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 NEW course record is 14:47:35.

Please join us for our 27th Annual Race
July 18-19, 2015

Online Registration TBA

Please take a few minutes and share your opinions with us.

Your Feedback is needed to improve next year's race!

Runner, Rider, Crew Person or Pacer:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VT100Survey2014

Volunteers: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VT100VolunteerSurvey

2014 Race Results Posted

Vermont 100 Ride Results

Vermont Moonlight Ride 75

Vermont Ride 50

Monday, August 18, 2014

Vermont 100 Race Director Special- Julia O’Brien and Amy Rusiecki-DFL Ultrarunning #vt1002014


Check out this interview with Julia and Amy.
Episode 34 Vermont 100 Race Director Special- Julia O’Brien and Amy Rusiecki August 11th, 2014

We are back already to finish off discussion of the Vermont 100 with Race Director 2014 Julia O'Brien and 2015 on Amy Rusiecki. Scott Baver also joins to discuss our 8 hour race at the BURCS Sweltering Summer Ultra & Marathon.

Thanks for listening- you can send feedback at dflultrarunning@comcast.net, our FB and Twitter accounts (DFL Ultrarunning) and itunes.

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Thanks DFL Ultrarunning

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Be sure to check our website in December for the details and 
date for online Registration for next summers race!  
We hope to see you all again on July 17-19, 2015!!

A Benefit for Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports Sports for Every Body

Monday, August 4, 2014

Vermont 100 Merch For Sale Online! #vt1002014

Didn't have time to "Shop 'til You Drop" at the Race?
Need a few presents for Friends or Family or Crew?
Early Winter Holiday Shopping?

Have we got a site for YOU! 
(and the money you spend goes to Vermont Adaptive!)


You can also make donations to:
Brownsville Rescue Squad -Rough Terrain Vehicle FundThe local Fire / Rescue Squad is trying to raise money to offset the purchase a new Rough Terrain Vehicle. They have been a staunch supporter of the VT 100 and the VT 50 (in September) and are always there and on call to trek out into the woods to aid one of our participants, should the need arise.
and 
General Donation to the VT 100 We appreciate every dime that is donated to our event.
Every penny made goes directly to Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports to support their programs and the equipment needed to teach lessons.

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Be sure to check our website in December for the details and 
date for online Registration for next summers race!  

We hope to see you all again on July 17-19, 2015!!


A Benefit for Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports Sports for Every Body

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Race Results Are Posted!! #vt1002014


The Race Results for the 26th Annual 
Running of the Vermont 100 are now posted!!



Again, Thank You ALL for joining 
us in this amazing race for a great cause!!

Thank You Landowners and
A HUGE Thank You 
to Our Wonderful Volunteers!

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Take a few minutes and share your opinions with us. 
Your Feedback is needed to improve next year's race.

If you participated in the race as a runner, rider, crew person or pacer please fill out this survey:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VT100Survey2014

If you volunteered with us:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VT100VolunteerSurvey

Please share these links with other folks that attended our race!
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Be sure to check our website in December for the details and 
date for online Registration for next summers race!  


We hope to see you all again on July 17-19, 2015!!



A Benefit for Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports Sports for Every Body

Monday, July 21, 2014

Please Fill Out Our Post Race Survey! #vt1002014


Take The Survey!
Please help us make 2015 
the BEST Vermont 100 yet

Take a few minutes and share your opinions with us. 
Your Feedback is needed to improve next year's race.

If you participated in the race as a runner, rider, crew person or pacer please fill out this survey:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VT100Survey2014

If you volunteered with us:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VT100VolunteerSurvey

Please share these links with other folks that attended our race!

Hope to see you ALL next year!

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Thank You Vermont 100! #vt1002014

It’s over!!
A BIG Congratulations go out to Brian Rusiecki who set a NEW Vermont 100 Endurance 100 mile Run Course Record with a time of 14:47:35. The old course record has held for 10 years. It was set in 2004 by Leigh Schmitt with a time of 14:53:09.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the 26th Vermont 100 Endurance Race! I hope that everyone had a great time! If you ran, whether you finished or not, your starting this event was a win for the good people at Vermont Adaptive. If you crewed, volunteered or cheered, thank you for your time spent in aiding another persons adventure. If you’re leaving the VT 100 this weekend any less than a sleep deprived, elated, muddy mess, you might have missed something out there, come back next year and try again!

I would like to say a special thank you to the many land owners out on the course and especially the land owners who let us use the field for our home base every year AND the community members and businesses who offer their support every year!



Also, a big thank you to all of our sponsors, especially Mt Ascutney Hospital and Heath Center for the donation of their staff for our med team as well as the supplies in the med boxes.  VTel for managing to put wifi in the middle of a field, Vermont Pure/Crystal Rock for donating all of the water on course and Salomon, Petzl, Atayne and Health Warrior Chia for their support and prizes!

This years event raised about $45,000 for Vermont Adaptive which will provide access to competitive and recreational athletics that will change the lives of hundreds of people with disabilities.  As a current volunteer ski instructor who loves her “job”, thank you all again and again for coming out this weekend. Before I was the Race Director here, I became involved with this amazing event through my volunteering with Vermont Adaptive. I started volunteering when I was 11 years old and it’s absolutely changed my life. Not only my personal experiences as a volunteer, but witnessing the life changing effect that the independence and exhilaration of sports can have on it’s participants has helped me become the person I am today.  

It is with mixed emotions that I say good-bye to the VT 100 this year, my last as the RD. When people outside of the running world have asked me about the experience, I have always explained that for me, the event is like an annual family reunion, for a family with a lot of crazy cousins. It’s a lot of work but so much fun.

It has been my distinct pleasure to work WITH the volunteers of the VT 100 and FOR the runners. I have learned so much, seen so much and grown so much in the last 5 years. I know that I am leaving the event in good hands with an amazing Race Committee and our new RD, Amy Rusiecki. I may be headed for a slightly less glamorous lifestyle, farming with my growing family, but I will love every minute of it and you can be sure that I will cherish the memories of my time as the RD here.
I am excited to see where Amy will take the event in the next 5 years. With her experience as an elite ultra runner, her super organizational skills and her passion for this event, I know it will only get better. Hopefully she’ll let me work at an aid station next summer so I can see all you crazy runners again!

Take a few minutes and share your opinions with us. 
Your Feedback is needed to improve next year's race.

If you participated in the race as a runner, rider, crew person or pacer please fill out this survey:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VT100Survey2014

If you volunteered with us:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VT100VolunteerSurvey

Please share these links with other folks that attended our race!

Be sure to check our website in December for the details and 
date for online Registration for next summers race!  


We hope to see you all again on July 17-19, 2015!!



A Benefit for Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports Sports for Every Body