The biggest field in the sixteen-year history of the race took part in 2018 FWD North Pole Marathon, the world's coolest marathon.
The race started at 2230 hrs (Norwegian time) on April 8th under sunny skies and a temperature of -31 degs Celsius.
Dorn Wenninger (USA) and Gulzhamal DeFelice (RUS/USA) won the men's and women's titles, respectively, at the 2016 North Pole Marathon. Russian Paratroopers took the team title.
The annual North Pole Marathon is scheduled to occur on April 9th when a record 56 competitors from 21 countries will take part in the 2016 race.
Czech runner Petr Vabrousek kept his composure to clinch one of the world’s most gruelling sporting challenges, the North Pole Marathon.
Forty-five competitors from twenty-two countries and five continents are scheduled to take part in the UVU North Pole Marathon on 9th April 2015.
The 2014 UVU North Pole Marathon was recently awarded 'Carbon Free' status from CarbonFund.org.
Mike Wardian (USA) and Anne-Marie Flammersfeld (GER) have won the 2014 UVU North Pole Marathon.
Wardian has iconic status in the ultramarathon world.
The North Pole Marathon brought Olympic 800m Champion and World Record Holder David Rudisha to Ireland in September.
Ireland's Gary Thornton and Great Britain's Fiona Oakes have won the 2013 UVU North Pole Marathon
Check out the official video of the 2013 North Pole Marathon. Are you up to the challenge in 2014?
Scotland's Andrew Murray has won the UVU North Pole Marathon 2012, known as the world's coolest marathon.
The winner of the men's race was Istvan Toth of Hungary while Australia's Richelle Turner won the women's title.
The world's coolest marathon, the North Pole Marathon, took place in near blizzard conditions on 7th April.
The world’s coolest marathon, the North Pole Marathon, lived up to its billing when competitors endured temperatures of -37C at the North Pole.
A field of twenty-six athletes from ten countries will participate in the 2008 North Pole Marathon on March 26th.
An Irishman has won the world’s coolest marathon - the North Pole Marathon.
On Saturday 8 April, Irish novelist Michael Collins led home a record 54-person international race field to win the 2006 North Pole Marathon.