Don’t just kickstart your Trail Running year – blast it right off with an explosive mix of dirt, water, awesome single track, funky obstacles and laughter as detonators. Expect challenge, fun and sweat to spray like shrapnel when you choose to run for 30 dirty minutes or 60 sweaty ones over the 1.5km loop course, just don’t expect to clock up more miles than smiles! The Dirty 30 Sweaty 60 Adventure Run again joins the Adventures on a Summers Weekend, the annual come ‘n’ try weekend of outdoor sports.
What’s it all about?
Those keen to take part in the most-fun run in NQ are asked to enter online before Friday 22nd at 5pm. Online entry is preferred as numbers are limited and it guarantees you a spot on the start line, but also makes the organisers’ job so much simpler. The course is close to finalised with some challenging as well as new obstacles and we are confident the Dirty 30 Sweaty 60 Adventure Run will be a great way to keep running fun, and novel!
Choose to run for 30 dirty minutes or 60 sweaty ones, either way the time will pass quicker than on any run you’ve done before!
In 2013 the Dirty 30 Sweaty 60 again joins Adventures on a Summers Weekend, our annual come ‘n’ try weekend of outdoor sports. At Barrabadeen peninsula, Tinaroo, on Saturday 23rd you can enjoy a Rogaine, an Orienteering event, an Adventure Run and finish it all off with a top BBQ at Camp Barrabadeen. Camping is available so please join Adventure Sport NQ for a weekend of fun in the great tropical outdoors. For all the info on the weekend check this out
When: Saturday 23rd February 2013
Where: Camp Barrabadeen, Tinaroo
Organiser: Chris White
Race Entry Fee
$5 for each event or $20 for four events and BBQ Dinner Saturday.
Staggered start from 1730
Dirty 30 Sweaty 60 Courses 2012
Competitors must complete their final lap within 30 minutes
For runners finishing within – you guessed it – 60 minutes
Runners can, of course, finish after this time limit but for the purpose of results it is only the laps completed prior to the cut-off that will be considered. As several of the course obstacles are likely to cause bottlenecks, expect to start in waves or with a staggered start (depending on total numbers) rather than a group start.
Runners will weave through a loop of around 1.5ks throughout the Barrabadeen peninsula. Upon return to the start line, runners can head off for their second, third and fourth laps etc.
The map depicts the rip roaring 2012 course – expect a similar loop with some new obstacles. Return here closer to the event for the final course.
- 100m Wade
- Hay Bale Hill
- ‘Stinger’ Net
- Gate Crawl
- Nuisance Hill
- Rip Roaring Downhill
- Beach Run
- Sweet Flowing Single Track
- Boulder Hop
- Slip ‘n’ Slide
What to bring
- Cups or Drinking devices
- Running Gear
- Clean dry gear to change into shortly after!
- Water in Drums (no cups – byo)
- Yummy stuff!
Limited facilities available on-site. Large dam nearby for cooling off after the event.
Transport: Car pooling is recommended as limited parking is available at the Race HQ. email email@example.com for car pool options (offers/requests).