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EMS Hilo sets record number of participants in 2012

Mosch wins EMS 5K, Jaclynn Joyce photo

A record number, 934 people, laced up their sneakers early Sunday morning to participate in one of several races sponsored by the Hawaii Island Emergency Medical Services.

“I can’t even believe this many people would come out to show their support for our Fire Fighters,” an elated Jesse Ebersole said of the turnout.

Ebersole, a firefighter himself who has been involved with directing the race for all 12 years, has seen the event grow by leaps and bounds.

“I couldn’t possible put this event together without the great support of our volunteers,” Ebersole said

For the serious at heart there was a 3.1 mile run while casual walkers got to do a fitness 2 mile walk.  Both events started and finished at Liliuokalani Gardens and traversed over the Suisan Bridge following the magnificent Hilo Bay coast line before heading back.

   Much of proceeds raised from this year’s race will go to benefit the Greg Cameron Scholarship Fund.

   “Greg was a Fire Medical Specialist who recently passed away after battling cancer,” Ebersole said.  “He was an inspiration to those who knew him and this scholarship will focus on creating professional development opportunities for Hawaii Fire Department personnel.

   According to Ebersole a portion of the money raised with also go to Hospice of Hawaii Island.

   “We have raised over $70,000 for various individuals and organizations since hosting the EMS races,” Ebersole said.

   Prior to the event the Fire Department showcased two of its Emergency helicopters as both landed in the center of Liliuokalani Gardens while several Fire Trucks lined the entrance to the Gardens to begin the race.

  During the race it was a familiar face jumping out to an early lead.  Two time defending Big Island Interscholastic Federation, high school cross country champion, Chris Mosch lead from start to finish.

Mosch won his BIIF titles in 2010 & 2011 while attending Honokaa and is now attending the University of Oregon where he runs for a Club Team.

“I grabbed an early lead in the first 100 yards and was pretty much running by myself after that,” he said. 

Finishing in a time of 17 minutes and 30 seconds the former Dragon was never seriously challenged.

“It was fun running in the lead as I received lots of cheering on the way back,” he said of the out and back 3.1 mile course.  “It was also great weather for running as there was a steady drizzle and it remained overcast throughout.”

Mosch was chased by Hiromasa Veno who placed second in 17:51.  Followed by Nick Muragin, 18:11; Lyman Perry, 18:18; and Hilo High star Stephen Hunter, 5th overall, in 18:30.

Molly Schmelzle was the first woman to cross the finish line in 19:42, good enough for 14th overall, but couldn’t be located after the race for this interview.

Second woman was another prep star from Hilo High School in Carmen Garson-Shumway who clocked 21:34 and finished 27 overall.  Viking teammate Mehana Sabado-Halpern followed as the third woman, 29th place overall.

A Special Public Service Division award to recognize the top male and top female in public community service has been a tradition at the EMS 5K runs and two very familiar people, both from the same department, was again in the winner’s circle.

The Department of Land and Natural Resources crowned the top male and female from the same office and has bragging rights to the fastest 5K runners.

Lisa Hadway has won the Public Safety Division six times and Lyman Perry won his fourth.

“This isn’t my fastest time, 22:25, but I am getting older,” Hadway said of recently turning 40.

“I’m staying in pretty steady shape and 40 has been good to me.”

Hadway’s husband, Matthias Kusch a firefighter, finished just behind his wife in 26:11.  Second overall in the Public Safety Division was another firefighter, Kainoa Willey in 22:14.

“This was a great turnout to honor our brother, Greg Cameron.” Ebersole said.  “He helped us through the process, staying strong and enjoying life.  He will surely be missed.”

Related Links: https://waynejoseph.wordpress.com/2012/07/30/complete-results-from-hilo-ems-5k-run-held-729-2012/            https://waynejoseph.wordpress.com/2012/07/29/random-photos-of-hilos-ems-runwalk/

https://waynejoseph.wordpress.com/2012/07/31/ems-2-mile-walk-division-359-finish-the-walk/

August 1, 2012 Posted by | Running on the Big Island | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Random photos of Hilo’s EMS Run/walk

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July 29, 2012 Posted by | Running on the Big Island | | Leave a comment

Introducing Hilo FireFighter Ian Smith

When I was 8 years old my father made me into a great St. Louis Cardinal Baseball fan and a follower of Stan ‘The Man’ Musial.   But what my father never realized is that his influence also rewarded me with above average math skills.

Yes, math skills!   To impress my father I learned to compute batting averages in my head and could calculate Musial’s daily average before it ever appeared in the newspapers.

As children we are deeply influenced by our parents in many important aspects of life.  For Ian Smith growing up in Virginia Beach, Virginia and watching his dad get ready for work each day made a career influence on him.

