June

7, 2020

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Why Run It?

What to Expect

Racers love the Old Dominion 100 because it’s old school – no lottery (though it does sell out), basic aid stations, 40-year-old sign posts, and a spray-painted start line. Yet it’s every bit as tough as flashy events, like the UTMB and Western States, with 14,000 feet of elevation on a mix of paved road, gravel, and trail.

"Wake up with a plan of action, go to bed with satisfaction."

-Greg Plitt

The Old Dominion 100 is run through the countryside in the Massanutten Mountains and Shenandoah River Valley. With the start and finish in Woodstock, along the Appalachian Trail, you’ll have a stellar trail network at your fingertips for any recovery hikes.

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