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Sunset Coast Fun Walk on the west coast near Waiuku

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February 26, 2017

Marathon  Offroad
207 Kohekohe-Kariaotahi Road
207 Kohekohe-Karioitahi Road Karioitahi Auckland 2683 NZ

Less than an hour out of Auckland, the Awhitu Peninsular stretching from Waiuku to the Manukau Heads is an area of outstanding scenic beauty with extensive views along the West Coast, Tasman Sea and back over the Manukau Harbour.

Set on private farmland, the Sunset Coast Walk, takes you through rolling farmland to the more rugged contour along the West Coast. Ranging from pushchair possible to more challenging hillsides, there are sea & harbour views on all walks and cliff top views on the three longer walks.

There will be a complementary cold drink and hot sausage waiting for you when you return from your walk. Bring your water bottle, good walking shoes, a picnic lunch, or purchase an extra sausage to enjoy in the shade of the trees. This is not a competitive walk but a chance for families to walk at your own pace and enjoy the surroundings.

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At the mouth of the mighty Waikato River lies the largely unknown, often-forgotten corner of Auckland and into the mysterious Waiuku Forest.

From the get-go, you’ll be cloaked by towering pine trees offering hard-packed, low impact sand-based trails underfoot. Courses are all a little longer than usual and boast extensive and breath-taking views over the Tasman Sea, Port Waikato and the mouth of the mighty Waikato River guaranteeing spectacular vistas during your morning’s trail run/walk.

We’ve made it easy for you to gather the entire gang, irrespective of varying fitness and age levels, and head out of the city for an action-packed family outing. The Mid and Short courses are available as walks too, so one event you may get to stretch out in the long or super long while your partner takes a wee whipper snapper or two around the mid or short course.

– Short-course, 5-8km (walk or run)
– Mid course, 10-14km (walk or run)
– Long course, 16-20km (run only)
– Super long course, 20km+ (run only)

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The Mauku 5km and 10km Fun Run and Walk at Mauku Primary School features a scenic course which goes past the Glenbrook Vintage Railway. All proceeds from this event go to Mauku Primary School.

Roads is not be closed to traffic for the event but Course Marshalls will be on duty to ensure the safety of the participants. Runners and walkers will be required to keep to the right hand side of the road. See the official website, linked to below, for a full course map.

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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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Relay For Life at Pukekohe Showgrounds is an overnight fundraising run/walk event filled with fun, festivities and camaraderie, where everyone in your community can raise vital funds to support Kiwis with cancer.

Team members take turns walking around the track, and when you’re not on the track, there are heaps of activities and entertainment to enjoy. In the months leading up to the event, Relay teams fundraise for Cancer Society by getting their friends and family to sponsor them with donations. Many teams also fundraise by running mini events, such as quiz nights, morning teas and sausage sizzles.

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The Bombay Pioneer Settlers Fun Run is an annual 21km half marathon along with 15km, 10km and 6km fun runs in Bombay, Auckland.

This event is run by the Bombay Lions Club to celebrate the arrival of the ship “Bombay” from England. The “Bombay” was towed into Auckland by the warship “Curacoa” having lost a large portion of her masts and rigging in a terrible storm off the coast of New Zealand. She arrived on 18th March 1865 carrying 400 assisted immigrants destined for the area now called Bombay where they were to settle on their promised 10 acre allotments.

To reach their new home they travelled along the Great South Road from Drury to Bombay, a road that had a short time before been completed by the army. You will be running or walking the path they would have travelled.

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The Hillary is an 80km, 34km and 16km trail run following the Hillary Trail through Auckland’s Waitakere Ranges. This event replaced the Wild Turkey Off Road Marathon from 2014.

The 80km event starts from the Arataki Visitors Center on Scenic Drive and can be run solo or as part of a 2 to 4 person team relay; the 34km from Piha; and the 16km from Bethells Beach. All events finish at Muriwai.

The Full Hillary trail follows a variety of terrain and scenery. Stunning views throughout the trail, rugged West coast beaches, magnificent native bush including the hundreds of year old native Kauri trees. Past large waterfalls and sand dunes, along cliff tops or through marshlands – there is something for everyone. Come along and “Knock The Bugger off!”

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The Hillary is an 80km, 34km and 16km trail run following the Hillary Trail through Auckland’s Waitakere Ranges. This event replaced the Wild Turkey Off Road Marathon from 2014.

The 80km event starts from the Arataki Visitors Center on Scenic Drive and can be run solo or as part of a 2 to 4 person team relay; the 34km from Piha; and the 16km from Bethells Beach. All events finish at Muriwai.

The Full Hillary trail follows a variety of terrain and scenery. Stunning views throughout the trail, rugged West coast beaches, magnificent native bush including the hundreds of year old native Kauri trees. Past large waterfalls and sand dunes, along cliff tops or through marshlands – there is something for everyone. Come along and “Knock The Bugger off!”

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Totara Park course is stacked with trail variety in every course distance and delivers on plenty of carefree, smile-inducing running and walking through magnificent natural landscapes. You’ll breathe in plenty of fresh air as you run through the trails and encounter some fast hard single trails twisting their way throughout the green rolling hills.

Just a hop, skip and jump away from the Auckland city centre yet still providing an enriching wilderness experience running beside the Totara lined bush trails and its natural bushland setting. Again this year, it will be a speedy trail to the finish line with many families joining for the fun at another of Auckland’s hidden gems.

We’ve made it easy for you to gather the entire gang, irrespective of varying fitness and age levels, and head out of the city for an action-packed family outing. The Mid and Short courses are available as walks too, so one event you may get to stretch out in the long or super long while your partner takes a wee whipper snapper or two around the mid or short course.

