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Overall Rating (14 Reviews)
4.4
(14 Ratings)(14 Reviews)
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3.5
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4.9
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4.2
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3.6
The Maui Oceanfront Marathon is community event benefiting local school teams, clubs, and Maui non-profit groups that help put on the Marathon. The Maui Oceanfront Marathon starts just below the Wailea special event parking area on Wailea Iki Road. The course starts on Wailea Alanui Drive near the Shops of … MORE
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    Supersweep REPEAT RUNNER '19

    I paced a first time runner in 2019, so I got to spend more time taking in the course in a way I had not done in previous years. The … MORE

    I paced a first time runner in 2019, so I got to spend more time taking in the course in a way I had not done in previous years. The scenery is magnificent. If you look at the course map you may be inclined to think that because it follows the coast that it is flat. It isn’t. There are hills, though they are almost exclusively confined to the first half. Because the view is so good, you probably won’t realize until after the race how hilly the first bit was.
    It is an early start. It will become apparent why two-thirds in. Maui gets warm so the race needs to start early to avoid the midday sun. You need a headlamp for the first part of the race. Buy a good one. There is a big difference in performance between a cheap one and a quality one, and you can leave it at an aid station to collect at the finish.
    Race number pick up is easy, the swag is quality, the aid stations are community-based and enthusiastic and the race finish is well catered and attended.
    I love this event. I have taken my family every year we have been able to travel, and I will continue to do so. It is well organized, well executed, and it supports the community. And it is staged in one of the most beautiful places on earth. Don’t think about it. Just sign up. You won’t regret it.

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    ssabol1562 FIRST-TIMER '19

    First off, it's Hawaii in January so you should consider this race for that alone! Overall this was a nice race. Started at 6:30 AM so you caught the sunrise … MORE

    First off, it’s Hawaii in January so you should consider this race for that alone!

    Overall this was a nice race. Started at 6:30 AM so you caught the sunrise to over the ocean on your way out (it’s an out-and-back course). This helped but after the sun got up in the sky it was really hot and humid (Note..I don’t think that there is a race in Hawaii that’s not hot and humid).

    There is only a minor elevation change on the course but it is more uphill on the way back. Water stops for the most part were plentiful but there was a point early and late in the race where there was almost 2.5 miles between water stops. That hurt on the way back when it was hot. Other than that they were every 1 to 1.5 miles.

    My only real concern with this race is that they can’t really close down the road so all runners are coned off in the berm which isn’t very wide. Since it’s an out-and-back course it got really tight at points and some runners were pushed into the lane against oncoming traffic. I know it’s tough to get a 13.1 mile course that is close to the lodging on the island and doesn’t block off many roads but it would be nice if the race director tried.

    The medal was nice but a nicer ribbon on it would have made it better. Shirt was a white dry-fit shirt with artwork on it by a local artist. Other than that there was not a lot of extra perks..but again, it’s Hawaii and that is the best perk you can have.

    One awesome thing this race does that most do not is to celebrate the runners who are finishing their 50th state that day. All those runners get bib #50 so they can be easily identified by the crowd and they got an awesome bonus medal celebrating their 50 state finish at a ceremony after the race.

    Overall, the pros outweigh the cons on this race…I recommend it for Hawaii

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    AA41 FIRST-TIMER '19

    Amazing race. You are running along the ocean the entire marathon. You start before the sun rises and we had a spectacular full moon. There is not one lull in … MORE

    Amazing race. You are running along the ocean the entire marathon. You start before the sun rises and we had a spectacular full moon. There is not one lull in beauty on the whole course. The first 10 miles or so is along the ocean in some cool towns, then you run along the water through a nature sanctuary area, all the while seeing the sun start to rise begin you over Haleakala. You then run about ten miles on a super scenic road with crashing waves and cliffs on one side of you and desert like mountains on the other side. Runner’s were literally stopping and just taking pictures. Course was basically flat and volunteers were awesome- super nice and enthusiastic. Aid stations had water, Gatorade, and fresh fruits and treats later on. Plenty of aid stations and bathrooms. Most of the time you are running in a nice wide bike late about 8 feet wide. Post race is on a beautiful beach with water, fruit, snacks and some amazing homemade healthy bars. I saw 3 whales during the race. You will not regret doing this race. Race director was very informative and responsive to questions. Tee shirt and medal are beautiful.