“I first got interested in the Fire/EMS as a small child watching my dad put on his uniform in the mornings,” Smith said.  “He was a firefighter/paramedic and passed away at a very young age.”

Smith didn’t realize his goal of becoming a full time firefighter until 2004 and he later received his Paramedic license in 2007.

“Obtaining a Paramedic license is strictly voluntary within the department and it requires a year of additional training with six months of the training done in Honolulu,” Smith said.

Smith, like most of the County Firefighters, is in top shape.  He can often be found on his days off running in various community foot races.

In mid March Smith entered the Big Island Marathon 5K (3.1 mile) race while pushing a jogging stroller with his two children, Noah age 3, and Emi age 1, being towed inside.

Not only was Smith at a disadvantage by pushing the stroller in a competitive race, he ended up winning the race.

Smith’s athleticism goes back to his childhood days when at age 10 he was introduced to youth soccer by his father.   He continued into high school soccer, lacrosse and surfing.

“I didn’t actually start running until about 12 years ago,” Smith said.

To stay in shape for the rigors of his job Smith will run 4 or 5 times a week while filling the rest of the week with swimming, surfing and weight training.

“I very rarely run competitively,” Smith said.  “I typically run 5 miles four times a week and most of that is with either the single or double jogger.”

Smith started his stroller running when his first child was born as a way of giving his wife a break.

“I started running with my first born in order to get some exercise and to fit in his afternoon nap,” Smith said.  “Mom would get a much needed break, so it was a win win for everyone.”

At age 38 Smith admits to being a diehard oatmeal eater.

“The fire department as a whole is realizing the benefits of eating healthy as we choose to go with brown rice, salads and fruits and veggies for snacks.” he said.

The County fire department applied for and received a federal grant to purchase free motion incline trainers and cable cross machines according to Smith.

“The equipment enables multiple fire fighters who otherwise would not have worked out or walked, to workout simultaneously during their afternoon downtime,” Smith said.  “We also have a Peer Fitness Training Program that encourages us to eat healthy and exercise.”

Smith believes that the ultimate goal of the Fire Department is to not only be in the best possible physical shape, to better serve the community, but also to enjoy a long retirement.

Smith is the first to tell you that running is not a competitive motivator, but a means to stay healthy.

“I’ve only done a few races and my favorite is the annual EMS Run/Walk,” he said.  “Not only does it give the community and Fire Department personnel and family a great venue to ‘hang out,’ but it always benefits a good cause.”

Smith now has his sights on one day doing his first marathon, a distance of 26.2 miles.

“I am currently reading a book called “Run Less Run Faster” and he would like to use the program to hopefully “complete my first marathon this year – the Honolulu Marathon,” he said.

Stationed at the Kawailani Fire Station, Smith admits that getting motivated to exercise isn’t always an easy thing.

“As with anything, some days I just don’t feel like doing it!” Smith said.  “Even on those days, however, I always feel a sense of accomplishment when I’m done with my workouts.  I always sleep good at night after a good hard run.”

Smith is following in the footsteps of his father. Through his journey with the Hawaii County and learning more about providing Paramedic care it lead to him meeting his wife, Kori.

“I am no longer running on the ambulance as a Paramedic,” he said.  “But I am able to provide Paramedic care when I respond to calls on the Fire Engine because many times we will arrive on the scene first if all the nearby ambulances are on other calls.”

We, as a community, are all grateful for the expert care and the great shape that our County Fire Fighters maintain.  For FF Smith it was the legacy that his father provided that has lead him here to the Big Island.

And someday should you happen to see a slow jogger coming passing through the streets of East Hawaii remember to smile, say ‘woof’ and never shy away from “Running with the Big Dog.”

May 8, 2012 Posted by | Profiles | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Malcolm Makua making great strides

Malcolm Makua is out running again

    It was great seeing Malcolm Makua running in the 3.1-mile fun/run hosted by the County’s EMS on Memorial Day.

    For a few months Makua was absent from the running scene as he had developed an unexpected medical problem that brought some uncertainty into his life.

   On December 29, while out on an 8.5 mile run Makua encountered a frightful experience.  “I had just passed 5-miles when I just couldn’t run anymore,” he said.  “My mind said to continue but my body refused to go any further.”

   Makua remembers feeling very sick as he walked the rest of the way home.  Once home a 911 call was made and he was on his way to the Hilo Medical Center.

  “They found my heart rate racing over 200 beats per minute,” Makua said.  “The medical staff made a decision to use medication to bring my heart rate back to normal and the next day I was transferred to Tripler Army Medical Center for further testing.”

   Once at Tripler a cardiologist performed a cardiac catheterization.  “The doctor told me the bad news was like an old house where the plumbing over time gets clogged,” Makua said.  “But the good news is that my years of running had made my arteries unusually larger than normal.”

