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.

Vermont 100 Solo Division

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Printable Solo Division Rules

The Solo Division is recognition of runners who do not use a crew or pacer. An award will go to the male and female overall winners of the division. All finishers in the division will receive a token of their achievements. Solo Division awards are in addition to any other awards. The overall winner of the race may also receive the award for the Solo Division.

The Rules
  1. Entrants may declare their intent to enter the solo division at any time until the final entrants list is set. Entrants may also join or leave the solo division at check-in on Friday before the start.
  2. Entrants in this division will have no crews and no pacers and will not use the crews or pacers of other entrants.
  3. Entrants will rely only on the official aid stations and their own drop bags for all support -- food, fluids, clothing, supplies, etc.
  4. Entrants may not take any aid, equipment, or clothing items left specifically for them at an aid station. Everything must come from the aid station supplies or the runner's drop bags. Entrants may, however, take anything from an aid station that is generally available to all runners regardless of who provided it. They may also take unplanned emergency items from other crews not related to them in any way. Example, a bandaid from another runner's crew.
  5. Entrants may run with any other VT100 entrant or group of entrants, solo or not. Entrants in this division may run with another entrant in the run who has a pacer as long as the division entrant does not take any direct aid from the pacer.
  6. Entrants may be helped in the aid station by aid station volunteers the same as other entrants, but are not to be helped by anyone's crew.
  7. Entrants may get impromptu, unplanned assistance from other runners (but not pacers) while on the course between aid stations (example - water, salt tablet, band-aid, etc).

If entrants violate these rules, they are not disqualified from the entire race; rather, they can continue but will no longer be recognized as being part of the solo division.

For all racers, headphones of any sort are not allowed at all in the VT 100.

All participants enrolled in the solo division who finish the event will receive a token of their completion in addition their plaque or buckle. There will be an additional prize for the first solo Man and Woman over all.

Our Solo Division began with the 2014 race.

To enter yourself in the Solo Division, please e-mail our Registrar at 

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