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    erbVanZan FIRST-TIMER '17

    How can you not like see whales as you run? The second half of course was harder but also more beautiful because it was light. First 10 miles for me … MORE

    How can you not like see whales as you run? The second half of course was harder but also more beautiful because it was light. First 10 miles for me was before sunrise, so can’t see scenery that way. Special all weekend for marathoners, like the dinner cruise! Love the shirt designs from the local artist unique each year!

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    jenengeberg FIRST-TIMER '18

    Extremely well organized with fantastic communication from the race director. With gorgeous views and whale spottings all along the course, this race will NOT disappoint. The communication from the director … MORE

    Extremely well organized with fantastic communication from the race director. With gorgeous views and whale spottings all along the course, this race will NOT disappoint. The communication from the director is constant and extremely amusing. Be sure to add hills into your training. I mentioned the gorgeous views, which you will find among the rolling shoreline of Maui. Therefore, make hills your friend. I highly recommend this marathon for the course, the organization, and the overall experience!

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    aleckrone23 REPEAT RUNNER '18

    Most beautiful course I have run! This year we had to run a small stretch on the dark sand which was inconvenient, and slowed me down a lot. Other than … MORE

    Most beautiful course I have run! This year we had to run a small stretch on the dark sand which was inconvenient, and slowed me down a lot. Other than that the people were amazing, and I would love to do this race again!

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    LHAMPT20 FIRST-TIMER '18

    I thought it was kind of dangerous, a lot of runners in all races on the side of the busy highway but it was pretty that you could see the … MORE

    I thought it was kind of dangerous, a lot of runners in all races on the side of the busy highway but it was pretty that you could see the ocean most of the time.

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    ravyoly FIRST-TIMER '18

    This was my first time running the Maui Oceanfront Marathon (MOM) and it it happened to be their 11th anniversary. I registered because a very good friend of mine, my … MORE

    This was my first time running the Maui Oceanfront Marathon (MOM) and it it happened to be their 11th anniversary. I registered because a very good friend of mine, my best buddy, and co-RaceRaves am-badass-ador, Mike Beckwith posted about it on our Brazen Racing FB running group. Registration was about $109. I thought about participating in this event because I’ve always loved going on runcations (a running vacay) and even though I have been to Hawaii several times in the past, I have never participated in an event there.

    Months before Marathon
    The race director sent emails like it was their only job. My email account was flooded with “NAG” emails. Some were informational but it was also entertaining.

    Days before the Marathon:
    I learned from the MOM race timeline they had posted on their website that the Valley Isle Runners have practice runs on Wednesdays. I decided to do this a few hours after landing to Maui. The run was led by Jim Lynch, a very nice dude. I learned that he’s the author of the book called, “One foot over the other.” He is also the co- race director of Maui Marathon. Glad I got to meet him and hope to come back to Maui again in the near future to run with him and the group of runners from the Valley Isle Road Runners.

    FALSE MISSILE ALERT – Yes…It happened and it happened the day before the marathon. Yes, it was scary and crazy. I’m happy it was a false alarm, but it got me worked up mentally and emotionally for sure. Whether or not this was a factor on race day performance….possibly?

    Bib Pick Up: We decided to pick up our bib on Saturday at Pioneer Inn in Lahaina. It’s a very small expo and the bib pick up was effortless. You get your bib number from the list posted outside where they also sell merchandise. You then go inside, show your ID, and you are given your bib and shirt.

