JAN. 5-Ryan Woods wins the Hyundai Hope on Wheels 5K in Kaanapali in 16 minutes, 44 seconds.
JAN. 8-Dustin Johnson wins the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, finishing with a 54-hole total of 16-under-par 203 after closing with a 69 at the Kapalua Plantation Course. The win is Johnson's third straight in a three-round event - the start of the tournament was delayed three days by inclement weather, resulting in the PGA Tour's first Tuesday finish since 2006. Defending champion Steve Stricker (69) finishes second at 12 under.
Dustin Johnson hits a shot off the Kapalua Plantation Course’s third tee hole during the Hyundai Tournament of Champions in January — he won the event, shortened to 54 holes due to inclement weather, by four shots.
The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photo
Dusty Payne rides a wave en route to his win in March’s Drug Aware Margaret River Pro in Australia.
Association of Surfing Professionals Steve Robertson photo
B. Jaramillo, C. Jaramillo, Mataafa
Lauren Spalding heads to her eighth Steinlager Kaiwi Channel OC-1 World Championship women’s title in April — she also teamed with Dane Ward for a victory in the women’s OC-1 division of the Maui Canoe and Kayak Club’s Maui to Molokai race.
KENYON SMITH photo
JAN. 11-Seabury Hall's Dakota Grossman is named the Gatorade Hawaii 2012-13 Girls Cross Country Runner of the Year, winning the award for a third consecutive time after claiming a third straight state championship as a junior 2 1/2 months earlier.
JAN. 13-Nalu Wallace claims the men's pro-am title in the Hookipa Surf Classic in Memory of Justin Roberson, and Kulia Doherty wins the open women's division. The other champions are Chaz Kinoshita (15-17 boys), Ben Bland (senior men), Cody Young (15 and under boys), Summer Macedo (15 and under girls), Eli Hanneman (8-10) and Eric Roberson (7 and under).
JAN. 15-Sale Sproat of Molokai is announced as one of 28 participants for "The Ultimate Fighter," a mixed martial arts reality show conducted by the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
JAN. 17-St. Anthony High School graduate Shane Victorino, an outfielder for the Boston Red Sox, is named to the provisional U.S. roster for the World Baseball Classic.
JAN. 20-Evan Fox of Kula wins the Maui Oceanfront Marathon in his debut at the distance, covering the course from Wailea to Lahaina in 2 hours, 52 minutes, 47 seconds. Jill Steele from Washington state is the top female finisher, with a time of 3:27:07. Granger Larsen wins the open men's title in the Honolua Legends of the Bay surf competition, and Lani Doherty is the open women's champion. Matt Kinoshita takes the legends crown, and the other winners are Kona Wolfson (open longboard), Kahekili Labatte (open bodyboard), Imai Devault (boys under 16), Aloha Lopez (girls under 14), Rodrigo Banderra (boys under 14) and Eli Hanneman (boys under 12).
JAN. 25-Lahainaluna wins a ninth consecutive Maui Interscholastic League girls basketball championship and completes a sixth straight unbeaten MIL season by defeating Maui High 57-37 at the Sabers' gym in the league tournament final. The Lunas' 87th straight MIL win extends their all-sport record.
JAN. 26-The Seabury Hall girls and Kamehameha Maui boys crews each take first place in the fifth and final regatta of the MIL schedule at Kahului Harbor, completing undefeated regular seasons. Sam Cyr, a King Kekaulike graduate, earns a card on the Asian Tour after finishing in a tie for 11th in the final stage of the qualifying tournament at Springfield Royal Country Club in Hua Hin, Thailand.
JAN 27-Go Soeda defeats Mischa Zverev 7-5, 7-5 in the title match of the $50,000 USTA Pro Circuit Maui Challenger. In the doubles final, Hsin-Han Lee and Hsien-Yin Peng beat Rhyne Williams and Tennys Sandgren 6-7, 6-2, 10-5.
FEB. 1-Seabury Hall becomes the first school from outside the Interscholastic League of Honolulu to win a girls state canoe paddling title, taking first place at Keehi Lagoon with a time of 4 minutes, 24.37 seconds in the final. The team comprises Kamaile Lee, Bela Hamilton, Lexi Smith, Mikaela McDaniel, Hiilei Aiwohi-Kolt, Kaile Aina Sutherland and Kaulu Luuwai, with alternates Joy Balinbin, Mapuana Andrade and Ashley Quenga.