   Makua was to be transferred again, this time to Straub Clinic and Hospital, where an Electro cardiologist performed a heart ablation to the ventricle.   

   Within two months Makua was walking regularly up to 3-miles a day.  “Then the unthinkable happened,” he said.  “I was sitting at home in front of the computer, checking my blood pressure with a home monitor, when it would not register.”

  A quick physical check found Makua’s heart rate elevated and in fibrillation, an immediate trip to Hilo Medical Center was scheduled.   A doctor at the hospital performed electro cardio version to bring the heart into rhythm which worked.

  Makua began working his way up to where he was before encountering his fibrillation problems.  “I had a lot of confidence that the medication that I received in Honolulu, backed up by a defibrillator, would allow me to live a normal life again,” Makua said.

  After a short rest Makua was back on the road walking 3-miles daily.  “I may not run the Big Island Marathon this year,” he thought to himself, “but I plan to recover from my medical condition and do the race one day in the future.”

   Makua knew that he needed to take his recovery slowly and to work his way up to where he would feel comfortable and confident about his situation.

   “I was having high hopes of a good recovery when my world began to crumble in March as I was having another relapse,” he said.

   Now in the hospital for a third time in three months Makua’s heart rate was brought into a normal rhythm through the use of medication.  Besides the usual medications for arrhythmia Makua is also required to take 81 mg. of aspirin daily.

   “Right now I’m fine with a heart rate where it should be and blood pressure like I’m a 20 year old,” Makua said.  “The side effect from the medications is that I get a slight dizziness whenever I stand.”

   Through it all Makua is grateful for one thing and that is that he stayed in shape and was healthy going into it all.

   “Throughout this entire trauma I heard the doctors and nurses say that if it had not been for my good health things could have been worse and recovery slower,” Makua said.

   “I believe in staying in good health and it requires us to do our part by being active in any form of exercise,” Makua said.  “I watched a Tai-Chi master being interviewed and at the end he was asked if he had anything personal to share with the television audience and he said ‘whether the correct form or incorrect form of tai-chi, most important is, do tai-chi.”

   The moral of what Makua is sharing with the Big Dog readers is that it isn’t important what physical exercises you do, what is important is to do something, everyday to improve your health.

   “We should all be doing aerobics, or surfing, or kayaking or walking to improve our health,” Makua said.

   Makua was born in Honolulu and grew up in Hilo, served in the U.S. Army and worked with the U.S. Postal Service before returning to Keaukaha in 1999.

   “I weighed about 200 pounds when we moved back to the Big Island and I began to make a serious effort to lose weight and improve my health,” he said.

   Running was part of Makua’s daily life style in the Army, but when he got out he did very little running or exercise until he looked at himself in the mirror and saw his health going downhill.

  Today Makua is walking 4.5 miles five days a week, running 5K (3.1-miles) once a week and he recently joined an aerobic class two days per week.

   “There is no doubt that staying in good physical health helped me during those 911 calls,” Makua said.  I did not have the severe trauma associated with heart fibrillation and my recovery was surprisingly quick.”

July 19, 2010 Posted by | Profiles | , , , , | 5 Comments

EMS 5K race results 2010

Overall 5K women's winners, with the chief

Emergency Medical Services Run Walk
May 30, 2010 – Hilo, Hawaii                                 Overall Results – 5K

