If you missed the annual races as they were broadcast from Seward on the Fourth of July, don't worry; you can watch all three Mount Marathon races in their entirety right here.
KTVA is the official TV station for the race and the best place to watch the action live.
For the first time in Mt. Marathon history, the women outbid the men in the annual auction the night before the race.
Weather should be warm this time around.
Heat likely to be on for the Alaskan classic
Even if you not a running enthusiast – and I certainly am not — there’s something about the Mt. Marathon Race in Seward on July 4th that draws you in.
It may be June but hikers and racers are dealing with a snow-capped Mt. Marathon.
Runners are lining up to run in Seward’s world-famous Mount Marathon Race, as a one-month registration period to take on Alaska’s toughest footrace begins Thursday.
Hundreds of people from around the world lined up to take on Mount Marathon. Here’s a look at some of the scenes from the juniors, men’s and women’s races.
The winners of the 2017 Mount Marathon Race are decided– and for the second year in a row, Alaskans have swept first place in all three races.
Live coverage of the Mount Marathon Race July 4, 2017
Scott Patterson is from Anchorage — graduated from South High School in 2010, and earned a degree in mechanical engineering at the University of Vermont.
At just 20 years old, Allie Ostrander is already a familiar face on Mount Marathon. “It’s a tradition now, the summer doesn’t feel complete without a race up and down this mountain,” she said.
Running up and down Mount Marathon has become a yearly event for 12-year-old Rennick Heatwole. He first ran the Junior race in 2014.
What does it take to compete in Mount Marathon? Not youth. Chad Resari is hitting the mountain at the seasoned age of 81.
Looking up from downtown Seward, Mount Marathon looks pretty daunting, and the people who run up this mountain will tell you — it is.
The 3,022 foot rock awaits. There’s still snow on the ground, but July Fourth doesn’t seem that far away.
Monday, July 4, 2016 would be Christy Marvin’s day. She picked up her second Mount Marathon championship in four years.
After climbing 3,022 vertical feet, runners descended down through snow, rocks, roots and mud, finally reaching ‘Victory Rock’ at the base of the mountain.
Christy Marvin, 35, of Palmer, won the women’s race — making it a clean Alaska sweep in every category for the annual race.
The annual Fourth of July Mount Marathon race kicked off at 9 a.m. Monday in Seward with the junior racers.