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Stadium Stomp at Eden Park in Auckland

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February 26, 2017

Park Run
Eden Park, Auckland
50 Walters Road Auckland Auckland 1024 NZ

Stadium Stomp at Eden Park is New Zealand’s ultimate stair climbing challenge. Using the stairs within Eden Park, you’ll follow a stair-climbing course up, down and around the bays. You’ll be climbing over 5,000 stairs in this fun and unique fitness challenge.

This event will take anywhere from 40 to 90 minutes to complete depending on your fitness and pace. The course will be fully signed, partitioned and manned by staff and volunteers to ensure you don’t get lost.

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Stadium Stomp is a fun and unique challenge which sets you on a stair climbing course within the iconic Eden Park Stadium.¬†Covering over 5,000 stairs, this is New Zealand’s biggest stair climb.

You’ll get out of it what you put in. It’s tough at a pace and scenic at a stroll – the challenge is yours.

Stadium Stomp is open to participants of all fitness levels, aged 12 years or over. You can register as an individual or do it as part of a team. We also offer a Stomp Unlimited category for those wanting an even tougher challenge. This is not a timed event.

All participants are encouraged to raise funds for St John, our official event charity partner.

Register via http://www.stadiumstomp.co.nz

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The Jennian Homes Mother’s Day Fun Run and Walk at the Ashburton Domain is one several events across New Zealand, supporting the Heart Foundation.

Why not hit the streets and run, walk or have a leisurely stroll with your mum, daughter, sister or a group of girlfriends this Mother’s Day? It will be a wonderful way to start the day and you’ll be doing your bit to beat heart disease and keep more families together.

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3.16 km

Owai 5K in the Park is a weekly 5km and 2.5km race on Wednesday nights run by Owairaka Athletic & Harrier Club at Lovelock Track on Sandringham Road in Mt Roskill.

The 2016/17 season sees two race series from October 12th to December 14th, and then February 1st to March 22nd, with a series grand final on March 29th. The course runs through the park on paths with some grassy sections, and there is a sausage sizzle and cold drinks available at the end.

OwairakaAthletics.png
3.16 km

Owai 5K in the Park is a weekly 5km and 2.5km race on Wednesday nights run by Owairaka Athletic & Harrier Club at Lovelock Track on Sandringham Road in Mt Roskill.

The 2016/17 season sees two race series from October 12th to December 14th, and then February 1st to March 22nd, with a series grand final on March 29th. The course runs through the park on paths with some grassy sections, and there is a sausage sizzle and cold drinks available at the end.

OwairakaAthletics.png
3.16 km

Owai 5K in the Park is a weekly 5km and 2.5km race on Wednesday nights run by Owairaka Athletic & Harrier Club at Lovelock Track on Sandringham Road in Mt Roskill.

The 2016/17 season sees two race series from October 12th to December 14th, and then February 1st to March 22nd, with a series grand final on March 29th. The course runs through the park on paths with some grassy sections, and there is a sausage sizzle and cold drinks available at the end.

OwairakaAthletics.png
3.16 km

Owai 5K in the Park is a weekly 5km and 2.5km race on Wednesday nights run by Owairaka Athletic & Harrier Club at Lovelock Track on Sandringham Road in Mt Roskill.

The 2016/17 season sees two race series from October 12th to December 14th, and then February 1st to March 22nd, with a series grand final on March 29th. The course runs through the park on paths with some grassy sections, and there is a sausage sizzle and cold drinks available at the end.

OwairakaAthletics.png
3.16 km

Owai 5K in the Park is a weekly 5km and 2.5km race on Wednesday nights run by Owairaka Athletic & Harrier Club at Lovelock Track on Sandringham Road in Mt Roskill.

The 2016/17 season sees two race series from October 12th to December 14th, and then February 1st to March 22nd, with a series grand final on March 29th. The course runs through the park on paths with some grassy sections, and there is a sausage sizzle and cold drinks available at the end.

OwairakaAthletics.png
3.16 km

Owai 5K in the Park is a weekly 5km and 2.5km race on Wednesday nights run by Owairaka Athletic & Harrier Club at Lovelock Track on Sandringham Road in Mt Roskill.

The 2016/17 season sees two race series from October 12th to December 14th, and then February 1st to March 22nd, with a series grand final on March 29th. The course runs through the park on paths with some grassy sections, and there is a sausage sizzle and cold drinks available at the end.

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The YMCA organises an annual 10km series in the Auckland Domain every Thursday over the summer with a break for the Christmas/New Year period. The course is a measured course of exactly 10km, but used to be 9.8km.

