9/27/2021 SkyRun at Wasatch 100
SkyRun staff and friends had a blast serving up food, drinks, and support for the racers
More importantly, congrats to all the racers, organizers, volunteers, and pacers of this year's Wasatch 100! The weather was certainly a wildcard for an already tough course.
And thanks to the race directors for allowing us to run the aid station at mile 77. From power naps to grab-and-go food, it was inspiring to watch runners dig deep to knock out the final 23 miles. We’re already looking forward to next year’s race…. And we promise to bring more cans of Coke next time!
Come volunteer at the Wasatch 100 race with us!
We’re running an aid station at mile 75 during the Wasatch 100 next week (Sept 10-11) and are looking for a few more volunteers to help prepare and hand out food! Bonus points if you’re great at doling out motivational speeches to exhausted runners.
Aid station workers get an extra ½ ticket towards a future year’s race lottery!
Forty years after the first event, the Wasatch Front 100 Mile Endurance is still a classic thanks to its history and burly terrain. The course traverses the beautiful, yet rugged, central Wasatch for a gain of 24,000’ and a loss of nearly the same.
Send us a DM or email to James@skimo.co if interested!
This article was originally published on 8/31/2021 and was last updated on 9/27/2021.