August 4 - 10, 2014

Six Days in the Dome

6501 Changepoint Drive

Anchorage, AK 24hrs, 48hrs, 6 Day

This Event Took Place Sun. Aug 10, 2014


The first competitive 6 day indoor track race held since La Rochelle in 1994 and celebrating the 30th anniversary of Stu Mittleman’s 577.75 mile American indoor performance achieved at the Balch Fieldhouse at the University of Colorado. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to break a World, National record or simply strive for your own Personal Record in a 24/48 hour or 6 day event.

At 601 ft. long by 290 ft wide by 87.5 ft. tall, The state of the art Alaska Dome is the largest structure of its kind in North America and includes a six lane, 400 meter, all-rubber track (the event will take place on the inside 3 lanes).
Locker rooms with showers available
60 degrees and clear skies
One of the only 400 meter indoor tracks in the world; the same materials and markings used in the Los Angeles Coliseum for the 1984 Olympic Games.

Local time: 8:16 PM


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