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King’s Runner 10k

About the King’s Runner 10k

Sunday March 6, 2022
Thomas Square by Blaisdell Center, Honolulu, Hawaii

The King’s Runner 10k is on March 6, 2022


Originally a tune-up race for the Hapalua – Hawaii’s half marathon, the event has grown into the largest 10k in Hawaii.

For the March 6, 2022 edition there is an entry cap of 4,000 participants.


 Oct 12 - Nov 7Nov 8 - Feb 28Walk-In


  • Flat, fast, certified town course
  • Walkers & strollers welcome
  • Parking available at the Blaisdell Center for $10. Parking passes can be pre-paid at the packet pick up
  • Presented by the organizers of the Hapalua and Honolulu Marathon.

Packet Pick Up
S.A.L.T  at Kakaako. http://www.saltatkakaako.com/

At registration, you can choose to have your race packet mailed to your home address.


Event Details

The perfect tune-up race for the Hapalua Hawaii’s Half Marathon. 
One month before the half marathon, test your fitness on this flat and fast 10k.
Starting and finishing at Thomas Square in Honolulu.

Included with your race entry:

  • Race shirt
  • Commemorative finisher medal
  • On-course and post-race refreshments
  • Post-race entertainment
Essential Information

Event Entry




Packet Pick Up

S.A.L.T  at Kakaako. http://www.saltatkakaako.com/

Parking entrance on Keawe St.



Race Day

Free street parking is available around the surrounding area on a first come first serve basis. All metered parking along Victoria Street, Beretania and Young Street adjacent to Thomas Square will be restricted to event vehicles only.

Parking available at the Blaisdell Center.
$10 for all day parking. Parking passes can be pre-purchased at the packet pick up
Entrance on King Street opens from 4:30 AM.



Start & Finish
South Beretania Street outside the Honolulu Museum of Arts. After the race, proceed into the Festival Area in Thomas Square.

Festival Area

The post-race festival area is in Thomas Square.
There will be music on the main stage, complimentary snacks and drinks.
Local food trucks will be placed on the Victoria Street side of the park. The food trucks accept cash & cards.


Awards will be presented at 8:20 AM to the top three finishers (male & female).
Age group awards can be collected from the awards desk next to the main stage.


Bag Check
Check your clothing only bag in the park before the race. To check a bag, you must pick up a clear plastic bag with your race number at packet pick-up. Bag check is open from 5AM to 10AM.




Turn by Turn Course Description
Start in front of the Honolulu Museum of Art/Academy of Arts, going Westbound.
Left on Punchbowl St
Left on Pohukaina St
Right on Keawe St
Go straight across Ala Moana Boulevard and continue on Keawe St, next to UH Medical Center
Enter Kaka'ako Waterfront Park and run the promenade
First Aid station in Waterfront Park
Turn left at the end of the promenade, exiting onto Ahui St.
Turn right on Ala Moana Boulevard
Turn right into Ala Moana Beach Park (west entrance)
Aid Station
Turnaround - By Tennis courts.
Retrace route to Ahui St and Ilalo St
Left on Ahui St
Right on Olomehani St
Right on Ohe St
Left on Ilalo St
Right on Keawe St
Left on Pohukaina St
Right on Punchbowl St
Right on S. Beretania St
Thomas Sq/Victoria Street