She isn't worried about the forecasted humidity.
He just wants to finish.
Approximately 2,500 runners will take part in the Hawaiian race.
It took her fourteen hours, but she did it.
Over 20,000 runners turned out for the event.
The race delivers $100 million in positive economic impact to Hawaii.
She says she walks almost every day and logs dozens of miles a week.
She hadn't run her first marathon until she was 86.
The new additions arrive, because of the cancelled Nagoya Women's Marathon
The nonagenarian marathoner was logging up to 50 miles a week of training.