Renowned TV icon, Hip Hop Harry of the Dicovery Kids Channel will visit Hawaii for a live, energizing experience with special guest Bryan Clay! This show ill motivate youth to live healthy lives and stay fit through song and dance.

The show will be performed live at McKinley High School, 1039 South King Street, Honolulu, Hawaii on December 3, 2010 from 5 PM - 6:30 PM. The doors open at 4 PM.

Tickets are $15 pre-sale or $20 at the door or you can purchase online at www.hiphophawaii.org. Online proceeds will go to the Bryan Clay Foundation in an effort to better Hawaii’s youth by encouraging healthy, active lifestyle. Tickets can also be purchased at select locations throughout Honolulu. A listing of those vendors can be viewed at www.hiphophawaii.org.

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Hip Hop Harry Hails Health in Hawaii

Date: November 17, 2010


Clay Joins Hip Hop Harry for Fitness

Olympic gold medalist Bryan Clay and Discovery Kids Channel character Hip Hop Harry will be at McKinley High School Friday evening to encourage youngsters to stay fit and healthy through song and dance.

Clay, a Castle High School graduate, was the 2008 winner of the Olympic decathlon in Beijing. “Hip Hop Harry” is a program designed for children ages 3 to 6 that uses music to teach fitness as well as proper social behavior and problem solving. Tickets are $15 pre-sale or $20 at the door, and proceeds benefit the Bryan Clay Foundation. The 90-minute program begins at 5 p.m. McKinley High School is at 1039 S. King St. Call 450-0642 or visit hiphophawaii.org.

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Clay Joins Hip Hop Harry for Fitness

Date: November 27, 2010

Star Advertiser


Bryan Clay Clinic

Olympic gold medalist and castle grad Bryan Clay is here with Dr. Spencer Chang. They want to get your kids up and moving.

The free family event promotes a healthy lifestyle for Hawaii’s Keiki with more than 30 interactive games and activities such as: Teddy Bear Clinic, Heads-Up for Safety, Inspect Your Specs, Healthy Snacks for Kids, Breathe-Easy Keiki Asthma, Meet Tucker the Therapy Dog, Slip Slap Sloppy (sun safety), Don’t Be a Fool…Smoking’s NOT Cool, and many more. The event includes free admission to Bishop Museum, a warm-up with Bryan Clay and athletes from the University of Hawaii, free snacks (while supplies last), and free entertainment. Children can enter to win one of 30 brand new bicycles and helmets. Co-Chaired by Cedric Akau, MD and Spencer Chang, MD of the Straub Bone & Joint Center.

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Bryan Clay Clinic

Date: October 21, 2010

Hawaii News


Bryan Clay Aims to Change Lives

Olympic gold medalist, silver medalist, world champion. Those are titles Bryan Clay has captured over the years, but now he’s hoping to add something bigger.

“I’m a dad of three now. It’s important to me to see the kids because I think they’re the ones who are going to go out and change the world. If we want to make a difference that’s where it’s going to happen,” said Clay.

The former Castle High School Knight is on a crusade.

It’s called the Kid Fit clinic and it will be held at the University of Hawaii, for ages 7 to 18.

“We really just want to let them know that being active can be fun. And that you can go out and have fun, you can make it a race between you and you’re friend,” said Clay.

He has once again partnered with Straub.

He’s been back home several times to help with Straub’s KidsFest event at the Bishop Museum and now he wants to ask Hawaii’s corporate community to help him out.

“We want to do more, but we can’t. And then everybody comes and goes why don’t you do more? I’m like we’re trying, you know we really are, I know you may not see it that way, but we’re trying and we want to do more,” said Clay.

The Bryan Clay Foundation’s motto is “Building Champions, Changing Lives” … just what he hopes to do this weekend in Hawaii.

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Olympic Champion, Bryan Clay, Aims to Change Lives

Date: October 22, 2010

By: Jai Cunningham



Bryan Clay Participates in MLB Home Run Derby

Last night, the stars of Major League Baseball competed in the Home Run Derby at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California. Red Sox slugger David Ortiz took home the crown, hitting 11 home runs in the final round to beat Florida’s Hanley Ramierz.
New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez sat out and did not participate in the evenings festivities.

MLB legend Bo Jackson threw out the ceremonial first pitch before the Home Run Derby began. Pictured below, Jackson was photographed with Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson and track & field athlete Bryan Clay.

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MLB Home Run Derby

Date: July 13, 2010

Queen of Sports

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