Sports Rec Center By Cindy Luis Oct. 4, 2013 Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! Read more Mahalo for reading the Honolulu Star-Advertiser! You're reading a premium story. Read the full story with our Print & Digital Subscription. Subscribe Now Read this story for free: Watch an ad or complete a survey Log In Already a subscriber? Log in now to continue reading this story. Activate Digital Account Print subscriber but without online access? Activate your Digital Account now. Boxing title for Olszewski Eileen Miyoko Olszewski, a Kaimuki High graduate, won the IFBA flyweight title last weekend in Queens, N.Y., the third world title for the boxer known as the "Hawaiian Mongoose." The former Palolo Valley resident, who now lives in New York, won by TKO over Patty Alcivar in the eighth round of a scheduled 10-round main event, the last of a 10-bout card and the only female fight of the night. It was a rematch between the 111-pound fighters, who met in March for the New York state female flyweight crown. Alcivar won that by unanimous decision in eight rounds. » womenboxing.com 3 boxers advance at PAL nationals Three boxers from Hawaii won their semifinal bouts to advance to today’s finals at the National PAL Tournament in Oxnard, Calif. Moving on to fight in their respective age and weight classes are: Pearlside Boxing’s Charles Naone (15-16, 145 pounds) and Zachary Jones (15-16, 176); and Kawano Boxing’s Vincent Siordia (13-14, 80). Losing her quarterfinal bout Wednesday was Pearlside’s Carissa Morton (elite female, 119). » oxnardpalboxing.com. Harlequins hosting rugby tournament The defending state champion Hawaii Harelquins Rugby Football Club will host four international sides, including Randwick from Australia, during next week’s tournament at Kapiolani Park. Play is scheduled for Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday in men’s competitive and social divisions and women’s 7s. Matches begin at 2 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, and at noon Saturday. Also in the field are teams from New Zealand and Canada, as well as others from Hawaii and Australia. » hawaiiharlequins.org. Marathon fees increase Saturday Entry fees for the Dec. 8 Honolulu Marathon will rise on Saturday. The current costs to enter the 26.2-mile event are $165 for U.S. and Canadian residents and $230 for all others. From Saturday through Nov. 8, the fees increase to $190 and $260 with an additional $30 increase for both categories from Nov. 9 through Dec. 7. The entry fee for the 10K companion event on Dec. 8 is $60 through Nov. 8. It increases to $70 beginning Nov. 9. Online registration closes at midnight Nov. 25. In-person registration will be accepted at the Honolulu Marathon Expo Dec. 4-7 at the Hawaii Convention Center. » honolulumarathon.org Komen race benefit Saturday "The Voice" contestant Duncan Kamakana and Manoa DNA are among the entertainment for Saturday’s Susan G. Komen Hawaii Race for the Cure fundraiser at Ward Warehouse. The "I Am the Cure: An Event to Educate, Education & Inspire" runs from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. with exhibits geared toward breast cancer awareness. Registration for the 19th Komen Hawaii Race for the Cure on Oct. 20 at Kapiolani Park also will be available. The honorary co-chairs of the race are sportscaster Jim Leahey, a cancer survivor, and wife Toni, who is undergoing treatment for breast cancer. » komenhawaii.org Cricket club open house Sunday The Honolulu Cricket Club, the oldest known organized sports club in Hawaii, is holding an open house Sunday at the Kapiolani Park pitch near the Waikiki Shell. The free event runs from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. and will include a social inter-club match. No experience is necessary and equipment will be provided. » honolulucricketclub.org. New senior cycling program starts The Hawaii Bicycling League begins its new Senior Cycling Program, geared for ages 55 and older, this Monday and Tuesday at Ala Moana Beach Park. The free workshops run from 9-11 a.m. with recumbent tricycles provided. No experience is needed. Space is limited. For information, call 735-5756 or email firstname.lastname@example.org » hbl.org/seniors WHAT’S HAPPENING SATURDAY FISHING Kaneohe Bay Papio Tournament: Through Hui Wa‘a Kaukahi Kayak Club, 5 a.m.-2 p.m., Kualoa Regional Park. huiwaa.org. HIKING Hawaiian Trail & Mountain Club: Kaunala, 6 miles. Meet: 8 a.m., Iolani Palace. htmclub.org. LAWN BOWLING Honolulu Lawn Bowls Club: 10 a.m., HLBC clubhouse, Ala Moana Beach Park. honolululawnbowls.com. PADDLING Paddle for Life: 7 a.m., Lahaina, Maui to Manele Bay, Lanai. Fundraiser for Pacific Cancer Foundation. PIGEON RACING FYB United Challenge: 8 a.m. release, Pahala, Hawaii Island, to Oahu. fschawaii.webs.com. RUNNING Wiki Wiki Fun Cane Runs: 5K & 10K, 7:30 a.m., Lahaina. email@example.com. TENNIS Hawaii Masters Series: Fall Event, Diamond Head Tennis Courts. hawaiitennis.org. SUNDAY CRICKET Honolulu Cricket Club: Open house, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Kapiolani Park. honolulucricketclub.org. FISHING Kaneohe Bay Papio Tournament: Through Hui Wa‘a Kaukahi Kayak Club, 5 a.m.-2 p.m., Kualoa Regional Park. huiwaa.org. PADDLING Paddle for Life: 7 a.m., Manele Bay, Lanai, to Lahaina, Maui. Fundraiser for Pacific Cancer Foundation. POLO Hawaii Polo Club: Gates open, 11:30 a.m., matches, 2 p.m., Mokuleia Polo Grounds. hawaii-polo.org Honolulu Polo Club: Gates open, 1 p.m.; matches, 3 p.m. Honolulu Polo Grounds, Waimanalo. honolulupolo.com. RUNNING AutoSource 25K: 5:30 a.m., Kailua Beach. 808racehawaii.com. Honolulu Marathon Clinic: 7:30 a.m., Kapiolani Park, across from Paki Hale. Free. honolulumarathonclinic.org. TENNIS Hawaii Masters Series: Fall Event, Diamond Head Tennis Courts. hawaiitennis.org. SIGN ME UP INLINE HOCKEY Kapolei Inline Hockey Arenas: Free ‘learn to play’ sessions with Team USA member Jami Yoder, 7:30-9:15 a.m., Saturdays through Dec. 14 (no clinic Oct. 19), 1057 Opakapaka St., Kapolei. Gear provided. kihawaii.com. RUNNING Run, Rock & Wine Half-Marathon: 5:30 a.m., Oct. 12, Kapiolani Park. victoryruns.com. Previous Story High school football scoreboard Next Story Yankees star sues MLB and commissioner, citing 'witch hunt'