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Old Koloa Sugar Mill Run
November 12th, 2022 at 7:00 am – 11:00 am
The Rotary Club of Kaua`i is pleased to announce the 20th annual Old Koloa Sugar Mill Run presented by Wilcox Health. The run is set for Saturday, November 12, 2022 at Anne Knudsen Park, Junction Maluhia Rd (RT520) & Emi Rd, Koloa. This is Kauai’s premier 5-Km, 10-Km, Half Marathon Runs, and non-competitive 5-K Walk.
The Half Marathon will start at 7:00 A.M., the 5-K run and walk will start at 7:15 A.M., and the 10-K run will start at 7:30 A.M. The run will include a Continental breakfast and microfiber T-shirt. The Continental breakfast will be served as the first finishers arrive at about 8:00 A.M. The winners will be announced at about 9:30. Awards will go to overall male and female finishers and medals to age group winners. Medals will be provided to all half marathon finishers.
Online registration for the 10K and 5K runs is $40.00 at OldKoloaSugarMillRun.org until Oct 31st. Online late registration for the 10K and 5K runs (Nov 1st – 10th) is $45.00 at OldKoloaSugarMillRun.org. In person late registration for the 10K and 5 K runs (Nov 11th) is $50.00 at the Kukui Grove Shopping center. Online registration for the Half Marathon is $45.00 at OldKoloaSugarMillRun.org until Oct 31st. Online late registration for the Half Marathon (Nov 1st – 10th) is $50.00 at OldKoloaSugarMillRun.org. In person late registration for the Half Marathon (Nov 11th) is $55.00 at the Kukui Grove Shopping center. No race day registration. Early registration is advised to ensure T-shirt size availability. Registration fees are non-refundable. Race packet pickup is on Friday, November 11th between 11 A.M. – 6 P.M. at the Kukui Grove Shopping Mall, food court area behind Ross Dress for Less. Professional timing by JTL Timing who provides an individual time card to each runner at the end of the run. Additional details on the run can be found at www.oldkoloasugarmillrun.org.
Awards for running! Continental Breakfast! Hawaiian music! All proceeds from this event will go toward local scholarships for the University of Hawaii located at the Kauai Community College, and the Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA). Stay after the race for the Continental Breakfast, FREE to all participants, and only $10 for family, friends, and visitors.
This event is made possible by Wilcox Health with additional support from Corteva Agriscience, the County of Kauai, the Salvation Army and other generous sponsors. Mahalo Nui!