Frequently Asked Questions
2360 Kiahuna Plantation Drive
Koloa, HI 96756
Shuttle busses will also run from the finish line back to the start line, the Grand Hyatt, and other nearby public parking lots beginning at 8:30 am and continuing until just after the conclusion of the finisher’s party. However, if you don’t want to wait for a shuttle bus, it’s only a short walk from the finish line back to the start line at Poipu Shopping Village.
We will not be liable for any lost or stolen items, so we recommend that you don’t leave any valuables in your race bag. Any clothing left at the finish line information tent will be donated to Habitat for Humanity.
Is there a time limit in which to complete the marathon and half marathon courses?
Yes, there is a time limit of 8 hours for the marathon. All participants must pass mile 6.5 in one hour and 45 minute (16 minute pace) so we can open Maluhia Rd to motor vehicle traffic.
Since roads must be reopened, SAG vehicles reserve the right to pick up runners who fall behind the pace required to complete the first 6.5 miles or the 8 hour limit for the marathon.
• Send an email to email@example.com by midnight PST on August 30, 2017 notifying us that you’d like to cancel your 2017 registration. Unfortunately no phone calls or mailed cancellations will be accepted, so please be sure to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org before midnight on August 30th.
• Email email@example.com between November 1, 2017 and December 31, 2017 requesting rollover entry. Rollover requests must be sent during this period to be valid.
Please note that rollovers are not automatic if you cancel. Rollover entries are only valid for the next year’s event and cannot be used for events beyond that.
If you’re coming from another Hawaiian island, we suggest you arrive on Saturday morning. This will give you time to pick up your race bag and bib, shop the expo, check-out the course, and meet other runners. Remember, there is no packet pickup on Sunday so please be sure to pick up your packet on Saturday.
If you’re coming from the mainland or abroad we suggest you arrive several days early to adjust to the weather and time change.