FEB. 3-Kanekoa Texeira of Kula signs a minor league contract with the Cincinnati Reds, rejoining the franchise he was with as a minor leaguer in 2012.
FEB. 8-The King Kekaulike boys basketball team completes an undefeated Maui Interscholastic League season, finishing 14-0 with a 58-46 win over Baldwin at the Lahaina Civic Center in the Division I tournament final. Kyle Sanches is named the football coach at King Kekaulike after serving as Na Alii's defensive coordinator the previous season.
FEB. 9-The Maui Owie Rollers roller-derby team makes its debut, losing 189-118 to the Big island's Waimea Wranglers at the Kalama Park Rink.
FEB. 16-Renny Richmond of Seabury Hall claims a fourth state title in the 100-yard butterfly at Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic Complex in Honolulu, giving him six individual championships altogether to match the record for MIL boys swimmers already shared by Baldwin's Cheyne Bloch and Lahainaluna's Jake Pope.
FEB. 23-The Lahainaluna wrestling teams extend their streak of MIL championships by taking the titles at the Maui High gym. The Lunas' boys crown is their eighth in a row, and the girls team takes its fourth consecutive title.
MARCH 2-Three wrestlers from Lahainaluna High School complete undefeated runs to state championships by winning title matches at Blaisdell Arena. Bubba Jaramillo wins the boys 140 title to finish a 38-0 season, Carly Jaramillo is the girls 135 champion, capping a 23-0 campaign, and Lalelei Mataafa takes the girls 220 crown, finishing 14-0.
MARCH 3-Lahaina defeats Wailuku 34-20 in the Menehune Basketball League girls championship game at War Memorial Gym. In the boys final, Wailuku defeated Kihei 43-38. The Warrior Elite All-Stars of Maui take first place in the youth level 1 (ages 8-12) and junior level 2 (9-14) divisions at the Contest of Champions cheer event in Orlando, Fla.
MARCH 9-Iao School 8th-grader Nawai Kaupe sets the softball throw record in the Kiwanis Club of Maui/County of Maui Meet at Yamamoto Track & Field Facility with a distance of 242 feet, 10 inches. Liz Cabe of Lahaina sets World Association of Benchers and Deadlifters open and master 97-pound world records by deadlifting 331.6 pounds at the association's California State Championships.
MARCH 13-Free-agent linebacker Kaluka Maiava signs a three-year, $6 million contract with the Oakland Raiders after spending his first four NFL seasons with the Cleveland Browns.
MARCH 14-King Kekaulike's Adam Howden pitches an eight-inning no-hitter as Na Alii defeat Maui High 1-0 at Maehara Stadium in both teams' Maui Interscholastic League opener.
MARCH 16-Champions are crowned in 10 divisions in the Ian Walsh Menehune Mayhem surf contest at Hookipa Beach Park. The boys winners are Roran Mullen (7 and under), Ty Simpson-Kane (8-9), Ocean Macedo (10-11), Tristan Aiwoni (12-13), Imai DeVault (14-15) and Justice Patao (16-17). The girls champions are Kaylani Mullen (9 and under), Lehiwa DeVault (10-11), Summer Macedo (12-14) and Sierra Lerback (15-17).
MARCH 21-Noah Apolo pitches a five-inning no-hitter for Baldwin in an 11-1, five-inning victory over Lahainaluna at Maehara Stadium.
MARCH 23-Colin Laughery wins the Valley to the Sea half-marathon, covering the course from Iao Valley to Kihei in 1 hour, 16 minutes, 13 seconds. Jennifer Tom is the top female finisher, in 1:28:20. In the 10-kilometer race, the male winner is Thomas Wolf in 43:37, and the female winner is Becca Johnston in 49:31. The 5K winners are Tyler Jones (18:53) and Katie Lowney (22:06).
MARCH 24-Dusty Payne of Lahaina earns his first Association of Surfing Professionals victory, taking the title at the prime-rated Drug Aware Margaret River Pro in Australia. Maui United 2001 defeats Pono Soccer Club 2001 2-1 in the Spring Break Soccer Bash girls under-12 championship game at Keopuolani Park. The other champions, determined by points, are the Excel 99 boys (under-18), Maui Cobras 2004 (under-10 girls), Excel 2003 (under-10 boys) and Pono 2005 girls (under-8).
