Crewing for a Runner?
Driving for a Team?
Just want to be part of this iconic race? Volunteer and you will be a real help to lots of amazing athletes on race weekend. Listed below are these important jobs. When you register, you select your preferred position, location and time. All are first come, first served. "Greyed-out" positions have already been filled. Those requiring a password are reserved for sponsoring or technical groups.
ALL PARTICIPANTS IN THE KEYS100 MUST BE REGISTERED--RUNNERS AND VOLUNTEERS, INCLUDING INDIVIDUAL RUNNERS' CREW MEMBERS AND TEAM VEHICLE DRIVERS. PLEASE CLICK ON THE "Signup to Volunteer" BUTTON BELOW AND COMPLETE THE QUESTIONNAIRE. INDIVIDUAL RUNNERS' CREW AND TEAM DRIVERS WILL BE ASKED FOR YOUR RUNNER OR TEAM NAME.
Race Weekend Volunteer Positions:
Aid stations along the race route**
Support the individual runners at aid stations located at approximately 10-mile intervals from Tavernier to Key West. (This is a great way to accrue required school service credits, too.)
Finish line support: Greet arriving runners and teams with enthusiasm - you are the welcoming committee!! Hand out medals and 100-mile buckles, retrieve drop bags for un-crewed runners, prep and offer food and drinks, and much more.
Along the route logistics:
- Drop-bag pick-up and delivery
- Aid station set-up and support
- Signage placement and take-down
Runner check-in for all races:Friday packet pick-up and meeting in Key Largo
- Set up and take down, tables and gear
- Distribute race packets and other items; check in participants
- Marathon for 50 mile race
- Big Pine Key for 50 kilometer race
MedicalDoctors, nurses and medics stationed at key aid stations and the finish line, coordinated with Medical Director Dr. Jeremy Joslin.
Racer Support Crew (and Pacing):Participate in the race! Some individual out-of-town runners may prefer to compete with a support crew but are unable to bring people from home. Crew will drive the support vehicle, meeting the racer at pre-determined intervals to replenish drinks, ice and food, change shoes, clothes or gear, take a break, etc. Some racers may want a crew member pacing him/her for at least part of the race. Good crew are an integral part of the successful racer's effort, providing encouragement as well as physical support. Crewing can be a very fulfilling experience. Find your runner by logging onto the race Facebook page and offering your service.