 Plc Name                      Division     Residence             Time   Pace

   1 Billy Barnett             20 - 29      Volcano, HI          :16:35  05:20
   2 Jason Braswell            30 - 39      Kailua-Kona, HI      :17:27  05:37
   3 Tyde Kaneshiro            16 - 19      Hilo, HI             :17:46  05:43
   4 Jackson Halford           11 - 15      Volcano, HI          :18:16  05:53
   5 Justin Pang               16 - 19      Keaau, HI            :18:58  06:07
   6 Alan Ryan                 30 - 39      Laupahoehoe, HI      :19:03  06:08
   7 Todd Marohnic             50 - 59      Volcano, HI          :19:05  06:09
   8 Shannon White             16 - 19      Hilo, HI             :19:48  06:23
   9 Ian Smith                 30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :19:50  06:23
  10 Farrah Madanay            16 - 19    F Honolulu, HI         :19:55  06:25
  11 Michael Brown             30 - 39      Pepeekeo, HI         :19:56  06:25
  12 Bryce Harada              16 - 19      Hilo, HI             :19:58  06:26
  13 Brandt Mabuni             16 - 19      Kailua-Kona, HI      :20:08  06:29
  14 Ziggy Bartholomy          11 - 15      Hawi, HI             :20:11  06:30
  15 James Murphy              50 - 59      Hilo, HI             :20:15  06:31
  16 Keith Marrack             30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :20:23  06:34
  17 Makaala Gahan             16 - 19      Volcano, HI          :20:52  06:43
  18 Chad Teshima              11 - 15      Hilo, HI             :20:55  06:44
  19 Wayne Pavao               16 - 19      Keaau, HI            :20:58  06:45
  20 Weston Willard            30 - 39      Pepeekeo, HI         :21:02  06:47
  21 Adam Busek                40 - 49      Keaau, HI            :21:08  06:49
  22 James Clubbs              16 - 19      Mt View, HI          :21:20  06:52
  23 Linden Villena            30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :21:31  06:56
  24 Ray Whitford              30 - 39      Kailua Kona, HI      :21:33  06:57
  25 Stephen Hunter            11 - 15      Hilo, HI             :21:40  06:59
  26 Lory Hunter               40 - 49    F Hilo, HI             :21:42  07:00
  27 Clint Anderson            30 - 39      Kurtistown, HI       :21:54  07:03
  28 Shalila De Bourmont       16 - 19    F Hilo, HI             :22:00  07:05
  29 Deann Nishimura           16 - 19    F Hilo, HI             :22:10  07:09
  30 Drywall Westfall          30 - 39      Waikoloa, HI         :22:12  07:09
  31 D J Blinn                 60 - 69      Hilo, HI             :22:20  07:12
  32 Jon Kunitake              60 - 69      Holualoa, HI         :22:33  07:16
  33 Melissa Schad             30 - 39    F Papaaloa, HI         :22:35  07:17
  34 Kainoa Willey             20 - 29      Kailua Kona, HI      :22:37  07:17
  35 Melissa Braswell          30 - 39    F Kailua-Kona, HI      :22:41  07:19
  36 Amy Duerler               30 - 39    F Papaaloa, HI         :22:42  07:19
  37 Rob Van Geen              40 - 49      Waikoloa, HI         :22:58  07:24
  38 Alexis Mabuni             16 - 19    F Kailua-Kona, HI      :23:39  07:37
  39 Michelle Shepard Gates    40 - 49    F Silver Creek, NY     :24:09  07:47
  40 Jayson Stepetin           30 - 39      Waikoloa, HI         :24:11  07:48
  41 Felicia Hammer            11 - 15    F Hilo, HI             :24:12  07:48
  42 Mathew Crowell            16 - 19      Hilo, HI             :24:15  07:49
  43 Meredith Ing              30 - 39    F Pepeekeo, HI         :24:17  07:50
  44 Gregory Lum Ho            40 - 49      Hilo, HI             :24:19  07:50
  45 Blair Howard              20 - 29      Pepeekeo, HI         :24:22  07:51
  46 Brandy Stepetin           20 - 29    F Waikoloa, HI         :24:27  07:53
  47 Rick Camp                 40 - 49      Volcano, HI          :24:31  07:54
  48 Big Dog                   60 - 69      Keaau, HI            :24:33  07:55
  49 Kelly Freitas             50 - 59      Hilo, HI             :24:34  07:55
  50 Melanie Arakaki           30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :24:35  07:55
  51 Katelyn Bennett           20 - 29    F Fairbanks, AK        :24:37  07:56
  52 Donovan Macanas           11 - 15      Hilo, HI             :24:38  07:56
  53 Micah Kanehailua          11 - 15      Hilo, HI             :24:44  07:58
  54 Robert Hillier            60 - 69      Hilo, HI             :24:46  07:59
  55 Tim Christopher           40 - 49      Hilo, HI             :24:50  08:00
  56 Lisa Bryant               50 - 59    F Kailua-Kona, HI      :24:51  08:00
  57 Kimberly Rojo             30 - 39    F Papaikou, HI         :24:55  08:02
  58 James Guenthoer           50 - 59      Hilo, HI             :24:58  08:03
  59 Angel Mabuni              16 - 19    F Kailua-Kona, HI      :25:00  08:03
  60 Daniel Okubo              16 - 19      Hilo, HI             :25:01  08:04
