athlete André Ricardo

Ohana Kahi 255.0 Ultra Triathlon 2018

photo by Sandra Guedes

Ohana Kahi Triathlons

 

Over the years, as the UB515 consolidated its purpose and mission, athletes and organizers began to naturally discuss and mature the idea of ​​new events that had the same vision: that triathlon is a means and not an end in itself.

UB, as it is affectionately called by those who have had the experience of being at the event - whether as an athlete, staff or organizer -, transmits to everyone a feeling of belonging, of being part of something bigger than a sporting challenge. It may seem like a cliché, but everyone refers to UB as with the feelings of feeling at home and being part of a family.

Thus, it was in a natural way that athletes and organizers thought of taking to events with other distances and the same values ​​as aloha, ohana and kokua.

In the Hawaiian language the words "ohana" and "kahi" mean, respectively, "family" and "home". In this way, the Ohana Kahi Triathlons propose to be new "family places" and with the same love for triathlon and its basic values.

 

For more information click on the images below and access the Ohana Kahi website.

 

Good training and mahalo!

 

    

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Click below to hear the

Ohana Kahi soundtrack

"Hawaii 78"

Israel Kamakawiwo'ole

00:00 / 05:15

Assista abaixo ao vídeo da edição inaugural e de teste do Ohana Kahi 255.0 Ultra Triathlon  em 2018:

Ohana Kahi Triathlons

 

Over the years, as the UB515 consolidated its purpose and mission, athletes and organizers began to naturally discuss and mature the idea of ​​new events that had the same vision: that triathlon is a means and not an end in itself.

UB, as it is affectionately called by those who have had the experience of being at the event - whether as an athlete, staff or organizer -, transmits to everyone a feeling of belonging, of being part of something bigger than a sporting challenge. It may seem like a cliché, but everyone refers to UB as with the feelings of feeling at home and being part of a family.

Thus, it was in a natural way that athletes and organizers thought of taking to events with other distances and the same values ​​as aloha, ohana and kokua.

In the Hawaiian language the words "ohana" and "kahi" mean, respectively, "family" and "home". In this way, the Ohana Kahi Triathlons propose to be new "family places" and with the same love for triathlon and its basic values.

 

For more information click on the images below and access the Ohana Kahi website.

 

Good training and mahalo!