The Maui Marathon, Hawaii's oldest, will celebrate its 41st running in 2011. The 8th annual half-marathon will have a limit of 1,200 runners. The Maui Tacos 5K on Saturday morning is always fun. Its looped course starts and finishes at Whaler's Village in the Kaanapali Beach Resort.
Sunday, September 18, 2010. 5:30 a.m. start for the marathon and half-marathon.
The Maui Tacos 5K will be held on Saturday, September 17th, starting at 8 a.m.
The Maui Go Red For Women Ambassador 5K walk will be held on Sept 17 at 8:00am
The Bubba Gumps "Run Forest Run" Front Street Mile, 3;00pm kids, 4:00pm adults
Marathon: Jan 1-May 31; $105 Jun 1-Aug 31; $125 Sep 1 until the expo, and $150 at the expo.
Half Marathon: Jan 1-May 31, $95 ; Jun 1-Aug 31, $115 Sep 1 until the expo, and $125 at the expo
Maui Tacos 5K: Jan 1 - May 31: $40, and $45 thereafter, Jun 1-Aug 31, $50, and $55 at the Expo
You can enter online at www.mauimarathonhawaii.com.
Free morning shuttle service from Kaanapali to Kahului is provided. Along the course, 18 enthusiastic aid stations volunteers will provide water, Coke, Powerade and iced sponges. All finishers receive a colorful T-shirt, medallion and complimentary massage at the race finish area.
Point-to-point from Kahului to Kaanapali. This 26.2 mile course is recognized as one of the world's most scenic marathons as about 17 miles of the route is within 50 meters of the cobalt blue Pacific Ocean with a backdrop of the islands of Lanai and Molokai. The half-marathon is an out-and-back course starting and finishing at the marathon's finish line.
Expected temperatures range from 65 degrees F at the start to 80 degrees at the finish.
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