Three new records were set at the 2019 Antarctic Ice Marathon, including a new event record of 3:34:12 by William Hafferty (USA)
Piotr Suchenia of Poland added the 2018 Antarctic Ice Marathon title to his 2017 North Pole Marathon title. Roma Puisiene of Lithuania won the women's race.
Denmark's Frank Johansen and the USA's Kelly McLay won the 2017 Antarctic Ice Marathon male and female titles, respectively.
Elite sub 4-minute miler Paul Robinson (IRL) runs 4 mins 17.9 seconds for 1 mile at Union Glacier camp, Antarctica.
Ireland's Gary Thornton and Poland's Joanna Medras won the men's and women's titles, respectively, at the 2016 Antarctic Ice Marathon.
The USA's Griff Griffith won the men's title in the 2016 Antarctic 100k with Angela Chong of Singapore, the sole female runner, taking the women's title.
There were eighteen new members of The 7 Continents Marathon Club following the conclusion of the 2015 Antarctic Ice Marathon.
Great Britain's Brian Webb and Chile's Silvana Camelio took the men's and women's titles at the 2015 Antarctic Ice Marathon.
Ireland's Keith Whyte won the Antarctic 100k on 15th January in perfect conditions for the race.
Record numbers took part in the 2014 UVU Antarctic Ice Marathon & 100k with victories for Belgium, China, France and Romania.
56 competitors from 18 countries and 6 continents will take part in the Antarctic Ice Marathon & 100k in November 2014.
There were eleven new members of the 7 Continents Marathon Club following the conclusion of the 2013 Antarctic Ice Marathon.
The travel guide Lonely Planet has released its picks for the top travel destinations of 2014.
The 2013 Antarctic Ice Marathon & 100k has received global TV coverage.
The Czech Republic's Petr Vabrousek and Great Britain's Fiona Oakes won the 2013 UVU Antarctic Ice Marathon titles in record time.
The first ever Antarctic Triathlon occurred on 22 November 2013.
Great Britain's Andrew Murray and Australia's Demelza Farr won the 42.2 km Antarctic Ice Marathon in sub zero temperatures on 21 November 2012.
The Antarctic Ice Marathon is excited to announce that the iconic 'Marathon Flame' will travel to Antarctica for the 8th edition of the event on 20 November 2012.
Remarkable records were set across the board at the seventh running of the Antarctic Ice Marathon races, the southernmost marathon in the world, over the weekend.
A record thirty-seven competitors from nineteen countries lined up for the world's southernmost marathon and ultramarathon races.
The southernmost marathon and ultramarathon races on earth have concluded at Patriot Hills, Antarctica with wins for Ireland, the USA and Australia.
Perfect conditions for polar running led to records across the board at the recent Antarctic Ice Marathon & 100k.
Twenty competitors from ten countries participated in the third Antarctic Ice Marathon & 100km races held on December 19th and 20th 2007.
Sixteen competitors from 9 countries took part in the second Antarctic Ice Marathon & 100k races.
Athletes are making final preparations for the southernmost marathon and ultramarathon events in the world.
The second Antarctic Ice Marathon & 100k races will take place on December 12th and 15th, respectively, in the interior of the frozen continent.