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2012 Race Results
Run Article (PDF)
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2011 Race Results
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OC Register Article(pdf)
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Race Book 2011(pdf)
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2010 Race Results
Official Results (pdf)
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Sports Talk Kids VIDEO
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IMPORTANT NOTICES

GENERAL INFORMATION

Documents you need to read to run this race:

1) Application sign up on-line. Click on Apply Now button on top of page.
Enter your e-mail address and
Create a new password
2) Sample Application
3) Flow Diagram for Qualification and Trail Maintenance
4) Dear Runner letter
Welcome runners to 2014 race
Schedule of events
Drop bag pickup in WW on Friday at 12:30PM
5) Runner Log On:
Click on the Log In button at the top of the page.

CURRENT NEWS

For 2014 TRAINING RUN / TRAIL WORK SCHEDULE click on "Blue Button" [Click for entire message]

VOLUNTEERS
If you are involved in mountain trail endurance running, you know it takes a small army of volunteers to put on a "point to point" 100 mile endurance run.

We need:
1) help at several late wilderness aid stations:
-Idlehour Checkpoint at 83 miles,
-Sam Merrill Checkpoint at 89 miles and
-Millard Checkpoint at 95 miles into the race.

2) help staffing our kitchen at the Finish Line at Loma Alta Park in Altadena.

3) medical volunteers as part of the new Ultra Medical Team, i.e. Paramedics, Nurse, EMTs, First Aid. Everyone that volunteers with the Ultra Medical Team is covered for professional liability (a.k.a. medical malpractice) insurance. Go to http://ultramedicalteam.org/ to the SignUp tab where you can read about the Ultra Medical Team.

4) help trail marking

5) help trail sweeping (preferably with HAM radio).

If you are available on August 2/3, 2014 (Sat/Sun),
Please contact: ken.hamada3@gmail.com
Any help will be appreciated.

For detail information on race including: course maps and profiles, cutoff times, rules and regulation:
2014 AC100 Race Book and
2013 Official AC100 Video

are both posted on the top right corner of the website.

For all future race dates click on the box: "click for entire message".

The 2015 AC100 on-line Application will be available on August 4, 2014 (Monday) at 12 noon, on the AC100 website.

Parking at Chantry and Loma Alta Park during the race.
The biggest challenge of putting on the race is controlling where we park vehicles during the race. Parking at Chantry and Loma Alta Park was never intended to handle vehicle from 150+ runner/crew/pacer. In order to minimize the parking problem we need your help. As the race grows in popularity, vehicle parking problem will also grow unless we try to fix it before it becomes a major problem.
Chantry Flats:
If you are pacing a runner and plan on parking your vehicle at Chantry, PARK YOUR VEHICLE on the "road leading up to Chantry" and not in the Chantry parking lot. This will allow more room for runners crew to park.
Loma Alta Park: DO NOT PARK your vehicles in the following areas:
1) parking lot off Palm Street just South of the restrooms. This parking lot is only for Run Management. We need parking spaces close to the park to put on the race. We are only allowed to reserve 15 parking spaces. The rest are not posted and available for general public use. However, we need all of the parking spaces, even if it is not posted.

2) on Palm Street in front of homes. This for residential parking only.
When I apply for a permit to use the park, the residents complain to the park administrator that during race weekend, they cannot park the vehicles in front of there house on Thur, Fri, Sat and Sun. I tell the park administrator that i am working on it.
The future of the race depends on runners and there crews parking on Lincoln Ave, Loma Alta Drive and Sunset Ridge Road. There are two large parking lots off Sunset Ridge Road next to the baseball field and the pool area.
If I cannot get a permit to finish at Loma Alta Park, the race may be terminated, unless I completely redo the course from point-to-point into a multi-loop type race because there isnt any other reasonable place to finish the race and maintain the point-to-point format.


 



2011 AC100:
Runners on Mt Baden Powell at 9300 ft elevation


Comparing 100 Mile Races

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Angeles Crest 100 mile endurance run

The San Gabriel back country retains much of the natural beauty, if not the primitive wilderness of yesteryear. Thanks largely to the foresight and capable supervision of the U.S. Forest Service and hundreds of volunteers. Picnic areas and campgrounds have been constructed with minimum displacement of the natural setting.

Those desiring to see this primitive wilderness in a single day are invited to participate in the Angeles Crest 100 Mile Endurance Run.

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