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King’s Swim from Kailua-Kona, July 7, 2012 – TOP 3

King’s Swim  1.2-mile swim held Saturday July 7, 2012  in Kailua-Kona

Overall male 1 Peter Parisi 23:16  2 Darren Phelan 23:18  3 Nathaniel Goodale 23:32

10-and-under male  1 Weylin Foo 28:41  2 Silas Wiley 31:3 3 Duke Becker 38:17

11-14 male  1 Shane/buddy Rose 26:23   2 Danny Konishi 26:40  3 Johan VanBakel 27:15

15-18 male   1 Sonny Hapgood 23:35    2 Jordan Kamimura 24:18   3 Adam Hill 24:38

19-24 male  1 Ryan K Saunders 24:09  2 Evan Uy 26:2    3 Anthony Ganuelas 32:14

25-29 male  1 Greg McKenna 28:56   2 Nicholas Takamine 30:51    3 Cory McCkrd 31:04

30-34 male   1 Justin Pierce 30:40  2 Elijah McDauniel 31:13   3 Kristopher Whiting 36:53

35-39 male  1 Jeff Maki 25:12    2 Dave Fediuk 29:24    3 Michael DeCarli 34:31

40-44 male   1 Trent Fischer 25:55   2 Jano Soto 26:42   3 Erik Guldhav 29:03

45-49 male   1 Mark Noetzel 24:51    2 Jerry Bess 26:38   3 Jason Nixon 27:59

50-54 male   1 Colin Mustoe 24:57   2 Dave Gibson 25:03   3 Derrick Monell 29:17

55-59 male   1 Ward Saunders 28:04  2 Alfred Kent 28:39   3 Robert Puaokalani 33:37

60-64 male   1 Steve Mcelrath 29:03  2 Ron Ahloy 29:4     3 Peter Boynyon 32:47

65-69 male    1 Jim Mccleery 25:00   2 Bob Smith 29:09   3 Douglas Dierenfield 34:56

70-and-over male  1 Warren Harlow 44:20  2 Mo Mathews 44:25   3 Paul Patnode 55:15

Overall female   1 Leahi Camacho 23:20   2 Alyssa Foo 23:23  3 Noelani Vargas 23:38

10-and-under female  1 Malia Dills 33:43  2 Kenya Gray 38:21  3 Kaile Dills 38:35

11-14 female    1 Madeline Foo 24:19    2 Lily Castro 26:29   3 Katie Jefferson 26:32

15-18 female   1 Madison-Gail Hauani’o 23:46  2 Cara Jernigan 24:1  3 Bhillie Luciani 24:48

19-24 female   1 Nicole Paulachak 31:42

25-29 female    1 Sarah Chang 27:13   2 Kaitlin Sanders 28:57   3 Cobey Ackerman 31:36

30-34 female   1 Andrea Lindborg 27:31  2 Lindsay Resetnikov 28:46 3 Robyn Scarth 32:14

35-39 female  1 Jen Gow 28:42   2 Rani Tanimoto 29:59   3 Sylvia Ravaglia 31:37

40-44 female  1 Aimee Kolman 25:02  2 Mary Donlevy 26:40  3 Serena Chamberlain 33:34

45-49 female  1 Christine Winn 28:53  2 Nicki Lacey-Enos 29:54   3 Lisa Youngs 30:54

50-54 female  1 Jennifer Stabrylla 27:45  2 Linda Kelley 31:40   3 Kathleen Leahy 33:54

55-59 female  1 Cookie Kimball 30:16  2 Lisa Parsell 31:47   3 Valisa Saunders 32:45

60-64 female   1 Patti Kiernan 33:54  2 Jane Dierenfield 34:53   3 Lotus Golden 36:29

65-69 female   1 Kaeti Ecker 33:51      2 Susan Lalanne 41:29

70-and-over female   1 Carol Elliott 34:02    2 Adrienne Pipes 40:27

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Hapuna Swim Results from 6.30.2012 race

