The 36th Annual Hawai‘i Pacific Health Women’s 10K, the state’s premier women’s race, will be held on Sunday, March 3 at 7 a.m. at Kapi‘olani Park. The 6.2 mile race begins at Kapi‘olani Park, goes through Diamond Head and Kahala and returns to the park for an awards ceremony at 8:15 a.m.
This race brings together women of all ages in a celebration of fitness and good health. Elite runners, serious runners, race walkers and recreational walkers can participate. Mothers and daughters, students, military and visitors have made the Hawai‘i Pacific Health’s Women’s 10K an annual tradition. A portion of the race proceeds will benefit women’s health services at Hawai‘i Pacific Health’s four hospitals – Kapi‘olani Medical Center, Pali Momi, Straub and Wilcox Health.
All participants will receive a rose, finisher’s shirt, refreshments and open access to the finisher’s area with activities, prize giveaways (must be present to win), health and wellness information, and more. Awards are presented to the top three finishers in the each division: Elite, Stroller, School Challenge, Corporate Challenge, Hawai‘i Pacific Health employees and Age Division (starting at 14 and under to 80 and over). For more information, visit the website www.hawaiipacifichealth.org/womens10k
Entry fee: $35 online at www.hawaiipacifichealth.org/womens10k (deadline is February 27)
$65 in person at packet pick-up (March 2 at Ward Warehouse) or on race day
(March 3 at Kapi‘olani Park)
Packet Saturday, March 2 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Ward Warehouse or
Pick-Up: Race day morning, March 3 from 5:30 to 6:30 a.m.at Kapi‘olani Bandstand
Hawai‘i Pacific Health is a nonprofit health care system and the state’s largest health care provider, committed to providing the highest quality medical care and service to the people of Hawai‘i and the Pacific Region through its four hospitals, 49 outpatient clinics and service sites, and more than 1,300 affiliated physicians. The system is anchored by its four nonprofit hospitals: Kapi‘olani Medical Center for Women & Children, Pali Momi Medical Center, Straub Clinic & Hospital, and Wilcox Memorial Hospital. They have leading strategic initiatives in women’s health, pediatric care, cardiovascular services, cancer care and bone and joint services. Hawai‘i Pacific Health ranks among the top 5 percent of hospitals nationwide in the adoption of electronic medical records, with system-wide implementation that allows its hospitals and physicians to offer integrated, coordinated care throughout the state. Learn more at:http://www.Hawai‘ipacifichealth.org.