May 28th, 2017

Awards & Prizes

The Scotiabank Calgary Marathon is thrilled to announce there is prize money up for grabs for top athlete performances in the Scotiabank Calgary Marathon and the Centaur Subaru 21.1K National Championships on May 28, 2017. There are bonuses for athletes who break the course records and incremental bonuses based on the top female and male marathon times ran in Canada. The elite standards are tough and the competition is sure to be fierce. We look forward to cheering on all athletes on May 28, 2017.

All finishers will receive a finishing medal when they cross the finish line and will be able to download a finisher's certificate. 

Marathon Course Record Bonus:

The male marathon course record on the current course was set in 2015 by Jonathon Chesoo  (Eldoret, Int) with a time of 2:17:12

The female marathon course record on the current course was set in 2015 by Lioudmilla Kortchaguina (Markham, Ont ) with a time of 2:48:24. 

There is a $1,000 bonus prize for the top female and male finishers to break the respective records.

The following bonuses are based on the respective Canadian Marathon Records.

Male                                              Female

Sub 2:20:00 - +$1000                   Sub 2:38:00 - +$1000

Sub 2:18:00 - +$1000                   Sub 2:35:00 - +$1000

Sub 2:16:00 - +$1000                   Sub 2:33:00 - +$1000

Sub 2:15:00 - +$1000                   Sub 2:32:00 - +$1000

Gun Time is the OFFICIAL time. All awards and finishing positions are based on the time from the start of the race (GUN) to when you cross the finish line as per IAAF, Athletics Canada and AB Athletics standards. 

National Championships Update

The Calgary Marathon Society is thrilled to host the Centaur Subaru 21.1K National Championships, as awarded by Athletics Canada, from 2015 to 2018.

Only Canadian Citizens are eligible to be declared Canadian Champions and receive a medal, award, or financial recognition. MORE HERE under rule 86b

To ensure excellence of the championship races, elite runners may be subject to drug testing. Athletes having positive drug test results will have their cases investigated and CMS reserves the right to withhold any and all prize money until any such investigation has been completed. 

Race Weekend Awards

Awards & Prizes*

Scotiabank 42.2KM overall fastest male and female

1st      $3,500**
2nd    $2,000**
3rd     $1,000** 

**Male top finishers must finish under 2:30 in the marathon to take full purse. 50% take for Male top finishers with times over 2:30 hours. Female top finishers must finish under 2:55 in the marathon. 50% take for Female top finishers over 2:55 hours.

Centaur Subaru 21.1KM overall fastest male and female (Canadian Only Prize Money and winners must be a member of Athletics Canada  - This is a National Championships) If you're competing for prize money - please become a member HERE

1st      $5,000***
2nd    $3,000***
3rd     $2,000***

4th     $1,000***

5th     $750***

6th     $550***

7th     $400***

8th     $300***

***Male top finishers must finish under 1:10 in the 21.1K to take full purse. 50% take for Male top finishers with times over 1:10 hours. Female top finishers must finish under 1:20 in the 21.1K. 50% take for Female top finishers over 1:20 hours.

Jugo Juice 10K overall fastest male and female

1st     $200 Running Room Gift Certificate

2nd    $100 Running Room Gift Certificate
3rd     $50  Running Room Gift Certificate

50K Ultra overall fastest male and female

1st      Beef, Boots & Beer:  Cowboy Boots from Alberta Boot Company, AAA Alberta Beef from Community Meats and a flat of beer.

2nd    Beef & Beer: AAA Alberta Beef from Community Meats, and a flat of beer.
3rd     Beer: A flat of Beer

*You must be present at the awards to be eligible for your prize money, which is mailed by cheque within 30 days of the race.

2017 Canadian Only Prize Money

The Scotiabank Calgary Marathon supports local athletes and is pleased to offer Canadian only prize money in the Marathon in addition to our regular prize money. Thank you to IMPACT Magazine for their generous  contribution to the prize money awarded to the top Canadian male and female Scotiabank Calgary Marathon athletes.

