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

100 mi and 100K Are Full!

Wait Lists ARE OPEN

Check Your Registration and Wait List Info: HERE

Registration will remain the same as 2014-$250 for the 100 miler and 100 K.

Friday, May 1, 2015

May is National Mobility Awareness Month-Take Our Fundraising Challenge!

The month of May is National Mobility Awareness Month, which is an annual celebration encouraging people 
with disabilities to enjoy active, mobile lifestyles.  

Vermont 100 is a fundraiser for Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports, which is a non-profit that offers adaptive sports programs and activities to youth and adults with disabilities.  

The Vermont 100 is issuing a challenge to each participant to fund raise $150 for Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sport in the month of May.

Race participants who meet this challenge will be rewarded on race day (details to follow!)

A fundraising page was generated for each participant when you registered (and you should have received an email from with information regarding that page).  Contact Amy Rusiecki (at if you need that information resent to you.

Together, we can make a difference in the lives of numerous mobility challenged athletes throughout Vermont!

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Cary man tests his limits in run across North Carolina

Dave Cockman is all smiles on Jennette's Pier in Nags Head 
after completing his run across North Carolina. TERI SAYLOR

Read more here:

Dave Cockman, 57, covered 664.44 miles in 14 days, 11 hours and 28 minutes to raise money for wounded war veterans

04/19/2015 2:20 PM

Fueled by biscuits, waffles and hot dogs, Cary’s Dave Cockman plowed through North Carolina this month on a pair of legs that carried him more than 600 miles in two weeks on a quest to run from the Tennessee border at Murphy to the Atlantic Ocean at Nags Head.

Cockman, 57, started his journey in Murphy at 7 a.m. on April 4, and on Saturday he took his victory lap on Jennette’s Pier at 7:28 p.m.

When he finished at the end of the pier overlooking the sea, Cockman checked the GPS strapped on his wrist and announced he had covered 664.44 miles in 14 days, 11 hours and 28 minutes.

Read more here:

...At 5-foot-10 and 167 pounds, Cockman is a durable athlete. Last year, he wrapped up the Grand Slam of Ultra Running, consisting of the Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run, the Vermont 100-Mile Endurance Run, the Leadville Trail 100-Mile Run and the Wasatch Front 100-Mile Endurance run all in the same year.

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Congratulations Dave!

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Sunday, March 15, 2015

Finding Traction at Green Mtn Film Festival #VT100 #Ultrarun #VermontAdaptive #VT #NH

Friday March 27 12:30 p.m.
Savoy Theater

"Finding Traction" presents the inspirational story of ultra runner Nikki Kimball and her quest to become the fastest person in history to run America's oldest hiking trail, the 273-mile Long Trail.

The documentary asks what drives her to attempt such an incredible feat, and follows Nikki's journey from its beginning - training and racing in the Rocky mountains - to her actual record attempt through Vermont's beautiful but brutal Green Mountains. Throughout the film, Nikki's crew and support team provide an intimate portrayal of the courage, grit, and passion behind her record attempt, and interviews with the world's leading evolutionary biologists, including Bernd Heinrich, author of "Why We Run," shed light on the science and psychology behind Nikki's incredible race against time.

For Nikki, this well-publicized run is more than a chance to inspire people to be active and spend time outdoors, it's her way of encouraging women and girls to take an equal place for themselves in professional sports. In addition to providing an inside look into the journey of an elite athlete, "Finding Traction" gives viewers a new perspective on the endurance of the human body and spirit, and informs us all us, regardless of our sex, of our true potential and inspires us to reach it.

Check out the Film Festival schedule: HERE