Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports, a non-profit, volunteer based program which provides recreational and competitive athletic opportunities, instruction and equipment to people with disabilities.
We would also like to welcome and thank our sponsors who provided services, funds and items for prizes or raffle.
Another welcome and 'thank you' from us goes out to the 200+ volunteers who make this event possible! They have been clearing and marking the trials for weeks now and will be out there manning the aid stations on Saturday and Sunday and then cleaning up for days after that!
OPENS at 10 a.m.!
10:00 a.m.-3:45 p.m.
Bring Water Bottles!
Don't Forget Your Car Plaque
Register your Crew Vehicle!
Camping at Silver Hill Meadow opens. Portable toilets will be available.
PRE-RACE CHECK IN from 10:00 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. - all runners must submit to a physical exam which will involve checking vital signs and weight in running gear. This is not a complete physical. Runners must show evidence of adequate training and be knowledgeable about stress factors of prolonged exercise in adverse conditions.
RUNNERS AND CREW BRIEFING MEETING at 4 PM - Attendance at this meeting is required for all runners, handlers and pacers. We will review trail conditions, aid and medical station locations and procedures and any special situations. This is the time to get your questions answered.
Pre-RACE DINNER - Served in the main tent at Silver Hill Meadow immediately following the pre-race briefing approx. 4:30 p.m.
MOVIE NIGHT at VT100
100/Head/Heart/Feet 6:30 p.m
Hammer and Saw Films will be showing their documentary (100 Head/Heart/Feet) regarding the 2013 Vermont 100 at this year's event. They will show it under the main tent following dinner (about 6:30 p.m.) on Friday night, followed by a Q&A session. They will also be on-site on Friday to discuss the film and be selling copies of the film.
Bring water bottles!
Don't forget Bug Spray!!