December 12, 2010 by USA Post
Honolulu Marathon, Rain or no rain, nearly 22,000 runners have registered to participate in the 2010 Honolulu Marathon, with many more expected to register. Hawaii Convention Center through Friday, marathoner’s anxiety poured in and out of the room. They cautioned against the rain and were dressed more appropriately for the Boston Marathon as the Honolulu Marathon. However, the weather is not dampening “good mood” runners; they just hope it does not worsen. “Once your halfway through a marathon and half-term training that you sort of forget about the humidity, because you are so wrong,” said Kauai resident and marathon for the first time, Teryn Holstrom .
Oregon residents Jon Farmer and his wife Terry Basti believe they brought with them the time Portland.
“We have absolutely. It Gosh!” Said Farmer.
Farmer did add that he is grateful he is not cold.
Inside the marathon at the Hawaii Convention Center, riders gear expo sought protection against the elements.
Ponchos and rain jackets were popular buys Friday, but riders say they are instead of rain, and then faced with the unbearable heat.
“I was expecting nice and sunny and hot, but I’m certainly glad it’s raining. Both he does not pay any marathon, because it’s a lot of bulbs,” said New Hampshire resident Samantha Nyhan.
Farmer will mark its 64th anniversary by launching its 64th marathon. The experienced rider has this advice for running in the rain.
“Take a pair of dry socks because it is the part that will give you blisters and tear your feet, so basically I like running in the rain as socks to take extra dry socks,” said Farmer.
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