Place First Name Last Name Divison Age Group

Min

  Sec

1

Leahi Camacho Female 15-19

17

:

55.9

2

Madison Hauanio Female 15-19

18

:

01.4

3

Nathaniel Goodale Male 15-19

18

:

07.2

4

Sonny Hapgood Male 15-19

18

:

27.1

5

Madeline Foo Female 13-14

18

:

31.5

6

Noe Vargas Female 20-24

18

:

40.8

7

Jeff Maki Male 35-39

18

:

52.1

8

Bree Wee Female 30-34

19

:

11.4

9

Dave Gibson Male 50-54

19

:

12.5

10

Cara Jernigan Female 15-19

19

:

13.3

11

Akemi King Female 15-19

19

:

16.5

12

Evan Uy Male 15-19

19

:

18.8

13

Mark Noetzel Male 45-49

19

:

23.8

14

Colin Mustoe Male 50-54

19

:

27.3

15

Aimee Kolman Female 40-44

19

:

38.8

16

Nalani Kaun Female 30-34

19

:

39.5

17

Ben Fischer Male 55-59

19

:

39.8

18

Marrissa Bryant-Manago Female 13-14

19

:

40.7

19

Shane Rose Male 13-14

19

:

41.2

20

Malia Santos Female 15-19

19

:

42.1

21

Jim McCleery Male 65-69

19

:

48.1

22

Trent Fischer Male 40-44

19

:

51.3

23

Joshua Vanbakl Male 15-19

19

:

53.5

24

Bhillie Luciani Female 15-19

19

:

57.2

24

Elizabeth Tobola Female 30-34

20

:

04.8

25

Michelle Karpishin Female 13-14

20

:

05.3

26

Lily Castro Female 13-14

20

:

07.4

28

Jon Berlin Male 35-39

20

:

12.2

29

Jerry Bess Male 45-49

20

:

22.8

30

Sarah Chang Female 25-29

20

:

26.2

31

Kelly Jernigan Female 15-19

20

:

40.9

32

Joe Kent Male 20-24

20

:

49.0

33

Paul Tucker Male 35-39

20

:

49.3

34

Taylor Doherty Female 13-14

20

:

52.6

35

Mary Donlevy Female 40-44

20

:

56.4

36

Ed Doherty Male 40-44

20

:

58.2

37

Jason Freitas Male 35-39

21

:

00.7

38

Katherine Jefferson Female 13-14

21

:

14.2

39

Teagan Rutkowski Female 13-14

21

:

14.9/

40

Britt Bailey Female 45-49

21

:

16.7

41

Michelle Simmons Female 35-39

21

:

19.2

42

Chenoa Jesser Female 15-19

21

:

19.6

43

Daniel Manso Male 15-19

21

:

20.3

44

Jenniver Crown Female 50-54

21

:

54.6

45

Merry Finch Female 55-59

21

:

57.2

46

Alfred Kent Male 55-59

21

:

59.0

47

Jason Nixon Male 45-49

22

:

00.3

48

Jen Gow Female 35-39

22

:

01.1

49

Jim Budde Male 65-69

22

:

03.8

50

Christine Winn Female 45-49

22

:

04.9

51

Kaitlin Saunders Female 25-29

22

:

07.5

52

Aye Chan Male 11-12

22

:

09.2

53

Wendy Smith Female 40-44

22

:

16.5

54

Ron AhLoy Male 60-64

22

:

19.1

55

Chris Chang Male 15-19

22

:

20.2

56

Evan Leeloy Male 15-19

22

:

21.5

57

Jake Anderson Male 15-19

22

:

23.3

58

Kelly Hoyle Female 40-44

22

:

24.3

59

Jellian Cuartero Female 15-19

22

:

25.2

60

Nolan Grossman Male 11-12

22

:

25.9

61

Sienna Levine Female 13-14

22

:

26.4

62

Kate Warner Female 20-24

22

:

27.1

63

Lori Oka Female 40-44

22

:

