The Mid-Pacific Road Runners Club

COVID-19 Safety

If you feel ill or have flu-like symptoms (coughing, sneezing, elevated temperature, etc.) please stay home. We love that you want to compete, but safety is paramount.

Vaccination is required for all participants – please bring proof of vaccination and valid ID to check-in on race day.

On race day volunteers at the check in area will provide your bib number and shirt, if you purchased one. Runners will line up at social distance to be served. Race day registration is not available – you must register online at the RunSignUp registration page for the event.

You will need to wear a face covering the entire time (except when you are running). If you do not have a mask, one will be provided to you. If you want water or other fluids, please bring your own. There will be hand sanitizer available, as needed, and you must maintain social distance throughout the event. There will be a water barrel available to refill your personal water bottle. Disinfectant wipes will be available to wipe down the spout/handle prior to use.

We may use a wave start at social distance or a social distance start for all runners and walkers at once, depending on the race site. Be alert for announcements on race day. Runners are to line up at least 6 feet apart at the start line. A timing mat will be used at the start so that your time is accurate regardless of your start position. The finish line may be a single lane or have separated lanes, depending on the event. In either case, once you cross the finish line timing mat, continue on out of the finish chute so that others may finish and maintain social distance. Once you have cooled down, you must put on your mask or facial covering.

No race results will be posted at the finish area. The results will be online at https://timelinehawaii.com/

Please maintain social distance at all times. There is a tendency for runners to be less mindful of good safety practices after a run and for running friends to congregate at less than social distance and/or without fully covering mouth and nose. Wearing a face covering is not primarily for your protection – it helps protect everyone else in the event you are infected but have no symptoms. The mask reduces the broadcast of the water droplets that carry the virus. So make sure you are protecting your friends – wear a face cover.

The COVID-19 virus is serious business. Anyone who refuses to abide by the safety rules will be disqualified from the race and banned from future events.

Here is a link to our MPRRC Event Safety Protocols

Race Updates:

Check out our 2022 Race Schedule now posted.  You can register for events online.

About Us

The Mid-Pacific Road Runners Club is Hawaii’s largest running club. Founded in 1962 and based in Honolulu, Hawaii, the MPRRC organizes more than 20 races per year. From marathoners to first-time 5K athletes, we take pride in welcoming all types of runners.

Join The Club

The Mid-Pacific Road Runners Club is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization and a member of the Road Runners Club of America (RRCA). MPRRC maintains a network for the running community, motivates runners, raises money for local charities, and provides safe, well-managed races every year.

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Hawaii Running Hall of Fame Website:

The Hawaii Running Hall of Fame’s mission is to support the recognition and promotion of exceptional achievement in the sport of running in Hawaii, including coaching and other contributions such as the officiating and promoting of running in Hawaii.  For more information visit this page.

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Recent Races

2022
9 January
Sun 7am
2022
1 January
Sat 7am

Upcoming Races

2022
23 January
Sun 7am

Chapson Diamond Head Dash 8K

Course: Harold Chapson Memorial 8k

Registration: Register Online

Packet Pickup: Race Day Pickup

2022
31 January
Mon 12am

Hawaii Peaks Virtual Elevation Challenge (Race held Saturday January 1 to Thursday March 31, 2022)

Registration: Register Online

Packet Pickup: TBA after the final day of the Challenge - notification will be sent

2022
6 February
Sun 7am

Johnny Faerber 10K

Course: Johnny Faerber 10k

Registration: Register Online

Packet Pickup: Race Day Pickup

Counts toward club awards

2022
27 February
Sun 6am

Hawaii Running Lab Kailua 10-Miler

Registration: TBA

Packet Pickup: N/A

2022
27 March
Sun 6am

Hawaii Running Lab Windward Half Marathon & 5K

Registration: TBA

Packet Pickup: TBA

2022
8 May
Sun 7am

Mother’s Day Beauchamp 10K

Course: Mother's Day Beauchamp 10K

Registration: TBA

Packet Pickup: TBA

Counts toward club awards

2022
10 July
Sun 7am

Kailua Beach 4.4 Mile Shark Chase

Registration: TBA

Packet Pickup: TBA

2022
17 July
Sun 7am

Lanikai 8K

Registration: TBA

Packet Pickup: TBA

Counts toward club awards