Day 6: Kekoa – Babbittville

Kekoa (the warrior) Ever think about what kinds of animals we admire the most? Put it this way: When was the last time you heard of a high school calling its football team the jackals, hyenas, cows, sheep or tuna? They call them eagles, sharks, tigers, lions, or falcons. Otherwise known as predators. Peace, love,…

2015 Breakfast with Bob from Kona: Championship Edition – Babbittville

The best part of the Breakfast with Bob week: Championship Edition on Sunday after the race! Here are the videos from our post-race show. Enjoy! Jeff Symonds: Andy Potts: Jan Frodeno: Timothy O’Donnell: Daniela Ryf: Heather Jackson: Rachel Joyce: Michelle Vesterby: Susie Cheetham: Tyler Butterfield: Andreas Raelert:     Sponsors Subscribe to Newsletter Subscribe to…

Day 5: Kokua – Babbittville

Kokua (assistance, cooperation, lending a hand) This is another of those Hawaiian words whose true meaning differs subtly from a single-word translation such as “help” or “crew.” Kokua carries an undertone of cooperation, of mutual assistance. A better translation would be “pitching in.” Which is why “kokua” is the only word to adequately describe 5,000…