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The Honolulu Marathon Clinic is for anyone who enjoys running, might be planning to participate in the Honolulu Marathon (or any marathon for that matter), and wanting to reap all the health benefits that are attendant with recreational long distance running. With that as background, we have proudly been bringing health to the world “one runner at a time” for over 40 years.

Our core activities are weekly clinics that begin promptly at 7:30 a.m. Sunday mornings from the second Sunday in March until the week before the Honolulu Marathon traditionally held on the second Sunday in December. If you have ever dreamed of completing a marathon and thereby becoming part of less than 1% of individuals who can do it, the Honolulu Marathon Clinic is tailored specifically for you. Give it a try! It is free and led by a positively encouraging and supportive group of veteran marathoners who welcome all levels from elite runners to everyday walkers. Our motto is “strangers are only friends we haven’t yet met”.

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Sunday Clinics - CANCELLED

Join us every Sunday for informative talks about marathon training and related subjects, followed by group training runs led by experienced volunteers.

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Turkey Trot - Thanksgiving Day 2020

The Honolulu Marathon Clinic along with Mid-Pacific Road Runners Club presents the 46th Annual Turkey Trot. We are going virtual this year!

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Rules Of The Road

Dr Scaff's disarmingly simple running requirements apply to everyone – from absolute beginners to Olympic athletes.

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Registration Forms

Important: All Marathon Clinic participants, new as well as returning, are required to complete the current year's Registration Form.

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