Electrolytes, Volunteers and Periscope

For the HURT100 participants, we WILL NOT be able to dispense any electrolyte pills, so please bring your own. Also please bring your own pain and upset stomach medications. Gatorade will be the sports drink at the aid stations this year.

Nuuanu Aid Station is still open for volunteers!
Nature Center is in need of a conch shell blower and someone to carry out our recyclables Sunday at 6:30pm, at the end of the race.
Click on the Volunteer link to sign-up!

Are you spectating, volunteering, and/or crewing for the HURT100 and plan to use Periscope to take live videos? If you are interested to share your videos to HURT100 fans, click the Live Video Feed link.

New Subscribers Email Provider

In an effort to further improve HURT 100's website, we are moving the subscribers email provider from Feedblitz to MailChimp. If you are a subscriber, you should receive two copies of this notice, one from Feedblitz and one from HURT100 (MailChimp). If you do not see a copy from HURT100 in your inbox, please check your spam/junk folder and update your email settings accordingly.

This is the last email you will receive from us via Feedblitz. Future email updates from HURT100 will be delivered by MailChimp. Please let us know what you think of this change by leaving a comment below. And if you have any questions, contact us.


New Subscription Service: FeedBlitz

I have been busy with many other projects however one frustration has been solved. Bloglet subscription service has been very unpredictable and unstable. Customer service or support was non-existent so I am happy to announce a replacement service, FeedBlitz.

I became aware of FeedBlitz through Denise Wakeman (Build a Better Blog) and appreciate her locating this alternative service. I first contacted FeedBlitz a couple of weeks ago via e-mail on a Saturday and had a response back within a couple of hours. Very good service indeed, considering it was from FeedBlitz founder, Phil Hollows. Importing existing subscribers is easy and you should start receiving updates via FeedBlitz now. Let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

Google Earth

My soon-to-be fifteen year-old son has introduced me to something pretty cool.

It is called Google Earth. It is something you download and then you can see 3D and topo maps of practically anywhere in the world.

I know this has limited relationship to trail or ultra running, however it is a very cool way to check out your favorite destinations.