MARCH 26-The Baldwin High School girls golf team wins a 50th consecutive match and clinches a seventh straight Maui Interscholastic League championship by beating Seabury Hall 123-165 at The Dunes at Maui Lani.
MARCH 27-Grace Na of Pepperdine wins the Anuenue Spring Break Classic, carding a 4-under-par 68 at the Kapalua Bay Course for a 10-under total of 206, five shots better than the runner-up, Denver's Tonje Daffinrud.
APRIL 6-Desiree Ting wins the Jim Sanders Maui Women's Golf Championship, shooting a 71 at Maui Country Club. Bobbi Kokx (73) is the runner-up.
APRIL 9-Cody Nakamura is named the football coach at Kamehameha Schools Maui, taking over for Kevin O'Brien, who stepped down after the 2012 season.
APRIL 13-Kai Chong wins the men's iron OC1 title in Maui Canoe and Kayak Club's Maui to Molokai race, paddling from DT Fleming Beach to Kaunakakai Pier in 3 hours, 38 minutes, 20 seconds, and Heather Nalaku Kalei (4:51:09) is the top female finisher. In the iron OC2 race, Calvin Chow and Linda Warren win the coed title in in 4:05:17, Nicki Lacey-Enos and Cheryl Villegas win the women's race in 4:35:48 and Mike Eilers and Wilson Angel are the top men's finishers in 5:18:11. The other iron winners are Ron St. John (6:18:44 in stand-up), Zsolt Svadovski (3:29:49 in men's surfski), Anna Mathisan (4:18:22 in women's surfski) and Vance Hashimoto (5:00:41 in iron V1). In the relay division, the OC1 winners are Mael Carrey and Quinn Whitford (men, in 3:46:02), Dane Ward and Lauren Spalding (women, in 4:22:36) and Indar Lange and Lindsey Shank (coed, in 4:01:31), and the OC2 champions are Afa Tualo, Ricky Balidoy, Chuck Santiago and Dane Enos (men, in 3:54:26), Denise Darval-Chang, Hoku Keala, Pauahi Ioane and Shien-Lu Stokesbary (women, in 3:58:18) and Alisa Prendergast, Angela Rey, Paul Streiter and Phil Prendergast (coed, in 4:14:17).
APRIL 15-The Baldwin softball team scores two runs in the top of the ninth inning and beats Lahainaluna 10-9 at the Lunas' field to win in the completion of a game that had been suspended by darkness four days earlier and clinch a berth in the state tournament.
APRIL 20-Lahainaluna wins the Maui Interscholastic Surf Championship, scoring 196 points in the competition at Hookipa Beach Park to defeat runner-up Baldwin by nine. Lahainaluna's individual champions are Nainoa Steward (boys bodyboard), Kaimana Kinimaka (boys longboard) and Sierra Lerback (girls longboard). Baldwin's Maile Anderson (girls bodyboard) and Kulia Doherty (girls shortboard) also take titles, along with Kihei Charter's Kain Daly (boys shortboard).
APRIL 21-Kula's Lauren Spalding wins the Steinlager Kaiwi Channel OC1 World Championship women's title for the eighth time, paddling from Kaluakoi, Molokai, to Hawaii Kai, Oahu, in 5 hours, 30 minutes, 6 seconds. Danny Ching is the men's winner in 4:58:03.
APRIL 26-The Molokai High School baseball team finishes an 8-0 season in Maui Interscholastic League play, scoring five runs in the bottom of the seventh inning for a 10-9 win over Seabury Hall in the league's Division II tournament final at Maehara Stadium.
APRIL 27-The Baldwin High School boys track and field team wins its eighth consecutive MIL championship, helped by a meet-record time of 43.10 seconds in the 400-meter relay at Yamamoto Track & Field Facility. Dakota Grossman's victories in the 800, 1,500 and 3,000 are part of Seabury Hall's second girls team title in three years.
APRIL 28-Baldwin High School graduate John Lotulelei agrees to terms with the Seattle Seahawks after the linebacker out of Nevada-Las Vegas is not selected in the NFL draft.