27.9

64

Weylin Foo Male 9-10

22

:

28.4

65

Allison Alterman Female 15-19

22

:

32.9

66

Joe Barcia Male 40-44

22

:

34.0

67

Christine Im Female 13-14

22

:

37.8

68

Chris Ludwick Male 25-29

22

:

41.7

69

Brian Kuczyniski Male 25-29

22

:

43.8

70

Andrew Fauth Male 45-49

22

:

48.3

71

Bob Smith Male 65-69

22

:

52.6

72

Kara Paulachak Female 15-19

22

:

56.6

73

Keola Akao Male 30-34

22

:

58.9

74

Michael Smith Male 40-44

23

:

00.5

75

Dave Fediuk Male 35-39

23

:

03.5

76

Daniel Estess Male 15-19

23

:

21.2

77

Ed Wetherell Male 40-44

23

:

31.6

78

Yanis Nora Male 25-29

23

:

33.0

79

Elijah McDaniel Male 30-34

23

:

35.9

80

Nolan Yamaki Male 35-39

23

:

40.4

81

Tom Hagen Male 60-64

23

:

43.3

82

Chris Kathe Male 50-54

23

:

45.7

83

Anita Leao Female 35-39

23

:

49.2

84

Andrea Bess Female 35-39

23

:

50.2

85

Nicki Lacey-Enos Female 45-49

24

:

02.6

86

Gregory Kathe Male 13-14

24

:

17.8

87

Danny Konishi Male 11-12

24

:

18.1

88

Tera Matthews Female 35-39

24

:

21.0

89

Stanley Lee Male 55-59

24

:

26.1

90

Sam Ainslie Male 50-54

24

:

27.6

91

Max Barreto Male 15-19

24

:

31.9

92

John Kathe Male 15-19

24

:

32.6

93

JK Spielman Male 50-54

24

:

35.1

94

Karly Noetzel Female 11-12

24

:

37.0

95

Scottt Berney Male 40-44

24

:

38.1

96

David Reitow Male 65-69

24

:

42.7

97

Tom Sena Male 60-64

24

:

46.1

98

Miya Konishi Female 15-19

24

:

46.7

99

Robert Puokalani Male 55-59

24

:

48.9

100

Lisa Youngs Female 45-49

24

:

50.6

101

Dane Enos Male 50-54

24

:

51.4

102

Ricci Bezona Male 50-54

24

:

51.7

103

Leslie Crawford Female 50-54

24

:

52.1

104

Sean Jesser Male 13-14

25

:

00.0

105

Mel Ahlo Male 35-39

25

:

07.1

106

Ginger Thomas Female 45-49

25

:

08.4

107

Net Payne Male 40-44

25

:

09.8

108

Lisa Parsell Female 55-59

25

:

13.4

109

Nicole Paulachak Female 15-19

25

:

18.3

110

David Jamenay Male 45-49

25

:

26.4

111

Andre Nogues Male 40-44

25

:

27.5

112

Reiko Sekine Female 55-59

25

:

31.9

113

Barbara Taylor Female 55-59

25

:

33.1

114

Chloe Hughes Female 9-10

25

:

38.1

115

Ricci Racela Female 40-44

25

:

42.5

116

Sylvia Ravaglia Female 35-39

25

:

43.0

117

Matt Piercy Male 35-39

25

:

44.9

118

Melissa Harmeling Female 30-34

25

:

55.2

119

Joe Clarkson Male 60-64

26

:

02.0

120

Kristin Bertelmann Female 25-29

26

:

04.1

121

Claire Evans Female 13-14

26

:

05.9

122

Chris Owens Male 55-59

26

:

09.2

123

Mary Kent Female 55-59

26

:

12.9

124

Lacey Cameron Female 20-24

26

:

13.7

125

Joan Campbell Female 45-49

26

:

15.1

126

Robyn Scarth Female 30-34

26

:

20.7

127

Kathleen Leahy Female 50-54

26

:

