Who won the Detroit half marathon?

Who won the Detroit half marathon?

Ryan Corby
Ryan Corby, a Michigan State graduate from Novi, won the overall race and men’s portion in a time of 2 hours, 22 minutes and 3 seconds.

Is Detroit marathon flat?

Fantastic racing experience in Detroit Very mild mostly flat course that took you through some lovely residential areas and the downtown space.

Where is the Detroit Free Press marathon?

The 44th annual Detroit Free Press Marathon has begun! The first wave of thousands of marathon and half marathon entrants dashed away from the starting line on downtown Detroit’s Fort Street west of Cass Avenue at 7 a.m. Keep tabs of all the action at the start/finish line with our live feed on Twitch.

How long does it train to run a marathon?

between 16 and 20 weeks
Most runners take between 16 and 20 weeks to train for a marathon. As you build up to the race, your heart, muscles and mind need to be conditioned for the exertion ahead, so following a strict training plan which gradually ups the ante and improves your fitness and stamina is very important.

What time does the Detroit half marathon start?

16, 2022 at 10:30 a.m. Registration opens Jan. 1. Sign up here.

How long does the Detroit marathon last?

6.5 hours
You must be able to complete the marathon in 6.5 hours from the time the “Last Chance Pacer” crosses the start line. We will close the marathon finish line at 2 p.m., with roads incrementally opening along the course up to the 2 p.m. cutoff.

Who won the Detroit Free Press Marathon?

Detroit Free Press Marathon: Armada’s Ryan Corby first Michigander men’s winner since 2016. Ryan Corby admits he had no idea what he was doing when he trained for his first marathon. As a 16-year-old at Armada High School, he ran the distance events such as the 1,600 and 3,200 meters on the track and field team.

Is the Detroit marathon a Boston qualifier?

Yes, the Detroit Free Press/TCF Bank Marathon is a Boston qualifying race and a runner is eligible to apply if they run a qualifying time.