2016 Hardrock 100 Live Coverage
The 2016 Hardrock 100 starts in downtown Silverton, Colorado at 6 a.m. MDT on Friday, July 15th. From there, 152 runners will have 48 hours to traverse the 100 miles and 33,000′ of gain in a clockwise-loop back to Silverton, where they’ll kiss the rock to stop the clock. For such a small race, the front of both the women’s and men’s fields is stacked with international talent.
We’ll be livecasting the event on iRunFar’s Twitter feed. We’ll also be combining our Twitter feed with other possible news sources and encouraging all of you to join the discussion in the CoverItLive window below. We also have a full news stream without comments for those who prefer a clean interface.
[We’ve now published our article on the results of the 2016 Hardrock 100.]
Here are a couple resources to help you follow the race:
- iRunFar’s in-depth Hardrock preview;
- iRunFar’s video interviews with Jeff Browning, Anna Frost, Bethany Lewis, Emma Roca, and Jason Schlarb with more to come;
- The Hardrock website with the 2016 Runners Manual – Course Description (pdf);
- Aid station timing updates and runner Spot tracking (also embedded below); and
- Live audio from Hardrock’s radio transmissions.
Special thanks for Salomon for making our coverage of the Hardrock 100 possible! Thanks also to Ultimate Direction and Smartwool for their support of our Hardrock coverage. There can be time gaps between updates at a race as long and remote as Hardrock. Here are some Hardrock-related nuggets to fill your time:
- Our new long-form feature Hardrocking: Sharing the Lode about the mining history along the Hardrock course;
- Our How to Run Hardrock article;
- Long-form Hardrock profile Between a Hardrock and a Place by Leon Lutz;
- 100 Miles High, a video on Darcy Piceu (then Darcy Africa) by Fredrik Marmsater;
- Evan Honeyfield’s Voices of Hardrock video series;
- Dakota Jones’s A Personal Portrait of Hardrock from 2012;
- Our 2014 Hardrock photo albums: The Start, Pitman Cataract Ridge (mile 7.8), KT (mile 11.5), U.S. Grant Swamp Pass (mile 14.8), Oscars Pass (mile 21.3), Telluride (mile 27.8), Governor Basin (mile 35.9), Ouray (mile 43.9), the Bear Creek Trail (mile 47), Engineer (mile 51.9), night (one) falling on the course, Handies Peak (mile 63.7), the Finish (leaders), the Finish (others), and the Awards Ceremony
- Our 2015 Hardrock photo albums: Start, Little Giant (Mile 7) and Cunningham Gulch (Mile 9.2), Maggie Gulch (Mile 15.3), Pole Creek (Mile 19.6), Handies Peak (Mile 36.8), Grouse Gulch (Mile 42.1), Engineer (Mile 48.6); and
- All of iRunFar’s Hardrock 100 articles and resources.
Runner Tracking via Trackleaders.com
2016 Hardrock 100 News Feed and Discussion
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-Bryon Powell, Editor-in-Chief of iRunFar