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.

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Year Men's Marathon Winner Women's Marathon Winner 100 Kilometer Winner
January 2006 Evgeniy Gorkov (RUS) Wendy Mackinnon (UK) Richard Donovan (IRL)
December 2006 Henri Alain d'Andria (FRA) Noelle Sheridan (USA) Richard Donovan (IRL)
2007 Marc de Keyser (BEL) Nobody reached the finish Christian Schiester (AUT)
2008 Miles Cudmore (UK) Kirsi Montonen (FIN) Marc de Keyser (BEL)
2009 Jason Wolfe (USA) Richelle Turner (AUS) Richard Donovan (IRL)
2010 Bernardo Fonseca (BRA) Clare Apps (UK) Bernardo Fonseca (BRA)
2011 Clement Thevenet (FRA) Yvonne Brown (GBR) Clement Thevenet (FRA)
2012 Andrew Murray (GBR) Demelza Farr (AUS) Marc De Keyser (BEL)
2013 Petr Vabrousek (CZE) Fiona Oakes (UK) Petr Vabrousek (CZE)

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