Molokai Holokai Ho'olaulea
We are back for 2020, with the Molokai Holokai Ho'olaule'a. The Molokai Holokai Ho'olaule'a is a combination of two great events, the Maui to Molokai Challenge which started in 2003 and the Molokai Holokai that began in 2010. With two great events combined and an immersion of community involvement with awareness of our environment and healthy lifestyles, we bring you the Molokai Holokai Ho’olaule’a!
"The Molokai Holokai will embody our inherent Hawaiian cultural values - taking care of the land and sea, giving back to community, honoring host culture/language, respecting others"
Dates for the Molokai Holokai Weekend
Friday 3rd July 2020 Maui Jim's MAUI 2 MOLOKAI CHALLENGE
Kaunakakai Harbor clean up and welcome in the paddlers 9-noon - Come sign up at the harbor at the ferry area and we have hats for the kids!
Noon on - paddlers arrive
Saturday 4th July 2020 MOLOKAI HOLOKAI KAMALO RUN - 10 miles - 5 miles -3/4 mile -Check in at Kamalo at 11:00-noon pm
Race starts 12:30 for SUP and 1:00 pm for Foil and OC
5 Mile course starts at 1:15pm
All kids to check in at Molokai Community Health Center at 1:30pm
KEIKI AND MAKUA RACE WILL START AT 2:45pm - Mowat Homestead to Molokai Community Health Center 3/4 mile
- ALL KEIKI NEED TO CHECK IN AT THE HEALTH CENTER TO GET THEIR RACE NUMBER!
We are looking for volunteers and if you can volunteer on FRIDAY please sign up here and SATURDAY AND SUNDAY please sign up here.
Sunday is our cleanup day at the health center and we would so appreciate a clean up crew.
REGISTRATION WILL BE LIVE WITH THE MAUI JIM MAJORS OCEAN RACING SERIES IN DECEMBER.
REGISTER NOW FOR DAY 1 OF THE MOLOKAI HOLOKAI HO'OLAULE'A - MAUI TO MOLOKAI CHALLENGE - 27 MILES OF RACING FROM MAUI TO MOLOKAI
REGISTER NOW FOR DAY 2 OF THE MOLOKAI HOLOKAI HO'OLAULE'A - MOLOKAI HOLOKAI KAMALO RUN 1-10 MILES OF RACING ALONG THE LONGEST FRINGING REEF IN THE US
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The Maui 2 Molokai Challenge will be celebrating its 18th year since Youth in Motion started this event back in 2003 with windsurfing and is the 2nd oldest Pailolo channel crossing event next to the sailing canoes.
Call Clare Seeger Mawae for more information 1-808-336-0946 or email@example.com