Race day: Sunday, December 10, 2017

General registration open

Registration is now open for the 2017 Honolulu Marathon weekend. Choose from two out of three events. The Kalakaua Merrie Mile is the first event of the weekend, and held on Saturday December 9.
The full marathon and 10k are on Sunday December 10. Start time is 5am.

Military discounts available at registration.


All entries to the Honolulu Marathon are non-refundable. With Registration Saver, you can insure your entry and travel costs with AIG. Learn more…

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Please note:
Residents of Japan are requested to enter at www.honolulumarathon.jp
Residents of China are requested to enter at www.honolulumarathon.cn


HM WebThe 45th Honolulu Marathon – Sunday December 10, 2017

The fourth largest marathon in the United States starts at 5am on December 10. There is no time limit and no limit on the number of participants.
Finishers shirt and finishers medal after your 26.2m!
Enter here…



Kalakaua Merrie Mile – Saturday December 9, 2017

A one mile event held at 7am on Saturday December 9, the day before the marathon. The course is on Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki. Perfect as a tune up for the marathon and for non-marathoning friends and family.  Ends with a post race party on Queen’s Beach with live music and post race fun.  Starts are in waves and the last wave is the elite race. Watch sub 4min milers race and hang out with them on the beach after the race.
Includes complimentary race shirt and finisher medal.
Enter here…


STP WebRace Day Start to the Park 10k – Sunday December 10, 2017

This new event replaces the old Race Day Walk. The Start to the Park will be chip timed. The 10k starts at the same time as the Honolulu Marathon and takes in the first 10km of the marathon course. You will finish in Kapiolani Park, which is also where the marathon finishes.
Includes complimentary race shirt and finisher medal.
Enter here…


Events for Everyone
Registration to the Honolulu Marathon Events is open to everyone; runners and walkers.

As one of the largest marathons in the world, Honolulu Marathon is unique in not having a cut-off time. We keep the course open until the last person has crossed the finish line and received their medal. This is in keeping with the Aloha spirit of Hawaii.

What people say

Carmelo L Cruz-Diaz

I did my first marathon the Honolulu Marathon this year. One of the most amazing experiences ever.

Renée Kraft

Just did my first…it was an AWESOME experience…registering for my 2nd today!!!