Results from the 38th Saskatchewan Marathon Elite Athletes Win Marathon and Half Marathon.
Sergii Vashurin won the 2016 Saskatchewan Marathon for the second time with a time of 2:31:35, beating his last years’ time of: 2:37:55 by more than 6 minutes.
Ruslan Kramariuk of Kitsman, Ukraine won the Men’s Half-Marathon in 1:12:19, a personal beat for him.
Photo by Josh Schaefer/GetMyPhoto.ca
Saskatchewan Marathon Elite Application Information
The Saskatchewan Marathon warmly invites competitive and elite runners to apply for complimentary entry to the race. We work hard to organize the premiere running event in Saskatchewan and are developing an even more competitive component for local and international runners alike. In 2017 we will be opening a limited number of spots for both men and women in each of the four events: marathon, half-marathon, 10km and 5km.
How to apply:
We will consider applications in the order they are received as well as the following athletic standards:
|International Men||2:35||International Women||2:55|
|Canadian Men||2:40||Canadian Women||3:00|
|International Men||1:05||International Women||1:17|
|Canadian Men||1:10||Canadian Women||1:20|
|International Men||31:00||International Women||36:00|
|Canadian Men||33:00||Canadian Women||38:00|
|International Men||15:00||International Women||18:00|
|Canadian Men||15:30||Canadian Women||18:30|
Please direct applications and/or inquiries to the Elite Athlete coordinator (email@example.com)
For international runners, we may also be able to accommodate local billeting requests, provided sufficient notice in advance is given.
Check back on January 1 to download the Elite Athlete registration form for 2017
Successful applicants will need to submit a brief running bio and picture for use on the Saskatchewan Marathon website.
- Pre-Race interviews. These will be at a mutually convenient time leading up to and on the race day.
- Media / VIP Reception – TBD
- Awards Ceremony – Race Day We request the presence of the top three finishers at our awards ceremony to receive your laurels.