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Real-time Communications Support for the Honolulu Marathon - December 8, 2013

Annually, the Honolulu Marathon is one of Hawaii's largest community sporting event, hosting over 20,000 participants and covering the distance from Aloha Tower at Honolulu Harbor east to Hawaii Kai, near the eastern tip of Oahu. Amateur radio operators have been a part of the event, supporting it with real-time radio communications for many years.

This web page details the arrangements prior to the event.

You are welcome to volunteer and sign up with Greg NH6ZS.


From the Coordinator, Greg NH6ZS

Aloha Everyone, the 2013 Honolulu Marathon will be held on Sunday, Dec. 8. Start time for the race is at 5:00am with radio operations starting around 4:30am and going up until 3:00pm. This is our line-up of volunteers in the various locations along the race course and for NCS.

For more more information / to sign on as a volunteer, please contact me, Greg Amancio - NH6ZS by email: honu1@juno.com. I'm looking forward to hear from you! Mahalo for your time!

Aloha! Greg-nh6zs

Net Control

Time Clock Coordinator

Start Line Area

Support Vans

Volunteer Staging Area

Medical Aid Stations and Finish Line

Aid Station Location Operators Comments
Med-Aid Station #1 Iolani Palace (on South King Street)
Med-Aid Station #2 Hobron Lane and Ala Moana Boulevard
Med-Aid Station #3 Kuhio Beach (on Kalakaua Avenue by water aid station between Duke Kahanamoku Statue and Waikiki Police Station)
Med-Aid Station #4 Fort Ruger Triangle Park (at intersection of Diamond Head Road & Kahala Ave)
Med-Aid Station #5 Kahala Elementary School (at intersection of Kilauea Avenue & Pahoa Avenue)y
Med-Aid Station #6 Wailupe Beach Park (on Kalanianaole Highway across of Wailupe Fire Station)
Med-Aid Station #7 Niu Valley Shopping Center (on Kalanianaole Highway by Halemaumau Street)
Med-Aid Station #8 Pohoiki Place and Hawaii Kai Drive
Med-Aid Station #9 Maunalua Beach Park (on Kalanianaole Highway near Keahole Street)
Med-Aid Station #10 on Kealaolu Avenue in the Kahala area
Med-Aid Station #11 on Kahala Avenue in the Kahala area
Med-Aid Station #12 Paki Avenue and Kalakaua Avenue
FINISH LINE Finish Line MASH Tent (at Kapiolani Park on Kalakaua Avenue)
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