Results and photos from Sunday’s Lavaman Waikoloa Triathlon.
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Hawaii County Mayor Billy Kenoi earned the “Iron-Mayor” moniker after his legendary finish at the IRONMAN World Championship in October, crossing the finish line just before midnight and providing one of the top moments in the history of the event.
WAIKOLOA — Tim Marr has earned the reputation of being one of the hardest working people in triathlon, but even the savvy veteran knows one thing for certain.
WAIKOLOA — It wasn’t a baseball diamond, football field or even tennis course where the Waveriders and Wildcats were squaring off on Sunday.
WAIKOLOA — Bree Wee wore bib No. 1 at Lavaman Waikoloa on Sunday, and by the end of the day, her No. 1’s at the event added up to six.
WAIKOLOA — Keiki splished and splashed, then dipped and dashed around the Hilton Waikoloa Village lagoon at the Lavakids Aquathlon on Saturday afternoon.
It’s the middle of March, and a long way away from hanging holiday wreaths, wrapping stocking stuffers, and sipping on eggnog . But for twenty aspiring athletes waiting on the grassy fields of Kealakehe Intermediate School, it certainly felt like Christmas.
KAILUA-KONA — At the halfway mark of the BIIF water polo season, much remains as predicted before the season began.
A man was transported to North Hawaii Community Hospital in critical condition after suffering an apparent medical condition while competing in the Lavaman Waikoloa Triathlon on Sunday morning.
The Konawaena tennis teams have beaten nearly every opponent they have come up against in 2015. The Lady Wildcats improved to a perfect 10-0 with a win over Hilo Saturday afternoon, while the boys moved to 9-1. Both squads defeated their Viking foes, 4-1.
Kealakehe has been here before, but coach Josh Hansen saw signs Saturday that this year could be different.
CLEVELAND — Pushed to the brink, Kentucky’s still perfect and still playing.
LOS ANGELES — Frank Kaminsky and the Wisconsin Badgers hung on to make the Final Four again.
The UH-Hilo softball team’s run at the Tournament of Champions hit a roadblock when Central Washington started swinging its bats.
Lavaman Waikoloa has attracted athletes from around the globe to the Kohala Coast for nearly two decades, but what has race director Gerry Rott most excited for the 19th running of the event this Sunday is the abundance of local, talented youth athletes registered to take on the course.