the STUNT 100
edition in 2013, the STUNT 100 mile run is to be run on a new course.
is what you still get – the basics:
100 mile run in the scenic countryside around Sibbesse
course is divided into four different, consecutive legs with the
soccer field in Sibbesse as a “race hub”
low-key event with friendly, dedicated staff; and a family-like
atmosphere among everybody.
is what’s new in 2013, what you also get:
more of the scenic countryside, more of those hills
distances between aid stations
briars and stinging nettles, less undergrowth
general: a more demanding course
course of the STUNT 100 Mile Run is divided into four different
back-to-back legs with the soccer field in Sibbesse functioning as
its “race hub”. Despite short sections on asphalted roads or
pathes, the STUNT is chiefly a trail run. Most portions are on single
trails and jeep / forest roads, leading up and down steep creek
valleys, over rolling hills, and alongside beautiful fields and
leg: Trailrunner’s Paradise. 48.7 km (30.3 mi), 1,305 meters (4,281
ft) of vertical gain.
in the Hildesheim forest area to the north of Sibbesse. Lots of
trails and ups and downs.
leg: Running the Moguls. 54 km (33.5 mi), 1,525 meters (5,003 ft) of
the woods and over the hills to the south and southwest of Sibbesse.
Get nice overlooks from the top of the “Seven hills” above the
Leine river valley.
leg: The Külf Mountain Traverse. 37.8 km (23.5 mi), 789 meters
(2,588 ft) of vertical gain.
night ride: Even more hills; a steep ravine; and a beautiful, long
single trail traversing the Külf mountain.
leg: The Capper. 20.4 km (12,7 mi), 441 meters (1,447 ft) of vertical
completed the STUNT 100 Mile Run! What a stunt, be proud of yourself!
may be minor changes to the course layout before the race. Check the
link on our website every now and then.