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Swimming: Three state crowns for Big Isle

Hawaii 24/7 Staff Three state titles belong on the Big Island after the swimming and diving championships. In the girls 100-yard breaststroke, Kealaheke’s Cara Jernigan’s winning time was 1:05.09. In the girls 100-yard backstroke, Hawaii Preparatory Academy’s Anu Nihipali took the championship in a time of 58.64 Also, Kealakehe picked up the girls 200-yard freestyle […]

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The BIIF swimming and diving schedule including state championships.

BIIF Swimming & Diving Schedule for 2011-2012

The BIIF swimming and diving schedule including state championships.

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Man dies in Kapoho Bay while diving Sunday (Aug 7)

Man dies in Kapoho Bay while diving Sunday (Aug 7)

By Hawaii 24/7 Staff Fire/rescue crews answered a 5:13 a.m. alarm Sunday (Aug 7) for a missing diver in Kapoho Bay. A 26 year-old man was last seen about 150 yards in Kapoho Bay fronting the Champagne Pond. Firefighters, rescue personnel and the missing diver’s family located the man on the bottom of the ocean […]

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Big Island police have classified a suspected drowning in Ka'ū as a coroner's inquest.

At 12:11 p.m. Thursday (April 14), Ka'ū patrol officers responded to a reported drowning near the Rancho subdivision in Ocean View. Derek Hara, 46, of Pāhala had been diving in an area known as Hosaka Flats with two companions when his companions found him unresponsive.

Man dies while freediving at Hosaka Flats in Ka‘u

Big Island police have classified a suspected drowning in Ka’ū as a coroner’s inquest. At 12:11 p.m. Thursday (April 14), Ka’ū patrol officers responded to a reported drowning near the Rancho subdivision in Ocean View. Derek Hara, 46, of Pāhala had been diving in an area known as Hosaka Flats with two companions when his […]

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Scuba diver in Dec. 28 Kona death identified

MEDIA RELEASE A female visitor died while scuba diving off the Kailua Pier on December 28. On December 28 at about 2:30 p.m., police and fire department personnel responded to a call of a female scuba diver off the Kailua Pier who was receiving CPR. The woman was diving with other divers approximately 100 yards […]

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