The tables below show the final Finish times and the check in/out times for the four checkpoints.
1. Race started on time, 8:00.
2. Check point 1 is being slammed with racers. They will call back as soon as there is a break & we will update the results.
3. At Check point 1, racer #17 Arylis Scates scratches due to knee injury at 13:58. Racer scheduled to return to HQ by 18:00.
4. Chris Robertson #63 scratches at 14:48 due to broken ski pole. Racer scheduled to return to HQ by 20:00.
5. Matt Heavner #62 scratches at 15:38 due to too narrow of tires in soft snow. Racer scheduled to return to HQ by 17:30.
3/27, 1733 - Checkpoint 3 reports trail conditions have deteriorated and are effecting cyclists.
3/27, 1750 - HQ is hopping! We have two scratched racers that have returned to the start/finish. Bib #17 (Arylis Scates) and Bib #62 (Matt Heavner) are back at Wickersham Dome TH. Reports of bikers coming up the Wickersham wall now; could be here within 30 minutes.
We've got hot water going and ready to greet them.
3/27, 1810 - Racer #65 Greg Matyas crosses finish line first. #40 Brietenbach crosses in 2nd place at 1816 with Jeff Oatley #13 following in 3rd at 1821.
3/27, 1820 - Checkpoint 4 reports 'perfect trails' with one racer saying he has never seen such fast conditions.
3/27, 1820 - Checkpoint 4 reports that Heather Best, tough as nails, due to soft trail conditions did an endover, but survived!
3/27, 1850 - Race headquarters reports cloudy conditions with snow approaching....
3/27, 1904 - Racer 10, Heather Best, crosses finish line. First female racer(biker) to complete WM100 2011.
3/27, 1909 - Racer 49, Robert Whitney, crosses finish line. First skier to complete WM 100 20
3/27, 1933 - Race headquarters reports snow flurries.
3/27, 1935 - Race headquarters reports two more scratches: #36 Christie Haupert due to fatigue and #19 Julie Perrilla due to bike failure.
3/27, 2120 - Icy lakes reports decreased visibility. Race headquarters report more finishers arriving as dusk falls.
3/27, 2230 - Continued reports of poor visibility on the course. One half inch of snow accumulation at ice lakes.
3/27, 2300 - Last racers are 8 miles north of CP#2 heading towards the pass.
3/28, 0145 - Headquarters reports continuing snow. #48 Keri Koger scratches due to knee problem.
3/28, 0215 - All racers have made it to ice lakes.
3/28, 02:45 - Racers Ward, Rozell, and Beutel have passed through the trail shelter and are on their way to the finish!
3/28, 03:25 - Checkpoint #4 has been having problems calling in (dropped calls), so headquarters has not received an update on racers who have checked in or out since midnight.
3/28, 0400 - Checkpoint #4 called in racer updates.
3/28, 04:30 - Last racer left the Ice Lakes at 03:30 and is heading towards Checkpoint #3.
3/28, 05:15 - Snow fall is letting up at headquarters and around the race course.
3/28, 06:20 - All racers have now reached Checkpoint #3. Racers have said that conditions from the trail shelter to the finish are challenging with fresh snow and little glide for skiers on the climb up the Wickersham Wall.
3/28, 10:30 - Checkpoint #3 reports all racers have made it through and is closing down.
3/28, 11:15 - Chris Bollinger scratches due to broken bike frame.
3/28, 12:12 - 49 racers have now finished!
3/28, 12:52 - Racers Herriott and Ver Hoff, have passed through the trail shelter and are on their way to the finish!
3/28, 13:41 - #19 Julie Perilla scratched earlier due to bike problems. She is being transported by race staff to Fairbanks.
3/28 14:40, - WM100 race HQ is waiting for the first runners to arrive at the finish line. Trysten and Anne are only a few miles away!!!
3/28 15:21 - #32 Trystan Herriott crosses the finish line. He is the first racer on foot to complete the WM100 2011 race.
3/28 16:42 - First woman foot racer, Anne Ver Hoef, finishes (32 hours and 42 minutes)!
3/28 17:12 - Last racer has left checkpoint #4 enroute to the trail shelter.
3/28 17:26 - The following racers finished together: Kaufman (42) and Smith (59); Reifenstuhl (33) and Koepf (2); Rozell (44) and Gillis (8); Snarski (27) and Oderkirk (28).