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How to follow 2023 FirstEnergy Akron Marathon, Half Marathon & Team Relay

The FirstEnergy Akron Marathon, Half Marathon, & Team Relay takes place on Saturday. You can follow live results on Mtec Results. Don't miss the action today.

Akron Marathon, Half Marathon & Team Relay 2023 live results
Akron Marathon, Half Marathon & Team Relay 2023 live results

The 2023 FirstEnergy Akron Marathon, Half Marathon & Team Relay are set to take place in Akron, Ohio, on Saturday morning (30), and you can follow the live results and updates of this lively event. The event, which takes place through the city of Akron, will highlight several of the area’s landmarks.

Live results will be available via Mtec Results so fans who cannot attend can follow the action using their mobile device, tablet, or laptop. Click here for the live real-time results. Zachary Hoagland and Alysia Rogers were crowned champions at last year’s event, running respective times of 2:25:57 and 2:49:14.

Racers competing in the 2023 FirstEnergy Akron Marathon, Half Marathon & Team Relay begin in downtown Akron and travel across the All-America Bridge within the first mile.

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Thereafter, they will wind through a course past the Akron Art Museum, The University of Akron, Firestone Park, the Towpath Trail, Sand Run Parkway, Stan Hywet estate, and Highland Square.

There are several prize money and additional incentives for the finishers in both the

FirstEnergy Akron Marathon Awards and Prize Money

*NOTE: Athletes can only be eligible for prize money in the event in which they are registered for.  All Overall and Master’s awards are based on Gun Time, not Chip Time.

Marathon Open Division Prize Money

  • Men’s & Women’s First Place: $2,500 plus Champion Brouse Cup
  • Men’s & Women’s Second Place: $1,500
  • Men’s & Women’s Third Place: $1,000

Marathon Masters Division Prize Money

  • Masters Men’s & Women’s First Place: $500 plus Champion Brouse Cup
  • Masters Men’s & Women’s Second Place: $375
  • Masters Men’s & Women’s Third Place: $250
Ato Stephens is a former Trinidad and Tobago 400 metres specialist, who is a two-time CAC Championships Silver medalist, NCAA Indoor champion and Olympian.

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