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In-person race Thursday, June 22, 7 p.m. at Alaska Pacific University.

Virtual Race June 15 - 22.

Artist Statement

Rhonda Shelford Jansen, Unangax̂
Enrolled member of Ninilchik Tribe

The women in this circular design symbolize the united cultures of Alaska and the many practices that link us together.  It represents the cycles and seasons of life, healing and growth, and helps us to reflect on those practices that keep us healthy and resilient.

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The Loopty Loo Course

The traditional course around the Hiland facility is still off-limits, although we are working on permission for 2024.  

The track at Hiland, where the runners workout and race, is 337 meters long. We found an exact replica in the field at Alaska Pacific University. Runners, both our Hiland runners and our community runners, will have a choice of 20 minutes, 40 minutes, or 60 minutes of time in which to run as far as possible. If you are a virtual runner, you can join us by running anywhere and accumulating as much distance as you can in 20/40/60 minutes.

Can you run as fast as Gina? Choose the 20-minute course to be eligible for the Run Like Gina Award. Can you run as far as Sarah? Choose the 60-minute course to be eligible for the Run Like Sarah Award. If you think you can run as fast as Gina and as far as Sarah, choose the 40-minute course to be eligible for both awards.

Only virtual runners are eligible for the Don’t Run so Close to Me award. All runners are eligible for the R-Naught award.

Past Race Results

In-person race results from 2012 - 2019
Virtual race results from 2020 - 2021

In-person and virtual race results 2022

Running Free Alaska is a 501(c)(3) non-profit.  Our Tax ID is 45-5452867.

We are a Registered Charitable Organization with the State of Alaska.

We are a registered non-profit with Pick.Click.Give.

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