.

              

Mr and Mrs Otani

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March 24, 2011 - Posted by | Running on the Big Island

1 Comment »

  1. Without a doubt this race would not be such a great success if not for the hundreds of volunteers that play such an important part.
    Many of the volunteers have been helping out doing the same job year after year. Some volunteers just started this year..but either way they all play a very important role in the success of this race. Mahalo to each and everyone of you.

    Comment by RAJ | March 25, 2011 | Reply


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