Saturday, Sept. 5, was supposed to be the day.
The 2020 Ironman 70.3 Hawaii race has officially been canceled.
A trip around the Big Island is 300 miles — a mighty task for someone on roller skates, unless those 300 miles are virtual and don’t have to be completed in one trip.
All the way out at Webster University in Missouri, former Kealakehe soccer player Hunter Olaso is still making waves on the field.
The COVID-19 pandemic has once again pushed back the sports calendar, this time affecting almost all of the fall high school sports in the state.
After months of not being able to play recreational tennis due to the coronavirus pandemic, it’s now time for the residents of the Big Island to get back on the court.
For the first time in its history, the Ironman World Championship has been canceled.
While the first day of school in Hawaii is set for Aug. 4, high school athletes of fall sports will have to wait a few weeks longer to begin their season.
Many Hawaii Island soccer players have played with Kona Crush Soccer Academy through the years in order to step up their game and move on to the collegiate level.
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Editor’s note: Each Wednesday, West Hawaii Today is publishing a story about individuals, groups or organizations that have helped make life better for others in our community during the COVID-19 pandemic.