ENTRY PROCESS & REGISTRATION
The 2019 Vermont 100 race is SOLD OUT. You can sign up to be on our Wait-List for both the 100 mile and the 100 KM races HERE
Please see below for essential registration and race entry information.
For more complete details: Download our Runner’s Handbook here or get it from the VT100 Resource Center.
- Team Run 2 Empower Registration – Opens November 5th, 2018
- Early VT100 Registration – Opens January 7th to January 12th, 2019
- General VT100 Lottery Registration – Opens January 14th to January 19th, 2019
- VT100 Lottery – January 20th, 2019, location and time TBD
*Early registration, general registration, and lottery for both distances will be completed simultaneously.
Further information regarding early VT100 registration and who qualifies is here.
- June 1: 100-mile runners must submit qualifier information.
- June 1: The last day to withdraw from the race and receive a partial refund.
- June 15: All runners must submit volunteer service information or pay the volunteer buy out.
Further information regarding each of these topics is below.
Deepening our commitment to adaptive sports, the 2017 VT100 was the first trail ultra ever to recognize mobility and visually impaired athletes in their own division.
Please find additional information on the AWD program here.
The VT100 reserves race entries for Team Run to Empower, participants who commit to fundraising a minimum of $1,500 for Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports.
- The VT100 requires that all 100-mile entrants complete a *qualifying race.
- There is no list of qualifier races. Any legitimate timed event is acceptable
*Runners must have completed a 50-mile race in under 12 hours (after January 1, 2018), a 100km race in under 16 hours (after January 1, 2018), or a 100-mile race in under 30 hours (after July 15, 2017).
- 100-mile runners must submit their qualifier information here by June 1 or they will not be permitted to run.
- There is no qualifier to run in our 100km race.
All runners (100km & 100-mile) must complete at least 8 hours of volunteer service to the greater running community in order to participate in the event. Service must have been completed within a year of the VT100.
Acceptable volunteer service, ideally, involves:
- Volunteering at a trail or ultra event
- Completing maintenance on a running trail.
*We will accept volunteer work at other (road) running events, or volunteering for an adaptive sports program.
Crewing and pacing DOES NOT COUNT towards the volunteer requirement.
After the races fill, you are welcome to enter the wait list here
As runners withdraw from the race, the top waitlisted runner will automatically be moved into the race and their credit card charged race fees.
The VT100 will offer registered entrants a partial refund of $100 until June 1, 2019. Please email the RD to officially withdraw your entry and ask for a refund.
We do not defer entries to next year’s race. A participant who pays the buy out fee and who officially withdraws by June 1, 2019 can be refunded $100 of that fee as well.
We encourage all runners to fundraise for Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports. Please visit our Fundraising page for more information.
- Learn how VT100 and VT Adaptive work together
- See an updated list of this year’s *top fundraisers
- Make a donation to a team or participant
- Register to become a fundraiser
- Make a donation
*Our top 10 fundraisers will earn bib #1 through bib #10 for this year’s race.
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VERMONT 100 ENDURANCE RUN
VT Adaptive Ski & Sport Headquarters
Attention: Amy Rusiecki
PO Box 139 Killington, VT 05751