MAY 1-Mariel Galdiano wins the David S. Ishii Foundation Girls Golf State Championship, closing with a 2-under-par 69 at the Royal Kaanapali Course for a 5-under total of 137, to help Punahou claim the team title. Galdiano finishes seven shots in front of Waiakea's Ciera Min (72). Punahou's even-par 213 in the second round leaves the Buffanblu at 9-over 435. Waiakaea (233) is second at 472.
MAY 3-Nanakuli High School defeats St. Francis 5-4 in the DataHouse Division II State Softball Championship final at Patsy Mink Field. The Golden Hawks' Chyanne Koko is named the tournament's most outstanding player.
MAY 8-Punahou completes a sweep of the state golf titles, with Kalena Preus taking the boys individual crown at the Royal Kaanapali Course, and the Buffanblu claiming the team championship as well. Preus' 4-under 67 gives him a 6-under total of 136, good for a two-stroke victory over Moanalua's John Oda (72). Punahou cards a 2-under 282 as a team in the final round, finishing at 7-under 561 - 19 shots better than Moanalua (288).
MAY 10-Amber Kozaki of Baldwin sets an Island Movers State Track and Field Championships record by clearing 13 feet to win the girls pole vault title at Mililani's John Kauinana Stadium on Oahu.
MAY 11-Baldwin repeats as the boys track and field state team champion, finishing with 66.25 points - a quarter-point in front of Punahou. The Seabury Hall girls place second with 68 points - Punahou wins with 69. Baldwin's Keelan Ewaliko wins the boys 100 and 200 meters, and runs on the first-place 400 relay team, along with Dylan Leigh, Gerard Nakamura and Aaron Marzon. The Bears' Abraham Reinhardt wins the 110 hurdles and Tyler Feiteira wins the 300 hurdles. King Kekaulike has two individual champions - Jake Jacobs in the 400 and Jansen Agapay in the long jump - on the way to a third-place team finish. Seabury's Dakota Grossman wins the girls 3,000, giving her seven state gold medals, which ties the Maui Interscholastic League record set by Tia Ferguson at Seabury in the 1990s. Christina Lotulelei of Maui High wins the discus. The Wally Yonamine Foundation Division I State Baseball Championship final scheduled for Maehara Stadium is postponed due to rain. The game is played three days later at Les Murakami Stadium in Honolulu, with Mid-Pacific defeating Mililani 3-1. Central Maui wins the Hawaii USA State Wrestling Tournament at the Lahaina Civic Center , and the Lahaina Roughnecks place second. A tournament-record 618 wrestlers compete in the event, representing 27 clubs. Andrea Moller remains the only winner of the Olukai Hoolaulaea Downwind Run, taking the women's title for a fifth time by covering the 8-mile course from Maliko Gulch to Kanaha Beach in 1 hour 2 minutes, 15 seconds. Connor Baxter repeats as the male winner in 50:04.
MAY 12-Washington State freshman Kristine Felix, a Baldwin graduate, claims the Pac-12 women's pole vault title in the conference championship meet in Los Angeles, clearing 13 feet, 4 1/2 inches. Kai Bartlett wins the Olukai Hoolaulaea OC-1 race, completing the course from Maliko Gulch to Kanaha Beach in 48 minutes, 5 seconds. Lauren Spalding (52:50) is the top female finisher.
MAY 19-Keelan Ewaliko of Baldwin High School and Renny Richmond of Seabury Hall are announced as part of the 12-member Hawaii High School Athletic Association Hall of Honor class of 2013. Ewaliko is selected after being named Maui Interscholastic League Offensive Player of the Year in football three times, winning five gold medals in track and field and receiving MIL All-Star recognition in soccer. Richmond finished his high school career with six state swimming championships - tied for the most in MIL history for any boys athlete - and owning the state-meet record in the 100-yard butterfly. The Wailea 4.5 Women win the USTA Hawaii Pacific Section 40-and-over championships at Royal Lahaina Tennis Ranch and the Kapalua Tennis Garden. The other champions are from Oahu - Live To Play (3.0 women), Happy Hour! Double Shots! (3.5 women), Women at Kaneohe (4.0 women), the Oahu 3.0 men, Penn Men 4T (3.5), WRSsssssss (4.0 men) and the Oahu 4.5 men. At Central Oahu Regional Park, Royal Lahaina Tennis Club wins the 14-and-under 3.0 title.