The course is a clockwise loop around the Auckland Domain starting at the corner of Carlton Gore Rd and Park Rd, running along Domain Drive, out onto Parnell Rd and back around Maunsell Rd and Football Rd. The 3km is one lap, the 6km two laps and the 10km three laps. Note that you need to assemble and enter by the main grandstand.

ymca-marathon-club.png

The YMCA organises an annual 10km series in the Auckland Domain every Thursday over the summer with a break for the Christmas/New Year period. The course is a measured course of exactly 10km, but used to be 9.8km.

The course is a clockwise loop around the Auckland Domain starting at the corner of Carlton Gore Rd and Park Rd, running along Domain Drive, out onto Parnell Rd and back around Maunsell Rd and Football Rd. The 3km is one lap, the 6km two laps and the 10km three laps. Note that you need to assemble and enter by the main grandstand.

ymca-marathon-club.png

The YMCA organises an annual 10km series in the Auckland Domain every Thursday over the summer with a break for the Christmas/New Year period. The course is a measured course of exactly 10km, but used to be 9.8km.

The course is a clockwise loop around the Auckland Domain starting at the corner of Carlton Gore Rd and Park Rd, running along Domain Drive, out onto Parnell Rd and back around Maunsell Rd and Football Rd. The 3km is one lap, the 6km two laps and the 10km three laps. Note that you need to assemble and enter by the main grandstand.

ymca-marathon-club.png

The YMCA organises an annual 10km series in the Auckland Domain every Thursday over the summer with a break for the Christmas/New Year period. The course is a measured course of exactly 10km, but used to be 9.8km.

The course is a clockwise loop around the Auckland Domain starting at the corner of Carlton Gore Rd and Park Rd, running along Domain Drive, out onto Parnell Rd and back around Maunsell Rd and Football Rd. The 3km is one lap, the 6km two laps and the 10km three laps. Note that you need to assemble and enter by the main grandstand.

ymca-marathon-club.png

The YMCA organises an annual 10km series in the Auckland Domain every Thursday over the summer with a break for the Christmas/New Year period. The course is a measured course of exactly 10km, but used to be 9.8km.

The course is a clockwise loop around the Auckland Domain starting at the corner of Carlton Gore Rd and Park Rd, running along Domain Drive, out onto Parnell Rd and back around Maunsell Rd and Football Rd. The 3km is one lap, the 6km two laps and the 10km three laps. Note that you need to assemble and enter by the main grandstand.

ymca-marathon-club.png

The YMCA organises an annual 10km series in the Auckland Domain every Thursday over the summer with a break for the Christmas/New Year period. The course is a measured course of exactly 10km, but used to be 9.8km.

The course is a clockwise loop around the Auckland Domain starting at the corner of Carlton Gore Rd and Park Rd, running along Domain Drive, out onto Parnell Rd and back around Maunsell Rd and Football Rd. The 3km is one lap, the 6km two laps and the 10km three laps. Note that you need to assemble and enter by the main grandstand.

world-masters-games-2017.png

With more athletes than the Olympics, the World Masters Games is the single biggest multi-sport event on earth. Now from April 21st to 30th 2017, the event will come to Auckland New Zealand.

This page covers the orienteering events at the Games in 2017. See the rest of the World Masters Games events here. These include road running, cross country running, track & field, cycling, swimming and triathlon.

world-masters-games-2017.png

With more athletes than the Olympics, the World Masters Games is the single biggest multi-sport event on earth. Now from April 21st to 30th 2017, the event will come to Auckland New Zealand.

This page covers the orienteering events at the Games in 2017. See the rest of the World Masters Games events here. These include road running, cross country running, track & field, cycling, swimming and triathlon.

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Entry Form

The Sri Chinmoy Run/Walk at War Memorial Park in Mt Roskill is part of the annual Sri Chinmoy Series at Auckland Domain and War Memorial Park.

The War Memorial Park course has half marathon, 10km and 5.6km run/walk events, along with a kids 2.5km fun run. This event has a beautiful, peaceful parklands setting – runners and walkers at all levels of fitness are welcome. It is a fast, safe and accurate “Jones-calibrated” 2.2 km course with distance markers every kilometre. Marshalls and helpers spread around the circuit and a lead cyclist shows you the way.

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Entry Form

The Sri Chinmoy Run/Walk at War Memorial Park in Mt Roskill is part of the annual Sri Chinmoy Series at Auckland Domain and War Memorial Park.

The War Memorial Park course has half marathon, 10km and 5.6km run/walk events, along with a kids 2.5km fun run. This event has a beautiful, peaceful parklands setting – runners and walkers at all levels of fitness are welcome. It is a fast, safe and accurate “Jones-calibrated” 2.2 km course with distance markers every kilometre. Marshalls and helpers spread around the circuit and a lead cyclist shows you the way.

sri-chinmoy-marathon-team.png

Entry Form

The Sri Chinmoy Run/Walk at War Memorial Park in Mt Roskill is part of the annual Sri Chinmoy Series at Auckland Domain and War Memorial Park.

