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Ethiopian is Winner of Marathon Women’s Race

Ehitu Kiros of Ethiopia put on a surge at the 24-mile mark at the start of the Diamond Head hill and won a closely fought victory in the women’s race of Sunday’s Honolulu Marathon. Her time in the slow-paced women’s competition was two hours, 36 minutes and two seconds.  Woynishet Girma, also of Ethiopia and…

Essential Information

Essential Information The Honolulu Marathon is the third largest marathon in the US, attracting around 30,000 participants each December. We are unique in that there is no limit on the number of participants and there is no cut off time, therefore attracting both fast runners as well as walkers. Race Date: December 14, 2014 Start:…

Traffic Advisory

Traffic Advisory Special traffic controls will be in effect in the Downtown, Kakaako, Ala Moana, Waikiki, Diamond Head, Kahala, Aina Haina, Niu Valley, and East Honolulu areas for the Honolulu Marathon on Sunday, December 14, 2014. Beginning at 12:30 AM, one or more lanes will be closed and/or coned until the athletes complete each section…

Along the Course

Along the Course Marathon Course: 26 miles, 385 yards or 42.195 kilometers. The Honolulu Marathon’s scenic course includes spectacular ocean views alongside world-famous Waikiki Beach, and Diamond Head and Koko Head volcanic craters. The terrain is level except for short uphill grades around Diamond Head. Timing System: MyLaps timing detectors will be placed at the starting…

Course Description

The Marathon Course       Turn By Turn Course Description  

Race Day Walk

Race Day 10k Walk The 10k walk is a non-timed event taking in the first 10k of the Honolulu Marathon.   START: The Honolulu Marathon Race Day Walk will be held in conjunction with the start of the Honolulu Marathon. The 10K walk will start at approximately 5:25 AM, immediately after the start of the Honolulu Marathon. COURSE: Walkers…

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.    

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions              

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…