The Honolulu Triathlon draws world-class competitors, but it’s also a chance for novice runners and triathletes to get their feet wet. With no time requirements for entry, this Oahu Event is open to everyone!
It’s hard to imagine a better setting to bike, swim, or run. The warm waters* and the gorgeous views make competing in the Honolulu Triathlon a bit different than similar competitions in settings that aren’t quite as spectacular. People bring their bikes and come from around the world to take part in this exciting Oahu event.
Race day is May 14th, and several different competitions are part of the Honolulu Triathlon:
- Olympic Triathlon
- Olympic Relay
- Sprint Triathlon
- Sprint Relay
- Junior Triathlon (ages 16 to 19)
- Youth Triathlon (ages 11 to 15)
- Kids Triathlon (ages 7 to 10)
- 10K Run
- Corporate Challenge Relay
This popular Oahu Event is a great chance for families to enjoy a race day together, and there are events for participants as young as 7. Along with the races you see at similar events around the country, the Honolulu Triathlon also features the Sup&Run which you won’t see just anywhere!
This competition consists of a 2K paddle and a 1 mile run. If you’d like to give yourself a challenge with a bit of local flavor, the Sup&Run is a perfect way to do that! You can register for this or other Honolulu Triathlon events online. Participating in this event is a great excuse to plan a visit to Hawaii—not that you need one! Anytime is a good time for a trip to Oahu!
Courtyard by Marriott Waikiki is located near many popular Oahu Events including the Honolulu Triathlon. Our Oahu Hotel is also near dining, shopping, and attractions—including the world-famous Waikiki Beach. If you’re planning a visit, view our current list of Special Offers and call 877.995.2638 to make a reservation at our Oahu Hotel!
*Note about water temperatures: The water temperature will be measured on the morning of the event. If the water is 78 degrees or colder, participants can wear a wetsuit and still be eligible for awards. If the temperature is between 79 and 84 degrees, wetsuits are allowed, but those who wear them will not be eligible for any award. Wetsuits are not allowed at all if the water temperature is above 84 degrees.