AUGUST 18 & 19, 2018

What's new

  • Humpy's returns as title sponsor for the RunFest marathon

    After many years as our steadfast and wonderful sponsor for the marathon, Moose’s Tooth has bowed out, allowing the marathon’s founding sponsor, Humpy’s Great Alaskan Alehouse, to return.

  • Race Records Fall at 2016 RunFest!

    Under perfect running conditions four race records were broken at the Sunday races of Anchorage RunFest.

  • US Air Force Takes the Inaugural Military Mile

    The US Air Force, mustering the largest team entry in the Anchorage RunFest’s inaugural Military Mile, ran away with the win today as the sun broke out amidst overcast skies.

  • Healthy Heroes named to lead the Kids' 2K Warmup

    Once again Healthy Futures has rounded up a superb group of local athletes to lead the Kids’ 2K warmup.

  • Who's running in this year's RunFest?

    Multiple past race champions are returning to defend their titles this year— or tackle new distances.

  • Rondy Summer Roundup Invites RunFest to Party!

    Fur Rondy’s Summer Roundup welcomes RunFest runners, walkers, and volunteers to party Friday night with the Ken Peltier Band.

  • Team RWB's Old Glory Relay will run in our 49K!

    Anchorage RunFest is honored to be chosen by Team RWB to represent Alaska as an addition to their Old Glory Relay. This event spans coast to coast to salute, support, and connect with veterans. Alaska’s first ever participation will occur as Old Glory Relay members carry the flag while running in the Anchroage RunFest’s United Physical Therapy 49K.

  • Anchorage RunFest introduces The Military Mile

    Following a history of events aimed to include and support our military service men and women, Anchorage RunFest is proud to present the inaugural Military Mile.

  • Running to Alaska: Tim Johnson

    After having triple bypass surgery in 2009, my doctor encouraged me to participate in my health care. He said medicine alone will not be enough to keep me healthy.

  • Sevigny Artwork for 2016 Poster Unveiled

    Anchorage artist Katie Sevigny has once again captured a uniquely Anchorage running moment with her 2016 design for Anchorage RunFest.

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