The Great Aloha Run features the ChronoTrack D-Tag Chip
Timing System. Each D-Tag contains a sensor which is read
at the start and the finish line. The D-Tag transmits a signal
which enables the computer to record your official “gun
time” as well as your “net time” --- taking into account the
actual time that you cross the start line.
In order to get a time, your D-Tag must be worn correctly.
Timing D-Tag must be removed from your run number and
attached to one of your shoes.
Most common reason you will not receive a time Your D-Tag must remain a circle (Do not flatten your D-Tag.)
It must be worn on your shoe, nowhere else. Make sure that
you have attached your D-Tag and not the instructions.
For more instructions on how to attach D-Tag timing chip to your shoe, please go to .
Link will be available after the race
2014 Race Results
2013 Race Results
For questions about your results, please email