Thank you for registering and we look forward welcoming you in Switzerland in August. We offer two options to register for the Swiss Alps 100. You can use the US-based ultrasignup.com. Or you can use the Europe-based datasport.ch.
Registration for the 2020 race will open September 15, 2019.
All runners will receive a race t-shirt when they check in. We track our runners by scanning their QR code printed on their bibs and will make the runner's position available in real time on the website. During the race we provide well stocked aid stations. All 50KM and 100KM finishers get a medal and all 100 mile finisher get a sub-24 antic silber or sub-48 antic brass buckle.Will my name be on my running bib?
We will print your name on your bib but you will have to register before July 1st.How are you tracking the runners?
We will track all of our runners by the QR code printed on their bibs. At every aid station, runners have to let the volunteer scan their QR code on their bib when they arrive and when they leave that aid station. For a small fee, friends and families can also see a runner position during the race. More info to follow soon.Will I get a t-shirt?
Every participant will receive a t-shirt on race morning while checking in.What is the course upgrade/downgrade policy?
If you are already registered and you want to either upgrade or downgrade your registration then you can do that until July 1st. If you downgrade your registration, for example from the 160KM to the 100KM, we will not be able to refund you the difference of the entry fee. If you upgrade your registration, like from the 50KM to the 100KM, then we will charge you the price difference. Runner will not be able to change their race distance after July 1st - no exceptions!What is the refund policy?
We will not ask for a medical certificate from our runners if they want to run the Swiss Alps 100.What about insurance?
Evacuation by helicopter are not free in Switzerland and the race organization will make the choice of evacuation of an injured runner. For that reason we highly recommend that each race participant should have personal accident insurance sufficient to cover the cost of search and rescue Switzerland. The insurance policy must be valid at least for the duration of the race.Have more questions?
Please check out our Frequently Asked Questions page.