7Gen was born out of this idea of building a foundation of Community, Character and Culture through sports. Our kuleana or responsibility is to create opportunities and spaces where families, groups and teams feel empowered with knowledge and respect for the game. At 7Gen, sports are the vehicle to a more promising future of confident and connected generations to come. The 7th Generation principle is a Native American philosophy, which is also practiced by other indigenous cultures such as the Native Hawaiians. It is believed that the concept of sustainability and successful strengthening of a community takes seven generations to come into fruition. Native Hawaiians associate the word kualima with this concept of being “seven generations removed.” We integrate this native belief into 7Gen’s foundation of values. That decisions and actions today not only define future generations, but it influences their response to survival in an ever-changing world.
TransPacific Championships is an international event of high-level volleyball with teams expected from countries such as China, Japan, Mexico, Thailand and the locally from Hawaii as well as the U.S. Mainland and American Samoa. This AAU sanctioned super regional event guarantees a free entry for winners into the AAU National Championships in Orlando, Florida, the West Coast Championships in Las Vegas, Nevada, or the Volleyball Festival in Phoenix, Arizona.
The Turtle Bay Tournament is the largest grass volleyball tournament in the State of Hawai‘i located on the beautiful grounds of the Turtle Bay Resort on O‘ahu’s North Shore. This one-day outdoor tournament features athletes of all ages, genders and skill levels. T2 includes a youth’s, women’s and men’s division and a co-ed industry division where businesses and companies can participate and compete. We also have teams participating from the U.S. Mainland and the International communities. All teams will be playing for the opportunity to place and win various prizes.
Champions League Hawaii is an AAU sanctioned league where competitive club or organized volleyball teams around the State of Hawaiʻi can compete for a championship title in 16U, 14U, and 12U brackets. Each team receives a set schedule and an opportunity to play with teams at their skill level. The format is designed to be an exciting Match Play where Best of 5 move on to the playoffs.
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