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2014 Lowertown Brewery Ottawa 10K Elite Athlete Prizes

Elite entries are now closed.

Note:

  • 10K women: only elite qualify for the prize money due to a separate start (roughly 4 mins ahead of the mass start) for the 10K Gender Competition.
  • For the 10K women masters, athletes should be able to run the 10K under sub 42:00

 

2014 Lowertown Brewery Ottawa 10K Overall Prize (Male & Female) - US Dollars

  • 1st Place - $6,000
  • 2nd Place - $3,500
  • 3rd Place - $2,000
  • 4th Place - $1,200
  • 5th Place - $1000
  • 6th Place - $800
  • 7th Place - $600
  • 8th Place - $500

 

Gender Competition Prize – US Dollars

  • The first athlete to cross the finish line, male or female, will win $4,000 USD – (Women start roughly 4 minutes ahead of the mass start)

 

Record bonus (Male & Female) - US Dollars

A bonus of $2,000 (USD) will be awarded to the winner if they break the existing course records.

Men 27:24 Deriba Merga 2009
Women 31:24 Grace Momanyi

2005

Top Canadians BONUS (MALE/FEMALE) – CDN Dollars

  • 1st Place - $2,000
  • 2nd Place - $1,000
  • 3rd Place - $500

 

CANADIAN NATIONAL RECORD BONUS (MALE/FEMALE)

A bonus of $3,000 (CDN) will be awarded to the top Canadian citizen if they break the national records (set on non-aided courses):

Men 28:17 Paul McCloy 1987
Women 31:44 Lynn Williams 1989

 

MASTERS (MALE/FEMALE) – CDN Dollars 

Top three finishers ages 40+:

  • 1st Place - $500
  • 2nd Place - $250
  • 3rd Place - $125


2014 Ottawa Marathon Elite Athlete Prizes

Elite entries are now closed.

Overall Prize (Male & Female) - US Dollars

  • 1st Place - $ 20,000
  • 2nd Pace - $ 12,000
  • 3rd Place - $ 10,000
  • 4th Place - $ 5,000
  • 5th Place - $ 4,000
  • 6th Place - $ 3,000
  • 7th Place - $ 2,000
  • 8th Place - $ 1,000

 

Fastest Overall Time ever on Canadian Soil

 Pathway Hyundai in Ottawa will award a brand new 2014 Hyundai Sante Fe + $10,000 to the first male and female to break the fastest time ever run on Canadian soil.

Current records:

Men Deressa Chimsa Ethiopia 2:07:05 In Toronto 2013
Women Sharon Cherop Kenya 2:22:43 In Toronto 2010

 

New Event Record – US Dollars

A bonus of $10,000 awarded to the top male and female if they break the event record.

Current records:

Men 2:08:04 Tariku Jufar
2013
Women 2:25:30 Yeshi Esayias 2013

 

Top Canadians* (Male & Female) – CDN Dollars

First                           $5,000

Second                      $2,500

Third                          $1,000

*Must be Members of Athletics Canada & Subject to time restrictions: Male – sub 2:25 + Female –sub 2:50

New Canadian Marathon Record – CDN Dollars

A bonus of $15,000 awarded to the top Canadian if he/she breaks the Canadian national record.

 Current records:

Men 2:10:09 Jerome Drayton 1975  Fukuoka, Japan
Women 2:28:00 Lanni Marchant 2013 Toronto, Canada

 

2013 Marathon Time Bonuses Canadian Athletes

Men  Canadian Athletes(CDN dollars) Women Canadian Athletes(CND dollars)

sub 2:11:30

$5,000

sub 2:30

$5,000

2:11:30 - 2:12:59

$3,000

2:30:00 - 2:32:59

$3,000

2:13:00 - 2:14:59

$1,500

2:33:00 - 2:35:59

$1,500

2:15:00 - 2:19:59

$750

2:36:00 - 2:41:59

$750

Masters (Male and Female) - CDN Dollars

Top three finishers ages 40+:

  •  1st Place – $1,000
  • 2nd Place – $750
  • 3rd Place – $500

 

2013 Ottawa Wheelchair Marathon Elite Prizes

Athletics Canada Championship medals will be awarded to the first three Canadian finishers in each event, who are Athletics Canada members. Prize money will be awarded to the Top 3 Canadians who are also Athletics Canada members.  All prize money is provided by the Host Organizing Committee.

 

For the Wheelchair Marathon Championships:

 

Open Division

Quad Division

1st Place 

$1000

$500

2nd Place 

$750

$400

3rd Place

$500

$300

 

Notes:

  • Athletes must be using a racing chair (IPC Rule 14)
  • For both divisions, if there are 3 or less athletes, only 1st place will receive prize money. 
  • Prize money reduced by 50% if times are slower than 1:50 (men) and 2:00 (women) in the open category and slower than 2:10 (men) and 2:30 (women) in the quad category.
  • Prize money will not be awarded if times are slower than 2:10 (men) and 2:25 (women) in the open category and slower than 2:30 (men) and 2:55 (women) in the quad category.
  • A Time Bonus of $300 bonus for any athletes with times under 1:30 (men) and 1:40 (women)
  • For more information on the Wheelchair Championships, refer to Appendix A.

 

For the Marathon Championships

  • Open – US $114,000 (plus Canadian-soil record bonus of a new 2014 Santa Fe (cash out value $25,000))
  • Canadian-only – C$17,000 (available for times under 2:25 men/ 2:50 women)
    • 1st Place - $5000
      2nd Place - $2500
      3rd Place - $1000
  • Masters - C$4,500

 

Time bonuses:

  • Canadian-only $5000 sub 2:11:30 (men) and sub 2:30:00 (women)
  • Canadian-only $3000 2:11:30-2:12:59 (men) and 2:30:00-2:32:59 (women)
  • Canadian-only $1500 2:13:00-2:14:59(men) and 2:33:00-2:35:59 (women)
  • Canadian-only $750  2:15:00-2:19:59 (men) and 2:36:00-2:41:59 (women)
  • New Canadian National Record $15,000 2:10:09 (men) 2;28:36 (women)
  • New Event record: $10,000 (2:09:34 (men) 2:27:41 (women)
  • New CDN Soil record- 2011 Hyundai car + $10,000 (2:07:05 men/2:22:43 women)

Notes:

  • Runners are eligible to win prize money in more than one category if they qualify.
  • Prize money will be awarded to the Top 3 Canadians who are also Athletics Canada members.
  • The only requirement for Canadian-only time bonus money is that the athlete must be a Canadian citizen.
  • For National Championships award eligibility, please see the Athletics Canada website.

 

For general inquiries about Elite Athletes:

Elite Athlete Coordinator

Manny Rodrigues

Email: [email protected]

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