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Paddy Pallin Adventure Series

Saturday, 12th November, 2016
Lysterfield Lake Park, VIC

There is less than a week to go until the final leg of the Paddy Pallin Adventure Series descends upon Victoria. Lysterfield Lake Park will host the event as hundreds of competitors turn it into an adventure playground. Teams will navigate their way around a secret course collecting checkpoint by foot, bike and kayak. Home to the State Mountain Biking course and over 20km of sweet single track, the course will take competitors to some of the parks hidden gems. All this and only 30 minutes from Melbourne CBD!

With entries closing tomorrow, now is the time to get your entry in before it is too late…

Call for Volunteers

We still need a couple more volunteers for this event. If your friends or partner are coming along to support you, why not ask them to volunteer while they wait for you to finish the race. They get a free shirt, cap, goodie bag and lots of thanks and appreciation. Your day could consist of helping with registration or assisting at one of the many checkpoints on the course.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, send an email to: info@maxadventure.com.au – or send us your details by completing our online volunteer proforma at: Volunteer Proforma

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Saturday 3rd September 2022
Coastal Classic
Royal National Park, NSW

Saturday 17th September 2022
Max Adventure Race Series
Glenbrook, Blue Mountains, NSW

Saturday 15th October 2022
Convict 100
St Albans, NSW

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Entries Now Open

Jabulani Challenge
Saturday 8th April, 2017
Ku-Ring-Gai Chase NP, NSW

Entries for the Jabulani Challenge 2017 are now open. Set in the beautiful Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park and starting and finishing at historical Bobbin Head this is trail running at it’s best. The course snakes along some simply stunning waterways and while it has some short sharp inclines the lack of major hills means this is one event where you can actually run the entire course! With event distances of 45km, 22km and 12km on offer there is a distance to suit everyone. All this and only 30mins from the CBD of Sydney, what more could you want! Entries are open now so start planning your calendar for 2017 and sign up!

The Jabulani Challenge is also the first leg of the ThermaTech Triple Trail Challenge, the ultimate trail running test. This involves entering the Triple Trial Challenge and completing the 45km or 22km Jabulani Challenge, the 35km Raffertys Coastal Run and the 29km Coastal Classic all in one calendar year. Those runners that rise to the challenge and successfully complete all three events are rewarded with an exclusive Triple Trail Challenge Hoodie from ThermaTech. All 3 events are held within a couple of hours drive of Sydney and all three feature some of the best trail running found in NSW. With only 35 of the 100 spots left, don’t miss out, enter today!

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Your Three Step plan to your next Adventure!

Paddy Pallin Adventure Series
11th February 2017, Lake Macquarie, NSW
28th March 2017, Sunshine Coast, QLD

Adventure Racing action explodes into the New Year with entries for the Lake Macquarie and Sunshine Coast events now open. Now is the time to start setting your goals for 2017 and putting together a plan to achieve them.

Step 1 – Find a mate to have a day of fun and adventure with

Step 2 – Enter the Paddy Pallin Adventure Series

Step 3 – Put a plan together to get fit for the summer and have fun outdoors with your friends doing the things you love

What are you waiting for, it is as easy as 1, 2, and 3!

 

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Event Wrap Up

Coastal Classic
Saturday 15th October, 2016
Royal National Park, NSW

A bright, sunny and warm spring day greeted competitors at the Coastal Classic for 2016. The track was in pristine condition with consistent windy days in the lead up to the event drying the course out and leaving it firm and fast for runners. The National Parks and Wildlife Service had also been hard at work since the the last event with numerous sections of track improved from previous years. All this promised faster times if the runners could handle the warmer than usual conditions which many did to set some cracking times over the 29km course through the world’s second oldest National Park.

Overall winners were Marty Keyes and Kath Carty in under two and a half hours and three hours respectively. They were joined on the overall podium by Lachlan Dansie, Glenn Horrocks, Jessica Carroll and Sally Towse, congratulations to all those runners and all the winners across all the age categories.  Glenn was also the first ThermaTech Triple Trail Challenge finisher to come across the line and claim his exclusive piece of ThermaTech hoodie to commemorate his achievement. Across the afternoon his fellow finishers came across to claim their place as a ThermaTech Triple Trail Challenge finisher for 2016.

Full results and photos from the event can be found via the link below. Entries for the 2017 edition of this iconic trail running event open on the 18th April 2017, make a date to note in your diary so you can make sure you don’t miss out.

 

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