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Vermont 100 Mile Endurance Run

VT100 runner & rider
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 current course record is 14:53:09.

Please join us for our 26th annual race on
July 19-20, 2014

Read timely updates on the Vermont 100 Blog

Record Holders

100 Mile



Men: Leigh R. Schmitt



Women: Kami Semick










100 k





Men: Leigh Schmitt





Women: Dawn Hamel






  • 7/10 - The FAQ has been updated for this year.
  • 7/7 - Published Entrants List with bib numbers.
    Updated Aid Station mileages and open/close times.
  • 6/27 - Updated Crew Rules page with 2014 instructions.
    Added a Non-Crew Spectating page, with viewing sites for people not aiding runners.
  • 6/19 - Added Health Warrior as our newest Sponsor.
  • 6/13 - Obsolete Handler Directions from previous years have been removed. You will receive Handler Directions at Registration on Friday.
  • 6/12 - Updated Solo Division page.
  • 6/10 - Updated the Directions to the race start map to mark "no racer vehicles" roads.
  • 5/27 - Corrected 100km women's record.
    Added a 2014 Results page. During the race you'll be able to check results live from 4 stations!
  • 4/26 - Directions have been updated to improve traffic flow.  Please note the changes.
  • 1/14 - Added the new Solo awards division for racers who don't use an external crew.
    Added  vehicle guidelines for Support Crews.
  • 1/6 - Registration opened and filled up fast! The 100 Mile race filled up in an hour and 20 minutes. There are still a few spots available in the 100k race.  You can also sign up for the 100 Mile wait list (see checkbox on registration form).
    Check your registration info on RunReg.
  • 1/5 - Get the latest race info from our blog or our tweets via the Contact Us page. Also updated contact info there.


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