September 29, 2001 5:00AM Wrightwood, California (last Sat of Sept)


I wish to enter and participate in the Angeles Crest 100 Mile Endurance Run. I accept the rules, conditions, and regulations of the event and will comply with them. I acknowledge that I am responsible for my pacers and crew, and can be disqualified for their violations of the rules. I am aware that this trail run of 100 miles is extremely difficult and hazardous for even well conditioned athletes under the most favorable of conditions. This run covers difficult mountainous terrain and spans great extremes of altitude and temperature. I am aware that I should not participate in this even unless a) I am in excellent physical condition, b) I have previously run ultra-marathon distances (preferably 50 miles) on rugged trails, and c) I have recently had a complete physical examination, including a stress electrocardiogram. I am also aware that I may be exposed to physical injury from a number of natural factors including snow and other hazards on the trail, lack of water, communicable diseases, wildlife, and to hazards of vehicular traffic and other hazards attendant to running along or across roadways during the day or at night. I understand and accept that the risks include the fact I may become injured or incapacitated in a location where it is difficult or impossible for the Run's management to get required medical aid to me in time to avoid additional physical injury, even death. Knowing these facts, nevertheless in consideration of the Run's accepting this entry, I HEREBY FOR MYSELF, MY HEIRS, EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS, WAIVE, RELEASE AND DISCHARGE the Angeles Crest 100 mile Endurance Run, U.S. Forest Service, any official sponsor, entity, and the officers, trustees, directors, shareholders and/or members, agents and employees of each, all medical and other personnel assisting with the Run, or any of them and any other person connected with this running event, their representatives, successors and assigns; FROM ANY AND ALL RIGHTS CLAIMS OR LIABILITY FOR DAMAGE for any and all injuries to me or my property, or for damage caused by me or by anyone else (including Acts of God), arising out of or in connection with my participation in this event. I further agree that I will defend and indemnify the above released parties against all claims, demands and causes of action or other proceeding brought by or prosecuted in my behalf contrary to this agreement. This release extends to all claims of every kind and nature whatsoever, whether known or unknown, and I expressly waive any benefits I may otherwise have under section 1542 of the Civil Code of California, otherwise protecting me from the release of unknown claims. I understand that entry fees are necessary to meet the costs of preparation months in advance of the Run, and that if the Run is cancelled because of fire, drought, storms, acts of God, or other circumstances beyond the control of the race management, the entry fee will not be refunded . THE ESSENCE OF THIS RELEASE IS THAT THE ANGELES CREST RUN PRESENTS EXTREME AND UNKNOWN RISKS FOR WHICH I FREELY AND VOLUNTARILY AGREE TO BE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE, IN ORDER TO ENABLE THIS EVENT TO TAKE PLACE AND MY PARTICIPATION IN IT. Once the application has been received and the check has been cancelled by the bank, there will be no refund. The application is not transferable to next years run (it can only be used for this years run). The run is limited to the first 150 runners. The Run Organization is not responsible for any drop bags left on the course during the Race. It is the Runners responsibility to find and retrieve all drop bags left on the course. You can enter the Race without completing the Trail Maintenance Work. The Schedule will not be ready till March 2001. However, eight hours of Trail Maintenance Work will be required prior to starting the Race. Race Drop Contract must be signed prior to entering the Race.

Name ____________________________________________________Sex____Birthday_____________Age____on Race Day

(Please PRINT or TYPE your name clearly, to have your plaque engraved correctly!)

Address ____________________________________________City _________________________ State___Zip____________

(Please PRINT or TYPE your address clearly, it will save both of us a lot of time!)

