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Vol. 9, Issue 349 • Monday, December 13, 2004
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Marathon runners pounded down Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki early yesterday morning. Approximately 25,000 entries were received for the 32nd Annual Honolulu Marathon, which starts on Ala Moana Boulevard, winds through downtown back to Waikiki, then out east to Hawaii Kai before returning to the finish line at Kapiolani Park.
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