21.7

128

Mike Decarli Male 35-39

26

:

25.0

129

Kyle Fields Male 45-49

26

:

25.5

130

Bill Sakovich Male 70-74

26

:

31.7

131

Pati Kiernan Female 60-64

26

:

37.3

132

Donald Bowman Male 25-29

26

:

39.5

133

Cody Ranfranz Male 11-12

26

:

41.7

134

Kim Wilson Female 50-54

26

:

42.7

135

Catherine Spina Female 30-34

26

:

51.8

136

Carol Elliott   70-74

26

:

53.2

137

Denise Boatwright Female 55-59

26

:

54.1

138

Malia Dills Female 9-10

26

:

55.5

139

George Fry Male 65-69

26

:

57.5

140

Douglas Dierenfield Male 65-69

27

:

08.3

141

Connor Varney Male 15-19

27

:

10.8

142

Katy Sommer Female 35-39

27

:

11.3

143

Wilfredo Duran Male 35-39

27

:

21.6

144

Kauihana Archer Female 30-34

27

:

23.8

145

Billy Rickards Male 35-39

27

:

24.1

146

Lindsey Caldwell Female 15-19

27

:

24.8

147

Kevin Nishimoto Male 25-29

27

:

25.5

148

Peaman   Male 45-49

27

:

30.8

149

Vivian Varney Female 50-54

27

:

34.4

150

Madeline Budde Female 55-59

27

:

36.6

151

Keith Shirley Male 30-34

27

:

39.3

152

Walter Sinicki Male 55-59

27

:

41.5

153

Lee Otani Female 55-59

27

:

44.1

154

Peter Jefferson Male 50-54

27

:

49.5

155

Christina McPherson Female 35-39

27

:

53.4

156

Donna Goodale Female 55-59

27

:

55.1

157

Janie Packett Female 55-59

28

:

03.5

158

Susan Nixon Female 40-44

28

:

11.1

159

Danny Jesser Male 60-64

28

:

14.1

160

Star Lockwood Female 55-59

28

:

15.0

161

Jane Dierenfield Female 60-64

28

:

16.6

162

Michael Dahler Male 50-54

28

:

18.7

163

Serena Chamberlain Female 40-44

28

:

20.5

164

Charles Yoshida Male 35-39

28

:

21.7

165

Kawika Singson Male 45-49

28

:

22.8

166

LJQ Lopaka Male 60-64

28

:

23.6

167

Mikey Brown Male 30-34

28

:

29.3

168

Catherine Shannon Female 45-49

28

:

32.8

169

Dan Berman Male 55-59

28

:

42.5

170

Gary Romero Male 25-29

28

:

53.3

171

Jackie Hoffman Male 60-64

28

:

53.8

172

Olivia Akao Female 11-12

28

:

54.6

173

Maile Fediuk Female 11-12

28

:

58.2

174

Ben Torres Male 40-44

28

:

59.2

175

Christine O’Gorman Female 60-64

29

:

00.5

176

Peter Bresciani Male 60-64

29

:

08.9

177

Daryl Serain Male 60-64

29

:

13.10

178

Kenya Gray Female 9-10

29

:

15.1

179

Chris Gregory Male 25-29

29

:

19.5

180

Jackie Payne Female 11-12

29

:

29.7

181

Eva Willey Female 25-29

29

:

36.1

182

Denise Berrol Female 50-54

29

:

37.2

183

Sandra Kimball Female 45-49

29

:

43.9

184

William Kakubowski Male 60-64

29

:

45.9

185

John Gapp Male 55-59

29

:

47.6

186

Randall Cavanaugh Male 60-64

29

:

49.4

187

Roberta Hickman Female 55-59

29

:

50.8

188

Kris Whiting Male 30-34

29

:

51.8

189

Eva Naniole Female 55-59

29

:

56.9

190

Dennis Osier Male 70-74

29

:

59.0

191

Richard Egey Male 40-44

30

:

