Brent Weigner was both a runner and an organizer of the First North Pole Marathon

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Martin Tighe (United Kingdom) was the winner of the North Pole Marathon 2003
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Brent Weigner - USA Marathon Runner and Marathon Organizer
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Brent Weigner - USA
   To date, he has run in excess of 120 marathons
   and ultras. Brent completed marathons in all 50 states and
   Washington, D.C., on January 18th, 1998. On October 11th, 1998,
   he completed marathons in all the Canadian provinces and

   Most notably, however, on July 27, 1999, Brent became the first
   person in the world to run an ultra marathon on all seven
   continents. With his entry to the North Pole Marathon, he now
   hopes to be the first person to complete an ultra Grand Slam by
   finishing the 50k option at the Pole. A vastly experienced traveler,
   he has competed in races in 84 countries and has a marathon PB
   of 2.45. Among his most recent ultra adventure races have been
   the 150-mile Marathon des Sables through the Sahara Desert, the
   104-mile Jordan Desert Cup, the Mt. Kilimanjaro 50k and the
   South Pole 45k in Antarctica.

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