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Spectator Sports: There are no major professional teams in Hawaii, but there is the University of Hawaii athletics program, which includes basketball, baseball, softball, football, golf, swimming & diving, tennis, volleyball, sand volleyball, cross country, sailing, soccer, track & field, water polo, and cheerleading programs. Local sports fans often put a lot of effort into their local high school athletics programs. The cities near the Barracks have active Little League teams, some of which have competed in post-season championships, even international championships.

Golf is popular, and there are several golf courses near base.

Beach fun can be had all along the shore; the North Shore has the closest beaches. Surfing, sailing, swimming, diving, scuba, canoeing, swimming, and just hanging around are all popular.

Surfing: North Shore is especially famous for its surfing, with amazing waves and world-class surfers. The Triple Crown of Surfing is held at North Shore in November, with multiple men's and women's surfing championships.

Running: If you run, or like to root runners on, Honolulu is the site of the Great Aloha Run, Honolulu Marathon, and Honolulu Triathlon. The Ironman Hawaii competition course is nearby.

Hunting: See the website for the Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Forestry and Wildlife (Hunting in Hawaii) for details on getting a Hawaii hunting license. You must have local hunting education cards, and personnel from out of state should be aware that Hawaii has strong firearms regulations. Game in Hawaii includes dove, francolin, grouse, partridge, pheasant, wild turkey, feral sheep, feral pig, feral goat, and deer.

Fishing: There is relatively little freshwater fishing in Hawaii, but it does include trout and bass and a few native species, in the larger streams and some reservoirs. Marine fishing is much more abundant, and basic fishing does not require license or permits, but many other fish activities do - see the website for the Hawaii Division of Aquatic Resources for details.
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