02.7

192

Rodney Palafox Male 25-29

30

:

04.0

193

Jonathan Chock Male 50-54

30

:

30.2

194

Cindy Morse Female 50-54

30

:

55.30

195

Chitwin Santun Male 40-44

31

:

15.0

196

Casondra Clark Female 35-39

31

:

16.3

197

Jeri Douglas Female 60-64

31

:

26.5

198

Rob Van Geen Male 50-54

31

:

39.1

199

Melissa Braswell Female 30-34

31

:

46.8

200

Becky Thurston Female 60-64

32

:

00.8

201

Adrienne Pipes Female 75-plus

32

:

03.0

202

Isabella Zambrana Female 9-10

32

:

12.3

203

Jen Baer Female 40-44

32

:

26.6

204

Christina Williams Female 40-44

32

:

53.3

205

Duke Becker Male 8/Under

33

:

13.3

206

Jack Hoyt Male 65-69

33

:

14.1

207

Shelly Batha Female 35-39

33

:

43.5

208

Ali Steiner Female 40-44

33

:

45.7

209

Nolan Chock Male 55-59

33

:

46.6

210

George Ainge Male 50-54

33

:

49.9

211

Mo Mathews Male 85-Plus

33

:

55.7

212

Katherine Cross Female 50-54

34

:

00.0

213

Alexander Cyran Male 50-54

34

:

01.9

214

Roger Vargas Male 65-69

34

:

04.4

215

Audrey Grossman Female 55-59

34

:

10.3

216

Jason Parel Male 40-44

34

:

22.1

217

Jill Maki Female 35-39

34

:

31.8

218

Jane Freeman Female 50-54

34

:

36.7

219

Ron Peppler Male 50-54

34

:

40.2

220

Kathy Clarke Female 50-54

34

:

54.2

221

Ramona Deveney Female 30-34

35

:

08.4

223

Potter Swartz Male 65-69

35

:

18.1

224

Nazish Mir Female 35-39

35

:

35.2

225

John Ferdico Male 45-49

35

:

42.6

227

Julia Rooney Female 55-59

35

:

51.6

228

Makena Becker Female 9-10

36

:

28.8

229

Nori Becker Female 40-44

37

:

02.6

230

Carol Langevin Female 50-54

37

:

26.3

231

Danny Becker Male 40-44

37

:

39.1

232

Laura Rogers Female 55-59

37

:

42.5

233

Kailey Fediuk Female 9-10

37

:

44.0

234

Elaine Tope Female 60-64

37

:

47.4

235

Tosi Mochizuki Male 40-44

39

:

44.5

236

Linny Vermeire Female 60-64

40

:

49.2

236

Charles McLaughlin Male 65-69

41

:

37.2

237

Jake Maki Male 8/Under

42

:

16.8

238

John Hart Male 65-69

43

:

09.4

239

Paul Patnode Male 70-74

44

:

42.4

240

Paloma Field Female 9-10

45

:

03.0

241

Kaile Dills Female 8/Under

46

:

04.4

242

Jenny Payne Female 40-44

46

:

13.0

243

Tanner Levine Male 11-12

46

:

42.0

244

Morgen Bahurinsky Female 60-64

46

:

46.9

245

Jovan Backel Male 50-54

49

:

07.9

246

Alexia Rose Female 9-10

49

:

39.2

247

Katherine Roseguo Female 50-54

49

:

43.5

248

Diana Garcia Female 8/Under

49

:

47.1

249

Clara Kraus Female 8/Under

49

:

53.7

250

Carlann Rose Female 60-64

49

:

54.2

251

Kalani Hartman Male 11-12

49

:

57.1

252

Kai White Female 35-39

50

:

27.6

253

Ailidh Carroll Female 8/Under

50

:

33.1

254

Lisa Bryant Female 50-54

52

:

42.6

255

Kelsey Gray Female 8/Under

52

:

44.3

256

Cayden Gray Male 13-14

54

:

33.9

Race Conditions were sunny  and bit breezy (off shore) which left everyone with a bit of saltwater in their stomachs. Leahi Camacho led the charge and pulled out a nice victory.