MAY 26-Hawaii Swim Club wins the Coach Soichi Sakamoto Memorial Invitational at Kihei Aquatic Center with 1,452 points - 543.5 more than the runner-up, Lahaina Swim Club. The top individual scorers are Island Aquatics' Rylie Lopez (10 and under girls) and Caleb Lopez (13-14 boys), Lahaina's Jaden Yip (10 and under boys) and Sarah Armstrong (15-16 girls), Hawaii Swim Club's Rebecca Buenrostro Gallimore (11-12 girls), Kysha Altura (13-14 girls) and Paris James (female open), Manoa's Dong Hyeon Hwang (11-12 boys) and Maui Swim Club's Troy Kojenlang (15-16 boys) and Jonah Hu (open male).
MAY 27-Zora Vlckova goes 3-0 in round-robin play to win the Wailea Open female singles open-division title at the Wailea Tennis Center. In the top contested male division, Joey Baldwin defeats Curt deCrinis 6-2, 6-0 in the 4.5 final. The top-division doubles winners are Rick Kepler and Quinn Saine (male open), Chan Ly and Julia Weisel (mixed open) and Keiko Ichimaru and Janet King (female 4.5).
MAY 28-Na Koa Ikaika Maui open their fourth season by defeating the Ishikawa Million Stars 9-2 at Maehara Stadium.
MAY 31-Steve Colflesh retires after 30 years as Seabury Hall's athletic director.
JUNE 1-Kahana Canoe Club paddler Alan Akana dies during a race at the Keiki O Maui Regatta, the first event of the Maui County Hawaiian Canoe Association season, at Hanakao'o (Canoe) Beach Park. The Maui Rugby Warriors rally from a 14-point halftime deficit to defeat the Waikiki Beach Boys 28-26 in the under-13 championship game of the Aloha Youth Sevens Tournament at Aloha Stadium, and Maui's under-10 coed rookie team claims a plate championship. Kanoa Awai-Dickson wins the all-around cowboy title in the Hawaii High School Rodeo State Championship at Parker Ranch on the Big Island. Awai-Dickson also finishes first in steer wrestling, wins the tandem roping title with Maui teammate Kaena Poouahi and is named the state's top rookie. Poouahi receives the "Hawaii's Own" all-around cowboy honor, and is the po'o wai u champion, Liloa Akoi takes the girls goat-tying title, and Lauren Egger receives the sportsmanship award.
JUNE 2-Summer Macedo wins the open women and under-14 girls titles in the Hawaii Surfing Association-sanctioned Hurley At The Harbor in Lahaina. The other champions are Chaz Kinoshita (open men), Kailer Jones (open longboard), Kahekili Labatte (open bodyboard), Cody Young (under-16 boys), Eli Hanneman (under-14 boys), Jackson Bunch (under-12 boys) and Keanu Taylor (under-10 boys).
JUNE 3-T.J. Kua of Oahu and Shawn McCauley of Kauai win the Aloha PGA Kaanapali Pro-Pro Championship, defeating the Maui team of David Braxton and Kyle Hayashi on the fourth hole of a playoff at the Kaanapali Royal Course.
JUNE 8-Baldwin High School graduate Akoni Arriaga and Maui High graduate Mark Karaviotis are selected in the Major League Baseball draft. Arriaga is picked by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 35th round, 1,045th overall, and Karaviotis is taken by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 39th round, 1,170th overall. Both players opted not to sign. Summer Macedo earns her third surf title in a week when she claims the girls shortboard division at the 20th annual Pohai Na Keiki Nalu (Gathering of the Surf Kids) at Launiupoko Park. Her brother Ocean Macedo wins the 10-12 longboard title. The other shortboard champions are Amadeo Quillayen (6 and under), Ty Simpson-Kane (7-8), TyTy Kirby (9-10) and Payce Duryea (11-12). The bodyboard winners are Kyle Kelmenson (9 and under) and Ramon Rode (10-12). Luc Guidroz takes the 9-and-under longboard title. Two members of West Maui Powerlifters, Llumel Magana and Vijay Maulit, produce record-setting performances at the World Association of Benchers and Deadlifters' National Push-Pull Bench Press and Deadlift Championships in Phoenix. Magana, competing as an Arizona resident, deadlifts 529 pounds and benches 418, both state records in the 18-19 teen division's 181-pound weight class. Maulit breaks the Hawaii state record in the 18-19 division's 242-pound class with a bench press of 424 pounds, and wins the deadlift competition with a lift of 457 pounds.
