The Executive Health & Sports Center will host the Hula Hustle in memory of Bill Kelley on Sunday, July 22, 2018 at 9:00 am. This is a Hawaiian themed 5K & 10K with all participants invited to join us at the post-race Luau at the poolside Tiki bar! The race benefits New Horizons for New Hampshire.
New This Year:
Run in a wacky Hawaiian-Themed getup and win a fabulous prize courtesy of Runner's Alley. Winners (male & female) announced at the Luau!
All finishers get a lei at the finish! The first 500 registrants receive a Hula Hustle tech shirt and a grass skirt! All 21+ registrations include a beer ticket redeemable for one beer on race day at poolside Tiki bar during the post-race Luau (ID will be checked when using the beer ticket.) All participants and their families are welcome to use the pool and other Executive facilities after the race.
New Horizons for New Hampshire is a soup kitchen, food pantry and provides emergency shelter at 199 Manchester Street and at Angie's Shelter for Women.
The race is held at the Executive Health & Sports Center - One Highlander Way, Manchester next to the airport.
Please Support Our Generous Sponsors
All participants and their families are invited to join us for the post race luau at the Executive’s poolside Tiki Bar. ID will be checked when using the beer ticket.
Start/Finish Location: Race start/finish is at the Executive Health and Sports Club in Manchester, NH.
Race Day Pick-Up: Available: 7:00am to 8:45am at race day headquarters at the Executive Health and Sports Center.
Race Day Parking: Free event parking on race day will be at the Highlander Way airport lot, conveniently located right next to the Executive.
Course: 5K & 10K are same course with 10K making 2 laps.
Post Race Luau: All participants and their families are invited to join us for the post race luau at the Executive’s poolside tiki bar.
Results: Displayed live at the finish and published online at ChronoTrack results, Coolrunning and New England Timing.
Awards: Top 3 overall men and women in 5k and 10k. Top 3 men and women in both 5k and 10k in the following age groups: -19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+
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