Race Directors Tina Doherty and Mark Noetzel with 85 yr old  Champion Mo Mathews

July 1, 2012 Posted by | Swimming in Hawaii | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

HPA’s Mark Noetzel keeping healthy and fit

Mark Noetzel

We’ve all heard the proverb that “copying someone is flattering because it shows you want to be like that person,” and in most cases it can prove to be the best way to learn something new.

In the case of Mark Noetzel, copying, has paid enormous dividends and continues over into a lifetime of success.

When Noetzel was eight years old he followed his older sister to the pool one Saturday afternoon and joined their swim team, (Port Huron Recreational Department) without having any prior swimming lessons.

“I recall being asked to swim in the 25 yard butterfly race,” Noetzel said.  “Not knowing what the ‘Butterfly’ was, I watched some kids in the older division and imitated them.”

Noetzel’s imitation of those kids paid off as he won the Butterfly race which turned out to be the springboard to many successful swim accolades throughout his youth and adult life.

The youngest of eight children Noetzel learned much about sports and life from his older siblings growing up in Michigan.

“My two brothers, though much older, were very athletic with football, basketball, track and field and baseball,” Noetzel said.  “They led the charge down a path of athletics which I would willfully follow.”

Noetzel followed in his brothers path playing baseball, basketball, football and pick-up games of hockey, but his true calling came in the water when he competed in the Michigan AAU Program winning his first state championship at age 11.

By his senior year of high school Noetzel added water polo to his repertoire of sports and increased his swim training to 20,000 yards a day.

“I felt up to my neck in a pool of alligators,” he said.  “I struggled, though endured, until late January 1980.”

Noezel’s hard work paid off as the once hardly noticed swimmer went from just making state qualifying time, to being ranked as the number two swimmer in the State of Michigan in both the 50 and 100 freestyle events.

Noetzel went on to take second place at the state championships in his two individual events, and led his 400 freestyle relay to the state title.  For all his hard work Noetzel was named to the All-American team by NISCA.

Needless to say that Noezel’s stellar high school swimming performance was a springboard to a half scholarship his freshman year to swim for the University of Michigan and by his junior year he had earned a full scholarship.

“During my senior year at Michigan I was named team captain and swam to another Big Ten title on a relay and was third individually,” he said.

Today Noetzel is the principal at the Upper School at Hawaii Preparatory Academy.

“It’s a very demanding, yet rewarding position,” Noetzel said.  “I enjoy the challenge of meeting the needs of our diverse student population and feel blessed to have a faculty who are willing to embrace the needs of the 21st Century learner.”

Earlier this month Noetzel celebrated his 49th birthday by swimming 49 x 100’s in HPA’s 25 yard pool.

“Each week I try to balance my fitness activities between running and swimming,” he said.  “A standing goal is to run over 10 miles and to swim more than 10,000 yards during the week.”

Married to Liz for 17 years the couple has a daughter, Karly, who is 11 who is a student at Hawaii Prep.

“My wife Liz, graduated from HPA’s class of 1983,” Noetzel said.  “And Karly is in the class of 2018.”

Noetzel, of course, is also HPA’s swim coach and serves as a good role model for those under his tutelage.

“I feel I’m made for pool swimming,” Noetzel said.  “I like to enter ocean races because I’m not that good at them and I strive to improve, but I still have a top 10 time in the world for the 100 meter freestyle for one of the master’s age groups.”

And Noetzel continues to give back to the community in a number of ways as he serves as the race director for the Hapuna Rough Water Swim along with Ed Doherty, David Rietow and Greg McKenna.

Noetzel says that his favorite ocean race is the Kukio Blue Water, even though he is the past winner of the Richardson Rough Water Swim.

For diet Noetzel enjoys a protein shake in the morning and he will try to avoid wheat as much as possible.

