See website for full list of information
8 hour of volunteer work required to run race. You can do this as a trail volunteer, race volunteer, or another way of volunteering that helps your local community. We encourage you to share your volunteer work on the Kettle Moraine 100 Training Page on facebook. Spread kindness.
NO COST ROLLOVER IF YOU LET US KNOW BY APRIL 1ST
LINK TO ROLLOVER on REGISTER page of website
50% REFUND AVAILABLE UNTIL MAY 15TH
Link to do this on REGISTER page of website
YOU CAN ROLLOVER TO THE NEXT YEAR ONCE. YOU CAN NOT ROLLOVER TWO YEARS IN A ROW.
copy and paste to go to form to withdraw from race: https://www.kettlemoraine100.com/register
Waitlist- update May 21
-We will not be inviting anyone else from waitlist. The list did not move much because we did not have many runners pull out of race.
-There will not be anymore spots opening up.
-We can not transfer your race entry to someone else.
TAKING YOUR NAME OFF THE WAITLIST
You can remove your name from the waitlist by going to your registration history.
How will you know if you are invited off the waitlist?
1. You will get an email inviting you to register.
2. You have the option to accept or deny the invite
3. If you accept the invite follow instructions.
WATCH FOR EMAILS
Please make sure you do not have us marked as SPAM
It is important that we are able to communicate by email
ROLLOVER INVITES Have been sent & instructions on how to use.
The email address that you got your rollover invite, has a credit attached to it on ultrasignup. The credit is enough to cover the cost of registering for the race you had been registered for when you rolled over.
You can use that credit to signup for any distance.
You need to log into the Ultrasignup account using the email address that your invite was sent to because that is how you will use your credit.
Western States Qualifying race
To qualify for the Western States 100 you need to finish Kettle Moraine 100 in 30 hours or under.
Kettle Moraine 100 is one of the oldest 100 mile races in the country
This classic ultra marathon was started in 1995 by Kevin and Kris Setnes. They RD'd for 6 years, then Tim "Timo" Yanacheck and Jason Dorgan Co-RD'd until 2018. These four ultra running pioneers built traditions in Kettle Moraine 100 that will carry on for many years to come. Their work is why so many of us are trail and ultra-marathoners. Thank you Kevin, Kris, Timo and Jason for all you have done. You are greatly admired, respected and appreciated by the trail and ultra community.
Registration opens on January 1st at 11 am Central time
Wisconsin IDNR Parking Sticker is Required
Every car is required to have a Wisconsin Parking pass on their window. You can purchase this through Wisconsin IDNR.
This race is 100% trail with the exception of a few road crossings. 65 miles of the course is run on Wisconsin treasured Ice Age Trail!
Local time: 5:52 PM