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Honolulu Marathon finishers from Big Island #101 to 200

101 4553 MIKE HAMILTON M 60 KEAUHOU HI 4:45:23
102 4676 JOSEPH PIEKARSKI M 37 KEAUHOU HI 4:46:38
103 4679 GUY TOYAMA M 42 KAILUA-KONA HI 4:46:41
104 4695 ERIN WAGNER F 30 HILO HI 4:46:49
105 4776 KELLY SOHRIAKOFF F 41 KAMUELA HI 4:47:42
106 4785 ROBYN SCARTH F 34 KAMUELA HI 4:47:45
107 4886 JOLENE HUGHES F 50 KEAAU HI 4:48:37
108 4887 STEVEN RICHEY M 41 KAILUA HI 4:48:37
109 4913 BERNARD MATATUMUA-VERMEULEN M 44 KEALAKEKUA HI 4:48:51
110 4915 JAMES TUSCANY M 59 HILO HI 4:48:52
111 5055 COLBY LA BRIE M 33 HILO HI 4:49:59
112 5057 ALISON STEINER F 42 KAILUA-KONA HI 4:50:00
113 5059 DEEN TSUKAMOTO M 54 NAALEHU HI 4:50:01
114 5061 STEVEN HIRAKI M 32 HILO HI 4:50:01
115 5585 JAIME PATTERSON F 35 KAILUA HI 4:54:59
116 5661 ABRA PINTOR F 40 KAILUA KONA HI 4:55:44
117 5808 JANETTE DU MONCEAUX F 52 KAILUA KONA HI 4:56:58
118 5886 BILLY GREINEISEN M 31 HONOLULU HI 4:57:39
119 5888 BILL GREINEISEN M 59 VOLCANO HI 4:57:40
120 5921 TAMMY LOPES F 42 HILO HI 4:57:55
121 5933 ANDREA HESS F 47 LAUPAHOEHOE HI 4:58:02
122 6088 MEGAN DENNY F 38 PAHALA HI 4:59:28
123 6218 HIROYUKI MURAOKA M 29 KAMUELA HI 5:01:02
124 6372 HUGH KOBAYASHI M 58 HILO HI 5:02:54
125 6503 AARON MORITA M 57 HILO HI 5:04:37
126 6558 DARYL SERAIN M 60 KEALAKEKUA HI 5:05:07
127 6618 CHARLES SAKODA M 62 HILO HI 5:05:47
128 6638 JEREMY MANASAS M 31 KAILUA-KONA HI 5:05:58
129 6718 CHARLES BOSTWICK M 56 MOUNTAIN VIEW HI 5:06:55
130 6765 DAVID NAKAMURA M 42 HILO HI 5:07:30
131 6807 REBECCA CHAPMAN F 21 KAILUA KONA HI 5:07:57
132 6842 HARVEY NAKASONE M 53 HILO HI 5:08:21
133 6911 DANNY GUERPO M 48 KAMUELA HI 5:09:02
134 6949 ROBERT TAIRA M 58 HILO HI 5:09:26
135 6983 ANNETTE CRISANTI F 46 KAILUA KONA HI 5:09:45
136 7439 TRAVIS TORIANO M 30 HILO HI 5:14:31
137 7524 SANDRA CONNICK F 59 KEAAU HI 5:15:24
138 7755 KANANINOHEA MAKAIMOKU F 31 KEAAU HI 5:17:54
139 7797 ERIC KUWANA M 38 HILO HI 5:18:21
140 7914 KATIE JANE LANGFORD F 30 HILO HI 5:19:22
141 7950 HAMANO WAIKINKY BEACH YOSHIE F 46 AIEA HI 5:19:44
142 8272 SAM BROWN M 40 KAILUA KONA HI 5:23:04
143 8326 VINCE WIERNICKI M 47 HAWI HI 5:23:36
144 8471 AMANDA LEE F 32 HILO HI 5:24:49
145 8701 ASHLEY DRAKE F 30 HILO HI 5:27:18
146 8783 CHRISTIAN HIRAYAMA M 68 HILO HI 5:28:03
147 8838 MISTY PACHECO F 33 HILO HI 5:28:29
148 8840 CANDACE ALNAS F 51 HILO HI 5:28:31
149 8887 DAVID LITTRELL M 55 HILO HI 5:28:58
