Seven Continents Marathon Club
The 91 members of the Seven Continents Marathon Club are listed below.
The Antarctic Ice Marathon is the only marathon event within the Antarctic Circle on mainland Antarctica. The race is a full member of the Association of International Marathons and Distance Races (AIMS). It is also recognised by Guinness World Records and the Book of Alternative Records for record setting purposes. Indeed, several people have set records using the event, including shortest duration for both male and female runners to complete marathon races on all seven continents and youngest male and female to run a marathon on all seven continents.
The Ice Marathon takes place approximately two thousand kilometres further south than other marathon events, which all take place in the South Shetland Islands area. It represents a truly genuine Antarctic marathon challenge.
People who have run the Ice Marathon in addition to marathons on all other six continents will be acknowledged via the Seven Continents Marathon Club.
Please note: Members of the Marathon Grand Slam Club, who have run marathons at the North Pole and on all seven continents (including other Antarctic marathons we recognise), are automatic members of this new Seven Continents Marathon Club. They have all run in true polar conditions. Also note that a marathon is not deemed to be completed on a continent unless the entire marathon distance (42.195km) is actually run on the continent - and not divided between two continents. See this Runner's World article for an example of what would clearly not count. Members should exemplify the spirit of adventure marathon running.
|Juan Antonio Alegre (Spain)||Evgeniy Gorkov (Russia)||Gregory McCarthy (USA)||Wolfgang Schwarzaeugl (Austria)|
|Sarah Ames (Germany)||Glenn Grossman (USA)||Kym McConnell (New Zealand)||Steven Seaton (Great Britain)|
|Anand Anantharaman (India)||Hans-Wilhelm Hamke (Germany)||Karen Michelsen (Canada)||Clyde Shank (USA)|
|Sebastian Armenault (Argentina)||Tim Harris (Great Britain)||Ray Miller (USA)||Noelle Sheridan (USA)|
|Delbert Baker (USA)||Jurgen Heilbock (Germany)||Tristan Miller (Australia)||Mark Sinclair (Great Britain)|
|Kenwynne Barber (Great Britain)||Angelo Henry (South Africa)||Andrew Murray (Great Britain)||Vlado Staresinic (Croatia)|
|Gary Baron (Great Britain)||Michael Heyl (USA)||George Nichols (USA)||Frank Staples (Great Britain)|
|Amanda Barlow (AUS)||Dave Horsley (Great Britain)||Seow Kong Ng (Malaysia)||Krzysztof Szachna (Poland)|
|Norma Bastidas (Mexico / Canada)||Peter Jensen (Denmark)||Arnold Oliphant (USA)||Ireneusz Szpot (Poland)|
|Steve Birnie (GBR)||René Gross Kærskov (Denmark)||Sarah Oliphant (USA)||Mariko Takano (Japan)|
|Liubov Bleykh (Russia)||Don Kern (USA)||John O'Regan (Ireland)||William Tan (Singapore)|
|Frank Bollnow (GER)||Travis Kiefer (USA)||Jon O'Shea (Great Britain)||Stephan Thodesen (Norway)|
|Bob Bundschuh (USA)||MJ Kim (South Korea / USA)||GiGi Van Ostrand (USA)||Mark Tointon (Great Britain)|
|Doug Carrell (USA)||Juergen Kuhlmey (Germany)||Raj Patel (Great Britain / India)||Ginny Turner (USA)|
|Miguel Caselles (Spain)||Nick Lagen (USA)||Anders Pettersson (Brazil / Sweden)||Richelle Turner (Australia)|
|Pushpa Chandra (Canada)||Gloria Lau (SIN)||Stefanie Pettersson (Brazil / Sweden)||Pascal Vinarnic (Great Britain)|
|Miles Cudmore (Great Britain)||Wendelin Lauxen (Germany)||Ivana Pilarova (Czech Republic)||Gary van Vuuren (Zimbabwe)|
|Henri Alain d'Andria (France)||Roberto Liano (Mexico)||Rafael Munar Pons (Spain)||Patrick Waller (Great Britain)|
|Tom Djurdjevich (USA)||Joseph Lim (USA)||Jaroslaw Rajtar (Poland)||Osy Waye (Great Britain)|
|Richard Donovan (Ireland)||James Love (Great Britain)||Fernando Ribeiro (Luxembourg)||Brent Weigner (USA)|
|Sir Ranulph Fiennes (Great Britain)||Luis Alonso Marcos (Spain)||Mary Ritz (USA)||Douglas Wilson (Australia)|
|Jacques Fox (Luxembourg)||Jorge Gonzalez de Matauco (Spain)||Andrei Rosu (Romania)||Nick Zafer (Australia)|
|Rebecca Frechette (USA)||Stevie Matthews (Great Britain)||Paul Ruesch (USA)|