  61 Dylan Mabuni              40 - 49      Kailua-Kona, HI      :25:04  08:05
  62 Richard Kerr              11 - 15      Hilo, HI             :25:11  08:07
  63 Ryne Uemura               16 - 19      Hilo, HI             :25:12  08:07
  64 Esther Kanehailua         40 - 49    F Hilo, HI             :25:14  08:08
  65 Davin Padilla             30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :25:16  08:09
  66 Deen Tsukamoto            50 - 59      Naalehu, HI          :25:20  08:10
  67 Ric Galdones              40 - 49      Papaikou, HI         :25:21  08:10
  68 Steven Hammer             16 - 19      Hilo, HI             :25:22  08:10
  69 Bryanna De Lima           16 - 19    F Hilo, HI             :25:23  08:11
  70 Greg Cameron              50 - 59      Kamuela, HI          :25:25  08:11
  71 Cameron Anderson          11 - 15      Hilo, HI             :25:26  08:12
  72 Linda Hansen              30 - 39    F Keaau, HI            :25:27  08:12
  73 Joel Queddeng             30 - 39      Papaikou, HI         :25:28  08:12
  74 Jenna Nakao               20 - 29    F Hilo, HI             :25:31  08:13
  75 Michelle Whitford         30 - 39    F Kailua Kona, HI      :25:38  08:16
  76 Lindsay Englund           20 - 29    F Hilo, HI             :25:39  08:16
  77 Jon Mabuni                30 - 39      Kailua-Kona, HI      :25:41  08:17
  78 Sean Burke                16 - 19      Hilo, HI             :26:00  08:23
  79 Liz Noetzel               40 - 49    F Kamuela, HI          :26:02  08:23
  80 Jacob Murphy              16 - 19      Hilo, HI             :26:09  08:26
  81 James Hank                40 - 49      Mt View, HI          :26:13  08:27
  82 Eva Naniole               50 - 59    F Hilo, HI             :26:19  08:29
  83 Evalena Sumi              20 - 29    F Kailua Kona, HI      :26:23  08:30
  84 Reymundo Garcia           60 - 69      Kailua Kona, HI      :26:24  08:30
  85 Ray Ibarra                50 - 59      Hilo, HI             :26:28  08:32
  86 Twila Ashley              30 - 39    F Kailua-Kona, HI      :26:38  08:35
  87 Mikiko Takato             11 - 15    F Hilo, HI             :26:39  08:35
  88 Lehua Paishon             30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :26:41  08:36
  89 Mike Gates                50 - 59      Silver Creek, NY     :26:50  08:39
  90 Ku Mei Kern               30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :26:51  08:39
  91 Shea Pitoy                16 - 19    F Hilo, HI             :26:51  08:39
  92 Steven Hiraki             30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :26:52  08:40
  93 Jason Saturnio            30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :27:11  08:46
  94 Erik Ashley               40 - 49      Kailua Kona, HI      :27:16  08:47
  95 Hope Braceros             20 - 29    F Hilo, HI             :27:20  08:49
  96 Harvey Nakasone           50 - 59      Hilo, HI             :27:23  08:50
  97 Debbie Mabuni             30 - 39    F Kailua-Kona, HI      :27:31  08:52
  98 Neekowee Clearwater       20 - 29      Hilo, HI             :27:32  08:52
  99 Charles Keane             50 - 59      Hilo, HI             :27:33  08:53
 100 Veronica Wedemann         30 - 39    F Keaau, HI            :27:34  08:53
 101 Joseph Wedemann           40 - 49      Keaau, HI            :27:52  08:59
 102 Megan Wery                16 - 19    F Hilo, HI             :27:55  09:00
 103 Beau Kukona               20 - 29      Hilo, HI             :27:56  09:00
 104 Brian Koge                50 - 59      Hilo, HI             :27:59  09:01
 105 Thomas Gomez              30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :28:03  09:02
 106 Errol Fernandez           30 - 39      Keaau, HI            :28:06  09:03
 107 Sandy Connick             50 - 59    F Keaau, HI            :28:11  09:05
 108 Kevin Iwasaki             20 - 29      Hilo, HI             :28:15  09:06
 109 Joel Scharer              16 - 19      Hilo, HI             :28:20  09:08
 110 Caron Badis               30 - 39    F Keaau, HI            :28:22  09:09
 111 Dominic Badis             30 - 39      Keaau, HI            :28:24  09:09
 112 Joshua Kubojiri           30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :28:27  09:10
 113 Natalie Hagemann          11 - 15    F Mountain View, HI    :28:28  09:10
 114 Jessica Busek             11 - 15    F Keaau, HI            :28:29  09:11
 115 Amy Ray McWhinney         30 - 39    F Keaau, HI            :28:32  09:12
 116 Michael Scharer           16 - 19      Papaikou, HI         :28:37  09:13
 117 Marlon Fernandez          30 - 39      Kurtistown, HI       :28:38  09:14
 118 Lisa Mabuni               40 - 49    F Kailua-Kona, HI      :28:41  09:15
 119 Michelle Vieira           20 - 29    F Hilo, HI             :28:42  09:15
