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Entries are now open for the fourth edition of the Margaret River Ultra Marathon on 1 May 2021 in south-west, Western Australia. After a record field of 1,300 participants turned out for the 2020 (postponed) event last month, organisers are expecting the running community to once again embrace the magnificent course by confirming their entries now and avoid missing out.
Entries are now open to the much-anticipated return of the Trail Running Series for 2021; conducted by event management leaders Rapid Ascent. Heading into its’ eleventh year, the Series features five trail run races at a range of beautiful wilderness locations all within an hour’s drive of Melbourne. Races are held from June through to October.
With over 6,000 runners competing across a 951-stair climbing challenge, 22km, 50km, and 100km in the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park 2 hours west of Sydney, Ultra-Trail Australia is the 3rd largest trail and ultra running festival in the world and the largest in the Southern Hemisphere....
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ROTTNEST RUNNING FESTIVAL – GET YOUR ENTRIES IN As the great Emil Zapotek once said, ‘If you want to win something, run the 100m. If you want to experience something, run a marathon.’ These words still ring true on the now infamous Rottnest Running Festival. For the last 24 years, runners...
With only 100 places available, ‘The Pilliga Ultra; a run to keep the Pilliga Wild’, is a bucket-list, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to run in a unique wild place, and stand united with the local community and Gamilaraay peoples against the destruction of our wild places.
Justin Scarvaci wins the Margaret River Ultra men's race
A record field of 1,258 participants took to the trails along the Cape to Cape coastline in south-west Western Australia at the third annual Margaret River Ultra Marathon on Saturday 17 October, 2020. In one of Australia’s only ultra-marathons this year, Justin Scarvaci and Claire O’Brien-Smith were first across the line in the solo male and female categories respectively, after a testing, yet rewarding 80km point to point course in perfect conditions.
Today we confirm that the most difficult decision in the 41 year history of the annual Gold Coast Marathon has been made. When we issued a notification of suspended planning almost two months ago, we held genuine hopes that the opportunity to deliver an event as scheduled in July would...