    Race Day:
    A 3:30 am shuttle bus took us from Lahaina (where our hotel was) to the start at Wailea. The race starts at 5 am, hence, the reason it was advised to us to bring headlamps. I’m glad I had mine. There was an option to start earlier. Upon looking back, I should have taken this option. The course was deceiving. It didn’t have steep elevations but what made this difficult for me was the heat and humidity. I didn’t finish at the time I had hoped because I had a problem with my left foot. I may have wrapped the tape on my toes a bit too constricting than usual and the Injinji socks I had on didn’t help. I’m sure my feet were swollen from the heat and that didn’t help. I pretty much walked and hobbled the last 8 miles. This is definitely my worst marathon finish time. As a positive, I’m glad I finished and didn’t drop. There were a few times on the course I thought I may not make it because of the heat, but I persevered. I”m glad that I brought salt tablets and my ice bandana. Luckily they had ice at the aid stations and that really helped me with the heat. At the finish, I saw that my best buddy already showered, cleaned up, and was sporting his flip-flops. He ran with and filmed me the last couple of yards to the finish. I got my medal and didn’t bother to see if there were food or snacks. At this point I just wanted to get to the hotel to make sure my foot was ok. When I took off my socks and shoes it felt a whole lot better. The next day I was able to walk just fine.

    Things I did right:
    Brought my handheld hydration, headlamp, salt tabs, ice bandana, hat, and sunglasses. Glad I did not worry about bringing plastic bags and rubber bands to put on over my shoes and to take off after, just to run on the sand for about 3 minutes due to a detour we had to take on the beach because of road construction. The key to running on the sand is to run closer to the water where the sand is packed, not loose.

    What I learned from this race that I would do differently if I were to run it again:
    Take the early start option; it’s not like I’m going for an age group win. Drink/hydrate. Don’t tape my toes to tightly and give them room to expand because of the heat.

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    M_Sohaskey Jan 19, 2018 at 1:43am

    Maui sounds like the best personal worst ever! Can't imagine any place I'd rather have my slowest marathon time... and like you said, who shows up at the start line in Maui gunning for an age group win? Great job toughing out those last 8 miles, and glad your foot was ok... your story reminds me of the Berlin Marathon in 2014 when I tied both shoes too tight and ended up running like half the race with limited circulation to both my feet. Not only that, but I'd double-knotted them and was chasing a PR, so it wasn't like I could just stop real quick and re-tie them. :( But YAY you finished, and that's what matters! Glad I had my own marathon last weekend to help keep my FOMO in check (though we ended up getting iced-in while you guys... well...). And yes, I'm guessing that false alarm didn't help your pre-race routine, that would have thrown anyone off their game. So proud of all 3 of you, fighting off the heat and humidity and everything else the island threw at you to conquer the day. And really, has anything ever tasted better than that post-race mai tai? Ho'omaika'i 'ana!

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    TerriB FIRST-TIMER '18

    The scenery along the ocean was the amazing. It was so awesome to listen to the ocean and watch whales breach while doing a half marathon. Its a pretty flat … MORE

    The scenery along the ocean was the amazing. It was so awesome to listen to the ocean and watch whales breach while doing a half marathon. Its a pretty flat course, which is always a plus in my opinion. I like the medal and even has the island of Maui and turtles on the back. Ice water at the finish was a bonus!!!
    The Race did a great job of recognizing individuals completing goals, such as; 50 state marathon, 50 state half marathon and they even got number 50 on the bibs and an extra medal.
    I was only my 17th state, but, great to see the individuals recognized <3
    Things I felt could be improved, lights by the porta potties in the morning, more garbage cans, clear course of debris, music before start.
    All said, I would recommend this half marathon.

