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Australia Ultramarathon Events
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.
Hugely popular amongst trail runners in South Australia, Cleland 50 offers trail versatility unmatched by any other conservation park in metropolitan Adelaide.
Features of the Cleland 50 trail:
Technical single track
Steep uphills to elevate your heart rate
Stunning views of Adelaide
The Cleland 50 takes advantage of all of these features of Cleland Conservation Park. When we set out to create this course, the number one goal was to use as much of the Park as possible while keeping the number of times you cross the same trail to a minimum.
The 2019 course will be run around an 11km lap, changing direction on completion of each lap (for those competing in distances beyond one lap). The surface is a mix of pine forest trail, grass, gravel, sand, compact dirt and two small creek crossings (one of which is usually dry). This event is based at Wild Horse Mountain car park, consisting of six runs of 11, 22, 33, 55km, 6 hours and 12 hours. There will also be a 1.5km kid's fun run.
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.
WHAT IN THE WORLD HAPPENS WHEN YOU COMBINE ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL PLACES WITH A RACE THAT WILL CHALLENGE YOUR MIND AND BODY? ... MAGIC HAPPENS. EXHILARATION. THEN PEACE (OR YOU MAY JUST GO NUTS!)
Tasmania's Gone Nuts 101 Adventure Run on Saturday, 2 March 2019 commences on one of Tasmania's most recognized and visited icons, The Nut, at Stanley, in Tasmania's North West corner.
The race hugs coastline, climbs through Rocky Cape National Park and traverses rugged coastal bush and calming temperate rainforest, finishing in Gutteridge Gardens, Wynyard, after a breathtaking trip around another volcanic monolith, Table Cape.
Both the 101km, 50km races have individual and team relay entries and the exclusive last 25km leg is for individuals only. So that everyone can enjoy Gone Nuts, there are generous cut off times for all legs - even a brisk walk will get you over the line in time!
The inaugural BVRT100 has been and gone Moving into its second year, AAA Racing is proud to bring you the BVRT100 2019 - a 'down' year!
In addition to the 100 miles, there will be a 100km event starting at Harlin and a marathon starting at Coominya.
What you need to know about Ultramarathon running
An ultramarathon is any running race longer than a traditional marathon of 26.2 miles. Most of them take place on trails, often surrounded by spectacular scenery, and involve continuously stuffing your face to keep your body going mile after mile. At the extreme end, ultras can involve running more than 300km over multiple days through mountains, deserts, jungles and snow. But if this is your first ultra, you might want to start with something a little shorter, like a “gentle” 50km.