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The Jabulani Challenge is a stunning 12km, 22km or 45km trail run & charity fundraiser held in the north of Sydney. Predominantly on single track the trail has everything to offer from waterside tracks, rainforest, bushland, steep hill inclines and creek crossings. Exploring some of the hidden waterways that Pittwater is famous for its hard to believe you are only 30 minutes from the Sydney CBD.
The Australian Alpine Ascent (AAA) Festival is specifically designed to be the worlds most gruelling set of single day challenges held within daylight hours. The festival includes two trail runs 25km and 50km.
Youll cross through the scenic Kosciuszko National park, with a stunning start and finish at Charlotte Pass Village; its brutal, but its beautiful and the courses have been designed to showcase the very best of the Snowy Mountains along the way.
This Festival is quickly becoming the Southern Hemispheres benchmark event, testing speed, stamina and strength and is expected to draw a world-class group of endurance athletes set to take on new heights Down Under.
WELCOME TO THE GOLDRUSH - an epic Trail run linking two of the states most famous spa retreat villages in quintessential gold mining territory - A perfect weekend running getaway.
The event features a highlight middle section of the Goldfields Track, a trail linking Bendigo and Ballarat. And the main seam runs from Hepburn Springs in the north following Sailors Creek via Lake Daylesford and on to spectacular Sailors Falls in the south of Victorias restful Spa country.
Its a perfect place to mine for trail running riches.
The Stromlo Running Festival has a variety of trail running events, with 10km, 30km and 50km races and a 2.5km kids dash.
All courses are in the world-class facilities of Canberra's Stromlo Forest Park. The unique clover leaf designed courses will ensure plenty of opportunities for spectators to support their loved ones while providing an event for runners of all levels - beginners through to the very experienced.
Use this year's Beach to Brother trail running event as an excuse to visit the impressive and stunning Mid-North Coast!
The Beach to Brother Marathon is just one of a few distances offered on the long weekend of Sunday 6th October 2019. Also on offer is a Half-Marathon, a 10km Dash, a 5km Fun Run, and a Team Relay Marathon (up to 4 persons). All of these distances are based on the beautiful Mid-North Coast of NSW; they start in various beautiful locations along the marathon course, and all finish atop North Brother Mountain one of the most scenic lookouts on the North Coast, located in Dooragan National Park, Laurieton.
Both the individual and team relay marathon events start at Town Beach, Port Macquarie; the half-marathon starts at Lake Cathie Beach; the 10km run/walk starts at Camden Haven Beach, and the 5km run/walk starts adjacent Laurieton Pool.
The courses have been designed to provide a similar challenge to races such as the Six-Foot Track Marathon, the Coastal Classic, and the Raffertys Resort Run. The four distances all offer a great challenge to runners/walkers of every ability. Other than the 5km run/walk, the runs all encompass beautiful beaches, coastal paths and trails, and as was named by competitors in 2016 the hill from hell at the end! The four distances on offer all provide both mental and physical challenges in amongst some of the most beautiful and scenic coastline the Mid-North Coast has to offer.
Book in for an awesome challenge; bring your friends and family along to compete or spectate; then, relax in paradise!