New York, November 7, 2022 – The 2022 TCS New York City Marathon on Sunday, November 6 returned to full capacity for the first time since 2019 with 47,839 total finishers. Below are some highlights and statistical information from the 2022 race.

The Field

Note: All finisher numbers and results are unofficial pending race results review. Final official results will be released later this month. This data is based on registration information provided by individual runners.

•         47,839 finishers

•         26,608 men’s finishers, 21,186 women’s finishers, 45 non-binary finishers

•         15,933 international finishers

•         131 countries represented

•         50 states plus the District of Columbia represented


Men’s open division winner: Evans Chebet, Kenya, 2:08:41

Women’s open division winner: Sharon Lokedi, Kenya, 2:23:23

Top American open division man: Scott Fauble (9th), 2:13:35

Top American open division woman: Aliphine Tuliamuk (7th), 2:26:18

Men’s wheelchair division winner: Marcel Hug, Switzerland, 1:25:26

Women’s wheelchair division winner: Susannah Scaroni, USA, 1:42:43

Top American wheelchair division man: Daniel Romanchuk (2nd), USA, 1:27:38

Top American wheelchair division woman: Susannah Scaroni (1st), USA, 1:42:43

Non-Binary Division: Jacob Caswell won the division by 24 minutes

Winner Statistics and Notable Information  

Open Division: Evans Chebet won his first New York title after winning Boston in April, the eighth man in history to win both races in the same year and the first since 2011

Open Division: Evans Chebet’s 2:08:41 winning time was the 14th-fastest winning time in race history

Open Division: Seven countries represented among the top 10 finishers in the men’s race: Kenya, Ethiopia, Netherlands, Morocco, Japan, Italy, and the United States 

Open Division: Sharon Lokedi became the eighth athlete to win the race in their true marathon debut 

Open Division: Sharon Lokedi finished 19th overall (men, women & nonbinary combined). This is the highest finish by a woman since Mary Keitany in 2015 (also 19th)

Wheelchair Division: Marcel Hug broke course record from 2006, and after also breaking course records in London and Chicago this fall

Wheelchair Division: Susannah Scaroni won her first New York title, and broke the course record from 2015 just 13 months after very serious car accident 

Celebrities and Notable Personalities

Amy Robach (4:25:30): Co-host of ABC News’ GMA3: What You Need to Know and 20/20

Ashton Kutcher (3:54:01): Award-winning actor; supporting Thorn

Casey Neistat (3:54:28): YouTube star and filmmaker

Chelsea Clinton (4:20:34): Author; daughter of Bill and Hillary Clinton

Claire Holt (4:03:17): Actress, The Vampire Diaries and The Originals; supporting Boston Children’s Hospital 

Ellie Kemper (5:17:39): Actress and comedian, The Office and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt; supporting The Brotherhood Sister Sol

Haley Skarupa (3:54:50): U.S. Olympic hockey player & gold medalist; supporting Women’s Sports Foundation

Ingvill Makestad Bovim (2:56:46): Norwegian track and field athlete; supporting AKTIV Against Cancer

Kyle Banks (6:02:58): Broadway actor, Lion King; supporting Beyond Type 1 

Lauren Ridloff (4:05:48): Actress, The Walking Dead and The Eternals; supporting PS 347

Marit Bjorgen (3:08:52): Olympic gold medalist, Norwegian cross-country skier; supporting AKTIV Against Cancer

Matt James (3:46:45): The Bachelor; supporting ABC Food Tours

Meghan Duggan (3:52:06): Olympic gold medalist and New Jersey Devils Director of Player Development; supporting Women’s Sports Foundation

Meghan Wheeler (4:26:28): U.S. Olympic rower; supporting Women’s Sports Foundation 

Monica Puig (4:32:39): Olympic gold medalist, former tennis professional

Nicole Briscoe (5:04:34): ESPN SportsCenter anchor

Pia Wurtzbach (6:29:32): 2015 Miss Universe

Ryan Briscoe (5:04:34): Professional race car driver

Sierra Boggess (5:06:23): Award-winning Broadway actress; supporting Cancer Support Community 

Tiki Barber (5:26:51): NY Giants legend, host of Tiki & Tierney; supporting NYRR Team for Kids

T.J. Holmes (4:25:31): Co-host of ABC News’ GMA3: What You Need to Know

Vidar Riseth (4:13:30): Norwegian soccer player; supporting AKTIV Against Cancer

Zac Clark (4:08:10): The Bachelorette; supporting Release Recovery

Mobile App Stats

Total downloads: 487,1117

# of times users clicked add runner button: 785,907

Most tracked runners:

Ashton Kutcher

Matthew Wilpers

Casey Neistat

Desiree Linden

Matthew James

Shalane Flanagan

Ellie Kemper


Start: 72 degrees, 73% humidity, wind 18 mph

Finish: 74 degrees, 69% humidity, wind 6 mph

About New York Road Runners (NYRR)

NYRR’s mission is to help and inspire people through running. Since 1958, New York Road Runners has grown from a local running club to the world’s premier community running organization. NYRR’s commitment to New York City’s five boroughs features races, virtual races, community events, free youth running initiatives and school programs, the NYRR RUNCENTER featuring the New Balance Run Hub, and training resources that provide hundreds of thousands of people each year with the motivation, know-how, and opportunity to Run for Life. NYRR’s premier event is the TCS New York City Marathon. Held annually on the first Sunday in November, the race features a wide population of runners, from the world’s top professional athletes to a vast range of competitive, recreational, and charity runners. To learn more, visit