150 9069 SUZANNE BISTLINE F 41 KAMUELA HI 5:30:39
151 9076 MONICA SCHEEL F 45 KAILUA KONA HI 5:30:44
152 9077 MICHAEL DRUTAR M 40 KAILUA-KONA HI 5:30:44
153 9083 LISA VOS F 40 KAILUA KONA HI 5:30:45
154 9119 MICHAEL HASSELBRING M 59 HAWI HI 5:31:02
155 9189 EVA NANIOLE F 57 HILO HI 5:31:47
156 9229 SHIGE SHIBUYA M 44 KAILUA KONA HI 5:32:12
157 9247 LYNNE BRAUHER F 49 KEAAU HI 5:32:20
158 9296 MATTHEW SUTHERLAND M 43 KAILUA KONA HI 5:32:46
159 9297 JENNIFER MCCORD F 32 KAILUA KONA HI 5:32:46
160 9477 SAGE BARCIA M 18 KEAAU HI 5:34:26
161 9518 RANDAL OKUTSU M 56 HILO HI 5:34:46
162 9599 ADREL VICENTE M 37 HILO HI 5:35:38
163 9633 NICOLE MARMEN F 45 PAHOA HI 5:36:02
164 9668 BRENT MEYER M 44 HILO HI 5:36:17
165 9706 REXANNE RING F 59 KAMUELA HI 5:36:33
166 9712 SEAN ADKINS M 56 KAMUELA HI 5:36:35
167 9748 MARCIE ZABELSKI F 27 KAILUA KONA HI 5:36:51
168 9749 COLTON METZLER M 28 KAILUA KONA HI 5:36:51
169 9758 ELLIOTT PARSONS M 34 KAILUA KONA HI 5:36:56
170 9759 TINA FLOWER F 40 KAILUA KONA HI 5:36:56
171 9777 LAURIE KANETA F 56 HILO HI 5:37:05
172 9785 BELINDA HERD F 51 KAILUA KONA HI 5:37:08
173 9883 CARL L. ROSSETTI M 56 KAILUA-KONA HI 5:38:13
174 9915 NICHOLAS CHOCK M 18 KAMUELA HI 5:38:34
175 9982 SARAH GOVIER F 34 KAILUA KONA HI 5:39:07
176 10107 JERRY BLEVINS M 49 KAMUELA HI 5:40:19
177 10276 MORGEN BAHURINSKY F 64 HILO HI 5:41:47
178 10311 DORA RAMIREZ F 53 KAILUA KONA HI 5:42:03
179 10315 AKAMAI CORNILLEZ F 34 KAPAAU HI 5:42:05
180 10380 LEILYN KOEV F 38 KAMUELA HI 5:42:39
181 10412 LES MARTISKO M 68 PEPEEKEO HI 5:42:55
182 10529 DONNA WONG YUEN F 50 HILO HI 5:43:51
183 10565 FRANZ WEBER M 59 KAILUA-KONA HI 5:44:14
184 11022 SANDRA SHEPHERD F 56 KAILUA KONA HI 5:48:07
185 11025 GERD WEBER M 63 KAILUA-KONA HI 5:48:08
186 11384 KELLY YAMAMOTO F 28 HONOKAA HI 5:51:12
187 11423 SHELLEY DOCTOR F 40 KAILUA KONA HI 5:51:28
188 11656 DARD ALLER M 63 KAILUA KONA HI 5:53:27
189 11698 LANI MANAYTAY F 42 KEAAU HI 5:53:48
190 11780 JAIRUS MAHOE M 26 KAILUA KONA HI 5:54:37
191 11790 BRYSON MANUEL M 26 VOLCANO HI 5:54:42
192 11793 UILANI WILLS F 31 HILO HI 5:54:43
193 11975 EMILY SUMSTAD F 29 KAPAAU HI 5:56:25
194 12170 KRISTI CONNICK F 29 KEAAU HI 5:58:18
195 12171 CALVIN DORN M 56 KAILUA KONA HI 5:58:19
196 12174 CHRISTINE DECARLI F 36 KAILUA KONA HI 5:58:20
197 12176 STACEY DORN F 49 KAILUA KONA HI 5:58:20
198 12287 PETER CAHILL M 55 HONAUNAU HI 5:59:21
199 12292 LORRIN KC CHING M 68 KAILUA-KONA HI 5:59:25
200 12297 ORION SCHLEGELMILCH M 17 HILO HI 5:59:28

