Allan Spangler won his second Juneau race in two weeks Saturday, scurrying up Mount Roberts in just over 30 minutes to win Mount Roberts Tram Run.
Spangler, 32, was one of over 40 runners to take on the 3.5-mile run and climb, organized the Juneau Trail and Road Runners. Spangler finished in 31:36, Owen Hatcher finished in second place in 34:00 and Shawn Miller came in third place in 34:27. Sadie Tuckwood, 16, was the first woman to the finish line with her time of 38:42, good for fifth overall.
The race began Mt. Roberts Tramway on Franklin Street and ended at Father Brown’s cross, located a short distance past the upper tramway station, a total ascent of approximately 2,000 feet.
Spangler, a former runner at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, also came in first place in the Ben Blackgoat Memorial Race and Spring Tide Scramble.
The East Glacier Trail Tangle is 6 p.m. Thursday at the Under Thunder trailhead (east end of Valley Boulevard). The race includes a 1- and 6.7-mile option. Race day registration begins at 5:30 p.m. at the trailhead.