With its inviting Pacific waters and 750 miles of coastline, water sports are simply a way of life in Hawaii. The Hawaiian Islands are the birthplace of modern surfing and stand-up paddleboarding, and you can experience both while you’re here – either on famous surf beaches like Waikiki and Hookipa Beach, or at tournaments like Duke’s OceanFest and the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing. You can also watch or participate in one of Hawaii’s oldest sports, outrigger canoe racing, at prestigious events like the Queen Liliuokalani Canoe Races or Pailolo Challenge.
On dry land, Hawaii’s lush golf links host some of the most legendary names in the game, and three PGA golf tournaments call the Hawaiian Islands home. Marvel at the elite triathletes that compete in the iconic IRONMAN Triathlon each fall, or see if you can go the distance at the Honolulu, Kauai or Maui marathons. Professional tennis, NBA preseason basketball and international soccer tournaments are some of the other sporting events that will give you yet another reason to visit the Hawaiian Islands.
The Maui Marathon will be celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2020! The Maui Marathon is the longest consecutively held running event in the state of Hawaii and is the oldest marathon west of the Mississippi River. It has been chosen as one of the top 10 Most Scenic Marathons in the nation [...]
- Contact Name: Jon Emerson
- Contact Organization: Maui Marathon
The John B. Kelley Haleiwa Metric Century Ride begins and ends in Kaiaka Bay Beach Park on the Northshore of Oahu. Ride at your own pace, all skill levels and ages are welcome.The course takes you through Haleiwa Town, then along the shores past Waimea Valley, Sunset Beach, Kahuku, and Kaaawa. [...]
Celebrate the plantation heritage and modern-day vitality of Koloa, Kauai during this 10-day family oriented festival held the last two weekends in July and the week in between on Kauai's sunny south shore. Each year highlights a different theme. Founded in 1835, Koloa Plantation was Hawaii's [...]
- Contact Name: Melissa McFerrin Warrack
- Contact Organization: Koloa Plantation Days, Inc.
Built on prestige, trophies and strict International Game Fish Association (IGFA) rules for world records, HIBT attracts elite fishing enthusiasts from around the world. Since its inception, the tournament has spotlighted Kona as the [...]
- Contact Name: HIBT
- Contact Organization: HIBT
The Kauai Marathon and Half Marathon are one of the most beautiful destination races in the world today. Taking place on September 5, 2021 this race is a great way to combine a unique experience and a get-away that only Kauai can offer. Participants pass hula dancers and Taiko drum troupes along [...]
- Contact Name: Bob Craver
- Contact Organization: The Kauai Marathon
The Rotary Club of Kauai is pleased to announce the 19th annual Old Koloa Sugar Mill Run presented by Wilcox Health. The run is set for Saturday, November 13, 2021 at Anne Knudsen Park, Junction Maluhia Rd (RT520) & Emi Rd, Koloa. This is Kauai's premier 5-Km, 10-Km, Half Marathon Runs, and [...]
- Contact Name: Dick Olsen
- Contact Organization: Rotary Club of Kauai
Experience the thrill of a mass start with fireworks!
The 10k starts at the same time and place as the full Honolulu Marathon and finishes 10km into the marathon course in Kapiolani Park.
The Start to Park 10k is chip timed and all finishers get a race shirt and finishers [...]
- Contact Name: Information
- Contact Organization: Honolulu Marathon
26 miles, 385 yards or 42.195 kilometers - The Honolulu Marathon's scenic course includes spectacular ocean views alongside world-famous Waikiki Beach, and Diamond Head and Koko Head volcanic craters. The terrain is level except for short uphill grades around Diamond Head.Â At the starting line [...]
- Contact Name: Honolulu Marathon