 120 Christian Wong            30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :28:48  09:17
 121 Andrew Macanas            40 - 49      Hilo, HI             :28:54  09:19
 122 Chas Huston               11 - 15      Hilo, HI             :29:00  09:21
 123 Kiko Camp                 30 - 39    F Volcano, HI          :29:02  09:21
 124 Pam Everett               60 - 69    F Kurtistown, HI       :29:12  09:25
 125 Paula Thompson            50 - 59    F Volcano, HI          :29:17  09:26
 126 Lisa Hadway               30 - 39    F Pepeekeo, HI         :29:31  09:31
 127 Skye Matsuura             11 - 15    F Kurtistown, HI       :29:33  09:31
 128 Charles Bostwick          50 - 59      Mt. View, HI         :29:41  09:34
 129 Lauren Kerr               16 - 19    F Hilo, HI             :29:45  09:35
 130 Jerelyn Hammer            40 - 49    F Hilo, HI             :29:46  09:36
 131 Maile Kawailima           30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :29:47  09:36
 132 Laurie Schafer            20 - 29    F Hilo, HI             :29:49  09:37
 133 Kelly Green               20 - 29    F Papaikou, HI         :29:52  09:38
 134 Taylor Mabuni             11 - 15      Kailua-Kona, HI      :29:53  09:38
 135 Kara Uchida               30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :29:55  09:39
 136 Sonya Matsuura            40 - 49    F Kurtistown, HI       :29:57  09:39
 137 Leanne Silva              30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :29:57  09:39
 138 Tara Leao                 30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :29:58  09:40
 139 Lois Nishida              50 - 59    F Hilo, HI             :30:00  09:40
 140 Darrell Huston            40 - 49      Hilo, HI             :30:01  09:40
 141 Levi Hookano              30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :30:03  09:41
 142 Lamar Pacheco             30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :30:04  09:41
 143 Bobby Baring              30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :30:06  09:42
 144 Aaron Morita              50 - 59      Hilo, HI             :30:10  09:43
 145 Marty Shimizu             50 - 59      Hilo, HI             :30:13  09:44
 146 Tricia Wong               30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :30:28  09:49
 147 Bethany Bisel             11 - 15    F Hilo, HI             :30:30  09:50
 148 Jaime Park                30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :30:31  09:50
 149 Meadow Lambert            11 - 15    F Hilo, HI             :30:33  09:51
 150 Rae Mori                  50 - 59    F Hilo, HI             :30:43  09:54
 151 Zackary Licnty            16 - 19      Hilo, HI             :30:47  09:55
 152 Dave Adachi               40 - 49      Hilo, HI             :30:51  09:57
 153 Darin Doctor              40 - 49      Kailua-Kona, HI      :31:01  10:00
 154 Edgar Tuliao              30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :31:03  10:00
 155 Lauren Mabuni             11 - 15    F Kailua-Kona, HI      :31:07  10:02
 156 Betty Ben                 60 - 69    F Hilo, HI             :31:12  10:03
 157 Charlene Lagrimas         60 - 69    F Hilo, HI             :31:13  10:04
 158 Greg Esteban              40 - 49      Hilo, HI             :31:14  10:04
 159 Leah Pukahi               30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :31:16  10:05
 160 Charles Heaukulani        50 - 59      Hilo, HI             :31:18  10:05
 161 Brian Brown               30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :31:24  10:07
 162 Shelley Doctor            30 - 39    F Kailua-Kona, HI      :31:28  10:09
 163 Adrel Vicente             30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :31:30  10:09
 164 Alicia Tsukamoto          20 - 29    F Naalehu, HI          :31:32  10:10
 165 Roxane Hashide            50 - 59    F Papaikou, HI         :31:35  10:11
 166 Dee Torres                50 - 59    F Hilo, HI             :31:43  10:13
 167 Jo Ann Aurello            50 - 59    F Hilo, HI             :31:47  10:15
 168 Trudy Sleightholm         30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :31:49  10:15
 169 Erik Hashimoto            30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :31:56  10:18
 170 Jeffrey Fendentz          60 - 69      Mt View, HI          :32:01  10:19
 171 Chayse Collins            16 - 19      Hilo, HI             :32:03  10:20
 172 Jonette Calicdan          30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :32:11  10:22
 173 Ikaika Brigoli            16 - 19      Mt View, HI          :32:14  10:23
 174 Lynne Hiraoka-Pitoy       50 - 59    F Hilo, HI             :32:16  10:24
 175 Ean Nagamine              30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :32:21  10:26
 176 Edgar Niro                30 - 39      Keaau, HI            :32:22  10:26
