Awards

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Prize Money, Awards & Medals

All finishers will receive a finisher’s medal and commemorative glass mug.

Participants are not eligible for multiple awards.

Prize Money & Awards

Up to $6,150 will be distributed to the top 5 runners overall and the overall runner in the masters division.

Prize money awards are equal for men and women. Prize money distribution is based upon gun time results for overall and masters division.

A review of the results will occur prior to prize money disbursements. Decisions of the race referee and jury of appeal are final and cannot be contested. Allow 4-6 weeks for cash prizes.

Overall Cash Prizes

Place Amount
First $1,500
Second $1,250
Third $1,000
Fourth $750
Fifth $400

Master Division Cash Prizes

Place Amount — First $250

Masters division competitors are defined as being 40 years old and older.

Masters division runners are NOT eligible for both overall prize money awards and masters division prize money awards. If a masters division runner qualifies for both, he or she will receive the greater of the two amounts.

Handcycle participants are not eligible to receive awards in the push rim wheelchair division.

Additional Marathon Prize Incentives

First male to break the current marathon course record wins an additional $500
First female to break the current marathon course record wins an additional $500

Age Group Awards — Individuals

The first, second and third place finishers in the following age groups for both men and women will receive awards:

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

There are no cash awards for relay teams. Decisions of the race referee and jury of appeal are final and cannot be contested.

Group Awards

The first, second and third place teams in the following groups will receive awards:

ALL MALE — (Open, Masters*)
ALL FEMALE — (Open, Masters*)
MIXED — Minimum of 2 females (Open, Masters*)
*All team members must meet the age criteria to be entered in the Masters Division.

FAMILY — Any combination from one family (Family or Relations)
CORPORATION — Any combination from one corporation
SCHOOL — Any combination from one school, faculty or students

Prize Money & Awards

Up to $3,850 will be distributed to the top 5 runners overall and the overall runner in the masters division. Prize money awards are equal for men and women.

Prize money distribution is based upon gun time results for overall and masters division.

A review of the results will occur prior to prize money disbursements. Decisions of the race referee and jury of appeal are final and cannot be contested. Allow 4-6 weeks for cash prizes.

Overall Cash Prizes

Place Amount
First $1,000
Second $750
Third $500
Fourth $350
Fifth $250

Master Division Cash Prizes

Place Amount
First $250

Masters division competitors are defined as being 40 years old and older.

Masters division runners are NOT eligible for both overall prize money awards and masters division prize money awards. If a masters division runner qualifies for both, he or she will receive the greater of the two amounts.

Additional Half Marathon Prize Incentives

First male to break the current half marathon course record wins an additional $500
First female to break the current half marathon course record wins an additional $500

Age Group Awards — Individuals

The first, second and third place finishers in the following age groups for both men and women will receive awards:

13-15 years old
16-19 years old
20-24 years old
25-29 years old
30-34 years old
35-39 years old
40-44 years old
45-49 years old
50-54 years old
55-59 years old
60-64 years old
65-69 years old
70-74 years old
75-79 years old
80 years old and older

Awards

Awards are equal for men and women.

Awards distribution is based upon gun time results for overall and masters division.

Decisions of the race referee and jury of appeal are final and cannot be contested.

Overall Awards

Overall Winner $300
Second Place $200
Third Place $100

Masters Division Awards

Overall Masters Winner $150

Masters division competitors are defined as being 40 years old and older.

Masters division runners are NOT eligible for both overall awards and masters division awards. If a masters division runner qualifies for both, he or she will receive the greater of the two amounts.

Age Group Awards — Individuals

The first, second and third place finishers in the following age groups for both men and women will receive awards:

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

Mercy Health Glass City Marathon Elite Entry

The Mercy Health Glass City Marathon and Owens Corning Half Marathon invite athletes to inquire about participation in our event. The race will distribute complimentary entries based on demonstrated past performance. Elite BIB placement is limited and these participants will receive placement in the front of the pack at the beginning of the race.

Each request must provide the web address for the race results that document a comparable performance recorded within the last two years. Please note that the Mercy Health Glass City Marathon does not provide appearance fees, hotel accommodations or travel reimbursement.

Elite Runner Registration is Open

Please submit your request by e-mail with the subject “Elite Entry Request.” The deadline for applications is March 31, 2019. No inquiries will be honored beyond the deadline.

Category

Half Marathon

Marathon

Elite Male 1:08 2:27
Elite Male Masters 1:15 2:40
Elite Female 1:20 3:00
Elite Female Masters 1:25 3:12

Course Records

Aaron Cooper (2018) 2:20:58
Maura Lemon (2018) 2:45:37

Troy Squire (2016) 2:37:57
Catherine Spiess (2015) 3:04:54

John Gathaiya (2017) 01:03:47
Susan Jerotich (2017) 1:13:25

Julius Kiptoo (2018) 1:09:34
Tammy Nowik (2015) 1:25:00

Zero-Tolerance Policy

The Toledo RoadRunners Club has a zero-tolerance policy regarding the use of performance enhancing drugs (PEDS). Any athlete who has been determined to have violated anti-doping rules or policies and is currently serving suspension, whether enforced by the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF), the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), or any other national sports federation is ineligible to compete for any prizes associated with events sponsored by the Toledo RoadRunners Club. The Toledo RoadRunners Club reserves the right to conduct pre and post-competition testing for any and all performance enhancing drugs (PEDS) listed on the current WADA Prohibited List. Any athlete who refuses to submit to anti-doping controls, if selected for testing, shall be disqualified and subject to a lifetime ban from any Toledo RoadRunners event.