Race Day Info

Date/Time: September 8, 2017 at 5:00 AM

Race Distance: 99.42 Miles

Location(Start/Finish): East Mountain Wilderness Park, Kaysville, UT / Soldier Hollow Pavilion, Midway, UT

Race Day Temperature at Start (High/ Low Avg.): 81 / 56 F

Sunrise/Sunset: 7:01 AM / 7:49 PM

Race Cutoff (Hrs.): 36

Course Information

Course Layout (Map): Point to Point

Terrain: Footpaths, game trails, and dirt roads with a few stretches of pavement.

Elevation Change (Ascent/Decent): 47,300 (24,000 ft. / 23,300 ft.)

Altitude Above Sea Level (Min./Max.): 4600 ft. (Start) / 10,467 ft. (Point Supreme)

Number of Aid Stations (Max. distance in miles between A.S.): 17 (11.1 mi.)

Race Information

Cost: $250

Completion rate: 64% (201/314) 2017, 64% (213/334) 2016, 65% (203/313) 2015

Course Record (M/F): 18:30:55 Geoff Roes (2009) / 22:21:47 Bethany Lewis (2014)

Prerequisites/Lottery/Trail Work Req.: No / Yes / Yes, 8 hours

Qualifying Race for: Western States 100 and Hardrock 100

Race Series: Grand Slam of Ultrarunning and Rocky Mountain Slam

Website: http://www.wasatch100.com/index.php

Race Director: John Grobben

Year Established: 1980

Other Race Distances: N/A

Fun Fact: In 1981 Wasatch 100 had a 30 hour cutoff. There were 0 finishers that year.

Nearest Airports (HRs): Salt Lake City, UT (.5)

Race Reports

2016

Wasatch 100 Race Report – Tommy Barlow

Wasatch 100 Race Report – Strangely Alive

2015

Stupid Me: A Wasatch 100-Mile Race Report – Sarah Lavender Smith

“Welcome to Heaven or Hell” – Emmanuel Odebunmi

Race Report Wasatch 100 – Tahoe Running

2014 and earlier

Wasatch Front 100: The Finale of The Grand Slam of Ultrarunning – Ian Sharman

2012 Wasatch Front 100 Race Report: Patience and Strategy – Jeff Browning

Wasatch 100 Mile Endurance Run: To the Brink and Back – Scott Dunlap

Triple Comback: A Wasatch 100 Race Report – Studies in Clydeology

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