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    RunnerMeg FIRST-TIMER '18

    I finished my 50 States Marathon quest at the Maui Oceanfront Marathon and what a way to finish! Les makes this race fun from start to finish, starting from the … MORE

    I finished my 50 States Marathon quest at the Maui Oceanfront Marathon and what a way to finish! Les makes this race fun from start to finish, starting from the day you register. Communication is frequent and quite humorous much of the time. Emails also come full of great info for anyone with a few days to spend on Maui, which is very helpful given the number of tours and things to do.

    Packet pickup takes place in two locations over two days so it’s pretty convenient regardless of where you’re staying. We rented a VRBO house in Lahaina which was walking distance to everything on Front St/waterfront, including packet pickup.

    There are shuttles Race morning but my husband drove my friend and me to the start. There’s also an early start option (the regular start is 5am to avoid the heat as much as possible). Before each wave there’s a Hawaiian blessing which is very cool. Fifty staters finishing their journeys all get bib #50 and line up across the front row for the start which is a nice touch. All total there’s probably around 400ish runners I think (wild guess).

    The course itself is very pretty. We had a detour this year that ran along the beach on the hard packed sand for a couple of hundred yards; the RD planned ahead and advised runners to put baggies on their shoes. They had volunteers assisting at the beginning and end of this portion. It ended up being a nice detour by the water with tiki torches in the darkness.

    There are some rolling hills in the middle section but then the course flattens out to the end in Lahaina. There is some shade along the way (after the sun comes up of course) but not a ton. Lots of aid stations though. We saw whales breaching along the way which was spectacular. I’d say the only downside to the race is the traffic along the highway. Runners use the shoulder and it’s a main thoroughfare with nonstop traffic coming toward you. I don’t know that anything could be done about this, I’m sure the city wouldn’t close that main road down for anything. In any other race it would have been a major negative. In Maui it was a minor bummer because of the scenery on the left!

    MOM gives fifty state finishers a special medal in addition to the marathon medal which is a very nice touch.

    All in all I really liked this race. I’m normally a 3:40-3:50 runner but ran with my friend at his pace, so we were out for a lot longer. I was worried about the heat initially but honestly the breeze made a huge difference and I never felt like it was that bad; I’ve certainly run in worse heat. I’d definitely recommend this race for fifty staters or anyone looking for a great race in Hawaii. Much better location than Oahu in my opinion. Make sure you do some snorkeling with Maui Snorkel Charters, do some whale watching, and take in the beautiful luau at Old Lahaina Luau grounds on Front St. Sunrise on Haleakalā is also amazing! Aloha!

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    greeneyegirl9 FIRST-TIMER '18

    This was my first time running this marathon. I have ran in Tahoe with this race director and knew they would not disappoint. You will get loads of information on … MORE

    This was my first time running this marathon. I have ran in Tahoe with this race director and knew they would not disappoint. You will get loads of information on where to stay, what to see, meet up for social runs before and after race, where good places are to eat and even where to purchase awesome shirts. My fellow travel run friend Mike Beckwith posted a nice long review above and I will add that as a back of the pack marathoner it’s a good idea to carry your own sunblock as after the sun comes up it is on your back the whole race. Also, they do have a little bit of food at some aid stations like watermelon, grapes, cliff bars, pretzels, if you need more I suggest packing that as well. How can you go wrong running in a place like this (minus our missle scare) !! Book it and enjoy the sea and palm trees. Aloha !!!!

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    M_Sohaskey Jan 16, 2018 at 10:55am

    Congrats, Shanna! Not an easy race in that heat, but definitely worth taking your time and enjoying the day. Even without the missile scare, it sounds like an unforgettable morning. And good call running with Les again – he's a great guy who really appreciates/respects the island and culture, and who wants his runners to be able to do the same. Wish I could've been there to run alongside you guys, but probably best you and I didn't run together – we would've bought up all the sunblock on the island! :-) Thanks for an awesome review, and enjoy the best part of the process – the well-deserved post-race recovery!

