December 9, 2018
The first race was held in 1973 and an average of 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 everybody. 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).
Marathon Course: 26.2 miles
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.
Early Entry Registration dates:
January 15 – January 31: Hawaii residents only
February 1 – February 14: All USA & Canada Residents (incl. HI)
February 15 – November 28: General Registration Open
- Rental Cars