 177 Nolan Yamaki              30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :32:35  10:30
 178 Lee Collins               50 - 59    F Hilo, HI             :32:39  10:31
 179 Avi Fhima                 30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :32:42  10:32
 180 Cristle Jose              16 - 19    F Keaau, HI            :32:58  10:38
 181 Arlene Padasdao           30 - 39    F Keaau, HI            :32:59  10:38
 182 Laurie Kaneta             50 - 59    F Hilo, HI             :33:01  10:39
 183 Lynn Miyamoto             40 - 49    F Pepeekeo, HI         :33:02  10:39
 184 Mahi Hiatt                40 - 49    F Kamuela, HI          :33:05  10:40
 185 Michael Lynch             40 - 49      Aiea, HI             :33:10  10:41
 186 Dennis Shigeoka           60 - 69      Hilo, HI             :33:14  10:43
 187 Jocelyne Santana          20 - 29    F Hilo, HI             :33:17  10:44
 188 Lacey Cameron             20 - 29    F Kamuela, HI          :33:18  10:44
 189 Kristi Connick            20 - 29    F Kailua-Kona, HI      :33:23  10:46
 190 Kiana Rae Baruela         11 - 15    F Hilo, HI             :33:37  10:50
 191 Riley Hiatt               1 - 10       Kamuela, HI          :33:44  10:52
 192 Crystal Makekau           30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :33:46  10:53
 193 Ella Kusch                1 - 10     F Pepeekeo, HI         :33:46  10:53
 194 Dorothy Kaneshiro         30 - 39    F Honokaa, HI          :33:50  10:54
 195 Gerilyn Duldulao          20 - 29    F Honokaa, HI          :33:52  10:55
 196 Christi Niimi             30 - 39    F Pahoa, HI            :34:04  10:59
 197 Lisa Wood                 50 - 59    F Paauilo, HI          :34:15  11:02
 198 Anthony Ganancial         30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :34:22  11:05
 199 Magnus Namohala-Roloos    1 - 10       Hilo, HI             :34:25  11:06
 200 Elena Hiro                30 - 39    F Hio, HI              :34:27  11:06
 201 Jamie Ebersole            1 - 10       Hilo, HI             :34:29  11:07
 202 Michele Ebersole          40 - 49    F Hilo, HI             :34:31  11:08
 203 Marie Kuramoto            60 - 69    F Hilo, HI             :34:33  11:08
 204 Erin Nacis                30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :34:37  11:10
 205 Geary Kansou              30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :34:50  11:14
 206 John Gouveia              40 - 49      Keaau, HI            :34:52  11:14
 207 Alison Lynch              30 - 39    F Aiea, HI             :34:54  11:15
 208 Ron Furukawa              50 - 59      Honolulu, HI         :35:03  11:18
 209 Monica Arnett             40 - 49    F Papaaloa, HI         :35:06  11:19
 210 Jerry Hiatt               60 - 69      Kamuela, HI          :35:16  11:22
 211 Rick Otani                50 - 59      Hilo, HI             :35:27  11:26
 212 Evelyn Kokubun            60 - 69    F Keaau, HI            :35:38  11:29
 213 Hannah Osborn             11 - 15    F Keaau, HI            :35:49  11:33
 214 Warren Matsuda            60 - 69      Hilo, HI             :35:56  11:35
 215 Danielle Haili            30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :36:00  11:36
 216 Michele Macanas           40 - 49    F Hilo, HI             :36:10  11:40
 217 Courtney Carroll          20 - 29    F Mt View, HI          :36:13  11:40
 218 Jadeen Tsukamoto          20 - 29    F Hilo, HI             :36:30  11:46
 219 Kandice Kubojiri          30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :36:41  11:50
 220 Allison Sakoda            11 - 15    F Hilo, HI             :36:47  11:51
 221 Marilou Huston            40 - 49    F Hilo, HI             :36:54  11:54
 222 Florencio Guerpo          70 - 79      Honokaa, HI          :36:57  11:55
 223 Herb Wegner               60 - 69      Hilo, HI             :37:00  11:56
 224 Kylee Ancheta             11 - 15    F Hilo, HI             :37:11  11:59
 225 John Murphy               11 - 15      Hilo, HI             :37:13  12:00
 226 Hana Romo                 1 - 10     F Hilo, HI             :37:19  12:02
 227 Lori Kamimura             30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :37:21  12:02
 228 Robert Nagamine           70 - 79      Hilo, HI             :37:22  12:03
 229 Cindy Kuwana              30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :37:24  12:03
 230 Bertram Carvalho          30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :37:30  12:05
 231 Violet Hart               1 - 10     F Keaau, HI            :37:33  12:06
 232 Ruby Wysocky              1 - 10     F Keaau, HI            :37:35  12:07
 233 Susan Cordell             40 - 49    F Keaau, HI            :37:36  12:07
 234 Jill Osborn               30 - 39    F Keaau, HI            :37:38  12:08
 235 Christine Gumbs           20 - 29    F Hilo, HI             :37:39  12:08