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    mikebeckwith Jan 16, 2018 at 10:53am

    Great review Shanna. Very helpful to bring up the sun part. I completely forgot about that! When are we doing this one again? :)

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    TBurgess FIRST-TIMER '18

    The headline tells you all you really need to know. Maui in January was just too great to pass up. The views during the half marathon were great. Even saw … MORE

    The headline tells you all you really need to know. Maui in January was just too great to pass up. The views during the half marathon were great. Even saw some whales off in the distance while running.

    Other great things to know:
    + Fantastic communication via email to keep you informed & slightly entertained (“MOM Nags”).
    + You can meet the artist that designed the shirt immediately after pick up and he’ll autograph your shirt for no charge.
    + Water with ICE and good healthy snacks at the end.
    + Free massages after the race (“free” but you should tip the massage therapist students).
    + MOM really makes it special for 50 Staters that made Maui their final destination for their achievement.

    My personal advice:
    + Get to know the area before the race. The free parking lot will be difficult to find, if you try it in the morning in the dark.
    + On that note, you don’t have to stay in Lahaina if you rent a car. Traffic is light in the morning & race location is easy to get to. Plus, free parking lot is just 1 block from finish, so no need to check a bag. We stayed at Royal Kahana which was only 20 minute drive away, during the morning.
    + Drink lots of water; even more than you usually do. When the sun comes up, it will be humid.
    + Enjoy the beauty; the views of the ocean, the sound of the waves, the oceanfront breeze, the canopy of what I call “bonsai” trees but not sure if that is what they are really called, watch for whales, etc. This is one event that you definitely should not be focused on PR, IMO.

    Now some nit-picky comments that I hope doesn’t deter anyone, but in hopes it helps for others to know. The list may look like a lot, but none of these are deal breakers. Maybe the race director will take the advice and resolve in the future, if he/she feels they are issues that need addressed.
    – The morning start for the half marathon is very dark and uneventful.
    – The portapotties are nearly impossible to see. They really need to put some kind of lights. Plus, portapotties have no hooks to hang your stuff so you’re stuck holding everything (or putting it on the floor…yuck) and they have not hand sanitizer or a wash basin outside (again…yuck).
    – There is no music to get you pumped up, so bring your own adrenaline jams. No chocolate milk after, which I’ve grown to expect.
    – There was a little debris in a couple (literally like two or three places), which I would normally expect to be cleaned up by race coordinators the evening before or morning of, to avoid injuries.
    – Very few garbage bins/cans in the finish area.
    – Personally, I think they should have a couple of volunteers guiding people where/how to park. It is so dark, it’s hard to really get around to see where open spots are. Plus, there were people that basically parked in two spots. It was pretty much a cluster in the free lot. I’m sure, with 3 or 4 volunteers guiding people with some flashlights, it would go much smoother and fit more people in the lot.

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    M_Sohaskey Jan 16, 2018 at 11:07am

    Great job Travis, on the race and the review! As I write this I'm snowed-in in Houston, so I read your review twice just to warm up. :) Glad to hear the course takes full advantage of its beautiful surroundings... and whales even? Wow, I've never seen that at a marathon, not even Big Sur. Appreciate too your recommendations for improving the race, since small but insightful changes can make a big difference, even in Maui. Congrats on adding state 17 to your map, it's coloring in nicely!

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    mikebeckwith FIRST-TIMER '18

    This race was so awesome! It is my slowest marathon, but I loved it! I will definitely be back. Here are my quick thoughts on this race, before I forget, … MORE

    This race was so awesome! It is my slowest marathon, but I loved it! I will definitely be back. Here are my quick thoughts on this race, before I forget, and fall asleep. 🙂 If you have any specific questions, please feel free to ask.

