What to expect
What to expect
Welcome to the Aloha Spirit
The Honolulu Marathon Weekend is all about the Aloha Spirit. Completing 26.2miles, having fun and at your own pace.
Kalakaua Merrie Mile – On Saturday December 9, everyone is invited to do the Kalakaua Merrie Mile – One mile through Waikiki.
The Honolulu Marathon course includes spectacular ocean views alongside world-famous Waikiki Beach, and Diamond Head and Koko Head volcanic craters.
The course is flat except for short uphill grades around Diamond Head. More…
Medals and Malasadas
At the finish line you’ll receive an incredible medal and your finisher shirt.
Stay in the finisher village for freshly made malasadas and other great post-race foods! Malasadas are a donut and a Hawaiian delicacy.
No time limit
The finish line remains open until the last person has crossed the finish line, and all finishers receive a medal and an official time.
The invited elites start with the mass start at 5am. The course record of 2:09:39 was set in 2016 by Lawrence Cherono.
Marathon Course Distance: 26 miles, 385 yards or 42.195 kilometers.
Timing System: MyLaps timing detectors will be placed at the starting line, 5k, 10k, 20k, half marathon, 25k, 30k, 35k, 40k and at the finish line. Your splits will be recorded and available through our app and on the live results page online.
Aid Stations: There are 16 Aid Stations located along the course, manned by 2,300 volunteers working in shifts, serving water, sports drink, and providing professional medical assistance.
The first Aid Station is located at approximately 2.5 miles (3.5K) from the start, then every 2 to 3 miles (3K to 4.8K) thereafter.
Weather Conditions: Temperatures at the start will generally be in the mid 60s (Fahrenheit) and climb to the low 80s (Fahrenheit) by 10:00 AM. Precautions should be taken against heat and humidity.
Wheelchairs: Racing wheelchairs will be on the course. Please watch out for them.
Entry Information: There is no limit on entrants. Registration is online only. More here…