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For the 2022 Stewart McKelvey Fredericton Marathon race weekend, all courses 5k, 8k, 10k, 21.1k and 42.2k are certified.
The True North Pace Bunnies will hop on to the starting line area 30 minutes before start time. The pace bunnies will be holding signs indicating distance and time. Five minutes before the national anthem and start time, the pace bunnies will move into the field of participants.
|Saturday 8k||40 m||45 m||50 m||55 m||1 h|
|Sunday 10k||50 m||55 m||1 h||1 h 05||1 h 10||1 h 15||1 h 20|
|Sunday 21.1k||1 h 50||2 h 10||2 h 30|
|Sunday 42.2k||3 h 45||3 h 45||4 h||4 h 30|
The Fredericton Marathon offers cash awards for breaking the 10k, marathon and half marathon race records. The cash awards for the male and female race records start at $250 for the full marathon and increases by $25 for every year it is not broken to a maximum of $500; For the 1/2 marathon, it starts at $125 and increase by $25 for every year it is not broken to a maximum of $250. For the 10k race, the male and female race records starts at $100 and increases by $25 for every year it is not broken to a maximum of $200. Below are the current cash awards for breaking a race record in 2020.
Men’s 10k Record = $100.00
Women’s 10k Record = $100.000
Men’s Marathon Record = $250.00
Women’s Marathon Record = $325.000
Men’s Half Marathon Record = $125.00
Women’s Half Marathon Record = $250.00
|Marathon||2021||M – Stanley Chiasson, Charlottetown PE||2:29:20|
|2014||F – Paula Keating, Miramichi NB||2:53:57|
|Half-Marathon||2019||M – Lee Wesselius, River Glade NB||1:08:07|
|2021||F – Colleen Wilson, Ancaster ON||1:16:48|
|10km||2021||M – Alex Cyr, Wellington PE||31:27|
|2018||F – Shelley Doucet, Quispamsis NB||35:57|
|8k||2022||M – Steve Dohaney, Fredericton, NB||31:40|
|2022||F – Paula Keating, Miramichi NB||30:55|