In recent years, on average, about 25,000 runners finish the Honolulu Marathon each year, and it has consistently placed among the world's ten largest marathons in terms of total finishers. Entry to the Honolulu Marathon is open to anyone who can pay the entry fee. Unlike other marathons of similar size, popularity, and stature, there are no qualifying standards to meet, no fixed limits on the number of runners, and no time limit to finish the course (all runners receive an official time and certificate).
|Event Title||JAL Honolulu Marathon 2016|
|Event Date||Dec. 11, 2016 (Sun) 5:00 am Start
(Wheelchair division will start at 4:55 am)
|Event Categories||Full Marathon: 42.195 km (26.385 miles)
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Full Marathon Wheelchair Division: 42.195 km (26.385 miles)
|Course||Start from Ala Moana Park and finish at Kapiolani Park going through the world famous Waikiki Beach, Diamond Head and Hawaii Kai’s grand sea side course. Most of the course is flat other than the slight hill around Diamond Head. There will be 17 aid stations throughout the course with water and cold sponges. All aid station will have medical staff standing by.
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|Qualification||All participants must be 7 years or older on event day. Any participants under 20 years of age must have a consent form signed by a parental guardian.
※All 7～14 year old participants must be accompanied by an adult while on the course.