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45th Annual 100 Mile One Day Endurance Run

Date: June 3rd, 2023, 4:00am

Time Limit: 24 hours for coveted sterling sliver buckle. 28 hours to finish.

Start: Shenandoah County Fairgrounds: 300 Fairgrounds Rd Woodstock, VA

Finish: Shenandoah County Fairgrounds: 300 Fairgrounds Rd Woodstock, VA

Pre-race Brief: June 2nd, 2023 5pm at Shendandoah Fairgrounds

Capacity: 105

directions
Schedule

Friday

1300- 1700 Runner check in
1700 Mandatory Race Briefing
1700 Drop bags must be at fairgrounds

Saturday

0330-0345 Check in with timer
0400 Start
2400 Mile 75 cut-off time

Sunday

0400 Cut-off for belt buckle
0800 Course closes
0900 Awards banquet and breakfast

Entry

105 slots are available. Once all slots are filled, we moved to a waitlist. The waitlist remains active up to entry cutoff.

Entry fee & Cut off dates:
$225 until May 6th
$250 May 7th-May 21st.

No entries after May 21st

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Eligibility

A 50 mile race or greater, within the time limits of that race, between last year's Old Dominion and this year's Old Dominion. OR finished a previous Old Dominion under 24 hours. See redbook for more information.

All entries are subject to review by the run committee who reserve the right to reject the applications of those deemed unqualified.

All runners are required to meet with the medical team before they will be issued their race numbers. And they will check in with the med team twice on course.

Runners and their support crews are required to attend the pre-race brief.

PitCew

Runners are limited to 1 vehicle for pit crew as parking is tight at aid stations. Fairgrounds can be used to meet up and consolidate. Runners will be given a parking permit for their crew upon check-in. This must be displayed at all times during the race. Crew is not permitted to drive on runners marked course. Crew must follow the directions listed in the runner's redbook. Racer's crew being on course puts the racer at risk for being disqualified. Crew is encouraged to attend the Friday night meeting to gain understanding of the race and state park rules.

Drop bags: Please label drop bags with name, bib #, and aid station name. We do not have limits on drop bag size, but they need to be able to be closed. Please be respectful of the size of your bag as we have many to transport. In addition, we do not recommend storing any glass in the bags as they are moved around a lot throughout the weekend. Drop bag must be at the Fairgrounds by 5pm Friday.

Olivier

Safety runners are allowed from mile 75 (Elizabeth Furance Aid Station) to mile 86 (Veach West Aid station.) They are there to get the runner over a challenging section of the course that typically occurs in the dark. Safety runners are responsible for their own transportation. There are no shuttles between these points. However, there are crew/volunteers around and often willing to drive you back to your vehicle, if you ask around. Note that parking is much easier at Elizabeth Furance than Veach West.
The race does not provide volunteer safety runners.

Directions

Direction to Start/Finish (Shenandoah County Fairgrounds: 300 Fairgrounds Rd Woodstock, VA)

From the north: Take I-81 South to Exit 283. At the top of the off-ramp, turn left onto Route 42. At the second traffic light (Ox road), turn left. The fairgrounds is on the left.
From south: Take I-81 North to Exit 283. At the top of the off-ramp, turn right onto Route 42. At the second traffic light (Ox Road), turn left. The fairgrounds is on the left.

See course information for Crew directions to aid stations.

Nearby Airports

There are 3 major airports within a few hours of the race headquarters. All three locations will require a rental car to get to the start.
- Washington Dulles International (IAD): 82 miles
- Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA): 98 miles
- Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI): 130 miles

Lodging

A number of hotels are minutes from the fairgrounds. Runners receive information in the spring with the hotels we were able to secure a discount with.

Camping- Free camping is available at the fairgrounds. There are no RV hookups but room in the grass for tents or plenty of parking spaces for a camper. The race headquarters will remain open during the weekend for access to indoor bathrooms. On Sunday, a partner hotel will let our runners use the showers at no charge to the runner. Further information is given at pre-race brief meeting.

Hotels

2022 hotel information:

Comfort Inn, Woodstock, VA:
$85.00/night Two Queen beds
Must call hotel directly to get this rate. 540-459-7600

Holiday Inn Express, Woodstock, VA:
$125.00 One King bed/$135.00 Two Queen beds
Must call hotel directly to get this rate. 540-459-5000