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Julius Arile

Julius Arile, Kenya 2012 Honolulu Marathon:  5th (2:15:17) Placed 4th in the 2013 New York City Marathon (2:10:03) Lives in Eldoret, Kenya (altitude 2,150m above sea level) DOB: July 15, 1983 Personal Bests and Notable Performaces   Beyond the stats Julius’ African name originates from Kenyan Kalenjin people and Pokot tribe and simplified meaning of…

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Wilson Chebet

Wilson Chebet, Kenya Three time Amsterdam Marathon champion (2011-2013) Rotterdam Marathon champion 2011 (2:05:27) Won four marathons in eight starts including two DNFs Over last three years ranked (marathon): as 11th on 2013 Top List; 17th on 2012 Top List’ 7th and 11th on 2011 Top List. Average time for ten beset half marathon results:…

Entry Statistics

In 1995, the Honolulu Marathon was the world’s largest marathon with 34,434 entrants and 27,022 finishers    

Records

Honolulu Marathon Records        

2013 Autographs

Winners Return to Park to Sign Autographs

The two winners of the Honolulu Marathon returned to Kapiolani Park on Monday morning (Dec. 9) to greet and sign autographs for some of the more than 22,000 people who ran behind them. After waiting in line to obtain their finishers certificates, some of the runners waited in another line of get autographs from Gilbert…

History

Winners and Top 10 Places by Year   Click on the year for a race report and a list of the top 10 finishers and the wheelchair champions in that year.    

Defending-chmaps

Kipsang and Galimova Sign Autographs for Fans

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. “It’s a great incentive to meet them,” said Somera, of Pearl City, Oahu, who ran her…

Krige Schabort

Hall of Famer Schabort gets 9th Wheelchair Win

Krige Schabort won the Honolulu Marathon wheelchair race for the 9th time on Sunday. He crossed the finish line in one hour, 33 minutes and 15 seconds for his second consecutive victory. He broke away from seveal others at the six-mile park and rode alone the rest of the way. But he said being by…