THE ROUTE

160 km, 8500 m D+

19 AUGUST 2022*
Saluzzo (CN) | Time limit 42 hours

*Added on 26/06/2022

The route could change

Comune di Saluzzo, Parco del Monviso, the Montane Unions of Monviso and Valle Varaita, the Valle Po and Varaita mountain catchment area as promoters, the Fondazione Amleto Bertoni as organizing leader, with the technical advice of Carlo Degiovanni and the Valle Varaita Running Associations as leader, Atletica Saluzzo, Podistica Infernotto and Podistica Sanfront, launch a new interval event, international in scope: the sports weekend “Terres Monviso”, an entire weekend dedicated to running around the King of Stone whose main piece will be the 100 Miglia del Monviso, a 166 km ultra trail. A weekend to run with three events and over 160 km of trails for trailers who love new challenges.

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LOCATION

Saluzzo
Crissolo
Casteldelfino
Brossasco
Saluzzo

TOTAL KM

0
65
103
144
168

TOTAL TIME

T. TIME

0
19
28
36
44

KM FROM PREVIOUS GATE

0
65
38
41
24

TIME FROM PREVIOUS GATE

0
19
9
8
8

DATE

23/07
24/07
25/07
25/07
25/07

HOUR

21,00
16,00
01,00
09,00
17,00

The specialty is the long-distance Mountain Running Trail with the ambitious goal of building two side events around it: Monviso Vertical Race and the historic 40 km TMT – Tour Monviso Trail. 

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Qualifying race for the Plogging World Championship

PACER

On long distances, a very high level physical and psychological preparation is essential, but in some moments the support of a friend is more crucial than hours of training!
The 100 Miglia Monviso introduces a great novelty in the world of trail: the PACER.
From the life base of Casteldelfino, upon arrival, it will be possible to run alongside a teammate, with the aim of giving him the pace and supporting him; the pacer will be regularly registered and will be able to access the refreshment points, but will not appear in the final classification and cannot help the athlete accompanied by bringing his materials or anticipating him in the refreshment points.
The role of the pacer is defined in article 20 of the regulation, and can be registered on the wedosport.net website:

A “Pacer” is defined as a competitor regularly registered in the event who offers his duties as an athlete’s companion for a section of the race course;
A competitor may be accompanied by a Pacer only and exclusively from the Life Base of Casteldelfino (km 100) onwards, up to the finish line;
The Pacer must regularly register as such, paying the relevant fee. The same registration rules apply as for a competitor to the 100 Miglia Monviso, therefore being in possession of a regular medical certificate, being of age, having a membership in Fidal, EPS or Runcard, etc.
The Pacer will be in possession of a regular bib, differentiated and clearly distinguishable from the others, and matched to the bib of the competing athlete;
A Pacer will absolutely not be able to bring food, water, clothing, material of any kind on behalf of the accompanied athlete. You can precede or follow the latter on the path but without providing any kind of mechanical or physical assistance.
A Pacer will not be able to proceed alone on the race course but only and always together with his athlete. If the latter withdraws, the Pacer can proceed only and exclusively in the event that another athlete requests to be accompanied from that point forward.
Only one Pacer is allowed for each competitor, you cannot be accompanied by more than one Pacer.
Pacers are entitled to refreshments just like other athletes.
They can also help the accompanied athlete in bottle filling or food supply operations, but these operations must not speed up the athlete’s refueling process (example: the Pacer and the athlete must enter and exit the refreshment area together, it is not allowed that the Pacer enters first to prepare the refreshment or exits later to complete the operations);
The Pacer will not be included in any ranking;
The Pacer has a very important role for the accompanied athlete, a purely psychological and moral support role. Each Pacer must read the “Pacer Manual”, directly from the race site and sent by email to anyone who signs up as such.