Sunday September 4th, 2016
Distance: Marathon · Half Marathon
The mission of the event is simply to gather residents and visitors together for a world-class race experience that fosters camaraderie, friendship, and charitable giving. While the main event is the Kauai Marathon and Half Marathon, there are so many other festivities throughout the race weekend that bring people of all ages together to make this one of the most unique destination races in the world.
From the Fun Run and Keiki events on Saturday morning to the Sports and Fitness Expo complimentary presentations, to gorgeous dancers, cultural course entertainment, and volunteers and spectators on race day that inspire and encourage participants to keep going. This aloha spirit and community generosity make this a truly special event.
Fitness enthusiasts and families from all over the U.S. and several countries will gather on Kaua’i to see and try what’s new in athletic footwear, apparel, fitness equipment, nutrition, and cross training . . . prior to experiencing The Kaua’i Marathon and Half Marathon.
|Male||2:51:45||Allister Knox||41||Kihei, HI|
|2nd Male||3:23:20||Tim Price||25||Bluffton, SC|
|3rd Male||3:24:52||Derrick Ledesma||36||Koloa, HI|
|4th Male||3:25:04||Renato Desouza||43||Lihue, HI|
|Female||3:06:36||Sabina Piras||26||San Diego, CA|
|2nd Female||3:10:00||Nicole Chyr||37||Englewood, CO|
|3rd Female||3:29:07||Brooke Sugahara||40||Kapaa, HI|
|4th Female||3:37:06||Sarah Kemp||32||Sauk Rapids, MN|
|M 40-49||2:51:45||Allister Knox||41||Kihei, HI|
|M 50-59||3:51:13||Robin Pendleton||53||Rutherfordton, NC|
|M 60-69||3:31:50||Sal Salmi||60||Kailua Kona, HI|
|M 70+||5:19:51||Shigetaka Shimomura||74||Japan|
|F 40-49||3:29:07||Brooke Sugahara||40||Kapaa, HI|
|F 50-59||4:18:25||Elaine Mah||53||San Francisco, CA|
|F 60-69||4:08:51||SAYOKO TAKADA||62||Japan|
|F 70+||4:56:02||Gunhild Swanson||71||Spokane, WA|
It was scenic but also warm and humid, with the result that a Masters runner was the men’s winner and two women finished second and third overall in the Kauai Marathon, Koloa, Hawaii, Sun., Sept. 6.
Allister Knox, 41, of Kihei, Hawaii ran 2:51:45 to win the men’s race by more than half an hour!
Tim Price, 25, of Bluffton, S.C., was second in 3:23:20 and Derrick Ledesma, 36, of Koloa third in 3:24:52.
Sabina Piras, 26, of San Diego, Calif., ran 3:06:36 to win the women’s race and finish second overall.
Nicole Chyr, 37, of Englewood, Colo., finished second in the women’s race and third overall as she ran 3:10:00.
Third place in the women's race went to Brooke Sugahara, 40, of Kapaa, Hawaii, who clocked 3:29:07.