Meet the businesses that support us.


BioAstin is 100% pure, natural Hawaiian Astaxanthin™, the world’s strongest natural antioxidant with benefits for joint health, skin health, eye and brain health and for athletes and active people. Nutrex Hawaii was founded in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii in 1990 by Dr Gerald Cysewski, a world-renowned expert in microalgae and carotenoids. Our mission is to utilize the benefits of microalgae to improve health and extend lives in the worldwide community. Carved out of land that was once a barren lava flow, Nutrex Hawaii is located on the pristine Kona coast on the Big Island of Hawaii. Our farm draws on the natural resources that surround us – abundant warm sunlight, pure deep ocean water and 100% fresh water drawn from Hawaiian aquifers.


Founded in 1958, the Road Runners Club of America is the oldest and largest distance running organization in the United States, with over 1500 running club and event members representing 200,000 individual runners active in their running communities. All races in the BioAstin Marathon Readiness Series are Road Runners Club of America Hawaii State Championship Races.


HMSA, an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, is a reliable name in Hawaii health care. Established in 1938, we are the largest and most experienced provider of health care coverage in the state. Over half of Hawaii’s population have chosen HMSA for their health care coverage. We are dedicated to providing quality, affordable health plans; employee benefit services; and worksite wellness programs. HMSA also offers a variety of programs, services and support to help improve the health and well being of our members and community.

HMSA cares about bringing a new health and well-being experience to Hawaii. Learn more about HMSA and our services.

Runner’s Hi

Runner’s Hi is a store dedicated to runners, walkers and multi-sport athletes. Specializing in shoe fitting and recommendations. We are also official team dealer’s for: Adidas, Nike, Brooks, New Balance, Saucony and Mizuno. Runner’s Hi opened in July 2003. It is the only running store in Hawaii that is locally owned and operated. Owner, Raymond Woo is and has been a runner for over 20 years. Ray realized the need for a running shop to service the needs of runners, walkers and multi-sport athletes that live in the central Oahu area. Ray has completed over 40 marathons including 20 consecutive Honolulu Marathons and several Ironman triathlons. Ray has been in the running shoe industry for over 15 years.

Hybrid Design

Hybrid Design is a passionate company specializing in fun promotional products for endurance sports events, team sports, marketing initiatives and much more.

Hybrid Design also supplies promotional products such as banners, interior wall and window graphics, press-walls, printed paper media and more to a large customer base; from high end retail stores to specialty sports retailers. We do in-house large format printing on over 50 medias, and offer dye sublimation printing on fabric.

BOCA Hawaii

BOCA Hawaii is committed to providing quality athletic services to individuals who wish to explore and excel in the world of triathlon. We promote healthy lifestyles that are a balance of fitness training, good nutrition and goal setting, and we always encourage our athletes to grow beyond their initial expectations. Through coaching, organizing events and providing quality triathlon products, BOCA Hawaii provides quality fitness experiences for island athletes. We truly enjoy presenting outdoor challenges to learn and grow from. It is all about the sheer challenge of being the best you can be, no matter what goal you seek to realize.

Running Room

Running Room Hawaii was established in March 1976 at 819 Kapahulu Avenue in Honolulu, Hawaii. Created as a place where runners could hang out and talk running while finding the right equipment. The specialty running shop was modelled after a popular local surf shop. Kapahulu Avenue was chosen for it’s location and proximity to the University of Hawaii and to Kapiolani Park, the centre of running in Honolulu, both then and now.

When the store first opened, it carried brands like Nike, Tiger, New Balance, and Adidas running shoes. At that time, the price of Nike’s best shoe, the Waffle Trainer, was $29.95. The store also sold private label Running Room shorts and singlets. Very little running apparel was available at that time. During the running boom of the late 1970’s and early 1980’s the Running Room became the premier specialty running store in the Pacific. In 1978 the Running Room moved to 559 Kapahulu Avenue, where it operated until the end of 1991. The Running Room then moved to a bigger location, 768 Kapahulu Avenue. In November 1996, the Running Room moved to its current location at 819 Kapahulu Ave. The Running Room today is still the place for runners and operated by runners who love to talk about running. In March 2014 the Hawaii Running Room became part of the family of Running Room USA Inc.


Founded in 1958, the Road Runners Club of America is the oldest and largest distance running organization in the United States with over 1500 running club and event members representing 200,000 individual runners active in their running communities. All races in the BioAstin Marathon Readiness Series are Road Runners Club of America Hawaii State Championship Races.


Gatorade helps athletes recover and rebuild. In early summer of 1965, a University of Florida assistant coach sat down with a team of university physicians and asked them to determine why so many of his players were being affected by heat and heat related illnesses. The researchers — Dr Robert Cade, Dr Dana Shires, Dr H. James Free and Dr Alejandro de Quesada — soon discovered two key factors that were causing the Gator players to ‘wilt’: the fluids and electrolytes the players lost through sweat were not being replaced, and the large amounts of carbohydrates the players’ bodies used for energy were not being replenished. The researchers then took their findings into the lab, and scientifically formulated a new, precisely balanced carbohydrate-electrolyte beverage that would adequately replace the key components lost by Gator players through sweating and exercises. They called their concoction ‘Gatorade’.

Yama’s Fish Market

Serving Hawaii since 1980, Yama’s Fish Market offers fresh and high quality fish for poke, poke bowls and sashimi. Located in the heart of Moiliili, on Young Street near the corner of Isenberg. Yama’s Fish Market is your one-stop for Hawaiian food like it’s meant to be. Fresh daily from our on-site kitchen, you can choose from assorted Poke, Lomi Salmon, Kalua Pig and our signature Lau Lau. We also have daily specials such as gandule rice with pastele, furikake crusted salmon, and roast pork with gravy . Our refreshing green salads are prepared with fresh ahi, chicken or somen. We also make specialty haupia desserts and kulolo from scratch. We do island-wide catering for your office and family functions. We are open six days a week, Wednesday – Monday, from 9am to 5pm. See you at Yama’s Fish Market, “Where Every Day is Aloha Friday”.


Mochi Foods

Mochi Foods Hawaii’s award-winning mix is used by renowned executive and pastry chefs throughout the US and around the world as a product that stands on its own or as the base for their own Mochi signature creations. It’s unique, chewy texture and flavorful taste is available in bread, donut, pancake, waffle, and bubble waffle mix. These products uphold the high standards of authenticity and quality the Mochi Foods Hawaii has become known for.

Jaco Rehab

Jaco Rehab provides a fully one-to-one physical therapy experience at any of their locations on Oahu, Hawaii:  Honolulu, Waikele, Mililani and Kapolei. Their mission is to empower their patients by providing individualized,  innovative, and intelligent care. Their one-to-one care focuses on manual therapy and exercise. Along with their physical therapy care, they also offer injury prevention programs, and performance services for runners, paddlers and other athletes. Contact them for more  info.