2017 Hardrock 100 Live Coverage

Live coverage of the 2017 Hardrock 100.

By on July 11, 2017 | Comments

Hardrock 100 logoThe 2017 Hardrock 100 begins in downtown Silverton, Colorado at 6 a.m. MDT on Friday, July 14th. From there, 145 runners will have 48 hours to traverse the 100 miles and 33,000-plus feet of gain in a counterclockwise 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 are filled with 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 cleaner interface.

Here are a couple resources to help you follow the race:

A special thanks to Smartwool for making our coverage of the Hardrock 100 possible! Altra logo

Thanks also to Altra for their support of our Hardrock coverage.

At a race as long and remote as Hardrock, there will be time gaps between our coverage. Here are some Hardrock-related nuggets to fill your time:

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2017 Hardrock 100 News Feed and Discussion

Live Blog iRunFar’s Live Coverage of the 2017 Hardrock 100

Simplified News Feed of the 2017 Hardrock 100

Our 2017 Hardrock 100 Twitter List

Runner Tracking via MAProgress

Video of the Start of the 2017 Hardrock 100

Meghan Hicks

Meghan Hicks is the Editor-in-Chief of iRunFar. She’s been running since she was 13 years old, and writing and editing about the sport for around 15 years. She served as iRunFar’s Managing Editor from 2013 through mid-2023, when she stepped into the role of Editor-in-Chief. Aside from iRunFar, Meghan has worked in communications and education in several of America’s national parks, was a contributing editor for Trail Runner magazine, and served as a columnist at Marathon & Beyond. She’s the co-author of Where the Road Ends: A Guide to Trail Running with Bryon Powell. She won the 2013 Marathon des Sables, finished on the podium of the Hardrock 100 Mile in 2021, and has previously set fastest known times on the Nolan’s 14 mountain running route in 2016 and 2020. Based part-time in Moab, Utah and Silverton, Colorado, Meghan also enjoys reading, biking, backpacking, and watching sunsets.