Ready, set, register for the 2022 Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon

After a strong finish this year, plans for the 2022 Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon have hit the ground running. Now is the time to register and train for the March 26-27 race weekend.

Signups are open at, and through Sunday, Oct. 31, participants can take advantage of early registration discounts.

Current registration fees are $65 for the full marathon, $50 for the half-marathon and two-person relay, $40 for the four-person relay, $25 for the 5K and $10 for the Covenant Kids Run. These fees represent savings of up to $10 on each event, and fees will increase on Nov. 1, 2021.

“The Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon is returning this spring!” Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon Executive Director Jason Altman said. “Having a fall race this year after several delays since 2019 was welcome, but we’re thrilled to celebrate race weekend’s homecoming as a spring event. On the heels of witnessing the strength and enthusiasm of participants earlier this month, let’s build on that momentum: Set a goal, sign up and start getting ready for an amazing race weekend in 2022.”

To help registrants prepare, group training runs will begin in December. The long runs will take place on most Saturdays at 7:30 a.m. Weekly group runs are free, open to the public and require no registration. These training runs include pace groups and mileage options, ranging from beginner to advanced.

Group runs are presented by the Eddie’s Health Shoppe, Knoxville Performance Lab, and ZenEvo Dark Chocolate. More information is available at, where the group run schedule will be posted leading up to December.

For more information and to register for the 2022 Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon races, visit

About Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon

The Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon is a premier event organized by the Knoxville Track Club, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the encouragement of physical well being through running, jogging, competitive road racing, race-walking, fun runs, cross-country and track and field.