Presented by HOKA
2021 Registration & Waitlist
Initial Capacity for 2021: 100 Mile - 400 Runners | 100K - 200 Runners | 31K - 100 Runners
Similar to 2020, new registrations for the 2021 Javelina Jundred beyond the initial capacity will be placed on a waitlist where fees will not be processed until confirmation of the event. Upon confirmation of the event, runners will be selected from the waitlist on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Runners who have deferred their entry from 2020 will be rolled over to the 2021 event, skipping any waitlist process.
Runners! If you have deferred your 2020 entry to 2021 you have received an email to register! Please check your email and follow the link to register - this will be at no additional cost. We ask 2021 registrants to sign the 2021 waiver and re-enter any shirt size and bib requests. If you have add-ons from 2020 including camping or merchandise these too have been accounted for so please do not re-purchase these items. Welcome to Javelina!
The Ultra Jalloween Party
Welcome to the 19th annual Javelina Jundred presented by HOKA! A unique and festive ultra unlike any 100 in the nation, the Javelina Jundred will test your endurance and challenge your sanity. Come and dress your best, and celebrate with us this "Jalloween" and experience the "party ultra" October 30-31, 2021!
Jackass Night Trail
The 2021 event features an event within the event: Jackass Night Trail! A unique night race with TWO WAVES that grants participants a ticket to the party at Jackass Junction! Put your party pants or take them off to experience the course for one loop this Jalloween! Invite your friends, crew, family and every runner you know to the Disco the Desert October 30th!
The 100 Miler is a 2022 Western States 100 Mile Endurance Run Qualifier & the 100 Miler and the 100 Kilometer are 2022 UTMB Qualifiers (4 Points).
The course is a five loop format with the start/finish area staged out of the Four Peaks Staging Area (Javelina Jeadquarters). Loop one will be 22.3 miles and include the Shallmo, Pemberton, and Escondido Trails. Loops 2-5 will be identical at 19.4 miles including parts of the Cinch, Scenic, Pemberton, and Shallmo Trails. Trails feature rolling single track through the Sonoran Desert. Run past giant Saguaro Cactus, granite boulders, and dry wash-beds as you tour the most popular trail of McDowell Mountain Regional Park. 100-kilometer runners will complete the first three full loops of the 100 Mile course.
Loops are run one way.
Each loop features a gentle 600-foot climb from the start/finish at Javelina Jeadquarters to the high point near the foothills of the McDowell Mountain range. The trail dips in and out of wash beds on the far side of the course before descending back to the start-finish. The trail is a mix of hard-packed granite, rocks, and sand.
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Local time: 6:57 AM