Beitreten Anchorage Mayor’s Marathon
The longest day of the year means a long distance race for many in Anchorage. The Anchorage Mayor's Marathon & Half Marathon is a summer solstice tradition more than 40 years in the making. Runners from all over the world head to Anchorage on late June for the race.
Organized by the University of Alaska Anchorage and Anchorage Parks & Recreation, five running races are held simultaneously - including the Midnight Sun Marathon (26.2 miles), Alaska Half Marathon (13.1 miles), a marathon relay (4 x 6.5 mile legs), Coastal 5K and Buddy Half Marathon, in which teams of two or three runners split the half marathon course into sections relay style.
The marathon course takes marathoners from the foothills of the Chugach Mountains on the east side of Anchorage, up the Chester Creek Trail and in to town at Delaney Park. The marathon course is certified by USA Track and Field and finishers can use their results to qualify for the Boston Marathon. It's also a popular run with The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training program.
The Alaska Half Marathon starts and ends on Delaney Park with an out-and-back course past Earthquake Park along the Coastal Trail past Point Woronzof.
The marathon event is 26.2 miles in length beginning at Bartlett High School and traveling through the eastern foothills and across Anchorage to the Delaney Park Strip finish line. Scenic city bike trails, gravel, rocky, and paved roadways make up this gently rolling to extended downhill course. The race is sanctioned by USA Track and Field and is recognized by the Boston Marathon as a qualifying event. The race start is at 7:30 a.m. All participants must finish the race by 3 p.m.
The Alaska Half Marathon (13.1 miles) start and finish will be at the Delaney Park Strip. Half marathon runners will begin on West 9th Avenue and head west then turn south on Stolt Lane and S Street. Runners will then turn west on 11th Avenue which turns into Bootlegger Cove Drive then U Street. Runners will leave U Street and enter the bike path at Westchester Lagoon.
The course then proceeds south and west along the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail to Earthquake Park where runners leave the bicycle path and proceed along West Northern Lights Blvd/Pt. Woronzof Road. A half mile before West End Road runners will leave Pt. Woronzof Road and follow a ½ mile wooded path back to the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail where they will head back north and east to Westchester Lagoon.
Runners will leave the bicycle path at Westchester Lagoon onto Bootlegger Cove Drive and retrace the outbound course back to the finish at the Delaney Park Strip. All participants must finish by 3 p.m.
directions_runStart Adresse: 1101 Golden Bear Dr, Anchorage, AK 99504, USA
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The Sheraton Anchorage Hotel is the host hotel for the event. Visit Anchorage provides information on a wide variety of lodging opportunities in the Anchorage area. The Visit Anchorage website provides information on individual hotels and allows you to contact multiple hotels with one email. Reservations should be made as early as possible since most hotel rooms and rental cars are booked for the week of the event.
We will be providing watermelon, bananas, oranges, and bagels to all runners at the finish. Spectators are welcome to share with the runners, but please let the runners have first chance on the refreshments.
Aid Stations are located at the following mile markers: Marathon: 2, 4, 7.1, 9.2, 11, 13, 15, 17.8, 19.5, 20.5, 21, 23, and 25.2 Half Marathon: 2.6, 4.8, 6.5, 8.2, 10, 11.5 5K: 3.0
All participants must finish by 3 p.m. in order to be considered an official finisher.
Parking Start of Full Marathon: Due to construction at Bartlett High School, participants and spectators must park in the Tikahtnu Commons parking lot (south side of Muldoon Road). Start of Half, 5K and Spectator Viewing: Parking is limited around finish area. We advise either walking to Parkstrip, utilizing street parking,(please be courteous and respectful to the neighborhood residence while parking) or parking in 6th Ave Garage which is located north east, about six blocks of park.
Each aid station will have water, oranges, and pretzels. Some aid stations will have additional food and drinks. It varies according to the volunteers manning the station.
Since 1998, the Anchorage Mayor's Marathon has utilized a Chip-Style Timing System. Runners will be issued a timing chip that is located on their bib. Please do not fold or crunch your bib. An antenna at the finish line will sense your chip as you cross and assign you a finish time. Runners need to make sure that they are wearing the bib. Any runner who forgets to wear their bib or damages the chip on the bib will not receive a finish time. Please follow the instructions included with the chip.
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