January 22, 2017 at 7 pm ET
The 2017 Vermont 100 Endurance Race will continue to do registration in 3 waves, as described below.
Between January 15th, at 7pm (EST) and January 21st, at 7pm (EST), runners who meet the following criteria will be allowed to register for the 100-mile race:
- runners who have finished Vermont 100 mile at least 4 times in the last 8 years
- runners who are registered for the 2017 Grand Slam
- 2014, 2015 and 2016 overall podium finishers (top 3 male, top 3 female) of the VT100 mile
- 'local supporters' of the race (reserved for race committee members, long time uber-volunteers, land owners who allow us permission to use their property for the race, etc. Email the RD if you believe you qualify.)
Runners who meet the above criteria will be emailed an individual registration link prior to January 1st. If you believe you should be on this list but don't receive an email by that time, reach out to the RD (after January 2nd!) to receive an individual registration link prior to early registration.
On January 22nd at 7pm (EST), 100-mile registration will open on a first come/first serve basis until the race fills. If the race reaches capacity, runners may register for the wait list.
On January 29th at 7pm (EST), 100k registration will open on a first come/first serve basis until the race fills. If the race reaches capacity, runners may register for the wait list.
NEW for 2017
Athletes with Disabilities Division
All runners must complete 8 hours volunteer service, or pay the Volunteer Buy-Out fee, prior to June 15th. More information on the volunteer service requirement is here.
All 100 mile participants must meet the qualifying requirements prior to June 1st. More information on the qualification requirement is here.
Team Run 2 Empower
The Vermont Adaptive Team Run 2 Empower provides guaranteed entry into the Vermont 100 (100-mile or 100k race), plus raises additional money for Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports. There are limited slots, to be filled on a first come/first serve basis, however spots are currently available. Please contact the Race Director (at email@example.com) if you are interested in participating in the Team.
2016 Race Results
2016 Survey Posted!
Post Race Survey
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Merchandise Because you really need some cool Vermont 100 stuff. Reward your friends and family and crew.
Race Details: Every year, the third weekend in July, 300 runners and sometimes over 70 horses race through the hills of West Windsor, Woodstock,Taftsville, Pomfret, Cavendish and Reading Vermont all to benefit Vermont Adaptive.
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Race Merchandise-all proceeds from race merchandise sales go directly to Vermont Adaptive.
Vermont 100 Volunteer Coordinators 2016