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Maui Marathon

Sunday October 13th, 2019
Maui, HI
Distance: Marathon · Half Marathon · 10K · 5K · Kids Race

The Maui Marathon features one of the most scenic courses in the world – a point-to-point route that starts in Kahulu, passes sugar cane fields, and then hugs the spectacular Pacific coast line for more than 17 breath taking miles before the race finish in Ka’anapoli.

Scenic beauty, however, is only one of the things this event has going for it. One of the three oldest marathons west of the Mississippi and the longest consecutively held running event in the state of Hawaii, the Maui Marathon originated on Oahu in the early 1940s.

By 1974, the race had become officially known as the Maui Marathon. Although small in numbers compared to the world-famous Honolulu Marathon, the Maui Marathon now attracts about 3,000 runners annually and in 2004 raised $100,000 for various charity groups.

It has been chosen as one of the top 10 Most Scenic Marathons in the nation by Runner’s World magazine (Feb. 96), and the #10 destination marathon in North America, by the Ultimate Guide to Marathons.

The Maui Marathon has developed a reputation over the years as a quality running event. This is due in great part to the many volunteers and community support generated, year after year, for this charity fund-raising running event.

What most people don’t know is that the Maui Marathon originated on Oahu in the early 1940s. At that time the event was known as the Hawaiian A.A.U. (Amateur Athletic Union) Marathon. During the 30s and 40s, Hawaii’s top runner was Norman Tamanaha, who competed successfully on the mainland and was considered one of America’s top marathon athletes.

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displays approximate race location · Kula HI 96790

Race Date: 10/14/2018 Distance: Marathon
Division Time Name Age Home
Male 02:52:02.0 Jason Damazo 33 SEATTLE, WA
2nd Male 02:52:12.0 Sage Sarchet 45 WAILUKU, HI
3rd Male 02:57:21.0 James Newby 40 SQUAMISH, BC
4th Male 03:04:40.0 Carson Galloway 28 DES MOINES, IA
Female 03:25:47.0 Hannah Bocksnick 25 HONOLULU, HI
2nd Female 03:35:53.0 Jaime Dawes 40 RIO RANCHO, NM
3rd Female 03:40:04.0 Anne Skeen 35 KELSEYVILLE, CA
4th Female 03:50:12.0 Jaime Parker 45 SCOTTSDALE, AZ
Division Time Name Age Home
M 40-49 02:52:12.0 Sage Sarchet 45 WAILUKU, HI
M 50-59 03:45:16.0 Kazuya Miyamoto 50 HOKKAIDO, JPN
M 60-69 03:26:24.0 Sebastian Preisinger 62 BAYLEY, CO
M 70+ 05:19:18.0 Yoshiharu Suzuki 71 TOKYO, JPN
F 40-49 03:35:53.0 Jaime Dawes 40 RIO RANCHO, NM
F 50-59 04:11:09.0 Yoko Doi 52 KAWAGUCHI, JPN
F 60-69 04:41:45.0 Shelly Cooper 60 HONOLULU, HI
F 70+ 05:25:01.0 Ann-Marie Dolk 70 NORRK PING, SWE
Maui Marathon

Overall Course Details

  • There are some elevation rises on the course but nothing over 200 ft
  • The start line for the full marathon and marathon relay is on Ho’okele Street near Hana Hwy
  • The start for the half marathon, 10k and the 5k are the same location as the finish
  • The finish line for all of the races is on the street in front of the Kaanapali Beach Hotel
  • Mile markers will be positioned along the course at every mile
  • Live results will be availableon race day as the runners come though the finish line
  • The road is not closed to vehicular traffic. It is imperative that you stay within the cones marking the course. Any deviations from the marked course can result in a disqualification and serious injury
  • The MauiMarathon is a Boston Marathon qualifying event.
  • All decisions of the race organizers are final

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