Honolulu Marathon website simplifies event registration

HONOLULU—The Honolulu Marathon is pleased to announce the opening of its newly

expanded website and easy-to-use online entry system located at

www.honolulumarathon.org.

Runners statewide and from around the world can

now enter the 2000 Honolulu Marathon and Mayor’s Walk with a personal computer

and a few clicks of their mouse.

The website starts off with detailed

information for runners—everything from entry particulars and race week

activities to course maps and rules of the road.

The new online entry

system uses custom processing software running on a secure server. After entry

applications are processed, entrants may search an online database to verify

their entry status and submit changes, if necessary.

The website also

functions as the official archive for the Honolulu Marathon including a

comprehensive history section with finisher photos, t-shirt designs, results,

and articles covering each race from 1973 through 1999. Also found are

complete statistics for all 27 champions, course records, and the 25 all-time

fastest times for male and female athletes. A photo gallery gives visitors a

feel for the the race from a variety of personal perspectives.

A new “Fun

& Games” section features a Honolulu Marathon trivia challenge, digital

postcards, and running cartoons. New “In Training for 2000” t-shirts are

available for entrants through an exclusive website offer.

Links to

sponsors, running affiliates, hotels, travel companies, and other Hawai`i

information round out the website giving runners everything they need to plan

and prepare for the 2000 Honolulu Marathon.

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