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Don't Miss Out!

Paddy Pallin Urban
Saturday 25th November, 2017
Sydney CBD

Have you ever wanted to compete in the ‘Amazing Race’? Does the idea of spending a Spring day in Sydney CBD with your best mate, partner or family completing the ultimate scavenger hunt sound like a blast? Well guess what, you can sign up to be a part of it today!

The Paddy Pallin Urban is an event like no other. You & your team mate will spend the day racing around the city, solving clues to locate a variety of physical* and mental challenges. Complete the challenge successfully and you are off to the next checkpoint to do it all again. Think it will be quicker to jump on a train or a bus rather than going by foot to the next checkpoint? Then do it!

There are over 20 checkpoints to find, with exciting new challenges around every corner. Will you be paddle boarding, solving a brain teaser, searching for a weirdly dressed character in a crowded marketplace or be eating something icky? We can’t tell you now but these could just be some of the challenges this year. Who knows what else will be in store?

Grab a partner, sign up and get ready for one hell of a ride!

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*Physical challenges are designed for all ages and fitness levels in mind.

   
 

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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Jabulani Challenge
Saturday 7th April, 2018
Ku-Ring-Gai Chase NP, NSW

Entries for the Jabulani Challenge 2018 are now open. Set in the beautiful Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park and starting and finishing at the historical Bobbin Head, this is trail running at it’s best. The course snakes along some 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 12km, 22km and 45km there is a distance to suit everyone. All this and only 30mins from the Sydney CBD, what more could you want! Entries are open now so start planning your calendar for 2018 and sign up!

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

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Event Wrap Up

Bouddi Coastal Run
Saturday 28th October, 2017
Killcare, NSW

The inaugural Bouddi Coastal Run saw 500 enthusiastic trail runners competing at Putty Beach on the NSW Central Coast. With 21km and 14km course options, the field was a diverse mix of hardened trail veterans and newcomers looking forward to the spectacular views along the race route.

Hot conditions on the day increased the difficulty of what many runners declared the hardest race of that distance they had done. The variety of trail surfaces kept everyone on their toes, but the views kept everyone smiling until they raced along the beach to the finish line, where many enjoyed a swim to cool down.

Local runners took many of the podium places across all categories with local knowledge obviously an advantage. Geoff Arnold (1.48.17)  took the win in the 21km event among the Men, less than a minute ahead of Jordi Bates with the ever present Glenn Horrocks in 3rd. In the Female category Emma Just (2.07.19) won over Cathy Daniel and Pia O’Connor, all 3 coming in just over the 2 hour mark.

On the 14km course it was a hard fought tussle up the front of the Women’s field, as shown by 8 women finishing in the top 20 overall. First place went to Deirde Hopkins (1.16.54), just beating home Kirsten Ambler and Laura Cameron. For the 14km Mens race, Dominic Perry (1.04.04) took the win, 2 minutes in front of Grant Brisbin with Lachlan Cobb a further 8 minutes back.

Thanks to our event sponsors ThermaTech and Tailwind and to the Killcare community for welcoming the event with open arms, especially the Killcare Surf Life Saving Club.

If you want to join in the excitement, don’t worry, the Bouddi Coastal Run will be back in 2018.

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