– Short course, 5-8km (walk or run)
– Mid course, 10-14km (walk or run)
– Long course, 16-20km (run only)
– Super long course, 20km+ (run only)

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The Star City2Surf in Christchurch is a fun run and walk for the young and old, the serious and not so serious, individuals, corporate teams, schools and families. It is all about participation, team building, reaching personal goals, and having fun.

The Star City2Surf will again provide Canterbury residents an opportunity to come together to share a day of fun which will be even more exciting and engaging.

The 14km & 6km means there is something suitable for all runners and walkers. The 14km starts at Pioneer Stadium’s Centennial Park, the 6km starts at Hansens Park, Opawa, both following the Heathcote river to finish at the Ferrymead playing fields. Celebrate your achievement with friends and family at the Ferrymead Playing Fields with live music, children’s entertainment, prizes to give away and so much more.

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The Human Event of the Karekare Beach Races will see runners and walkers travel 10km through stunning Waitakere Ranges bush, taking in magnificent views of the west coast and finishing on Karekare beach as the horses begin their events.

Shuttle buses will be running between the Human Event start, Piha Domain and Karekare throughout the day. It is advised that runners and supporters park in Piha and use the shuttle buses as required to get to the cars after the event (and after you have enjoyed the Beach Races Carnival).

There will be water and sports drink available at the finish line. As part of the carnival the Karekare Surf Club and Lone Kauri School will have a range of food and drinks for sale as part of their fundraising.

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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.

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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.

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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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40.21 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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40.21 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
40.21 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
40.21 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
40.21 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.

jennian-mothers-day-fun-run-2016.png

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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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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TrailBuster Hunua is a fundraising event for youth mentoring, held in Auckland’s picturesque Hunua Ranges.

This 8.6km fun walk/run and 17.2km run includes bush tracks, stairs and a river-crossing, with all fundraised contributions going to your chosen charity: 360 Community Trust or ADRA NZ. There are prizes available, including a $100 sports voucher for the first fundraiser to reach $500, and a GoPro for the highest fundraiser.

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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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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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The Pakuranga 5km Fun Run is a series of runs at 6pm on Monday evenings, organised by the Pakuranga Athletic Club at Llyod Elsmore Park in Auckland.

This is a fun event for all ages, shapes and sizes, great for families and the more serious runners. All participants receive race numbers, and are officially timed.

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The Pakuranga 5km Fun Run is a series of runs at 6pm on Monday evenings, organised by the Pakuranga Athletic Club at Llyod Elsmore Park in Auckland.

This is a fun event for all ages, shapes and sizes, great for families and the more serious runners. All participants receive race numbers, and are officially timed.

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The Pakuranga 5km Fun Run is a series of runs at 6pm on Monday evenings, organised by the Pakuranga Athletic Club at Llyod Elsmore Park in Auckland.

This is a fun event for all ages, shapes and sizes, great for families and the more serious runners. All participants receive race numbers, and are officially timed.

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The Pakuranga 5km Fun Run is a series of runs at 6pm on Monday evenings, organised by the Pakuranga Athletic Club at Llyod Elsmore Park in Auckland.

This is a fun event for all ages, shapes and sizes, great for families and the more serious runners. All participants receive race numbers, and are officially timed.

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The Pakuranga 5km Fun Run is a series of runs at 6pm on Monday evenings, organised by the Pakuranga Athletic Club at Llyod Elsmore Park in Auckland.

This is a fun event for all ages, shapes and sizes, great for families and the more serious runners. All participants receive race numbers, and are officially timed.

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

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

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Run Out West is a fun run/walk in Henderson, Auckland, brought to you by the Waitakere Triathlon & Multisport Club.

The course follows a 5km lap, starting at the Waitakere Rugby & Athletics Track (Trusts Stadium). The course goes out on to Central Park Drive to Lincoln Road, along the cycleway beside the motorway, Flanshaw Road, Henderson Creek, Central Park Drive and back into the stadium area.

5km participants do one lap and 10km participants do two laps.

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

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Whether it’s for the thrill of the race, the craving for exercise or just the desire to fundraise for a good cause and have fun doing it – Trail Buster Hunua 2017 is where you want to be.

This fun walk/run includes bush tracks, stairs, and a river-crossing through the picturesque Hunua Ranges.
– 8:00am – Registration opens
– 9:00am – 17.2km start
– 9:20am – 8.6km start

Take on the challenge as a warm up for other events, a team building event, or a family outing. Whether you are an expert runner or enjoy a leisurely pace, this is the event for you!

There are five major prizes to be won including a $200 hamper, a $100 sports voucher, and a GoPro!

Along with plenty of spot prizes on the day, all participants will receive a race pack with sponsor products.

All funds raised will go towards your chosen charity:

360 Community Trust – supporting youth leadership & mentoring
ADRA NZ – changing lives at home & overseas

Visit the website for all EVENT DETAILS and to REGISTER NOW or SUPPORT A RUNNER today.

Thank you for supporting Trail Buster Hunua 2017!

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Based out of Bethells Beach along the Te Henga track on Auckland’s West Coast, the Speights West Coaster will reward you with some of the best off-road terrain and the most stunning coastal sights our beautiful country has to offer.

The Speight’s West Coaster accommodates all levels of fitness, adventure, and enthusiasm. Distances range from a full marathon – which will make an honest man, woman or team out of you – to a 30km, 21.1km and a 13km and 6km for individuals.

If you’re keen to hit some of the finest trails in the country then the Speight’s West Coaster is a must-do event!.

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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.

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Run Auckland at Harbourview Peoples Park on the Te Atatu Peninsula is the second 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.

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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