|Each participant is required to document 8 hours of qualified service. The requirement may be met in the US or abroad at ANY ultra event of 50K or longer. Officially recognized trail maintenance of any 50K or longer race or local, state or national trail system that encourages recreation is also ALWAYS accepted. The VT 100 will usually accept time volunteered to youth running teams or clubs and any program that directly engages folks with disabilities in recreation.|
The service must take place during the 14 months before the race. The VT100 service requirement form will be submitted electronically through RunReg.com. Information on how to submit your service requirement details will be available after registration.
All acceptable service must be completed prior to June 15th. In the event that you are unable or unwilling to meet this requirement, you may instead pay a $150 service buyout fee. This can be paid on our online registration site or by check. The fee is due by the same June 15th deadline.
We have updated the RunReg page, so you can now report your volunteer service.
New this year, you will electronically submit your volunteer service information. There are two ways to access your personal RunReg registration page:
1. When you registered, you got a confirmation email that contained a link to your personal registration info.
2. If you have a runreg user name, you can log in to that and access your info.
Either way, once you're into your registration page, you will scroll down to "Editable Entries" select on "Edit Entry" and you will see your original sign up screen.
If you registered for the VT100 as a guest, then you will have trouble getting into your registration information. You'll need to go back to your confirmation email (from when you registered) and there should be a link there to access your VT100 registration info. If you can't find that email, then the Race Director will resend it to you from Runreg.com.
Once you've access your personal registration page, you can:
- input your service information (once completed) until June 15th
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 race proceeds support Vermont Adaptive.