fMRI protocols at ultra-high field typically use pixel sizes below 1mm. With single-shot EPI, this results in a prolonged readout train relative to the T2* decay time, resulting in image blurring and a limit to the true resolution that can be achieved. This effect can be mitigated by using multi-shot EPI to reduce the echo-train length, but this is associated with a reduction in temporal SNR. Previous work demonstrated a less severe reduction in temporal stability with readout-segmented EPI than with interleaved EPI. This study investigates the application of readout-segmented EPI to ultra-high resolution fMRI of the motor cortex.