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The Across the Years race is one of a handful of multiday events taking place in the United States and provides a rare opportunity to run in shorter multidays and includes the only annual 72 hour race in the world.[[Image:Pic Sm_IMG_0137.jpg]]
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[[Image:Sm_IMG_0137.jpg|right|thumb|200px|Yiannis Kouros at Across The Years 2005/06.]]The Across the Years race is one of a handful of multiday events taking place in the United States and provides a rare opportunity to run in shorter races including the only annual 72 hour race in the world and either of two [[48 Hour Races|48 hour race]]s.
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==Update 2019/20==
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This years event has continued to expand since the success of the 6 day with the addition of several new events including a [[Last Man Standing]] and the first ATY 10 day race.
  
 
==Race Name==
 
==Race Name==
Across the Years, Decades, Centuries, and Millennia 72, 48, and 24 Hour Run, Walk, Eat and Nap. Usually abbreviated to Across the years or ATY.
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Across The Years usually abbreviated to ATY.
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==Hosts==
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As of 2010 the new hosts of Across The Years are [http://aravaiparunning.com Aravaipa Running]
  
 
==Course==
 
==Course==
The course is a certified loop around Nardini Manor. Made of crushed gravel and 500 metres in length.
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The course at Camelback Ranch is a 1.05 mile loop (exact distance pending certification). It consists of primarily gravel paths (0.90 mile) with short sections of asphalt (0.12 mile) and concrete (0.03 mile).  The path averages 10-20 feet wide, with a short section that narrows to about 6 feet.
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
Founded in 1983 by Harold Sieglaf who continues to run in the event, the event began with 6,12,24 hour races with the 6 and 12 hour races susequently dropped. The race has been held at various locations in and around Phoenix and has been hosted by the Arizona Road Racers on a number of occasions. The race has grown in popularity over the last few years to the extent that in 2005 the race was filled to capacity early and in 2006 was filled to capacity without being open to applications from the general community.
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Founded in 1983 by Harold Sieglaf who continues to run in the event, the event began with 6,12,24 hour races with the 6 and 12 hour races susequently dropped. The race has been held at various locations in and around Phoenix and has been hosted by the Arizona Road Racers on a number of occasions. The race has grown in popularity over the last few years to the extent that in 2005 the race was filled to capacity early and in 2006 was filled to capacity without being open to applications from the general community.  
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In 2011 the directorship passed to Jamil and Nick Coury and a new venue was found at Camelback Ranch – Glendale, and a 200 runner per day limit was set which meant that the lottery system could be discarded
  
 
==Course Records==
 
==Course Records==
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* Yiannis Kouros 323 miles
  
 
==Race reports==
 
==Race reports==
 
*[http://www.lynndavidnewton.com/run/ATY/04/aty2004.html 200 Miles or Bust 2004/05] by Lynn David Newton
 
*[http://www.lynndavidnewton.com/run/ATY/04/aty2004.html 200 Miles or Bust 2004/05] by Lynn David Newton
 
    
 
    
==RD==
 
Paul Bonnet [email protected]
 
 
 
==Location==
 
==Location==
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Current home of the ATY is Camelback Ranch - about forty minutes drive from Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix, Arizona.
  
Current home of the ATY is Nardini Manor, Litchfield Park - about forty minutes drive west of Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix, Arizona.
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==Contact==
 
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Address: 10710 West Camelback Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85037
==Nardini Manor Contact==
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Mailing Address: Nardini Manor PO Box 282 Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
 
Physical Address: 5601 S. 195th Ave. Buckeye, AZ 85326
 
  
 
==Website==
 
==Website==
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*[https://www.aravaiparunning.com/across-the-years/ 2019-20]
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*[http://www.aravaiparunning.com/acrosstheyears/news/ New Across The Years website]
 
*[http://www.acrosstheyears.com Across The Years.com]
 
*[http://www.acrosstheyears.com Across The Years.com]
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[[Category: 24 Hour Races]]
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[[Category: 48 Hour Races]]
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[[Category: 72 Hour Races]]
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[[Category: 6 Day Races]]
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[[Category: 10 Day Races]]
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[[Category: Last Man Standing]]
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[[Category: USA Races]]
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[[Category: Multiday Races]]
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Latest revision as of 11:08, 5 January 2020

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Yiannis Kouros at Across The Years 2005/06.

The Across the Years race is one of a handful of multiday events taking place in the United States and provides a rare opportunity to run in shorter races including the only annual 72 hour race in the world and either of two 48 hour races.

Update 2019/20

This years event has continued to expand since the success of the 6 day with the addition of several new events including a Last Man Standing and the first ATY 10 day race.

Race Name

Across The Years usually abbreviated to ATY.

Hosts

As of 2010 the new hosts of Across The Years are Aravaipa Running

Course

The course at Camelback Ranch is a 1.05 mile loop (exact distance pending certification). It consists of primarily gravel paths (0.90 mile) with short sections of asphalt (0.12 mile) and concrete (0.03 mile). The path averages 10-20 feet wide, with a short section that narrows to about 6 feet.

History

Founded in 1983 by Harold Sieglaf who continues to run in the event, the event began with 6,12,24 hour races with the 6 and 12 hour races susequently dropped. The race has been held at various locations in and around Phoenix and has been hosted by the Arizona Road Racers on a number of occasions. The race has grown in popularity over the last few years to the extent that in 2005 the race was filled to capacity early and in 2006 was filled to capacity without being open to applications from the general community. In 2011 the directorship passed to Jamil and Nick Coury and a new venue was found at Camelback Ranch – Glendale, and a 200 runner per day limit was set which meant that the lottery system could be discarded

Course Records

  • Yiannis Kouros 323 miles

Race reports

Location

Current home of the ATY is Camelback Ranch - about forty minutes drive from Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix, Arizona.

Contact

Address: 10710 West Camelback Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85037 Email: [email protected]

Website

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