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Marathon discount ends tonight

Hawaii residents have until 11:59 tonight to register online at $45 for the 38th Honolulu Marathon.

The fee for local residents will jump to $95 after midnight. As of yesterday nearly 4,700 people had registered so far for the Dec. 12 race.

Go to to register.


Allnutt, Hagi top swimmers

Steve Allnutt, a University of Hawaii senior, was the top male finisher and Nicole Hagi, a senior at Siena (N.Y.) College, the first female at Saturday’s Raging Isle Sprint swimming race.

Allnutt led from start to finish, swimming the 1-mile open ocean event from Sunset Beach to Pipeline in 21 minutes, 47 seconds. Eric Nilsson from Massachusetts took second in 24:28 .

Hagi pulled away from Rachel Randall to finish in 26:17. Randall was timed in 26:28.

Some 660 swimmers competed in the first event of the 22nd Surf-n-Sea North Shore Swim Series. The next race is the Cholo’s Waimea Bay 1.2-mile Swim on July 10.

For information, Chris Gardner at 372-8885 or Chris Moore at 554-8959. Or, go to online.


Leilehua seeks basketball coach

Applications are still be accepted for the vacant boys varsity basketball head coaching position at Leilehua High School.

Send resumes to: 1515 California Ave., Wahiawa, 96786 by July 9. For information, call the Leilehua athletic department at 622-6568.


Tinman volunteers needed

Volunteers are being sought for various duties for the 30th Tinman Triathlon, scheduled for July 25 in Waikiki.

Help is needed for equipment pick-up, delivery and return course and transition area marshals; set-up and break-down. Community service hours will be certified by officials.

For information, call Joan Davis at 535-9070 or e-mail; or Olga Caldwell at online.


Amateur boxing card at Palolo

An amateur boxing event, featuring fighters from Oahu and Kauai, will be held 6 p.m. Saturday at Palolo District Park gym.

There will be between 11 and 16 bouts, which also will feature boxers from Kaneohe Marine Corps Base Hawaii. Admission is $12.


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