The 100 on 100 Relay is a team-based distance running experience in Vermont, with teams consisting of 4-6 runners (Full Team) or 2-3 runners (Ultra Team). The event starts early in the morning on August 12th, with a staggered start depending on your team’s submitted pace, and ends with most teams finishing between 7:30 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. Click the buttons below to learn more!
About The Event
Our race operates like just about any other relay. One runner is allowed on the course at a time and must complete the entire leg before handing off at the designated transition zones. In total, there are 18 legs. Team members not on the course will shuttle their teams between transition zones.
Whether an ultra team of 2-3 runners or full team of 4-6 runners, you are expected to follow the same batting order rotation throughout race. There is an exception to that rule in the case that a runner is incapacitated and unable to continue. In that case, the next runner in the rotation should move up to that slot.
Captains will fill out a team registration form, along with payment, to secure their entire team’s spot in the event. Click here for more information about how to register.
Starting at the Trapp Family Lodge Bierhall (yes, those Von Trapps), the course covers 100 miles on scenic Route 100 from Stowe to Ludlow. Along the way, you’ll
experience picturesque covered bridges, rolling fields, and majestic mountains while winding through the Breadloaf Wilderness, Killington Mountain Resort, and the Ben & Jerry’s Factory Story. All of that and more awaits you before finishing at the Jackson Gore Village at Okemo Ice House (36 Jackson Gore Rd, Ludlow, VT 05149).
Before The Race
The race will feature a sunrise start some teams based upon estimated team race pace. Other teams will start throughout the early morning hours on a rolling basis. With this in mind, we strongly suggest your entire team stays at or near the Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe, VT who is graciously serving as the start of the race. Trapp offers top notch service in their 96 hotel rooms. Teams will start in 10 different waves beginning at 4:40 AM and ending at 9:30 AM. Teams will be assigned a start time as the event gets closer.
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After The Race
Packet pickup will take place on Friday, August 11th at Trapp Family Lodge Bierhall (133 Luce Hill Rd, Stowe, VT 05672) from 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Packet pickup will also be offered race morning, Saturday, August 12th from 4:45 AM – 9:45 AM. Teams are strongly encouraged to pick up their packet on Friday evening to alleviate any stress on race morning. Teams starting at 5:00 AM on Saturday, August 12th, are required to pick up their packet on Friday evening.
There will be plenty of parking at the start line located at the Trapp Family Lodge Bierhall (1333 Luce Hill Rd, Stowe, VT 05672).
After 100 miles together, you deserve to celebrate the second you cross the finish. Luckily, you can do just that. We’ll have a delicious catered buffet of pulled pork, oven-roasted chicken, fresh salad, fruit, veggie wraps, and more. Plus, you get two free beers that you can enjoy while rockin’ out at our after-party.
Each team may only have (1) one vehicle and cannot be larger than a 12-passenger van. This includes buses and motorhomes. This vehicle must display the official vehicle sign that will be given at packet pickup. Ample parking will be available for all team vehicles at the start and finish of the race.
Please note that all teams are responsible for coordinating and booking their own transportation.