related link:  https://waynejoseph.wordpress.com/2012/12/09/honolulu-marathon-top-100-big-island-finishers/

December 9, 2012 Posted by | Marathon Running | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Hilo’s Lani Manatay Living Her Dream

Hilo's Lani Manatay

Having a dream and a passion to do something might take years to realize and for Lani Manatay her desire to someday run a marathon came to be three decades later.

“I started running when I was 12 years old and my dream was to someday run a marathon,” Manatay said.

Growing up on Cebu Island in the Philippines Manatay discovered her love for running and dreamed big dreams for a little girl.  “Since I was a child I loved to run and do nothing else,” she said.

“Running is my passion, there is something about it, the freedom I feel and a piece of mind that comes over me,” Manatay said.

Manatay came to Kauai from the Philippines when she was 15 years old and attended Kapaa High School.  During her school days she got involved in Girl Scouts and played a little basketball.

As a young adult she met and married a Big Island radio personality and began to raise a family.

Five children later Manatay felt a little uncomfortable with her body and decided to make a serious commitment to regular physical exercise.

“After the birth of my fifth child I joined a gym and began working out regularly,” she said.  “I go to the gym every day after work, at around 6:30 pm and will work out till 8 pm. “I’ll do running strides, in the gym, and the elliptical machine and I will do hills while increasing the speed.”

Manatay will also lift weights, doing dumbbell curls, so that her upper body will be strong while working the shoulders.

This mother of five also plays softball, volleyball, swim and free dive and has now added tennis, twice a week to her exercise routine.

Manatay starts each morning with a 30 minute run around her neighborhood, before getting ready for work, at the Hilo Hawaiian Hotel where she puts in a full day of physical work on her feet.

“On work days I will wake up at 4:30 am and be out of the house around 5:30 to run on the road until 6 or 6:30,” she said.  “Then I need to be at work by 7:50 am.”

Manatay crossing the finish line Kauai Marathon

After work Manatay heads for the gym where her total daily work out time can last three hours.  On weekends she will increase her work out time on the roads and in the gym so that her daily total adds up to four hours.

“I run about 45 miles a week, and I wish I could run more and train more,” Manatay said.  “Six days a week I will run, rain or shine, on the road and then I will add more time after work in the gym.”

Manatay is also learning yoga and has added “home shoulder yoga” to her regimen.

“I prepared myself for the marathon by running in the Volcano 10-miler, three times,” Manatay said.  “I also run 13 miles on my days off and then I will go and run another 10-miles on the machines in the gym.”

And what has become of her childhood dream to run a marathon (26.2-miles)?  Well, in 2009 Manatay not only achieved her dream of becoming a marathon finisher, but this 39 year old went on to complete the Hilo, Kona and Kauai Marathons.

On Sunday Manatay finished another full 26.2-mile run by doing the Honolulu Marathon, for a total of four marathons in one year.

“Training for my marathons is my whole lifetime goal,” she said.  “I am living my childhood dream.”

Manatay success in fulfilling her dream didn’t come easily as she had to preserver in her efforts to balance family and work in order to find the time necessary to do the training.

“Running is the kind of sport you can do alone and on your own time,” she said.  “I love the feeling of running in the mornings before I go to work.  I love to run because it can get me through anything in life.  I do it because it keeps me focused on my life.”

After four marathons, what could be next for Manatay?  “Next year I’d like to do the Maui Marathon,” she said.

December 21, 2009 Posted by | Marathon Running, Profiles, Running on the Big Island | , , , | 2 Comments