Track 100

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Jan 26 2019

100 km · 50 km · 42.2 km

Welcome to the third staging of the South Australian 100km Track Championship!

In conjunction with Athletics SA and the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure, Ultra Runners South Australia is excited to once again be hosting this event.

A bona fide State Championship, the event is set for a 7.00pm start on Saturday January 26th to avoid the direct sun of the day, runners will have fourteen hours to complete the 100km.

And for those who prefer more daylight than nighttime with their running, in 2019 we are introducing the Track Marathon. This event is scheduled for 5.00am Sunday January 27 with a cutoff of four hours.

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For those who are unsure that they could make the fourteen hour cutoff, a 50km event will also be held at the same time in outside lanes (lane 4 and out). Both events will be electronically timed, although only the 100km event will have regular split timing. There is no cap on numbers.

Race Information

Race Calendar

Race days: Jan 26th 2019

Registrations open: October 1st 2018

Start / Cutoff times

RaceStart timeCutoff timeAllowed time
100 km7:00PM Saturday January 26th 20199:00AM Sunday January 27th 201914 hours
50 km7:00PM Saturday January 26th 20199:00AM Sunday January 27th 201914 hours
42.2 km5:00AM Sunday January 27th 20199:00AM Sunday January 27th 20194 hours

Race fees

100 km · AUD $190.00
50 km · AUD $110.00
42.2 km · AUD $80.00

Early bird discounts

To be advised.

URSA/Yumigo! members and volunteers: email Ultra Runners South Australia to request your discount code.

Refund policy

Please view our refund policy.

Maps

Track a runner

Throughout the race you will be able to remotely access the runners' progress via a website. The link to the website will be published here shortly before the race.

Race bling & merchandise

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Aid stations

Below is a list of the things you can expect to find at the race aid station.

All Ultra Runners South Australia races are cup-free. Athletes are asked to bring their own refillable vessels such as flasks, bottles or collapsable cups.

Drinks:

  • Water
  • Ice will be available at the event
  • Powerade energy drink
  • Coke

Food:

  • Watermelon
  • Bananas
  • Chips
  • Lollies (Party Mix)
  • Trail Mix
  • Pizza
  • Extra savoury snacks

Race Briefing

While almost all the information you require about Track 100 is on this web page, the race director will provide a 'Race Briefing' shortly before the race. This will detail all crucial race information and alert you to any necessary adjustments. Please check back here 1 week prior to the race date for the Track 100 Race Briefing.

This document is considered essential reading for all competitors, support crew and volunteers.

Provisional starters' lists

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Volunteers & Support Crew

Our volunteers will contribute thousands of combined hours to assist, support and motivate you from the start to the finish of your run. Below is a list of volunteers for this year's race. We encourage you to say "thank you" to the volunteers whenever possible - these races simply cannot occur without their support. Email Ultra Runners South Australia if you are able to help.

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Photos

Photos from all Ultra Runners South Australia events can be accessed via the Bluemelon website. Here's some to get you started...

Race results

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