Online registration is closed. Check back in April 2015 to
register for the June 13, 2015 event!
Course map and rules
How Can I Register?
In order to include all women regardless of economic circumstances, there is no set registration fee. This event relies solely on donations.
A minimum $25.00 donation (more is always welcome) is
respectfully requested to cover race expenses such as police, permits, coastal trail fee usage and more.
Did you know the Alaska Run for Women pays $2 per person just to use the coastal trail? The greater your donation, the more we are able to fulfill our mission of breast cancer awareness, early detection, education, support and mammograms for under served women.
Opens April 15, 2014
Closes June 5, 5 p.m. Timed Event
Closes June 6, 5 p.m. Untimed Events
Please see above for suggested minimum
Must be postmarked by May 26, 2014
Download 2014 Race app
Please see above for
May 28, 4-7 p.m.
May 31, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
June 3, 4-7 p.m.
June 5, 4-7 p.m.
June 7, 6:45
The Alaska Club, Wasilla
Please see above for minimum request.
Mail in Application
Unable to register online?
Download 2014 race app here.
Applications must be postmarked
by May 26, 2014.
Downloaded application may also be submitted in person at bib pick-up.
Cant attend? Register as a Phantom and donate to the cause!
Form a Team!
Five or more women make a team. Go to Teams for more
* Providence Imaging Centers Mobile Mammography Unit
will be at the University Center on Saturday, May 31 beginning at 9 a.m.
Get your annual mammogram and pick up your race bib at the same time!
You must call prior to May 30 to schedule your appointment.
information, click here.
Male Participation in the Alaska Run for Women
The Alaska Run for Women has a dual mission to raise money for and
awareness of breast cancer, and to provide a competition venue for
Alaska's women athletes.
There are several ways for all family members and friends to support the
event and the breast cancer cause:
Become a Phantom Donor. Monies raised go directly toward research and
breast cancer awareness programs throughout Alaska. Donate today online.
Volunteer. Hundreds of volunteers are needed to successfully organize the event. Volunteer today by contacting
email@example.com or sign up
Male members of the community who have been diagnosed with breast cancer can enter the survivor division as untimed participants. Register
Men who are walking or running with someone officially entered in the
run are asked not to register or cross the finish line. Males cannot
participate as competitive entrants, but are encouraged to support the
run and its mission in other ways. This policy is not intended to
exclude anyone, but to ensure a meaningful experience and accurate
results for women competitors who challenge themselves from the front,
middle and back of the pack.
Thank you for supporting the Alaska Run for Women and its efforts in
the fight against breast cancer.
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