Entrant List / Wait List:
To date there has been no movement on the wait list. Typically we start to see accepted runners withdraw from the event starting in October. For those accepted runners in the event be advised that you have until 11/15/13 to withdraw to receive the $100.00 refund if a wait listed runner accepts the slot. After 11/15/13 there will be no refund (except for dinner tickets prior to 1/1/14). For those currently on the wait list once an invitation to register for the event is sent you will have 3 days to complete the registration process with payment, otherwise the invitation will be revoked and passed on to the next wait listed runner. No wait listed runners will be added after 12/31/13.
If for any reason you would like to drop from the event and / or wait list please email Jeff Huff at firstname.lastname@example.org at your earliest convenience.
Aihualama Trail Update:
We're in continual conversations with the DLNR regarding the Aihualama trail closure. As most of you know the closed trail impacts ingress and egress into Manoa and subsequently the Paradise Park aid station. All parties remain very optimistic that the repairs to the Aihualama Trail will be completed in time. However, we're also currently exploring alternatives trails and route designs that will provide an equally challenging 100 mile course on most of the currently used trails. We will keep you apprised of any additional information as we move forward.
For those who have not purchased banquet tickets for the Monday evening gala, there is a link on the HURT 100 page on Ultrasignup to do so. Tickets are nearly sold out, so you don’t want to delay.
Best of luck with the training.
HURT 100 Related
Entrant List / Wait List:
The 2013 HURT lottery will be on 8/4/2013 starting at 2 pm (HST).
Recall, that we will draw between 125-130 in the lottery. Over 280 people registered for the event, some of who had quite a few kukui nuts while others had just a couple. However, the beauty of the lottery regardless of "how many nuts one has" is that it still remains random. Who knows what a computer will do in the selection. Have faith, you all have hope.
If you would like to follow the action simply click on the Lottery Link , you can view and refresh your browser as the names are pulled.
For those in Honolulu we will be having a lottery party, details below:
Place: Huff residence,1639 Ala Makani Place, Honolulu, HI. (Moanalua Valley)
Date & Time: Party starts at 1 pm (HST), lottery starts promptly at 2 pm (HST) on 8/4/2013.
What to bring: The HURT is providing burgers, hot dogs, and beans. We also will have water, soda, juice and beer. Larry will have the grill fired up and the first batch of dogs / burgers ready at 1 pm. If you like, please bring 1 small side dish, some fuit or anything you desire to share (potluck style). Please don't bring too much as we always have too much food. You also need to bring a good attitude. This should be fun. Having said that some may go home sad since it is a lottery and you might not get selected. Family members welcome.
If you are allergic to dogs, please know we have two small hounds running about the house / property throughout the day. They both have a keen knowledge of the who the real runners are. Affectionate displays or willingness of the dogs to approach you might mean the dogs know something that we at the HURT 100 don't know (Fish will likely have some dog bones). If they run off the property I will be asking all those in attendance to head up the hill with me to look for them. We will reward an extra nut for next year's lottery if this were to happen.
Registration for the 2014 H.U.R.T. 100 is now closed. We had @ 280 registrants for the event.
The selection lottery will occur on 8/4/13. A link to follow the lottery live will be provided at a later date.
We are looking forward to seeing you in January.
The folks at the H.U.R.T. 100
Carl Gammon has once again created a short video for you. In this video he attempts to debunk the kukui nut code.
The H.U.R.T. 100 race management has been in discussions with the State of Hawaii DLNR regarding the current closure of Aihualama Trail on the Honolulu Mauka Trail System. The DLNR has been apprised of the upcoming race registration for the H.U.R.T. 100, and through our dialogue and ongoing communications with the DLNR it is the belief that the trail will be ready for the event in January.
Race management strongly encourages runners and hikers alike to observe the trail closure, until the necessary repairs can be made and the trail opened.
We are pleased to announce that registration for the lottery for the 2014 H.U.R.T. 100, to be contested on 1/18/14 through 1/19/14, will open on 7/22/13 and conclude on 7/29/13.
Registration for the event will once again be provided by Ultrasignup.
The race lottery selection will occur on 8/4/13 at the Huff house in Moanalua Valley, details of the party will follow at a later date.
On behalf of the H.U.R.T. 100 thank you for considering the event.
Many of us beleive the best part of the HURT 100 is watching the finishers come in between 4:00 and 6:00 p.m. Sunday. For many, this is the most emotional part of the race as runners are up against the 36 hour time limit. Once runners leave the last aid station (Nuuanu/Jackass Ginger), it can take 2-3 hours to get back to the finish line. Everyone is pulling for the runners to make it before the cutoff.
This year photographer Augusto Decastro captured some of this on video and this was shared at the post-race dinner on Monday night. Here it is again for you to enjoy. Thank you Augusto for capturing this.
Another incredible HURT 100 is over. We have a new course record set by the previous course record holder, Gary Robbins. Gary's time of 19:35 is incredible. When I got involved with HURT 10 years ago no one had ever run under 24 hours on the course. Competition brings out the best in us and Jason Loutitt, winner of the last two HURT 100's bested his own previous winning time by about 50 minutes finishing 2nd. Third place went to two-time HURT runner Nickademus Hollon. Watch out ultra world as Nick is just 22 years old and he improved his HURT time by about 3 hours.
Hannah Roberts was the women's winner and set a course PR for herself by 3 hours of 25:41. Hannah is a two-time winner taking the win in 2011 as well. Hannah had a pretty incredible 2012 winning the Zion 100 miler, running Badwater in 34:26 and tying for the win at Cascade Crest. She currently does all of this as a Navy Officer.
Second and third place women were first timers to HURT. Second place Melanie Bos ran a 26:50 after taking a wrong turn at one point on the course. Melanie is from Kelowna, BC., a town near and dear to Barbi and me as Barbi's parents lived in Vernon. Third place woman was Candice Burt running 28:35. Candice rolled her ankle early in the race yet was able to perservere and get it done.
The HURT 100 is not just about the winners and top three finishers. Some people think the best part of HURT is watching the finishers who come in between 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. on Sunday. That is the last two-hours and often times the most emotional. This year was no different. We had first time finishers and several who had attempted HURT multiple times get their first finish. Congratulations to all the runners!
HURT would not happen without all the volunteers. We estimated 300 volunteers made it all happen this year. Volunteers helped at all three aid stations, out on the course and before and after the race. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!
We also want to thank the HURT 100 Supporters. Gu Energy Labs support HURT by supplying Gu for runners throughout the race. Hoka One One donated some prizes for the post race dinner and was out supporting during the race. Runners HI and owner Ray Woo support the HURT 100 and HURT throughout the year. Check out his store in Aiea. Succeed supports HURT with S-Caps and sports drink. Other supporters include Great Harvest Bread Company-Kailua, ZombieRunner, Menehune Water Company, Honolulu Disposal Service, Ultimate Direction and Waikiki Hot Yoga. We appreciate all your support.
I am probably missing something or someone here. Jeff, John, and PJ put in an incredible amount of work all year long to make the race happen. Stan Jensen also contributes a lot of time and effort to making HURT a success. Thank you for all you do.
Justin Lottig was at the race start on Saturday morning and also out in Nuuanu getting some great photos of runners. Later in the evening, he was also a pacer. Thanks for sharing these Justin! He says if any of you want full size images to let him know and he will get them to you.
The race has been going great today. We've had an awesome day and runners are now out in the dark.
Rob Lahoe took some great photos today on the course.
Click here to see them.