XXXXX Marathon 2022: start time, map, start/finish point, live stream, terrain, last winner, favorites to win
On Sunday, February 27, we will see the return of the Cowtown Marathon to Fort Worth, Texas. Due to COVID concerns in 2021, the marathon portion of the race weekend has been canceled and this year’s event is being monitored for weather issues. Head over to https://cowtownmarathon.org/ for any updates on this weekend’s race weather. The Cowtown Marathon is a qualifying event for the Boston Marathon.
The full marathon is scheduled to begin Sunday at 7:00 a.m. Central or 8:00 a.m. Eastern.
How to watch
Those interested in watching the event may be able to find a stray stream locally in the Fort Worth area or online, but it seems the primary way to watch the race is in person!
Map of the course
The race will start and end in Fort Worth’s Cultural District. Runners will go through the Stockyard area, through downtown, around the campus of Texas Christian University (TCU) and around the south side of Fort Worth. One thing that benefits the participants of this race is that the elevation changes are minimal, up to just 150 feet.
View the full route map here.
Who won the last race?
In 2020, Joseph Darda was running like someone was chasing him as he managed to clear the entire Cowton marathon in a blistering time of 2:31:00. He finished about 10 minutes ahead of second-placed Eric Delgado (2:41:24). Robert Landauer took the last place on the podium with a time of 2:46:13. On the women’s side, they were led by Maddie Jenkins who was the only runner under 3 hours with a final time of 2:53:50 for the win. Luciana Bartholomew (3:01:57) came second and Abrena Rine finished third with a time of 3:06:17.