Scotiabank 42.2KM

1st     $1,000
2nd   $500
3rd    $300

Proof of Canadian citizenship or status of landed immigrant is necessary to qualify for Canadian only prize money. A top three Canadian athlete who also places top overall is eligible to receive both the Canadian prize and the overall prize.

Awards Schedule

Race Race Start Time Awards Start time
50K Ultra 7:00 AM NOON
Scotiabank Marathon 7:00 AM 11:00 AM
Centaur Subaru 21.1K 7:00 AM 9:15 AM
Jugo Juice 10K 11:00 AM 12:30 PM
GoodLife Fitness 5K 1:00 PM n/a

 

The Altra Confederation 150K Solo awards are at 1:30 PM 

The Altra Confederation 150K Relay awards will be available inside the Grandstand at Age Category Awards table.

National Age Category Trophies will be presented at 10:15 AM indoors on the stage near results to the top 3 male and female finishers in each age category in the Centaur Subaru 21.1K.

Additional awards

Trophies will be awarded to the first three male and female runners in the following age categories; top overall winners will not be included in age category awards. 

The Confederation 150K Ultra Marathon SOLO 

Male & Female top prizes only

1st 

2nd 

3rd 

The Confederation 150K Ultra Marathon RELAY

Open
Masters
Men
Women
Corporate

50K Ultra Marathon

19-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60+

Scotiabank 42.2KM

16-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80+

Centaur Subaru 21.1KM National Championship Age Category Awards

14-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80+

Jugo Juice 10K

14 & under, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80+

5K Family Walk & Run

9 & under, 10-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80+

2016 Top Finishing Times

Ultra Marathon 50KM

Male                                           Time              Female                                     Time

1. Jacob Puzey (Canmore, AB)  3:06:21      1. Jessica Mueller (Calgary, AB)     3:55:18

2. Calum Neff (Katy, TX)            3:08:58      2. Adrianna Wild (Calgary, AB)       4:03:00

3. Eric Reyes (Calgary, AB)        3:16:58      3. Debbie Reed (Calgary, AB)         4:05:42
 

Scotiabank 42.2KM

Male Time   Female Time
1. Jonathan Chesoo (Eldoret, Int) 2:21:55   1. Andrea Glover (Nanton, AB) 3:02:14
2. Gelaw Siraw (Ethiopia) 2:25:07   2. Tara Risling (Cochrane, AB) 3:09:24

3. Mohamed Oumaarir (GUE)

2:27:46   3.Isha Sharif (Calgary, AB) 3:20:53

Centaur Subaru 21.1KM

Male Time   Female Time
1. Thomas Toth (Plaistow, NH) 1:07:27   1.  Emily Setlack (Cold Lake, AB) 1:15:45
2. Sami Jibril (Toronto, ON) 1:08:06   2.  Krista Duchene (Branford, ON) 1:16:35
3. Terence Attema (Abbotsford, BC) 1:08:42   3.  Maria Zambrano (Calgary, AB) 1:18:42

 
JUGO JUICE 10K

Male Time   Female Time
1. Daniel Kipkoech (Lethbridge, AB) 30:32   1. Jessica O'Connell (Calgary, AB) 35:27
2. Pius Korir (Surrey, BC) 30:53   2. Claire Sumner (Calgary, AB) 36:44
3. Leonard Yegen (Nairobi, KEN) 31:08   3. Alecia Kallos (Edmonton, AB) 36:57

 

Gun Time is the OFFICIAL time. All awards and finishing positions are based on the time from the start of the race (GUN) to when you cross the finish line as per IAAF, Athletics Canada and AB Athletics standards. 

To ensure excellence of all races, elite runners may be subject to drug testing. Athletes having positive drug test results will have their cases investigated and CMS reserves the right to withhold any and all prize money until any such investigation has been completed.