You asked for it, and here it finally is! Racers, please help us beta-test this new function in our website that allows you to search for and display all of your historical MMR race results – or simply browse through the standings for years gone by.
Records containing an ‘*’ indicate Junior race results.
Lottery Winners and Bib Assignments are now available for public review!
Names highlighted in GOLD are 2015 Lottery Winners – congratulations to all!
The MMR Racer Registration and Lottery Application period ended at 12:00 am April 1st, 2015. Questions about your application should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check your 2015 Application Status
If you have completed a 2015 Racer Registration or Lottery Application, you can confirm it has been properly submitted HERE.
If the result shows ‘INVALID’ it is most likely as a result of:
1. Payment issue (forward your PayPal receipt with Transaction ID to email@example.com along with your full name and date of birth).
2. Duplicate application issue – you completed two applications using two different names or dates of birth (forward your PayPal receipt with Transaction ID to firstname.lastname@example.org along with your full name and date of birth).
Lottery winners will be advised by email, requesting the additional racer fee, as a news announcement on this website, and will be also be identified on the Bib Assignments page when it is posted.
Lottery Winners and Bib Assignments for the 2015 race will be posted by April 15, 2015.
Make sure you have thoroughly reviewed these MMR Rule Changes for the 2015 Race before submitting your Racer Registration or Lottery Application! You are solely responsible for reviewing the Race Rules every year!
Your emergency contact name and number is very important information for the Mt. Marathon Race Committee.
In recent years we have found it necessary to contact an emergency contact person for racers, not only in the event of injury or distress, but for confirmation when a runner does not appear at the starting line, finish line or other checkpoints in the race.
Every Fourth of July in Seward, as we host many thousands of visitors, we find that our cell phone towers are overwhelmed and cannot handle the volume. It is difficult to place calls to or from cells phones during that day, and we find that sending a text (which is a much smaller piece of electronic information) is more likely to be received in a timely manner, while at the same time providing a record of the contact.
Therefore, emergency contact names and numbers listed on your Mt. Marathon Race Application, should ideally be for people with cell phones that can receive text messages during races times!