“I try to make myself aware of my water intake each day and that helps keep me lively,” he said.

Noetzel is striving to run 10 miles and to swim a 10K each week and claims that David Reitow and Jim Budde are his role model heroes.

“David and Jim are much, much older than myself, but they show up each day, put in the work and they stay sharp,” Noetzel said.

And why does Noetzel work so hard at health and fitness?

“I like the peacefulness that post exercise provides.  I enjoy human performance, whether it’s with my age team (Academy Swim Club), my high school team, masters group or by myself,” he said.

Mark Noetzel reaped the rewards of success through his ability to imitate and took that learning experience to a whole new level.

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

Email the Big Dog at waiakeabigdog@aol.com

September 26, 2011 Posted by | Profiles | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Top Swimmer, Mark Noetzel, wins Rainforest 10K

10K RESULTS – TOP 50

1 Mark Noetzel         40 – 49      Kamuela, HI          :48:00  07:44

2 Ray Ibarra            50 – 59      Hilo, HI             :49:06  07:55

3 Serena Chamberlain    40 – 49    F Kailua Kona, HI      :49:28  07:58

4 James Russell        40 – 49      Kailua-Kona, HI      :49:59  08:03

5 Stewart Hunter        Military     Hilo, HI             :50:18  08:0

6 Kevin Mcqueary        Military     Ewa Beach, HI        :51:27  08:17

7 Sarah Bakken          20 – 29    F Hilo, HI             :51:39  08:19

 8 Kevin Freitas         40 – 49      Honolulu, HI         :52:21  08:26

 9 Caroline Curvan       40 – 49    F Ossining, NY         :52:45  08:30

 10 Takahiro Emura       30 – 39      Wako, Japan          :52:52  08:31

 11 Ryan Peters          20 – 29      Hilo, HI             :53:03  08:33

 12 Gerd Weber            60 – 69      Kailua Kona, HI      :53:53  08:41

 13 Steve Creed           40 – 49      Chandler, AZ         :54:17  08:45

 14 Mamoru Kawashima      40 – 49      Wako, Japan          :54:30  08:47

 15 Roger Butenschoen     40 – 49      Eugene, OR           :54:38  08:48

 16 Robert Puaokalani     40 – 49      Kailua Kona, HI      :55:07  08:53

 17 Dawn Patterson        30 – 39    F Keaau, HI            :55:13  08:54

 18 Mercedes DeCarli      1 – 19     F Kailua-Kona, HI      :55:16  08:54

 19 Lisa Stratton         40 – 49    F Santa Barbara, CA    :55:31  08:57

 20 Jennifer Orr         30 – 39    F Hawaii National pa   :55:38  08:58

 21 Neil Takemoto         40 – 49      Washington, DC       :55:54  09:00

 22 Edgar Tuliao          40 – 49      Hilo, HI             :56:11  09:03

 23 Carlon Munroe         30 – 39      Honolulu, HI         :56:17  09:04

 24 Lisa Belbeck         20 – 29    F Mississauga, Canad   :56:23  09:05

 25 Scott Rankin         20 – 29      Mississauga, Canad   :56:24  09:05

 26 Bryan Gorges        20 – 29      Hilo, HI             :57:13  09:13

 27 Christina Sturgill    20 – 29    F Kailua-Kona, HI      :57:15  09:14

 28 Laura Dierenfield     30 – 39    F Kailua Kona, HI      :57:29  09:16

 29 Emily Carder          30 – 39    F Mountain View, HI    :58:19  09:24

 30 Shaun Mitsuda         20 – 29      Kailua-Kona, HI      :58:34  09:26

