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“Worst weather we’ve had in 10 years” just means burning off more calories.
Participants finish looking like stars — 27 of them — after completing that many laps around track.
New ultra runner hits new personal best.
Gentemann, Tracy top costumes; Janes 5K winner
“Mamas just get stronger and stronger. We have no choice.”
Local boys team finishes fifth; three Juneau girls and one boy finish in top 10 individually.
Cross-country champions cite strong team chemistry.
Largest field in Southeast history sees Crimson Bears on top
Local runner finishes more than seven minutes ahead of runner-up at Fairbanks race
A victorious 44-mile solo quest among 1,800 participants at 40th annual Skagway-to-Whitehorse race
Oh my, it’s that time again. The Equinox Marathon starts with a cannon blast on the third Saturday of September here at the University of… Continue reading
Smaller-than-usual field competes after race delayed seven weeks, but victors still get peak thrill.
More than 300 people run and walk in the 32nd Annual Beat the Odds: A Race Against Cancer
The 50K, 25K and 10K races were a success despite weather, race director says.
Big increase in runners this year who take on full- and half-length courses on hot and hazy day.
Youth and adult runners get dirty on the mud flats
Rerouted course included nearly 1-mile hill.
The 3.1-mile scramble up and scream down the mountain of about 3,000 feet returned to Seward after a pandemic-forced pause in 2020.
Juneau’s biggest marathon is live and in color.
If you’re running 50 miles, consider not letting other people choose your music.