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Great Aloha Run 2024 participants race to support Hawaii’s nonprofits

About 12,000 people participated in the 40th Annual Hawai'i Pacific Health Great Aloha Run on Monday, Feb. 19. The 8.15-mile road race began at Aloha Tower Marketplace and ended at the Aloha Stadium. The overall winner and male winner was Davis Kaahanui, 27, who finished with the time of 00:42:01 and the female winner was Arielle Zlotnick, 22, who finished with the time of 00:49:11. Proceeds from the event support scholarship programs and special projects of select Hawaii nonprofit charities.
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Racers get their start early by Aloha Tower Marketplace in downtown Honolulu.
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Racers head down Bishop Street in downtown Honolulu to the start of the race.
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Great Aloha Run participants make their way along the 8.15-mile road race to the Aloha Stadium.
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Active duty soldiers from the 25th Infantry Division lead other military personnel in the Sounds of Freedom segment of the race.
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The elite runners lead the pack at the start of the race along Ala Moana Boulevard near Aloha Tower Marketplace.
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Participants along Ala Moana Boulevard near Aloha Tower Marketplace.
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Participants are seen running and walking at the start of the race.
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Participants head over the parking lot bridge amid the backdrop of the Aloha Stadium at the end of the race.
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Kodah Daniel-Santos, 4, holds out his medal at the finish line.
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David Cheimon takes a selfie after finishing the race. It marked his third time completing the race.
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Farrington High School JROTC members, left to right, Joshua Mapanao, Kenjie Cobrador and Frank Gamiao take a break after the race.
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Pictured at the award ceremony are Connie Comisu, left, Jonathan Lyau, Bryan Min, Grace Chow (third in the women’s division), Bonny Suski (second women’s), Arielle Zlotnick (first women’s), Carole Kai Onouye, Takeki Nakahara, Bob Brennan, Cosmo Brossy (third in the men’s division), Landon Bretre (second men’s) and Davis Ka‘ahanui (first men’s).

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