More than 500 runners and walkers, some dressed like zombies, took to the trails Saturday in Anchorage.
The race served as a fundraiser for maintaining the Girdwood trails.
Corbyn Jahn and Joanne Allan won the 5K races.
Scott Patterson and Christy Marvin blew away their competition in the 15.75-mile race.
Christopher Smith was one of two men to finish in less than five minutes and Anna Dalton was one of two women to finish in less than six minutes.
The 14th annual event included 5K, 10K and kids 1K runs Sunday at the Musk Ox Farm in Palmer.
Eric Strable won on the men’s side as the only racer to finish in under three hours.
Denali Strabel and Nic Maszk were the fastest of the 203 runners who chose to complete both the 5K and the 10K back-to-back.
Now known as the Alaska Distance Classic, Saturday’s race has a loop course and multiple distances.
The ninth annual race was a fundraiser for the Free Burma Rangers.
Photos: Crow Pass Crossing racers hit the trail
The run raises money to fight testicular cancer.
Cindy Freiston has won the women’s race every year since 2013.
Allie Ostrander competed against a much older field in Sunday's 5,000-meter qualifier, finishing eighth and putting her out of contention for a spot in the Rio Olympics.
It wasn't the first time either racer had won the event.
The women's 5,000-meter final is scheduled to begin Sunday at 3:28 p.m. ADT.
Alaska Aerial Media's drones give viewers a chance to watch highlights of the race from a bird's perspective.
Full results from men's, women's and youth races in Seward.
The run was one of many events at this week’s Alaska Pride Festival.