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His 15-hour trek covered nearly 60 miles of running and biking.
Run for goodness sake.
A light(house) run.
Tryptophan didn’t slow them down.
He’s ran at sea-level in Alaska and 6,000 feet in Colorado. He’s trod across the Golden Gate Bridge in California and through the Sandhills of… Continue reading
Juneau Road and Trail Runners President John Kern is looking to move on from his post. The volunteer position calls for putting together the annual… Continue reading
A pair of relay teams assembled with mostly Juneau runners finished the Klondike Trail of ‘98 International Road Relay with two of the fastest 10… Continue reading
It’s never been easy being Shawn Miller. For the better part of the last two decades, the 38-year-old accountant runs on the order of 90… Continue reading
The 110-mile road relay between Skagway to Whitehorse begins Friday night.
Jeff Gnass and Shawn Miller won their respective races at the Juneau Family Health and Birth Center Fun Run on Saturday. The 1-mile and 5-mile… Continue reading
The Juneau-Douglas High School cross country team is dividing into two factions this weekend.
Nearly 400 participants came out for the 27th annual Beat the Odds 5-kilometer and 2-mile races on Saturday at Riverbend Elementary School. The race proceeds… Continue reading
Riley Moser won his first-ever Nifty 50 ultramarathon on Saturday, joining an elite company of other ultramarathoners that have won the 50-kilometer race on three… Continue reading
Overcast, dry and 58 degrees, the conditions couldn’t have been much better for the 10th annual Aukeman Triathlon Saturday morning. Even Auke Lake, after weeks… Continue reading
Over 200 runners took to North Douglas Highway on Saturday for the Juneau Marathon and Half Marathon. Race director Joshua Musson crossed the tape first… Continue reading
Dick Goto is Juneau’s “Energizer Bunny.”