The Gold Coast 100 is Australia's oldest measured 100 km road race as well as the fastest 100kms run course in Australia, being totally flat and traffic free. The festival also includes 50 km, 42.2 marathon, 25 km, and 12.5 km options. Additionally, there is a 4 x 25km relay plus shorter fun relays for the kids.
How to enter the Gold Coast 100
- Run 100km
- Run 50km
- Run 42.2km
- Run 25km
- Run 12.5km
- Run 100km
Gold Coast 100 routes
Run Course Configuration
Each rectangular lap is of 6.25 kms. Do it twice for 12.5 kms, 4 times for 25 kms, 8 times for 50 kms and 16 times for 100 kms. All events are run counter clockwise and all finish within the athletics stadium.
Those in the marathon (42.195 kms) will start at 1.555 kms from the start/finish line and complete that lap of 4.695 kms then a further 6 complete laps for 37.50 kms for a total of 42.195 kms.
Measured and certified to AIMS/IAAF standard.
There is one in the stadium and one half way around the course. The aid stations will carry water, snacks, Hammer Nutrition FIZZ sports drink. You also need electrolyte replacement, water alone is not enough. The aid stations will be taken down progressively from 7:30 pm.
Cut-off times are not imposed, and no one has every been disqualified for failing to finish. However, the course signage will be taken down from 4.00 pm (you should be able to find your way after running around in circles for 9 hours) and the outer aid station from 7:30 pm and the electronic timing will be removed after 14 hours, or at 8:30 pm.
Gold Coast 100 weather forecast
Light rain in the morning.
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