Antarctic Ice Marathon & 100k ultra race

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The Antarctic Ice Marathon was established by Richard Donovan / Polar Running Adventures to enable marathon runners to complete a marathon on all seven continents. It also enables athletes to complete the marathon grand slam - a marathon on all seven continents and the North Pole.

Runnings of the Antarctic Ice Marathon and 100 km race have taken place at 80° south just a few hundred miles from the South Pole at the foot of the Ellsworth Mountains. Participants are flown from Punta Arenas, Chile to the race location in the interior of the Antarctic and experience anything from subzero temperatures to 24 hours of daylight while there.

Antarctic Ice Marathon & 100k ultra race is located in Antarctica
Antarctic Ice Marathon & 100k ultra race
Location within Antarctica of Union Glacier Camp, site of the start and finish points.

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Year Men's Marathon Winner Women's Marathon Winner 100k Winner
January 2006 Russia Evgeniy Gorkov United Kingdom Wendy MacKinnon Republic of Ireland Richard Donovan
December 2006 France Henri Alain d'Andria United States Noelle Sheridan Republic of Ireland Richard Donovan
2007 Belgium Marc de Keyser No finishers Austria Christian Schiester
2008 United Kingdom Miles Cudmore Finland Kirsi Montonen Belgium Marc de Keyser
2009 United States Jason Wolfe Australia Richelle Turner Republic of Ireland Richard Donovan
2010 Brazil Bernardo Fonseca United Kingdom Clare Apps Brazil Bernardo Fonseca
2011 France Clément Thévenet United Kingdom Yvonne Brown France Clément Thévenet
2012 United Kingdom Andrew Murray Australia Demelza Farr Belgium Marc De Keyser
2013 Czech Republic Petr Vabroušek United Kingdom Fiona Oakes Czech Republic Petr Vabroušek
2014 Belgium Marc De Keyser France Frédérique Laurent China Chen Penbin
2015 19 November 2015 Republic of Ireland Keith White

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