The War Memorial Park course has half marathon, 10km and 5.6km run/walk events, along with a kids 2.5km fun run. This event has a beautiful, peaceful parklands setting – runners and walkers at all levels of fitness are welcome. It is a fast, safe and accurate “Jones-calibrated” 2.2 km course with distance markers every kilometre. Marshalls and helpers spread around the circuit and a lead cyclist shows you the way.

sri-chinmoy-marathon-team.png

Entry Form

The Sri Chinmoy Run/Walk at War Memorial Park in Mt Roskill is part of the annual Sri Chinmoy Series at Auckland Domain and War Memorial Park.

The War Memorial Park course has half marathon, 10km and 5.6km run/walk events, along with a kids 2.5km fun run. This event has a beautiful, peaceful parklands setting – runners and walkers at all levels of fitness are welcome. It is a fast, safe and accurate “Jones-calibrated” 2.2 km course with distance markers every kilometre. Marshalls and helpers spread around the circuit and a lead cyclist shows you the way.

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The Greatest Virtual Run is the major fundraising event for Running on the Spectrum. This is a non profit event with all proceeds donated directly to the charity for children on the Autistic Spectrum.

This Virtual Run can be done anywhere in the world. You receive a finisher’s medal as if you attended a ‘real life’ run. All you need to do is register, pay the fee, run your distance and receive your medal in the post. They will provide all the information, a runner’s bib to wear, a shiny medal and a Facebook group for support and to share your run if you wish.

Choose from 3 km, 10 km, 42.2 km, or 150 km You can complete the distances in one run, or the 150km can be completed cumulatively over the entire month of April 2017.

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The Greatest Virtual Run is the major fundraising event for Running on the Spectrum. This is a non profit event with all proceeds donated directly to the charity for children on the Autistic Spectrum.

This Virtual Run can be done anywhere in the world. You receive a finisher’s medal as if you attended a ‘real life’ run. All you need to do is register, pay the fee, run your distance and receive your medal in the post. They will provide all the information, a runner’s bib to wear, a shiny medal and a Facebook group for support and to share your run if you wish.

Choose from 3 km, 10 km, 42.2 km, or 150 km You can complete the distances in one run, or the 150km can be completed cumulatively over the entire month of April 2017.

greatest-virtual-run.png

The Greatest Virtual Run is the major fundraising event for Running on the Spectrum. This is a non profit event with all proceeds donated directly to the charity for children on the Autistic Spectrum.

This Virtual Run can be done anywhere in the world. You receive a finisher’s medal as if you attended a ‘real life’ run. All you need to do is register, pay the fee, run your distance and receive your medal in the post. They will provide all the information, a runner’s bib to wear, a shiny medal and a Facebook group for support and to share your run if you wish.

Choose from 3 km, 10 km, 42.2 km, or 150 km You can complete the distances in one run, or the 150km can be completed cumulatively over the entire month of April 2017.

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The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

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The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

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The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

ohagans.png

The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

ohagans.png

The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

ohagans.png

The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

ohagans.png

The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

ohagans.png

The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

ohagans.png

The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

ohagans.png

The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

ohagans.png

The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

ohagans.png

The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

ohagans.png

The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

ohagans.png

The O’Hagan’s 5K series is run on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm from O’Hagan’s Irish Bar at the Viaduct Harbour in Auckland. The course is measured out and back 5km around the Viaduct.

The entry fee is $8. Every finisher receives a free beer, wine or OJ and goes into the spot prize draw at 7pm. Register at O’Hagan’s from 5.15pm.

world-masters-games-2017.png

With more athletes than the Olympics, the World Masters Games is the single biggest multi-sport event on earth. Now from April 21st to 30th 2017, the event will come to Auckland New Zealand.

This page covers the orienteering events at the Games in 2017. See the rest of the World Masters Games events here. These include road running, cross country running, track & field, cycling, swimming and triathlon.

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The Ports of Auckland Round the Bays is an 8.4km fun run or walk starting at Quay Street (between Tinley St and The Strand Overbridge) along Tamaki Drive and finishing at Vellenoweth Green in St Heliers Bay.

This popular annual event attracts around 40,000 registered runners. It is currently organised as a joint collaboration between the Auckland Joggers Club and Fairfax Media and has been run each year since 1972.

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The Jennian Homes Mother’s Day Fun Run and Walk at the Ashburton Domain is one several events across New Zealand, supporting the Heart Foundation.

