The Western States 100
mile endurance race is coming up on June 29 and 30. This is the world's oldest 100-mile trail race
from Squaw Valley, CA to Auburn, CA with more than 18,000 feet of climbing and 23,000 feet of descending. It's one of the crown jewels of human endurance with more than 1,500 dedicated volunteers.
Our friends Scott and Don at Trail Runner Nation are doing the first-ever 20-hour continuous streaming of the iconic Western States 100 race beginning on Saturday, June 29th at 5pm (PT).
They'll live stream to both Facebook and YouTube and will continue uninterrupted – at least that is the plan J - until the ”Golden Hour” and the final runner crosses the finish line.
These 20 hours of live streaming will cover every aspect of ultrarunning’s original and most beloved race. Along with TRN veteran co-hosts Don Freeman and Scott Warr, dozens of awesome guests will be joining the stream-cast across the 20 hours to share their stories, experiences and unique perspectives about WSER.
From the rich history to record-setting duels, detailed course descriptions to aid station fare, training tips and techniques to heart warming tales of victory and defeat – viewers will be treated to the most comprehensive coverage of WSER in history.
We are excited to support Trail Runner Nation on this ultra podcasting adventure, that's another level of endurance right there!
For anyone spectating or racing, we look forward to seeing you in Squaw Valley at the start on Saturday at 5am or later in Auburn at the finish line!
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