Biathlon for ocean safety and coastline sustainability
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Biathlon for ocean safety and coastline sustainability

November 19, 2019

Competitive athletes can participate in the first-ever Turtle Bay Biathlon. Joining us this morning with more — Event Director Adam Luchs. Good morning. What will the Biathlon entail? o Master’s long course, with a 1,200-meter ocean swim and 5K trail run, o The Shaolin short course at 1,000-meters + 5k trail run. o You can sign up as a single-entry racer or as a relay team and meet your partner at the finish line. What happens at the finish line? o At the finish line following the biathlon, will be a free after party & awards ceremony with great live music. o The fresh & local food vendors – Ke Nui Kitchen, Hawaiian Fresh Farms, Gerald’s Smoked Meats o The Kona Brewing Co. Beer Garden o Ron Artis Family Band is playing What is the cost of the Biathlon? o Single-entry races: $90 through Aug. 22; $110 day-of race o Team-entry relay partners: $150 through July 23; $170 through Aug. 22; $200 day-of race. What does the biathlon benefit? o Proceeds benefit Hawaii’s Lifeguard & Water Safety Fund o It raises public awareness about ocean safety and coastline sustainability. When and where is the Biathlon? o 8:30 a.m. Saturday, August 23rd, 2014 Racer check-in & transition area set up at Turtle Bay Resort 57-091 Kamehameha Hwy., Kahuku o 10 a.m. Race starts How can viewers get more information about the Turtle Bay Biathlon? o To register and get more information, please visit TurtleBayBiathlo anystream: Turtle Bay Runner 1,2, 3, 4

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