Author: Kate Dzienis

Weekly News – 11/12/17

Coast to Kosciuszko Gold Coast 50kms With the end of the year looming near, we have had just a few races to close off 2017 and this weekend was by far an inspiring couple of days by ultra runners along the eastern seafront. It started on Friday with an early morning start of the Coast to Kosciuszko, a 240kms road race with half sealed surface and the other half unsealed/forestry service roads from Boydtown Beach to the summit of Mt Kosciuszko, then a finish at Charlotte Pass. Out of 40 participants taking on the event, a whopping 22 ultra...

Read More

Weekly News – 29/11/17

Alpine Challenge The Victorian Alps were the landscape behind last weekend’s Alpine Challenge, hosted by Running Wild, on November 25 and 26. Across three distances the event saw 42 competitors take on the 100 Miler, 45 in the 100kms, and 42 in the 60kms. A big congratulations goes out to AURA’s own Dan Beard who closed in to take second place in the 100 Miler with a time of 25:02:48, just behind first place getter David Gianelli from Italy (24:36:43). Andrew Hough claimed the title of third male with his time of 26.38.32. A stellar job for two AURA members...

Read More

Javelina as hot as a jalapeño

By Kate Dzienis We all know how intense the Australian heat can be; we acknowledge the brutality it forebodes on us, we understand the risks associated with it. Even when people across the world talk about our southern land, they associate it with the temperatures only hell can bear. But in the US, the Arizona… This content is for AURA members only.Log In...

Read More

Records broken at this year’s Washpool

Contributed by Steel Beveridge It was a case of Veni, Vidi, Vici (I came, I saw, I conquered) for Sydney runner Blake Turner as he charged from the start line at the Washpool World Heritage Trails on Sunday, October 15, 2017. He crafted a commanding victory as well as a new course record with a… This content is for AURA members only.Log In...

Read More

No dampeners on Cowling’s Yurrebilla efforts

Contributed by Gayle Cowling Who said running 56kms with an injured hamstring was a smart thing to do? The Yurrebilla Trail 56km Ultra in South Australia had been recommended by many of my Victorian running colleagues as a wonderful event with great scenery, diverse terrain and massive support from all the locals. Participating in Yurrebilla on… This content is for AURA members only.Log In...

Read More

Upcoming Events

Sun 17

Six Inch Trail Marathon

December 17, 2017
Jan 06

Narrabeen All Nighter

January 6, 2018 - January 7, 2018
Jan 14

Two Bays Trail Run

January 14, 2018
Jan 20

Australia Day Ultra

January 20, 2018
Jan 20

SA 100km Track Championships

January 20, 2018 - January 21, 2018

Your Membership Centre