Anchorage Running Club
Pacific Northwest Running Calendar Database
We have added a new link on the calendar page to a database for upcoming running events in the Pacific Northwest. It is called the Pacific Northwest Running Calendar. Here is some background information from Mick Evans. Mick created the calendar and the associated database.
For the last 20 years I've maintained an online race calendar for Oregon and SW Washington events.
I've recently expanded it to cover the Pacific Northwest (ID, AK, BC, OR & WA). It's the largest calendar
of its kind, and also the most searchable. You can search by race type or race distance, and also for events
in and around 31 population centers in the PNW. Anchorage is one of those centers and you can search for
events 10, 25, 50, 75, 100, 150, 200, 250 & 250+ miles away. The calendar also looks pretty good on
mobile devices, even my little iPhone !!
It looks like a useful tool for runners who are searching for runs in the Pacific Northwest. Give it a try and see what you think.
< Click Here> To view the calendar.
Trent/Waldron Glacier Half Marathon and Pulsator 10K
Results for the race are now available. Visit the event web page for the link. We will post the age graded results once they are available.
Track Clubs and Training Groups for 2016
If you are looking for a training group or track club to join visit our Track Club and Training Group informational web page.
Groups who would like to be added to the page should contact our Webmaster with their request.
Who We Are
The Anchorage Running Club is a not-for-profit association of over five hundred individuals who share a common interest in running and/or walking. Our membership is represented by the entire spectrum of performance, including elite runners, mid-packers, back-of-the-packers, and recreational walkers. Among our ranks are marathoners, triathletes, race walkers, high school cross country team members, the young, the not-so-young, male and female alike. The Anchorage Running Club truly offers something for everyone!