Home Phone (____)_____________________Work Phone (____)_________________T-shirt size(men's size) ______S,M,L,XL

Your E-mail: ______________________________________________Access to Webpage: Yes / No ______

Qualification: Completion of a 50 mile run prior to September 1, 2001. Average weekly mileage _______________________

I have Completed the following marathons / ultra marathons:

Name & Distance - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Date - - - - - - - - Location - - - - - - - - - Finish Time




An entry fee of $160.00 must accompany this application. Please make checks payable to Angeles Crest 100 Mile Endurance Run. Mail to Angeles Crest 100, 370 West Colorado St. Arcadia, 91007 postmarked before June 1, 2001. The late entry fee is $185.00 for entries postmarked after June 1, 2001; $210.00 for entries postmarked after July 1, 2001; $235.00 for entries postmarked after August 1, 2001; $260.00 for entries postmarked after September 1, 2001. Your canceled check is your receipt of confirmation. By signing this application, I agree to the rules stated in this application and will abide by them.

Signature _________________________________________________________________________ Date _______________

One four color and one heather Gray T-shirt for entries postmarked before December 31, 2000.

One four color T-shirt for entries postmarked before January 31, 2001.

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September 29, 2001 5:00AM Wrightwood, California

Information and awards offered: From Wrightwood to Pasadena. 100 miles includes 92 miles of trails and 6 miles of dirt road in the Angeles National Forest including portions of the Pacific Crest Trail, and 2 miles of paved road. The race starts on Park Street in downtown Wrightwood and finishes at Johnson's Field in Pasadena. There is a 21,610 feet cumulative elevation gain, 26,700 feet cumulative loss, resulting in a 48,310 feet total elevation Change. The highest point is Mt. Baden-Powell at the 9,210 feet level. The Run Brochure contains: course description and profile; aid stations, drop bag, and pacer information, safety issues, accommodations, Award Ceremony, and picnic, medical aid, race organization, sponsors, detail maps, check-in time, and trail information. The Medical Check, trail briefing, and Drop Bag Pickup will occur on Friday morning in Wrightwood. The Medical Check is mandatory. For advance accommodation Call Wrightwood Chamber of Commerce: (760) 249-4320.

AWARDS (Only one Bronze Award per finisher)

1. Bronze Ram Award for the 1st overall finisher and the 1st female finisher 18 to 75 years.

2. Bronze 10 Point Buck for the 2nd and 3rd overall finisher, if they do not receive a bronze award.

3. Bronze Cougar Award for 1st overall and female finisher 30 to 75 years.

4. Bronze Arabian Stallion Award for the 1st overall finisher 35 to 75 years.

5. Bronze Rhino Award for 1st overall and female finisher 40 to 75 years.

6. Bronze Eight Point Buck Award for the 1st overall finisher 45 to 75 years.

7. Bronze Buffalo Award for the 1st overall and female finisher 50 to 75 years.

8. Solid Sterling Silver Buckle for finishers under 24 hours.

9. Bronze Ram Buckle for finisher by the Second Sunrise (25:47).

10. Bronze Ram Buckle for finishers under 33 hours.

11. Distinctive acid etched metal plate mounted on a solid walnut plaque for all finishers (mailed 4 weeks after run).

12. Dated 5-color Finisher T-shirt for all finishers.

13. Multi-color T-shirt for all applicants.

14. Specially Embroidered AC100 Baseball hats for all Award Winners.


1. Solid 14k Gold Buckle for 1st finisher that breaks the overall course record of 17:35:48.

2. Solid Sterling Silver/ Gold Buckle for the 1st male or female finisher who breaks the male or female course record.

3. Bronze California Grizzly Award for the 1st overall finisher that wins both Western States and Angeles Crest in the same year.

4. Bronze Eagle Award for any finisher that completes ten straight races.

5. Bronze Elk Award for any finisher that completes ten races.


Applications are available for: The Last Great Race on Earth (six 100 milers in one year) and the Western United States (four 100 milers in one year). Send SASE: with all requests for applications and information. All applicants must apply before September 1, 2001. No applicants for these special awards will be accepted after this date.

Note: The best way to communicate with the Run Organization is as follows: Send a SASE with a written request. Next best way: Send email to: The worst way is by telephone/voice mail. We cannot make a collect call to voice mail. Please take a few moments to PRINT or TYPE your name/address clearly, it will save us both a lot of time!

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