A: Register online or download a paper application to mail to us. Mail-in deadline is October 31, 2017. Online registration is open until November 12, 2017. After November 12th, registration is only open at packet pickups and on race day.
$40 ($30 for keiki ages 12 & under and seniors ages 65 and over) postmarked by October 31, 2017
$50 ($40 for keiki ages 12 & under and seniors ages 65 and over) online and at packet pickup, November 1 – 12, 2017
$60 ($50 for keiki ages 12 & under and seniors ages 65 and over) on race day
$5 discount for active duty military through November 18, 2017
$10 discount through October 31, 2017 for Hui Nalu Canoe Club Members
Yes, there is a $10 discount off the $40 regular adult entry and off of the keiki ages 12 & under and seniors ages 65+ $30 entry. The discount is good until October 31, 2017. After that date, regular entry fees apply. Discount does not apply to the Roy’s Kula 100 Package entry fee or the military entry fee. A one time use discount code will be given to you when your club dues are paid in full. You must have this code to sign up online. No refunds will be given if you sign up at full price.
A: Proceeds go to Hui Nalu Canoe Club, a 501(c)3 organization. Hui Nalu provides paddling programs for children and adults of all athletic abilities. In addition, Hui Nalu supports the mission of Ka Iwi Coalition/Livable Hawaii Kai Hui in protecting the Ka Iwi Coast. Go to http:www.kaiwicoastrun.org/beneficiaries/ for details.
A: Yes, race day registration will be available at Sandy Beach Park (where the shuttles drop off). Cost is $60 for adults, $50 for keiki 12 years and under and seniors 65 years and over. T-shirt and goodie bag are not guaranteed; subject to availability, they will be distributed at the Hui Nalu Canoe Club Halau after the race.
A: All donations are greatly appreciated! Donations can be made through the club’s website. Please visit www.huinalucanoeclub.com and click on the “donate” button. A tax receipt letter is sent to donors who contribute $50 or more.
A: No, sorry. Your race entry is non-refundable and non-transferrable and is a valued contribution to the Hui Nalu Canoe Club.
A: No group discounts are offered this year.
A: Mahalo! Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our organizing committee members will contact you.
A: Packet pickups are the week leading up to the race. Visit here for a full list of all packet pickup locations and times. Note: You can also late register at these locations!
– And ONLY if you sign up for the KULA 100 – Saturday, November 18, 2017, 1-3 p.m. at Roy’s Hawaii Kai. Find out more!
A: NO. We do not mail out any packets, race bibs, or shirts.
A: Yes. If you are unable to attend the pickup hours, a friend or family member is allowed to pick up and sign for your packet. RACE MORNING packet pickup is at Sandy Beach Park (where the shuttles drop off). All left over t-shirts and goodie bags will be distributed at the Hui Nalu Canoe Club Halau after the race.
A: We can process shirt exchanges (subject to size availability) at the Hui Nalu Canoe Club Halau on race day after 8:30 a.m. and based on size availability.
A: Yes, strollers are allowed on the race course. Don’t forget that you must travel over the pedestrian overpass.
A: We love our pets! Sadly, pets may not participate because our permit specifically excludes them. However, service animals may accompany their owners.
A: Our permit specifically excludes all wheeled vehicles with the exception of wheelchairs.
A: The use of personal music devices is strongly discouraged. To enjoy all that our race has to offer and for the safety of all participants, we encourage a headphone-free environment. You won’t want to miss any of the beauty (sights and sounds) along the Ka Iwi coastline!
A: Parking is limited, so please try to car pool. Parking is available at Hawaii Kai Towne Center’s Executive Plaza, near Costco, at the Hawaii Kai Park and Ride and Maunalua Bay. Volunteers will be on hand to direct you. Please DO NOT park on the Burger King & City Mill side of HKTC or in boat parking at Maunalua Bay. See the parking map here.
A: Yes, free shuttles to the start are provided for registered participants from 5:00 a.m. until 6:00 a.m. Shuttles depart from the Hawaii Kai Park and Ride. There is one post-race shuttle from the finish line back to the start after the awards ceremony, approximately 8:45 a.m.
A: Staging will be on the grassy area at Sandy Beach Park. Once the road is cleared of traffic we will stage on the road. Please stay off the road until instructed that it is safe to enter the road. There will be an oli and blessing at 6:40 a.m. and the race starts at 6:45 a.m.
A: For safety, you should stage yourself by how fast you run or walk. Fast runners at the front, joggers in the middle and walkers near the back.
A: The race is still held! If you wear a garbage bag or extra clothing for protection, please remember that dropped items may end up in the ocean. Any unwanted items should be discarded in the trash cans at the start line or at the aid station.
A: The course has been measured by a Garmin GPS.
A: There will be one aid station on the course. Water and medical help will be available at the race course aid station. The aid station is located approximately 2.3 miles into the course.
A: Kalanianaole Hwy from Sandy Beach Park until the entrance to Hanauma Bay will be closed just for the runners and walkers. The saddle road (Hawaii Kai Drive by Kamiloiki Elementary School) will be open to keep traffic moving from Waimanalo to Hawaii Kai and back. Traffic to the entrance of Hanauma Bay will be contraflowed from the intersection of Kalanianaole Hwy and Lunalilo Home Road. Runners/walkers will have the mauka side of the road until they reach the entrance to the pedestrian overpass. From Lunalilo to Maunalua Bay one makai lane of Kalanianaole Hwy will be closed for runners/walkers. Portlock will be accessible by Nawiliwili Street only.
A: All participants will be diverted to the pedestrian overpass. There are no exceptions.
A: There will be water and light refreshments at the finish line.
A: No food vendors will be allowed. Local non-profits will be on hand to discuss their roles in preserving the coast. Water and fruit will be provided after the race, but we encourage participants to visit the community eateries to support their business.
A: Yes. Awards will be presented in front of the Hui Nalu Canoe Club Halau following the event. See http://www.kaiwicoastrun.org/prizes-awards/ for the awards divisions.