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Austin Marathon Weekend

Sunday February 14th, 2021
Austin, Texas
Distance: Marathon · Half Marathon

The 2020 Austin Marathon will celebrate its 30th year running in the capital of Texas. The premier running event in the City of Austin annually attracts runners from all 50 states and 20+ countries around the world. With a downtown finish and within proximity of many downtown hotels and restaurants, the Austin Marathon is the perfect running weekend destination. Come run the roads of The Live Music Capital of the World where there's live music on course. Whether you run 26.2, 13.1, or 5K, the finish line festival will be one to remember!

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Prize Money: $20,000

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Race Date: 02/16/2020 Distance: Marathon
Division Time Name Age Home
Male 2:28:12 William Bertrand 24 San Francisco, CA
2nd Male 2:36:17 Kyle Allen 24 Lincoln, NE
3rd Male 2:37:47 Ryan Normand 24 Pflugerville, TX
4th Male 2:39:22 Daniel Bishop 31 Boise, ID
Female 2:55:18 Sarah Jackson 29 Austin, TX
2nd Female 2:59:55 Elena Oslund 26 San Antonio, TX
3rd Female 3:09:03 Sara Striegel 34 Colorado Springs
4th Female 3:15:20 Nora Colligan 30 Austin, TX
Division Time Name Age Home
M 40-49 2:55:41 Brian Fagan 42 Pflugerville, TX
M 50-59 2:58:44 Russell Orms 50 Lago Vista, TX
M 60-69 3:19:39 Chris Venicx 63 New Braunfels, TX
M 70+ 4:18:10 Scott Beachy 75 Round Rock, TX
F 40-49 3:27:21 Kim Omallwy 41 Conifer, CO
F 50-59 3:51:53 Mary Christine Reed 55 Austin, TX
F 60-69 3:29:26 Gwen Jacobson 63 Rochester, MN
F 70+ 6:26:27 Ken Utzinger 72 Fort Worth, TX
Austin Marathon Weekend

The Austin Marathon and Half-Marathon courses are USATF certified and run through or past some of Austin's most scenic and historic areas, including Lady Bird Johnson Lake, the Allandale and Hyde Park neighborhoods, Congress Avenue, the University of Texas campus, and the State Capitol complex. The gently rolling and shaded course is 90 percent asphalt with long straightaways and 28 turns. The marathon course gains approximately 14 feet per mile over the first 17 miles before dropping more than 33 feet per mile over the final nine miles to the finish on Congress Avenue in the shadow of the State Capitol Building. The route has a total ascent of 591 feet and has a maximum elevation of 764 feet. The elevation at the start is 546 feet.

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