Honolulu Marathon champions Wilson Kipsang of Kenya and Valentina Galimova of Russia returned to Kapiolani Park Monday morning to meet their fans, and Tanya Somera was first in line to get the winners' autographs for the second consecutive year...
The 40th Honolulu Marathon came to an official close 14 hours, 42 minutes and 14 seconds after it started Sunday when a 56-year-old athletics coaching volunteer and a 19-year-old mute special needs woman from Nagano, Japan, crossed the finish line at Kapiolani Park.
The Honolulu Marathon is the only marathon known to keep...
Valentina Galimova sprinted away from defending champion Woynishet Girma six-tenths of a mile from the finish line to win the Honolulu Marathon women's racer on Sunday.
Her time was two hours, 31 minutes and 23 seconds
When the winds finally settled down, Wilson Kipsang made his winning move.
Feeling comfortable and strong, Kipsang made a push at the 22nd mile and pulled away to win Sunday’s Honolulu Marathon in 2 hours, 12 minutes, 31 seconds.
“A win for me is good,” Kipsang said.
Bryan Clay says the toughest part of running a marathon is ``having to keep going.''
The 2008 Olympic gold medalist and his wife, Sarah, ran the Honolulu Marathon on Sunday, finishing hand in hand in four hours and 46 minutes. It was their first marathon.
That time was only slightly over their goal of four and a half hours, he said...
Betty Jean McHugh turned 85 last month, and is celebrating by running the Honolulu Marathon for the sixth time.
This time it will be a three-generation effort with her son Brent, 58, and granddaughter...