    This race starts in Wailea. And runs point to point, up the coast, 26.2 miles, up to Lahaina. We stayed in Lahaina, literally one block from the finish. I highly recommend this! There are busses that take people back to the start if you stay there, but let me tell you… there is nothing more awesome than finishing a race, going right to your room, and showering/changing, and being back at the finish line in no time flat. 🙂 There is an early bus that leaves from Lahaina to the start at 3:30am. The race starts at 5:00 am (and there are some earlier start options). The sun doesn’t rise until 7:04am (today’s sunrise time). So, yes, that’s first two hours in the dark. SO AWESOME, and WAY COOLER. 🙂
    The start was pretty fun too. Not a ton of runners, so bathroom lines are short and quick. They also had Hawaiian spiritual elders (I think they were called) and they did chants and blessed us and the course. A really amazing experience. They also walked around afterwards and greeted people.
    Ok, this is sort of all over the place, but I’m tired. lol
    They suggested head lamps for people (which you can drop off part way through the race). I actually wore my lamp the entire time, and it didn’t bother me. The first 7 miles or so is streets/bridges/etc, and lit enough to run without one. This year there was a road that washed out, so there was a slight detour at mile 7. It was less than 1/4 mile long, but was literally on the beach. ON THE BEACH. How cool is that? Lots of people were putting on plastic bags with rubber bands (suggested by the RD) to do this part, which was great for them, but my friends and I did not (we are trail runners, so a little sand never bothered us). 🙂
    Aid stations: There were plenty!! I can’t even count how many. Maybe 10! Lots of amazing volunteers. In latter AS there were things like Gu, watermelon, Otterpops (the little girl that gave me one around mile 18 or so was my little angel!). The beginning ones had just water. It sort of felt like they weren’t sure what to do when I just wanted my bottle filled, but I don’t fault them. They were always super nice! There were things like AS at Carls Jr, that was ran by CJ employees. That was cool.
    Views: UM, you’re in MAUI!! OMG the views were spectacular!! Seeing the sun rise over the mountains was just simply breathtaking.
    Live results: They called it live results, but I read it as live tracking so I posted it. 🙂 There were no times, other than the finish. My bad.
    Emails from the RD: Ok, I’ll admit, he sends a ton of email, but you can unsubscribe, but do so at your own peril. lol. I didn’t read them all, but I did towards the event day. I’ll just say the emails are quite comical at times. Don’t be a C- student. (you’ll see what that means if you ever do this race.)
    Weather. First 2 hours are before the sun rises, which was amazing. But when the sun came out, the humidity came quick. I am from the Bay Area, so 60% humidity was like running in water. 🙂
    There are a couple really small climbs (total elev gain on this course is less than 600′. Miles 10-16 have some good rollers, then basically net downhill after that.
    Overall it’s an amazing race.
    Smaller race. Great views. Great people. And, even if it’s your slowest marathon… YOU’RE IN MAUI!!
    Mahalo

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    M_Sohaskey Jan 16, 2018 at 10:35am

    Amazing review, Mike! Though sorry you got your feet sandy. :-) And now my FOMO is back, stronger than before. Sounds like an awesome way to take your time and see the island, it really is a destination like no other, isn't it? Big Sur, Maui... I'd say you're doing well in your choice of marathons! Hope I get the chance to follow in your sandy footsteps soon. Congrats and Aloha!

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    mikebeckwith Jan 16, 2018 at 11:00am

    Mahalo Mike. Don’t be sorry. :) We actually got no sand in shoes from running on the beach that short distance. We stayed on the hard pack and was amazing (oh and there were Tiki Torches to guide you). (Not sure why Tiki and Torches are capitalized, but hey, lol). Anyway. Thanks for the comments bud. Look forward to seeing you soon!

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    DrewNYC FIRST-TIMER '15

    Be prepared for the heat. Race starts before the sun comes up (thankfully), having a headlamp is a plus. Definitely make this a destination race - spend time on Maui. MORE

    Be prepared for the heat. Race starts before the sun comes up (thankfully), having a headlamp is a plus. Definitely make this a destination race – spend time on Maui.

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