Nukuri ready to race fourth marathon of 2014 at Honolulu Marathon

By Chris Lotsbom, @ChrisLotsbom(c) 2014 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved(12-Oct) — When Diane Nukuri toes the line in Hawaii on December 14 for the 42nd Honolulu Marathon, she’ll be racing her fourth marathon of the year. Moreover, Nukuri will be competing in her third marathon in just 105 days.“It’s a little scary!” said the…


Former Marathon Champion visits with Mid-Pacific students

Three-time Honolulu Marathon champion Mbarak Hussein visited with a group of elementary students on Thursday, continuing a tradition for his frequent return visits to the race. “It’s important to give back to the community and share my experiences with the community,” he said after the visit with first-, second- and fifth-graders at Honolulu’s Mid-Pacific Institute….


Visitors from Japan

Marathon entry forms for residents of Japan are available ONLY through the Honolulu Marathon Japan Office. Japan residents must enter at the Japan Office by Friday, November 9. To receive the Japan resident entry form, contact: Honolulu Marathon Japan Office  13-1, Tsukiji 1-chome, Chuo-ku Tokyo, 104-8172 Japan Phone: 03-3545-1102 www.honolulumarathon.jp

Visitors to Hawaii

Visitors to Hawaii More than 30,000 participants take part in the Honolulu Marathon from all 50 states and more than 40 countries. See our sections on hotels, tour companies that will help you with your trip from your home country, as well as local sights and travel advice.  Honolulu is the ideal place to come…

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…

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Mbarak Hussein visits mid-pacific institute

Former Honolulu Marathon champion Mbarak Hussein says, as a child, he had to walk or run three miles to and from school in his native Kenya. In addition to having no bus, the school also had no cafeteria. “We had to go back home for lunch and I was always hungry, so I always ran….