JUNE 15-Michael Kikukawa of Molokai High School receives a $2,000 Distinguished Scholarship at the Hawaii Medical Service Association's Kaimana Awards, and is one of three Maui Interscholastic League students to earn a $3,000 HMSA scholarship, along with Kaylee Correa of Kamehameha Maui and Carissa Ratte of Seabury Hall. The MIL school winners are Lahainaluna, King Kekaulike and Maui High in Division I, and Maui Prep, St. Anthony and Seabury Hall in Division II. The HMSA program "recognizes all-around accomplishments by high schools, rewards individual student athletes with scholarships and supports coaches education." Joseph Kauhaahaa of Queen Emma Athletic Club is named the top male in the Aloha State Games weightlifting competition at Ward Warehouse in Honolulu, and Kehau Deutsch of Upcountry Barbell Club earns the female honor. Kauhaahaa has a snatch of 257 pounds and a clean and jerk of 341, while Deutsch has a snatch of 132 and clean and jerk of 165.
JUNE 20-Baldwin graduate Keelan Ewaliko is named the Gatorade Hawaii Boys Track and Field Athlete of the Year after winning three gold medals at the state meet.
JUNE 22-Pono teams claim three titles in the Maui No Ka Oi soccer tournament at Eddie Tam Fields. Two of Pono's girls teams win championships - the under-8 team defeats Eastside 1-0 in the final, and the under-15 team wins 5-0 over Catch A Fire in the title match. In the boys under-9 title game, Pono defeats Maui United 4-3. Maui United wins the under-12 girls final 1-0 over Pono, and takes the boys under-8 crown with a 4-0 victory over Manuia. In the other girls finals, Eastside beats the Cobras 4-2 in under-9, the Maui Girls are 2-1 winners over the Icons in under-10 and Manuia defeats Excel 2-1 in under-19. The Cobras beat Maui United 2-1 in the boys under-10 final, and Pookela claims the boys under-12 championship with a 2-1 win over Maui United.
JUNE 23-Reshmi Rao-Main of Ohana Martial Arts in Kahului receives the International Martial Arts Council Competitor of the Year award, given to an athlete "who exemplifies the true spirit of martial arts and competes successfully in competitions."
JUNE 28-Dakota Grossman is named The Maui News Maui Interscholastic League Girls Athlete of the Year after a junior year at Seabury Hall during which she won her third titles in the state cross country meet and in the 3,000 meters at state track and field. The boys honor goes to Keelan Ewaliko following a senior year at Baldwin that included a third straight MIL Offensive Player of the Year award in football and three gold medals in track and field, upping his total to five. Cassy Isagawa of Wailuku wins the British Columbia Women's Amateur, closing with a 6-under-par 68 to match the Pitt Meadows Golf Club record she set the previous day and finish with a 72-hole total of 16-under 280, six shots better than runner-up Soo-Bin Kim.
JUNE 29-Tomoyuki Inui of Japan wins the Cycle to the Sun, covering the 36 miles of road from sea level at Paia to the summit of Haleakala in 2 hours, 57 minutes, 59.43 seconds. The women's winner is Trina Van Dyck of Canada, in 3:37:23.74, and the top relay team is SMB Ascension - Forest Treadwell of Kihei, Peter Salomon of Haiku and Matt Watson of Kula combine for a time of 3:01:49.74.
JUNE 30-Daulton Cabacungan, Patrick Turner and Kaleb Palmer combine on a one-hitter as Maui defeats Kahaluu 11-0 in five innings at Maehara Stadium to win the Little League state Big League championship. Maui outscores Kahaluu 20-0 in sweeping the best-of-three series. Maya Reynolds of Kihei claims the runner-up spot in the USA Track and Field youth championships girls 13-14 400-meter final in Edwardsville, Ill. Reynolds' time of 59.24 seconds is second to the 58.60 of Utah's Emily Ellis. A day earlier, Reynolds placed fourth in the 200. Jeremiah Johnson of Peahi finishes second in his division in the Pike's Peak International Hill Climb in Colorado. Racing in the all-electric Exhibition Powersports-Z class, Johnson finishes the 12.42-mile uphill course in 12 minutes, 5 seconds - Hollywood Electrics teammate Jeff Clark wins in 12 minutes flat.