Charleston, SC

The first ever Charleston 100 Miler was held in 2018. Nineteen runners started the race and nine finished this epic journey across Charleston County, South Carolina. Changed to an out and back in 2019.

Join us Tuesday, December 27, 2022, for the fifth Charleston 100 and run across some of the most beautiful parts of Charleston County, South Carolina!

This is an out and back route that will give runners a chance to experience the beauty of the Lowcountry during the day and night. We will start at the Peyton Johnson Moore Track and Field at Park West in Mount Pleasant Tuesday at 6am and 9:00am (start times determined by expected finish time - 6am for those expected to finish in over 30 hours and 9am for those expected to finish under 30 hours, brilliant I know!). Runners will run down Hwy 17 South to the Isle of Palms, run around Sullivan's Island, through Mount Pleasant's Old Village, over the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, go around the Charleston peninsula, over the Ashley River Bridge to the end of the West Ashley Greenway and then return the same way.

Please note that this is a self supported, non sanctioned event. Roads will be open and there will be no scheduled aid or markings on the course. There are plenty of gas stations, restaurants, parks and bars along this route to refuel. The Charleston Running Community is amazing and many have supported runners along the route. Of course you are welcome to sucker, I mean talk, your friends into crewing for you as well.

Again, runners will be responsible for getting to the starting line, finish line and eventually home.

There is no actual fee for this event, because...
...this is a self supported, non sanctioned event.

Note: if you finish and want an amazing Charleston 100 buckle you will only need to pay for the actual cost of the buckle ($65 - I pay for the casting fees and shipping). However, if you do not start or do not finish you agree to donate the buckle back to the race (no exceptions).
We will monitor finisher times until 11:59pm Wednesday, December 28, 2022 (that gives you over 36 hours to run 100 miles). Oh, finishers will complete four laps around the track at the end to complete their 100 miles. The final 400 meters (lap) will be a separate timed 400 meter event. Because that's what we do!

Note: The $1 donation for this fun run is to the Peyton Johnson Moore Fund and is used do we can add a waitlist. You can learn more about Peyton Johnson Moore at

Upcoming Races

Dec 27 2024
100 Miles
486 486 ft.
Point-to-Point Course
1 Elevation Rating
Flat or nearly flat
1 Surface Rating
Paved or very smooth surface


Date Finishers Top Result (M) Top Result (F)
12/27/23 44 15:29:14 17:12:58
12/27/22 32 17:09:55 23:34:13
12/27/21 32 21:13:08 20:43:52
12/27/20 29 17:53:48 20:50:13
12/27/19 28 21:35:00 19:38:00
12/28/18 9 22:49:52 24:28:59