The 2022 Hardrock 100 begins in downtown Silverton, Colorado at 6 a.m. U.S. Mountain Daylight Time on Friday, July 15. From there, 145 runners will have 48 hours to traverse the 100 miles and 33,000-plus feet of gain in this year’s clockwise loop back to Silverton, where they’ll kiss the rock to stop the clock.
For such a small event, there’ll be some exciting action at the front of the men’s and women’s races. We’ll be livecasting the event over on iRunFar’s Twitter feed with text and photo reports from all over the course. We’ll also be combining our Twitter feed with other possible news sources in the combined feed below.
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Resources for Following the 2022 Hardrock 100
Here are a couple resources to help you follow the race (with more to follow as race day approaches):
- iRunFar’s in-depth Hardrock preview;
- iRunFar’s pre-race video interviews with Stephanie Case, Courtney Dauwalter, François D’Haene, Maggie Guterl, Dakota Jones, Kilian Jornet, Dani Jung, and Darcy Piceu;
- The Hardrock website with the 2022 Runners Manual and in-depth course description; and
- Aid station timing updates and runner GPS tracking (also embedded below).
More to Read While Following the 2022 Hardrock 100
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:
- Our feature story Hardrocking: Sharing the Lode about the mining history along the Hardrock course;
- Our How to Run Hardrock article;
- Highlights from our 2021 coverage, including our 2021 Hardrock 100 results article and post-event interviews with champions Sabrina Stanley and François D’Haene;
- A long-form Hardrock profile, Between a Hardrock and a Place, by Leon Lutz;
- Evan Honeyfield’s Voices of Hardrock six-part video series from 2012;
- Bryon Powell’s articles from his lead up to the 2018 Hardrock: The Journey to Hardrock: A Joyous Gift and Embracing Inadequacy, as well as his photo essay from that year’s race;
- Our profiles of Blake Wood, now a 22-time Hardrock finisher, and Rick Trujillo, one of the Hardrock course’s designers and a past champion;
- Dakota Jones’s A Personal Portrait of Hardrock from 2012;
- Andy Jones-Wilkins’s Love Letter to the Hardrock course from Ouray to Telluride; and
- All of iRunFar’s Hardrock 100 articles and resources.