a fresh look at the all-new course of the STUNT 100 mile run and
give a scenic race through rolling hills a try
the STUNT 100 Mile Run
of the race: Sibbesse,
Lower Saxony, Germany.
is located ca. 15 km (ca. 9 miles) southeast of Hildesheim,
which is ca. 20 km south of Hannover.
It can be reached by plane (Hannover-Langenhagen
by train (Hildesheim station) or by car via Autobahn A7.
100 miles (160.9 km) with ca. 4,060 meters (13,320 ft) of vertical
Saturday, August 3rd,
2013 at 8 a.m.
runners and / or rookies may choose the early-start option: Saturday
at 6 a.m.
After 32 hours, on Sunday, August 4th
at 2 p.m. / 4 p.m.
must have the 2nd
leg completed before 2 a.m. on August 4th!
At the soccer field in Sibbesse
Friday, August 2nd,
2013 at 7 p.m. at the TSV Sibbesse club house next to the soccer
field. The pre-race briefing includes a pre-race dinner with a pasta
and salat buffet. And there is small talk over coffee and pie before
the briefing. You may come as early as 3 p.m. on Friday and meet the
staff and your fellow runners.
marking: None! Runners
must navigate on the course by (maps and) GPS track. Maps will be
handed out at the pre-race briefing or may be sent by e-mail as PDF
files, as are the GPS tracks.
Several. All aid stations will be manned. More information to come.
Check our website every now and then.
recommended equipment: Hand-helt
water bottles, hydration backpack etc.
and / or headlamp. We also recommend having spare batteries, extra
clothes and shoes on hand at the drop bag places. Having a cellphone
(to call the race director or your crew) and some change with you is
K9, support crew:
You may run with a pacer on the 3rd
leg of the race, which will likely be during the night and the
following day. But you must carry your own stuff: no
may take your dog (or two of them) with you on the course. At the
Stunt 100, there have always been runners running and finishing with
their dogs. We appreciate that greatly.
though there is plenty of support from our staff, you may want to
have your own support crew. Since all the aid stations are – more
or less easily – accessible by car, you may want to direct your
crew to those places.
You can leave your drop bag at the soccer field, which is the “race
hub” during the event (see course description for further details).
drop bags will be transported to two different aid stations at km 76
(mile 45) and km 127 (mile 79). Runners wishing to make use of this
service must insure that their bags are securely tied and clearly
marked for transportation. You can drop those bags at the start
before the race.
Every finisher receives a certificate and a special award. The
results are published in the relevant media.
nice awarding ceremony takes place at 4 p.m. on Sunday at the
start/finish area at the soccer field.
€ 75.- The fee includes the pasta and salat buffet at the pre-race
dinner, food and drinks at the aid stations, and the finisher award.
Foreign participants may pay cash at the pre-race meeting.
Send an e-mail with your name, address, and previous participation(s)
at ultrarunning events to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please read the waiver at the bottom of the page carefully!
for the supplies at the aid stations, please let us know about any
is capped at 35 runners. A
waiting list will be maintained.
Runners’ group of the TSV Sibbesse sports club and friends.
- Please read carefully!
the STUNT 100 Mile Run entry
process, you attest that you have read and understand this waiver and
take personal responsibility for participation in the STUNT 100 Mile
Run. You state the following: "I wish to enter and participate
in the STUNT 100 Mile Run beginning
on August 3, 2013. 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 (as well as my own). I am aware that this
trail run is difficult. I am aware that I should not participate in
this event unless I am in excellent physical condition, have
previously run a 50 mile or longer event and have trail running
experience. I am aware that I may be exposed to physical injury from
a number of natural factors including weather conditions 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 and at night.
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 medical aid to me in time
to avoid additional physical injury, even death. Knowing these facts,
and in consideration for being accepted to participate in this Run, I
hereby for myself, my heirs, executors and administrators, waive and
release forever any and all rights and claims of damage I may accrue
against any and all sponsors of this event, the TSV Sibbesse sports
club, its administrators and volunteers, and anyone else that may
become associated with the run, directly or indirectly, 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 for my behalf
contrary to this agreement. I will assume my own medical, emergency,
and search and rescue expenses in the event of an accident or other
incapacity or injury resulting from or occurring during my
participation. I grant permission to use any photographs or other
recordings of this event for any legitimate purposes. As a part of
this waiver, I acknowledge that I have read and understood all of the
above. This release and waiver extends to all claims of every kind or
nature foreseen or unforeseen, known or unknown."
essence of this waiver is that the STUNT 100 Mile Run may present
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 to enable my participation in it.