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Press and Media Covering the Honolulu Marathon?  Find all you need to know here. The 42nd Honolulu Marathon  will start at 5am on December 13, 2014. Contact the media office for high res use of any images or video.   Sign up for media accreditation below and collect any press credentials at the Hawaii Convention Center, room…

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Elite athlete field

SECOND MARATHON TRY FOR CHEPKIRUI One of the world’s best road runners, Kenya’s Joyce Chepkirui, will make her second serious attempt at the marathon distance in Honolulu.  At the 2012 Virgin London Marathon, Chepkirui ran as a pacemaker through 20 miles, helping four women break 2:21.  She came back to London the following year, ran…


Gilbert Chepkwony

Gilbert Chepkwony 2013 Honolulu Marathon Champion (2:18:47)  Full race report 2009 Honolulu Marathon: 5th (2:18:48) Won Kosice Peace Marathon in October, 2014 (2:08:26) Won Lanzhou Marathon in June, 2014.  (2:14:18) DOB: 1985 Lives in Eldoret, Kenya   Personal Bests and Recent Notable Performances


Gebretsadik Abrha

Gebretsadik Abrha, Ethiopia 2013 Honolulu Marathon: 4th (2:20:09) Placed second at the April 2014 Daegu Marathon  (2:07:06) DOB: July 16, 1992 Personal Bests and Notable Recent Performances


Nicholas Chelimo

Nicholas Chelimo, Kenya Two time Honolulu Marathon Champion: 2011 & 2010 2011 Honolulu Marathon (2:14:55) 2010 Honolulu Marathon (2:15:18) DOB: Jan 8, 1983 Personal Bests and recent notable performances


History & Statistics of the Honolulu Marathon        

Colleen N Frank Richards

Great support along the course…lots of water stations, plenty of water, cold sponges to cool off, and lots of cheering. The finish was well done. Showers to cool off immediately after crossing the finish line, support, and more water (this is before exiting the finish line area, which beyond that was more). Nicely done!!