 236 Darin Gumbs               30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :37:41  12:09
 237 Kelley Heaukulani         40 - 49    F Hilo, HI             :37:48  12:11
 238 Malcolm Makua             60 - 69      Hilo, HI             :38:19  12:21
 239 Jill Bisel                30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :38:22  12:22
 240 Phillip Bisel             40 - 49      Hilo, HI             :38:28  12:24
 241 Alison Tateishi           50 - 59    F Pahoa, HI            :38:59  12:34
 242 Wallace Ogata             50 - 59      Hilo, HI             :39:03  12:35
 243 Celeste Keanaaina         30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :39:11  12:38
 244 Misae Wela                50 - 59    F Hilo, HI             :39:15  12:39
 245 Linda Young               30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :39:22  12:41
 246 Christopher Young         30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :39:23  12:42
 247 Linda Nako                60 - 69    F Hilo, HI             :39:25  12:42
 248 Gerald Izumi              60 - 69      Hilo, HI             :39:28  12:43
 249 Marshall Kanehailua       40 - 49      Hilo, HI             :39:41  12:48
 250 Deborah Namohala          30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :39:44  12:49
 251 Saydielyn Arakaki         11 - 15    F Kurtistown, HI       :39:46  12:49
 252 Courtney Park             11 - 15    F Keaau, HI            :39:48  12:50
 253 Samantha Williams         16 - 19    F Hilo, HI             :39:56  12:52
 254 Kaelyn Anderson           16 - 19    F Hilo, HI             :39:57  12:53
 255 Sage-Lee Medeiros-Garcia  16 - 19      Hilo, HI             :40:00  12:54
 256 Jodie Padilla             40 - 49    F Mt View, HI          :40:20  13:00
 257 Dominador Padilla         60 - 69      Hilo, HI             :40:22  13:01
 258 Keoki Wood                50 - 59      Paauilo, HI          :40:59  13:13
 259 Cherylyn Hillier          60 - 69    F Hilo, HI             :41:36  13:25
 260 Jane Caliboso             20 - 29    F Hilo, HI             :41:52  13:30
 261 Nicole Bello              20 - 29    F Hilo, HI             :41:53  13:30
 262 Carol Myrianthis          50 - 59    F Hilo, HI             :42:06  13:34
 263 Samuel Paltin             80 & Over    Hilo, HI             :42:09  13:35
 264 Lenora Hauanio            30 - 39    F Honokaa, HI          :42:21  13:39
 265 Mayumi Ito                30 - 39    F Hilo, HI             :43:26  14:00
 266 Meguru Ito                30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :43:27  14:00
 267 Dina Jang                 30 - 39    F Kailua-Kona, HI      :43:38  14:04
 268 Chad Atkins               30 - 39      Kailua-Kona, HI      :43:40  14:05
 269 Thomas Reppuhn            60 - 69      Volcano, HI          :43:53  14:09
 270 Marla Hank                30 - 39    F Mt View, HI          :44:03  14:12
 271 Jo Kim                    60 - 69    F Paauilo, HI          :44:52  14:28
 272 Seonaid Nakata            40 - 49    F Keaau, HI            :45:14  14:35
 273 Caleb Westfall            1 - 10       Waikoloa, HI         :45:49  14:46
 274 Daphne Honma              40 - 49    F Paauilo, HI          :46:29  14:59
 275 Cathi Yamanaka            60 - 69    F Hilo, HI             :46:31  15:00
 276 Tina Cook                 40 - 49    F Hilo, HI             :46:33  15:00
 277 Tevyn Gomez               11 - 15      Hilo, HI             :46:40  15:03
 278 Adriano Vicente           70 - 79      Hilo, HI             :46:47  15:05
 279 Melvin Mabuni             70 - 79      Kailua-Kona, HI      :47:25  15:17
 280 Jennifer Bell             40 - 49    F Keaau, HI            :47:47  15:24
 281 Cameron Wysocky           1 - 10       Keaau, HI            :48:00  15:29
 282 Cynthia Yamamoto          50 - 59    F Kurtistown, HI       :49:54  16:05
 283 Joshua Padilla            20 - 29      Mt View, HI          :50:27  16:16
 284 Vergie Freitas            40 - 49    F Hilo, HI             :50:34  16:18
 285 Jaylea Arzaga             1 - 10     F Hilo, HI             :51:08  16:29
 286 Noemi Arzaga              30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :51:12  16:30
 287 Rudy Arzaga               30 - 39      Hilo, HI             :51:16  16:32
 288 Violet Tanimoto           70 - 79    F Hilo, HI             :51:34  16:38
 289 Elena Freitas             1 - 10     F Hilo, HI            1:03:57  20:37
 290 Joey Freitas              40 - 49      Hilo, HI            1:03:59  20:38
 291 Magie Freitas             1 - 10     F Hilo, HI            1:04:27  20:47
 292 Marshall Freitas          40 - 49      Hilo, HI            1:04:29  20:48
 293 Ariana Nussbaum           11 - 15    F Honomu, HI          1:04:31  20:48
 294 Loretta Nussbaum          50 - 59    F Honomu, HI          1:04:33  20:49

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