It is with regret that due to the significant uptick in Covid cases on Kaua’i, Pu’uwai Canoe Club will have to postpone our annual Resolution Run Kauai 5K. We are committed to safely and responsibly holding this event but will be postponing until it is safe for our island ohana. Stay tuned!
Resolution Run 2022
Launch Your New Year’s Resolution With Kauai’s First 5K of 2022!
Saturday January 8th, 2022
6am – 12pm
The Resolution Run loops along the scenic pathway of the Hokuala Resort in Lihue
$30 per person
Prizes and random drawing included with each registration
Register by (date) to receive a free t-shirt
Anyone who wants to run or walk, including leashed dogs
About the Resolution Run
Pu‘uwai outrigger canoe club was founded in 1992 and is located at the mouth of the Wailua River. We strive to teach paddling skills, perpetuate the cultural significance of canoe paddling, and preserve the traditions of the past. We are committed to enhancing the well-being of our members atnd our community.
Our adult program offers a novice program that welcomes first-time paddlers. Our summer “Na Opio” program is one of the largest on Kauai, offering over 130 youth ages 9-18 daily practices and weekly regattas. We support a “Pink Paddlers” program in which we help cancer survivors train for an inter-island race. We also support the Kapaa High School’s paddling team and it’s ROTC Swim, Run, Paddle program.
By participating in this race, you are helping us keep our club accessible and affordable for families on Kauai. Each year, club volunteers donate thousands of hours to coaching and mentoring our paddlers. Our largest financial challenge is to maintain, repair, and replace aging or damaged equipment. Canoes cost $10-20,000 or more. Paddles for youth and novice adults, canvas canoe covers, and ama (outriggers) add up to thousands more.
All proceeds from this race will go towards equipment that supports our adult and youth programs and helps us fulfill our mission of encouraging athletic endeavors based on Hawaiian traditions of Aloha, Hō’ihi (respect), and Ikaika Kākāuha (Athletic Strength).
According to Kauai Country regulations as per the Mayor’s Emergency Proclamation #28, all participants must provide either proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result in order to participate in the event. Proof of vaccination means the participant must provide documentation that they have received all doses required for full vaccination of their respective vaccine type, and have cleared 14 days from their last dose.
If unvaccinated, the participant may provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 24 hours before the start of the event. COVID-19 tests for this purpose may be either antigen or molecular (PCR) tests, but not antibody tests.
People under the age of 5 attending the event with a participant who provides proof of vaccination or negative test results are not required to provide proof of vaccination or negative test results. All other participants are required to provide proof of vaccination or negative test results.
Mahalo to our sponsors!