Awards for the marathon and half marathon will be given to the top five overall male and female finishers, the first male and female master (40+), and the first male and female wheelchair competitor, as determined by gun time.
The half marathon awards ceremony will take place at 9:45 a.m. on Sunday. The charity beneficiary check will be awarded at 11:00 a.m. The marathon awards ceremony will take place at 11:45 a.m.
There are also male and female age-group awards, determined by net time, as follows:
- 19 & under (top 3)
- 20-29 (top 3)
- 30-34 (top 3)
- 35-39 (top 3)
- 40-44 (top 3)
- 45-49 (top 3)
- 50-54 (top 3)
- 55-59 (top 3)
- 60-64 (top 3)
- 65-69 (top 3)
- 70-74 (top 3)
- 75-79 (top 3)
- 80-99 (top 1)
Age-group winners can pick up their awards before the awards ceremonies.
Awards will also be presented to the top three male, female and mixed relay teams, as well as the top three masters teams in each category.
|1st Master M/F||$250||$150|
Double-dipping is allowed only for the first-place masters runners if they also place in the top five overall.
Cash bonuses also will be offered for new course records in the marathon ($500) and half marathon ($250). See our Results section for a list of course records.