 31 Andrea Watson         20 – 29    F Kailua-Kona, HI      :58:47  09:28

 32 Angela Menking        30 – 39    F Hilo, HI             :58:49  09:29

 33 David Hammes         50 – 59      Hilo, HI             :59:13  09:33

 34 Kaye Levine           40 – 49    F Kailua-Kona, HI      :59:18  09:33

 35 Robert Belcher        50 – 59      Hilo, HI             :59:24  09:34

 36 Charles Holzworth     40 – 49      Laupahoehoe, HI      :59:25  09:35

 37 Sandy Connick       50 – 59    F Keaau, HI            :59:56  09:40

 38 Christian Wong       30 – 39      Hilo, HI            1:00:02  09:40

 39 Sean Adkins          50 – 59      Kamuela, HI         1:00:08  09:41

 40 Joanna Wu           20 – 29    F Hilo, HI            1:00:09  09:42

 41 Yukie Takamatsu      30 – 39    F Wako, Japan         1:00:39  09:46

 42 Eva Naniole        50 – 59    F Hilo, HI            1:00:44  09:47

 43 Carley Lowe           20 – 29    F Hilo, HI            1:01:05  09:51

 44 Keala Campbell       20 – 29    F Kamuela, HI         1:01:11  09:52

 45 Cynthia Thomssen      50 – 59    F Waikoloa, HI        1:01:32  09:55

 46 Marie Manning       50 – 59    F Kailua, HI          1:01:50  09:58

 47 Daisy Laforga       30 – 39    F Henderson, NV       1:02:20  10:03

 48 Ann Hartman         40 – 49    F Ewa Beach, HI       1:02:21  10:03

 49 Suzanne Bistlin     30 – 39    F Kamuela, HI         1:03:45  10:16

 50 Frederick Rawls      30 – 39      Waianae, HI         1:03:56  10:18

August 22, 2011 Posted by | Running on the Big Island | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Complete Mana 10K race results

Big Island RoadRunners
Mana 10’s – 10k Run
August 7, 2011
Mana Road, Waimea, 7:30am

Plc

Name

 

Time

(min/mi)

1

Lyndi Fielitz

F

44:54

7:13

2

John Simmerman

 

46:08

7:25

3

Frank Grotenhuis

 

48:00

7:53

4

Sam Seibel

 

49:21

7:56

5

Lynn Fielitz

 

49:43

7:59

6

Mark Noetzel

 

49:56

8:02

7

Ray Ibarra

 

50:40

8:09

8

David Littrell

 

52:36

8:28

9

Gaye Tatsuno

F

52:54

8:30

10

Erin Rietow

F

53:06

8:32

11

Linus Tavares

 

54:13

8:43

12

Lindsay Englund

F

55:08

8:52

13

Jenna Nakao

F

55:11

8:52

14

Alison Mansfield

F

55:36

8:56

15

Tiffany Lecong

F

56:29

9:05

16

Tim Orr

 

56:53

9:09

17

Fernando Lopez

 

56:59

9:10

18

Rolando Vasquez

 

56:59

9:10

19

Eli Waltz

 

58:01

9:20

20

Patrick Donovan

 

58:19

9:23

21

Jessica Johnson

F

58:38

9:26

22

Cassandra Hertz

F

59:02

9:29

23

David Hammes

 

1:01:21

9:52

24

Karen Littrell

F

1:01:54

9:57

25

Peter Wagner

 

1:03:32

10:13

26

Johnnelle Chun

F

1:04:32

10:23

27

Josen Ho

 

1:06:18

10:40

28

Amy Tatsuno

F

1:07:10

10:48

29

Manu Hanano

F

1:07:43

10:53

30

Harvey Nakasone

 

1:07:48

10:54

31

Morgen Bahurinsky

F

1:09:48

11:13

32

Bri Standing

F

1:10:30

11:20

33

Barbara Nash

F

1:11:49

11:33

34

Ryan Chun

 

1:13:25

11:48

35

Craig Stevens

 

1:13:57

11:53

36

Clint Zenigami

 

1:18:07

12:34

37

Melora Purell

F

1:19:32

12:47

38

Kelly Heaukulani

F

1:25:19

13:43

August 9, 2011 Posted by | Running on the Big Island | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment