Ian Tsang was born in New York in 1999. He moved to Maui in 2014 and began running at Seabury Hall and in a club. Although he was passionate about both cross country and track and went running everyday, he never made it to the HHSAA (Hawai'i High School Athletic Association) tournament in high school. Instead, became a writer for DyeStat which entailed writing articles, taking photos, and doing interviews. In 2016 Tsang started The Hawaii Project with the goal of "furthering Running in Hawaii" and also does national broadcasting and consultation. In 2017 he graduated high school at Seabury Hall to peruse his degree in business at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa in the fall of 2017. Here he decided to take a break from his personal training to focus on helping others in the running community of Hawai'i. Tsang recently started and leads the Honu Elite which is a semi-professional racing team in Hawai'i which "supports local runners to reach their full athletic potential".
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