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28th November 2019  

Trail Running at it's Best

Jabulani Challenge
Saturday 4th April, 2020
Ku-Ring-Gai Chase NP, NSW

Entries for the Jabulani Challenge 2020 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 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 2020 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 36km 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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Saturday 10th February 2024
Max Adventure Race Series
Cams Wharf, Lake Macquarie, NSW

Saturday 18th May 2024
The Great Adventure Challenge
Within 3 hours of Sydney, NSW



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Go Wild at Wild Horse Mountain

Maximum Adventure Race Series
Saturday 21st March, 2020
Sunshine Coast, QLD

The Maximum Adventure Race Series returns to the Sunshine Coast for more adventure racing action next March! Entries are now open for teams of two with the Novice course designed for those new to the sport or the traditional longer and more challenging Classic course for those coming back for some more fun. No matter which course, this fast and furious type of multisport event will keep you on your toes as you change from running, mountain biking and kayaking legs during the race.

The flat course on offer ensures some exciting racing, while the plethora of trails through the forest means there’s plenty of time that can be gained or lost by smart route choices. Navigation is a key component of adventure racing, so this is the perfect event to practice this important skill…plus it just adds a whole new level of fun to the event.

The event centre at Wild Horse Mountain is located just off the highway making it easy to drive to the event and a quick get away afterwards. The event is easily accessible from the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Sunshine Coast and localities further North.

Grab a teammate and make sure you don’t miss out on this exciting event!

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Event Wrap Up

Bouddi Coastal Run
Saturday 16th November, 2019
Killcare, NSW

The third edition of the Bouddi Coastal Run saw over 900 enthusiastic trail runners competing at Putty Beach on the NSW Central Coast. The hot, windy and smoky weather in the lead up to the event were replaced with sunny skies and a cooling sea breeze. 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. The variety of trail surfaces kept everyone on their toes, but the views kept everyone smiling until they conquered the final stretch 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. Martin Dent (1.43.55) took the win in the 21km event among the Men, just over two minutes ahead of Vlad Shatrov with the ever present Dominic Perry in 3rd. In the Female category Cathie Dent (2.11.46) won over Danielle Donahue and Lindsay Norton in a tight tussle for 2nd.

On the 14km course there was some top running up the front of the Women’s field, as shown by 7 women finishing in the top 25 overall. First place went to Patria Harris (1.18.41), just beating home Jinni Spalding and Deirdre Hopkins. For the 14km Mens race, Grant Brisbin (1.08.45) finally took the top step of the podium on his third attempt, in front of Jesse Jones and Zac Roberts.

Thanks to our event sponsors ThermaTech and Tailwind and to the Killcare community for welcoming the event once again 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 2020.

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