We’re thrilled to be back for the 93rd running! Please review this final important information.
Get your bib, t-shirt, patch, race bag and other swag! No wave changes are possible.
Tuesday, July 6 — 5-8 p.m. (Race Headquarters, outdoors at corner of 4thand Washington)
Wednesday, July 7 – Race Day! — 7 a.m.-3 p.m. (Race Headquarters, outdoors at corner of 4th and Washington)
RACE START SCHEDULE
JUNIORS — 8:30-8:36 a.m. (one minute between waves)
WOMEN — 11:00-11:10 a.m. (two minutes between waves)
MEN — 3:00-3:12 p.m. (two minutes between waves)
LIVE TIMING & PARTICIPANT TRACKING
Skinny Raven will again have live timing results here:
There is also an option for Participant Tracking:
To see how you did, visit the RESULTS TENT near the finish line (on the spectator side of the chute)
There will be no formal awards ceremony at AVTEC in 2021 due to long-planned COVID-19 mitigation. However, of course we will still give out awards!
Top 5 Overall Podium Awards — brief ceremony on the GRANDSTAND
Juniors — 9:30 a.m.
Women — 12:30 p.m.
Men — 4:30 p.m.
Top 5 Age-Group and Longevity Awards
Can be picked up at Race Headquarters (corner of 4th and Washington)
Juniors and Women’s —2:30-6 p.m.
Men’s — 4:30-6 p.m.Age groups are:
Juniors: 7-11, 12-14, 14-17
Men and Women: 18-29 and 10-Year increments thereafterNEW THIS YEAR: the Downhill Demon Award for the Fastest Split from Race Point to the finish. Will we see a sub-10 this year?!
- No climbing aids (including hiking poles).
- No shoes with metal cleats or Microspikes.
- No identifying markers on the trail to guide runners.
Parking north of Jefferson will help manage race and vehicle traffic.
SORRY, NO DOGS!
No dogs, leashed or unleashed, are allowed on 4th Avenue between Railway and Jefferson or along the race course, including all race trails on the mountain. This will increase safety for runners and spectators, and reduce problems with sanitation and clean-up.
Your pets are allowed in Seward; please just keep them off the race course or crowded downtown area.
The Seward Library & Museum (239 6th Avenue) currently features a special exhibit that tells the story of Dennis Hitt, whose love of the Mount Marathon race inspired the creation of the juniors race.
The first junior race in 1964 was dedicated to the memory of Hitt, a Seward High School graduate who a year earlier had fallen to his death in a climbing accident on Mount Alice while training for the Mount Marathon Race.
Sponsored by Resurrection Bay Historical Society, the exhibit in the atrium is free and open to the public from 11 a.m.–8 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and from 1–4:30 p.m. Sunday.