The 2022 Western States 100 kicks off at 5 a.m. PDT on Saturday, June 25, in Olympic Valley, California, before covering the 100 miles to the city of Auburn.
We’ll be livecasting the event on iRunFar’s Twitter feed with countless text and photo reports from all over the course. We’ll also be combining our Twitter feed with other possible news sources below in this article. We’ve also embedded the race’s video feed below.
Here are a couple of resources to help you follow the race:
- iRunFar’s in-depth women’s and men’s Western States previews;
- iRunFar 2022 Group Think predictions;
- iRunFar’s pre-race video interviews with Katie Asmuth, Camille Bruyas, Luzia Buehler, Ruth Croft, Arlen Glick, Tyler Green, Emily Hawgood, Jared Hazen, Marianne Hogan, Drew Holmen, Anne-Marie Madden, Adam Peterman, Seb Spehler, and Tim Tollefson;
- We’ve also collected all of iRunFar’s Western States articles and resources, including all our extensive pre-race coverage of this year’s race;
- The Western States website with course maps; and
- Live updates for the entire field from Ultralive.net.
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Additional Western States 100 Reading
- Our 2021 Western States 100 results article, with links to all of our post-race video interviews;
- Intriguing Stories and Predictions for the 2022 Western States 100 from AJW;
- Food for the Soul at the Western States 100 from AJW;
- The Growing Competitiveness of the Western States 100;
- An Obsessive’s Description of the Western States 100 Course (Note: Minor updates were made to the course in 2017);
- The Western States Killing Machine Part 1;
- The Western States Killing Machine Part 2: The Marble in the Groove (a favorite of many!);
- The Lore of Western States: Chasing the Silver Buckle;
- The Lore of Western States: The Golden Hour;
- How the West(ern) Was Won (Pam Smith’s description of how she went about winning the hot 2013 WS100);
- We Dream the Same Dreams: Rehabbing the Western States Trail After the American Fire;
- Ann Trason: The Pioneer Returns;
- Ann Trason and the 1995 Western States 100;
- Nikki Kimball and the 2006 Western States 100; and
- Unforgettable Moments in Ultrarunning: The 2010 Western States 100.
Here’s the race’s official video feed: