Point to Point Scenic Race
Date: 7th October 2017
100 km from Rothenburg to Wertheim
100 Miles from Rothenburg to Karlstadt
71 km from Rothenburg to Tauberbischofsheim
50 km from Rothenburg to Bad Mergentheim
The probably most beautiful and fastest 100 km Ultra-Race
Rothenburg is one of the most picturesque and attractive touristic Highlight in Germany. The City of Rothenburg attracts visitors from around the Globen due to it looking like a town straight out of the middle ages.
The "Taubertal" is a beautiful winding valley that follows the river Tauber.
Along the route from Rothenburg to Wertheim are various points of interest to observe. Some of the many Highlights include historical Castles, old Churches, beautiful Bridges, and ancient City-Walls, all embedded in lovely small green Hills and combined like a chain.
The running route is situated on the public bicycle path that follows the route of the river Tauber through the valley. The landmark from Rothenburg to Wertheim is called "The lovely Tauber-Valley"
The route of the "Taubertal 100" is mostly flat in an undulating and interesting landscape. The 20 Checkpoints along the running track are situated at 5 km intervals.
To start in the morning as a foot runner from the Castle Rothenburg, and to arrive before nightfall at the Caste in Wertheim, without any assistence.
01th October 2016
50 km in Bad Mergentheim
71 km in Tauberbischofsheim
100 km in Wertheim
100 Miles in Karlstadt
50 km and 71 km and 100 km
Point to Point race on a flat Bicycle-Path
50 km: 160 m up, 290 m down, in total 130 m down
71 km: 170 m up, 320 m down, in total 250 m down
100 km: 340 m up, 595 m down, total 255 m down
100 Miles, like 100 km with additional 200 m up
20 Drink & 10 Food-Stations
Every 5 km are Drink-Stations & every 10 km are Food-Stations
100 Miles: 26 h cut off
100 km: 13 h cut off
71 km: 9:15 h cut off, for 71 km & 100 km runners
50 km: 6:30 h cut of, for all runners
50 km Bad Mergentheim: 8:50 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
71 km: Tauberbischofsh.: 10:20 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
100 km: Wertheim: 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
100 Miles: Karlstadt: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m.
The Drop bags are supplied from the race organsation.
We have 4 Drop Bags Stations in:
Wertheim (km 100), only 100 Mile runners
At every Finish-Line, Showers are available
Special Rule :
Bicycle assistance is allowed, as far the distance is min. 5 Meter to the runner, and own food & drinks are suppordet only at the Checkpoint Sations
Runners who breake off the race, shorter than the registrated distance, will be valued to the running-distance they finised before. There is an extra fee of 15 € for certificate and medals.
Runners can expand the registrated running distance during the race, and will be valued to the distance they finaly finised. There is an extra fee of 15 € for certificate and medals, and a fee for the additional distance.
Runners who won any Distance of the Taubertal 100 (Male/Female) will get a green Start-Number.
Light running gear, heat protection, waterproof and cold weather equipment, head-light for the start
100 Mile Runners:
Handy with emergency number, GPS Tracking
max. 600 (in 2017)
for all distances, a quali race max in the previos year
at least Marathon in Sub 4 hours with a 3 month Ultra-Training, or
100 km in Sub 13 hour, or
any alternative Ultra-Qualifikation like Trail, who point out an expection, that a 100 km race will be finished in sub 13 hours, or
Finish of the Taubertal 100 in the previous year at any distance (for qualify 50 km, 71 km 100 km).
Qualified are runners with at least 100 km in Sub 13 hour or a longer Distance in a äquivalent time
Suitcase transport from Rothenburg to Wertheim and to Karlstadt. Drop Bags from Rothenburg to Creglingen, Bad Mergentheim (50 km Runners only) and Tauberbischofsheim. Drop Bag to Wertheim for 100 Mile runners only.
At the end all Drop Bags get transported to each finish-line, latest in accordance to the finish limit-time
Certificate & Medal for all Finisher in Wertheim
Age Group Ranking female/male
Trophy for the first three winners female/male for all distances.
The winner-ranking is up to the finisher time of the runners performance, independent from any entry form of distances.
Video "Taubertal 100"
Video: Oliver Luksch
Music: Hans Zimmer "The dark Knight"
Impressions of the Landscape "Taubertal 100"
Pictures: Hans-Joachim Kaiser, Tauberbischofsheim, www.hjkaiser.com
and Holger Schmitt, Bad Mergentheim
Music: Hans Zimmer "The Dark Knight Rise" Titel: "Rise"
Track of "Taubertal 100" by Google Earth
Music: Hans Zimmer "The Dark Knight Rise" Titel: "Imagine the Fire"
Race Records Taubertal 100: