Description

The Vermont 100 Endurance Race is one of the original 100 mile runs in the USA and a part of the Grand Slam Series of Ultrarunning. Each year, 300 runners attempt to finish this hilly race over beautiful Vermont back roads and trails under the 30 hour cutoff point, and a well-trained few finish in under 24 hours. The race proceeds support Vermont Adaptive.

29th Annual Vermont 100 Endurance Ride and Run

RACE DATE July 15-16, 2017
Time:  Saturday 100 mile-4 a.m.   100 Km-9 a.m.


100 Mi Wait list
100 Km Wait list
Vermont Adaptive Team Run 2 Empower 
The 100 mile and 100 Km races are sold out but the wait list for each race is open.

Registration Info
Qualification Requirement
Solo Division

Entrants List




Athletes with Disabilities Division

Criteria for entry into the 2017 VT 100 Athletes with Disability (AWD) Category is as follows: AWDs must be able to run the course; tethers may be used for athletes with a visually impairment, leg prosthetics may be used for amputees. Crutches, braces, or poles may be used if indicated/necessary, with approval from the RD. Since the course is a trail through the mountains, it is not suitable for athletes in wheelchairs. AWDs must be able to finish within the 30 hour cutoff.



Volunteer Service
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.










Team Run 2 Empower
The Vermont Adaptive Team Run 2 Empower provides guaranteed entry into the Vermont 100 (100-mile or 100 km 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 vt100@vermontadaptive.org) if you are interested in participating in the Team.





Race Results
Race results from 1989-2016 are posted here.
  





Race Details 
Every year, the third weekend in July, over 400 runners and over 50 horses race through the hills of West Windsor, Woodstock,Taftsville, Pomfret, Cavendish and Reading Vermont all to benefit Vermont Adaptive.

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Sponsors
If you or your company would like to become a Vermont 100 Sponsor, please email us at: vt100@vermontadaptive.org







Volunteers 
Vermont 100 Volunteer Coordinators 2017 vt100volunteers@gmail.com.
This year you can even sign up for specific duties!

In order to guarantee your volunteer shirt size - you need to sign up by May 15th. The t-shirts will be mens sized tech shirts (Mens-SM, Med, Large, XL; we will also have Youth -SM, Med, Large) We do our best to get enough shirts (and the correct sizes) for everyone, however the order goes in to the company on May 15th...so register to volunteer now so you can ensure you get the correct shirt size!

Volunteer Recognition Awards



The Vermont 100 Endurance Race is in it's 29th year and was started by the same woman who founded the adaptive sports program. The VT 100 is put on every year by a committee of 10 dedicated volunteers who work year round, 200 volunteers who come out for race weekend, over 30 private land owners and many donors of funds, products or services. Every penny raised by the VT 100 goes to the continuation and improvement of the programs offered by Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports.

Race Testimonials






Race Merchandise
All proceeds from race merchandise sales go directly to Vermont Adaptive.












Race Photos
Check out our race through images captured by a number of professionals and amateurs.











There are a limited number of spaces available for free camping right at the race site from Friday morning through Monday noon. 
The first 100 requests for camping spots will get them.
A list of local camping and lodging facilities will be sent on request. You will be notified if you requested camping and did not get a spot.

Email for details vermont100mile@gmail.com