The 39th Annual Hawaii Pacific Health Women’s 10K will be held on Sunday, March 6, at 7 a.m. at Kapiolani Park. The 6.2-mile race begins at Kapiolani Park, goes through Diamond Head and Kahala and returns to the park for an awards ceremony at 8:45 a.m.
The Hawaii Pacific Health Women’s 10K is a sanctioned, all-female race that brings together women of all ages in a celebration of fitness and good health. Participants include elite runners, serious runners, race walkers and recreational walkers. Mothers and daughters, students, military members and visitors have made the Hawaii Pacific Health Women’s 10K an annual tradition.
ENTRY FEES AND REGISTRATION
Entry fees are as follows:
- $35 for students and military
- $45 for regular online registration; deadline is February 26
- $55 for mail-in registration with forms postmarked by February 22
- $75 in person at packet pick-up location or on race day
Online registration and mail-in registration forms for download are available at hawaiipacifichealth.org/womens10k.
The Hawaii Pacific Health Women’s 10K packet pick-up will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 5, at Sports Authority’s Ward Avenue location, 333 Ward Avenue.
Packets will also be available for pick-up prior to the race on Sunday, March 6, from 5:30 to 6:45 a.m. at Kapiolani Park Bandstand.
Race Director KC Carlberg and Runner’s Route will be conducting a free running clinic on Saturday, Feb. 27 from 8 to 10 a.m. at the Runner’s Route store located at 1322 Kapiolani Boulevard. No pre-registration is necessary.
POST-RACE ACTIVITIES AND AWARDS
Race participants will receive a rose, finisher's shirt and bag, refreshments, and open access to the finisher's area with activities, prize giveaways (must be present to win), health and wellness information, a costume contest and more. Awards are presented to the top three finishers in each division: Elite, Stroller, and Age Division, which starts at “14 and under” and goes up to “80 and over.” Companies and schools can compete in the Corporate and School Challenge that is based on number of participants.
Volunteers are needed to assist with race course preparation on Saturday, March 5, as well as race day set-up and breakdown following the completion of the race. Course marshals are also needed to monitor the course during the race. Marshals will be stationed at various points along the course to ensure participant safety. Individuals or school and community groups interested in volunteering may contact race organizers at 535-7674 or email email@example.com.
For more information, visit hawaiipacifichealth.org/womens10k.