Defending champion Mike Wardian hopes to secure the $15,000 prize.
The race delivers $100 million in positive economic impact to Hawaii.
The men's winner didn't take the lead until mile 17.
She hadn't run her first marathon until she was 86.
She's trying to qualify for the Ironman Triathlon World Championships.
Regardless of the decline in Japanese runners, they still will spend $100 million on tourism.
The 2009 XTERRA Trail Running World Championships took place this past weekend in Hawaii. Max King of Oregon and Kiwi Fiona Docherty took
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