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Adelaide 24 Hour Festival


Feb 1 2017 Super-Early Bird entries open
Feb 15 2017 Super-Early Bird entries close and revert to Early Bird prices
May 28 2017 Early Bird entries close and revert to Regular prices
July 5 2017 Entries Close

Super-Early Bird:
24 Hour
Regular $160.00 (Early Bird $190.00/Regular Price $230.00)
AURA/U168 Members $120.00 ($150.00/$190.00)

12 Hour
Regular $95.00 ($110.00/$140.00)
AURA/U168 Members $75.00 ($90.00/$110.00)

6 Hour
Regular $65.00 ($80.00/$100.00)
AURA/U168 Members $50.00 ($60.00/$80.00)

About the 

Adelaide 24 Hour Festival

The event promises to be another classic event on South Australia’s growing Ultra Calendar. Held on a certified 2.200km Adelaide University Loop and taking in a sample of the renowned Adelaide Parklands every lap, the course allows beginner and experienced runners alike to challenge themselves in an event-type of which there are very few in Australia.

The central location means it’s a very short trip into the city centre, or to the famous eateries of North Adelaide.

Come and be a part of one of Adelaide’s revived and revered events.

The event features

  • IAU Bronze Label Certification
  • Discounts registration fee for AURA members
  • Trophies for top 3 male and female in each event
  • Medal for all starters

About the “Uni-loop”

A certified 2.200km gravel track, this path circles the University of Adelaide playing fields at North Adelaide. Mostly flat, with only a slight undulation at the back of the Council Depot, the track is well worn and comfortably accommodates two people running side-by-side.

On the day, the course will NOT be closed to the public, so be aware that other people will be using the path throughout the day. However based on experience of similar events held here over the last two years at roughly the same time of year, public traffic is very light.

Also be aware that each lap involves crossing the access road into the Council Depot. Once again though, expect this road to be used lightly. Be sure to check left and right before crossing.

The 6 and 12-Hour events start at 6am on Saturday July 8. The 24-Hour event starts at 10am of that day. Entrants may wish to use a headlamp/torch for the nighttime hours.

Please note all merchandise orders now go through our online store at Stock will also be available at the event, though online orders will get priority.

Further information, including the race day handbook, will be made available on this page by the end of June. In the meantime, any questions can be directed to Race Director, Ben Hockings via email.

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