Why not hit the streets and run, walk or have a leisurely stroll with your mum, daughter, sister or a group of girlfriends this Mother’s Day? It will be a wonderful way to start the day and you’ll be doing your bit to beat heart disease and keep more families together.

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The Northcote Tavern Fun Run is held every Monday from 6:15pm during daylight savings, with a break over the Christmas New year period.

It is organised by Calliope Athletic and Harrier Club members and sponsored by the Northcote Tavern where the event starts. Entry is by gold coin donation, which is donated to a community activity or service.

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The Northcote Tavern Fun Run is held every Monday from 6:15pm during daylight savings, with a break over the Christmas New year period.

It is organised by Calliope Athletic and Harrier Club members and sponsored by the Northcote Tavern where the event starts. Entry is by gold coin donation, which is donated to a community activity or service.

calliope-athletics.jpg

The Northcote Tavern Fun Run is held every Monday from 6:15pm during daylight savings, with a break over the Christmas New year period.

It is organised by Calliope Athletic and Harrier Club members and sponsored by the Northcote Tavern where the event starts. Entry is by gold coin donation, which is donated to a community activity or service.

calliope-athletics.jpg

The Northcote Tavern Fun Run is held every Monday from 6:15pm during daylight savings, with a break over the Christmas New year period.

It is organised by Calliope Athletic and Harrier Club members and sponsored by the Northcote Tavern where the event starts. Entry is by gold coin donation, which is donated to a community activity or service.

calliope-athletics.jpg

The Northcote Tavern Fun Run is held every Monday from 6:15pm during daylight savings, with a break over the Christmas New year period.

It is organised by Calliope Athletic and Harrier Club members and sponsored by the Northcote Tavern where the event starts. Entry is by gold coin donation, which is donated to a community activity or service.

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Run Auckland at Waiatarua Reserve in Remuera is the first of six races in the Run Auckland Series in 2017.

There are 5km and 10km multi-lap fun runs/walks and kids 2.5km fun run. The series is Auckland’s largest Fun Run & Walk Series with 6 races at a variety of scenic locations throughout Auckland with exceptional value for money and a fun, relaxed & friendly environment.

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7.71 km
Paul CornishPaul Cornish
09 445 0004, 0274 379 42309 445 0004, 0274 379 423

The Devonport Jets Run is on Wednesday nights through the summer; register from 5:45pm at the Torpedo Bay Navy Museum Cafe and start at 6:00pm. The 3km or 5km events are both marshalled and timed with results appearing on the event website.

The entry fee is $6 for adults and $4 for children, which includes a post-race electrolyte drink, place getter and spot prizes generously provided by sponsors.

From October 2010 through to April 2011 this event was known as the Devonport Sun Run, and then reverted back to the Devonport Jets run again.

devonport-jets-run.jpg
7.71 km
Paul CornishPaul Cornish
09 445 0004, 0274 379 42309 445 0004, 0274 379 423

The Devonport Jets Run is on Wednesday nights through the summer; register from 5:45pm at the Torpedo Bay Navy Museum Cafe and start at 6:00pm. The 3km or 5km events are both marshalled and timed with results appearing on the event website.

The entry fee is $6 for adults and $4 for children, which includes a post-race electrolyte drink, place getter and spot prizes generously provided by sponsors.

From October 2010 through to April 2011 this event was known as the Devonport Sun Run, and then reverted back to the Devonport Jets run again.

devonport-jets-run.jpg
7.71 km
Paul CornishPaul Cornish
09 445 0004, 0274 379 42309 445 0004, 0274 379 423

The Devonport Jets Run is on Wednesday nights through the summer; register from 5:45pm at the Torpedo Bay Navy Museum Cafe and start at 6:00pm. The 3km or 5km events are both marshalled and timed with results appearing on the event website.

The entry fee is $6 for adults and $4 for children, which includes a post-race electrolyte drink, place getter and spot prizes generously provided by sponsors.

From October 2010 through to April 2011 this event was known as the Devonport Sun Run, and then reverted back to the Devonport Jets run again.

devonport-jets-run.jpg
7.71 km
Paul CornishPaul Cornish
09 445 0004, 0274 379 42309 445 0004, 0274 379 423

The Devonport Jets Run is on Wednesday nights through the summer; register from 5:45pm at the Torpedo Bay Navy Museum Cafe and start at 6:00pm. The 3km or 5km events are both marshalled and timed with results appearing on the event website.

The entry fee is $6 for adults and $4 for children, which includes a post-race electrolyte drink, place getter and spot prizes generously provided by sponsors.

From October 2010 through to April 2011 this event was known as the Devonport Sun Run, and then reverted back to the Devonport Jets run again.

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