The Kona Marathon has seen a lot of changes with new courses and new owners in its more than two decades running, but its biggest change comes this year with its cancellation.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created a high demand for now-coveted disinfectant products. To help fill that demand on Hawaii Island, Kuleana Rum Works has shifted its focus from making rum to making hand sanitizer.
Officials for the Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament (HIBT) announced Friday that the tournament, one of the oldest big game sport fishing events in the world, will not take place this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and will return to the Big Island in 2021.
After an indefinite suspension of spring high school sports in Hawaii last month due to the coronavirus pandemic, the move to end the rest of the spring season was made official Friday.
In track and field meets and in practice during her high school career, Kealakehe’s Leann Hamilton has continued to push herself to new heights, winning medal after medal.
Fighter Scotty Hao training from home for his next move after a Bellator fight and a big win last month
Like the rest of the world, Scotty Hao has found himself without a gym and is training for his next fight, whenever that may be, from home. Unlike some of his opponents, that doesn’t exactly put Hao in a bad position.
Golfers on the Big Island now have a place to tee off.
Ironman 70.3 Hawaii has joined the long list of canceled or postponed sporting events on the Big Island.
Due to the threat of the coronavirus spreading on the island, the upcoming Lavaman Waikoloa Triathlon, an annual event that more than 1,000 local and visiting athletes compete in, was canceled Friday.
Following the many professional and collegiate sports leagues around the United States this week canceling or postponing games and events for the foreseeable future, it was inevitable that the Big Island Interscholastic Federation would follow suit.
It hasnt taken much time this season for the Konawaena Wildcats to rout their BIIF Division II baseball opponents.
Its a new season for the Konawaena Wildcats, and with the arrival of spring and softball also comes a new head coach and brand new players for the BIIF Division II squad.
Nothing can stop Nicole Cristobal from winning a gold medal.
Honokohau Harbor on Saturday was filled with more than 100 smiling keiki showing off their catches of the day after spending a morning out on the water fishing.
The Kona Krushers can lift weights with the best of the best in Hawaii.