Sunday January 16th, 2022
Distance: Marathon · Half Marathon · 5K
The Chevron Houston Marathon offers participants a unique running experience in America's fourth largest city. The fast, flat, scenic single-loop course has been ranked as the "fastest winter marathon" and "second fastest marathon overall" by Ultimate Guide To Marathons. Additionally, with more than 200,000 spectators annually, the Chevron Houston Marathon enjoys tremendous crowd support.
Established in 1972, the Houston Marathon Committee, Inc. (HMC), a Running USA Founding Member, annually organizes the nation's premier winter marathon, half-marathon and 5K. In 2012, more than 20,000 runners participated in three race weekend events organized by 7,500 volunteers, creating Houston's largest single-day sporting event. HMC has hosted numerous world-renowned road races, including the 2012 U.S. Men's and Women's Olympic Trials - Marathon on January 14, as well as the USA Men's and Women's Half Marathon Championships since 2005 and 2007 respectively, and the 1992 U.S. Women's Olympic Trials Marathon.
|Male||2:08:36||Kelkile Woldaregay Gezahegn||23||ETH|
|2nd Male||2:10:37||Bonsa Dida||24||ETH|
|3rd Male||2:11:04||Amanuel Mesel||29||ERI|
|4th Male||2:11:36||Benson Seurei||41||USA|
|2nd Female||2:24:47||Biruktayit Degefa Eshetu||29||ETH|
|3rd Female||2:24:50||Malindi Elmore||39||CAN|
|4th Female||2:24:54||Meseret Belete||20||ETH|
|M 40-49||2:11:36||Benson Seurei||41||USA|
|M 50-59||2:20:03||Saul Mendoza||53||USA|
|M 60-69||2:58:18||Antonio Arreola||60||USA|
|M 70+||3:55:10||Chun Shin Chen||70||USA|
|F 40-49||2:34:00||Wendy Larsen||48||USA|
|F 50-59||2:55:28||Fiona Bayly||52||USA|
|F 60-69||3:38:26||Pam Butler||62||USA|
|F 70+||4:31:50||Suzan Olson||70||USA|
The Chevron Houston Marathon and Aramco Houston Half Marathon use a single start line for both races. The start features four corrals with the first corral starting at 7:01 a.m. Corrals B and C will follow the A Corral using a pulsed start method – three minute time intervals separating the corrals – to reduce course congestion. Corral D will follow immediately after the C corral with no pulsed intervals. Corral assignments are determined by the predicted finish time of each runner indicated during registration. Corral A seeding is by request only, and the deadline to submit a qualifying time is November 30, 2018.