Volunteers

Volunteers The Honolulu Marathon would not be possible to stage without our volunteers, who deserve your thanks and appreciation. If you would like to volunteer, please read through the types of volunteers needed and sign up.   Medical Volunteers We need medical volunteers to be on the course as well as the medical tent at…

Jenny de Champlain

Gorgeous route, fabulous crowds cheering you on and amazing volunteers. It was my first marathon and I will never forget it; I’ll be back for many more

I will never forget

This was my first marathon and wow was it awesome! The volunteers and the comrade was an experience I will never forget!

What a blast!!!!

I loved my first marathon experience!!! And I have all the Honolulu Marathon volunteers, cheerleaders, malasada makers, water/sponge people, and 24,000 running companions to thank….MAHALO! What a blast!!!!

Finish Line & Area

 Finish Line & Area The Finish: The finish line at Kapiolani Park and all support services will be open from 5:00 AM to 2:00 PM on Race Day. All runners will be permitted to finish regardless of their time. Map of Area The Finish Line will maintain most of its services until the official close at…

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…

Last Finisher

Marathon Officially Ends 14 hours, 42 minutes after start

The 40th Honolulu Marathon came to an official close 14 hours, 42 minutes and 14 seconds after it started Sunday when a 56-year-old athletics coaching volunteer and a 19-year-old mute special needs woman from Nagano, Japan, crossed the finish line at Kapiolani Park. The Honolulu Marathon is the only marathon known to keep its finish…