Great Aloha Run

December 17, 2012

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The Kaiser Permanente Great Aloha Run is a road race that takes place annually in Honolulu, Hawaii on the third Monday in February (Presidents’ Day in the United States). It is a charity event that benefits Carole Kai Charities, a philanthropic fund run by Hawaii entertainer Carole Kai. Kai and Honolulu Marathon founder Jack Scaff, M.D. founded the race in 1985, and since its inception it has donated over $6.8 million to over 100 non-profit organizations in Hawaii.

The Aloha Tower to Aloha Stadium route gives the race its name. The Great Aloha Run is the second largest road race in Hawaii, after the Honolulu Marathon, which attracts an international field and is marketed heavily in Japan. About 15,000 runners, mostly Hawaii residents, run the race each year.

Race Date

Feb 17, 2014

Location

Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

Event Type

Start Times

Men: 7:00 am
Women: 7:00 am

No. Runners

-

Website

Race Website

Results

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Social Media

Race Registration

One can register online, by mail, at packet pick-up or on race day. The entry fees is $35 for Great Aloha Run if registered earlier.

To participate in Great Aloha Run you can register in the official website. Register by the December 6, 2013 Early Entry Deadline and you are eligible for a FREE, special limited-edition In Training T-shirt!

Course / Route Map

The 8.15-mile relatively flat course starts at Aloha Tower in Downtown Honolulu, winds its way along the historic Honolulu Harbor, down Nimitz Highway, Kamehameha Highway and into the Aloha Stadium. The finish line is the back goal line of the north end zone on the stadium floor. Enjoy entertainment along the entire course!

Note: No heelies, rollerskates, in-line skates, bikes, scooters, skateboards, animals (except service dogs), cars or unregistered runners allowed on race course or through finish line at Aloha Stadium.

Race Profile / Elevation Map

The course is relatively flat. The Run has a total ascent of 31.0 m and has a maximum elevation of 22.0 m.

Race Tags

Not available.

Time Limits & Cutoffs

  • There is no course time limit.
  • The Great Aloha Run features the ChronoTrack D-tag Timing System.
  • The participant is required to cross both the start and finish mats using ChronoTrack D-tag.

Course Records

Not available.

Prize Money & Awards

  • Elite runners (Top 3 male and female)- 1st-$1,200, 2nd-$750, 3rd-$500
  • Military Division (Top 3 male and female) - $1000 for first, $500 for second, $250 for third.

T-Shirts, Medals, Certificates

  • All pre-registered runners get t-shirt
  • Medals for top 10 male and female finishers based on gun time
  • Division medals mailed to the first 3 male and female age group winners

Water Stops & Refreshments

Aid Stations are at approximately miles 2,3, 5.7 and 7 as well as the finish line area.

Expected Race Day Weather

Temperature: 67°F to 80°F
Humidity: 54% to 88%
Wind Speed: 0 mph to 17 mph

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Shirley King January 20, 2014 at 4:27 am

I and a friend registered on the same day and she received an email confirmation. I did not, but I see by my last statement, that the check for $25 was cashed. Can you tell me if all is okay

Shirley King
311 Ohua Avenue #403C
Honolulu 96815

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