The Midnight Sun Run is a Running race in Fairbanks, Alaska consisting of a 10K.
More than just a 10K running race, the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner Midnight Sun Run is a uniquely Alaskan event that attracts participants from all over the country.
The Midnight Sun Run nonprofit organization has been responsible for the popular community race for over 30 years. Proceeds from the race benefit the Fairbanks Resource Agency who is currently producing the event, and four $2500 scholarships are awarded to local student athletes.
The race is held in June on the Saturday closest to the Summer Solstice. Despite its late evening start, there's no need to bring flashlights, as the summer solstice sun shines brightly in the skies, from start toKeep Reading
Help other racers! Let them know how the course, atmosphere, and schwag were!Write a Review