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Ned Kelly Chase 100km

October 26, 2019 - October 27, 2019 # 7
The event starts at 07:00.

There’s a smorgasbord of events on offer ranging from the 100km solo run to the 50km, marathon, half marathon and 10km runs.

Perhaps you can choose the 100km or 50km bicycle chase where entrants are given arrest warrants to chase down the runners on course.

And those a bit special can also “choose your own adventure” and tackle the course in some less than conventional format!

The “chase” will test the physical and mental prowess of the 100km and 50km journeymen (and women) by foot. Aiming to finish near 12pm they start with individual time goals, but share the common goal of avoiding those that pursue from behind. When the runners have gone, the pursuit really begins with 100km and 50km bicycle chase entrants set to track down, and apprehend their runner equivalents. The chase is on!

And at 9am there’s a 10km fun run with 50% of the course on unsealed urban tracks and trails through native bushland along the Ovens River.

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Information about the event is available in : English

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Races

100km solo run

October 26, 2019 (Saturday) - 10:00
Cut off: 15:00 hours
Running
100 kilometers
146 meters
220 meters
Wangaratta ( )
Wangaratta
20 Aid Stations
Road Out & back Night Race City Forest Solo
The number for participants for the race is capped to 300.
 

Entrants start at Apex Park, Wangaratta on the South side of the second column from the South Eastern corner of the market pavilion.
Entrants run along the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail as defined until a single point turn-around point on the West side of White Post Road, Everton.
Entrants then retrace the course exactly to the start line which is 50km.
Entrants then continue along the Ovens River cycle path to College Street.
Entrants cross College Street and Park Lane remaining on the cycling path and continue along the North side of College Street.
Entrants cross Phillipson St when the bitumen path ends and continue along the College Street footpath on the North side of the road until the end of College Street where they merge back into a bitumen cycle path.
Entrants follow the path West until they cross over the footbridge attached to the road bridge near the golf course and immediately turn 180 degrees and head back under the bridge they just crossed.
Entrants now follow the One Mile Creek bicycle path as defined all the way to its termination point at Cribbes Road.
Entrants (runners and walkers) cross Cribbes Road and turn left onto the footpath on the South of Cribbes road. They follow this until it meets a bitumen cycle path near the intersection of Cribbes Road and Murdoch Road.
Cyclists turn left onto Cribbes Rd itself and continue to the traffic island near the end of Cribbes Rd where they then turn right and onto the bitumen sealed path.
Entrants turn right onto this cycle path and follow it as defined all the way out to and through Oxley until they come to a single point turn around cone just past Woodbury’s Lane which is exactly 75km.
Entrants return to the start / finish line by exactly the same course (ie out and back).

CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE 100km

October 26, 2019 (Saturday) - 10:00
Cut off: 16:00 hours
Running
100 kilometers
146 meters
220 meters
Wangaratta ( )
Wangaratta
20 Aid Stations
Road Out & back Night Race City Solo
The number for participants for the race is capped to 300.
 

Entrants start at Apex Park, Wangaratta on the South side of the second column from the South Eastern corner of the market pavilion.
Entrants run along the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail as defined until a single point turn-around point on the West side of White Post Road, Everton.
Entrants then retrace the course exactly to the start line which is 50km.
Entrants then continue along the Ovens River cycle path to College Street.
Entrants cross College Street and Park Lane remaining on the cycling path and continue along the North side of College Street.
Entrants cross Phillipson St when the bitumen path ends and continue along the College Street footpath on the North side of the road until the end of College Street where they merge back into a bitumen cycle path.
Entrants follow the path West until they cross over the footbridge attached to the road bridge near the golf course and immediately turn 180 degrees and head back under the bridge they just crossed.
Entrants now follow the One Mile Creek bicycle path as defined all the way to its termination point at Cribbes Road.
Entrants (runners and walkers) cross Cribbes Road and turn left onto the footpath on the South of Cribbes road. They follow this until it meets a bitumen cycle path near the intersection of Cribbes Road and Murdoch Road.
Cyclists turn left onto Cribbes Rd itself and continue to the traffic island near the end of Cribbes Rd where they then turn right and onto the bitumen sealed path.
Entrants turn right onto this cycle path and follow it as defined all the way out to and through Oxley until they come to a single point turn around cone just past Woodbury’s Lane which is exactly 75km.
Entrants return to the start / finish line by exactly the same course (ie out and back).

50km solo run

October 27, 2019 (Sunday) - 04:30
Cut off: 08:30 hours
Running
50 kilometers
146 meters
170 meters
Wangaratta ( )
Wangaratta
11 Aid Stations
Road Out & back Night Race City Solo
The number for participants for the race is capped to 300.
 

Entrants start at Apex Park, Wangaratta on the South side of the second column from the South Eastern corner of the market pavilion.
Entrants continue along the Ovens River cycle path to College Street.
Entrants cross College Street and Park Lane remaining on the cycling path and continue along the North side of College Street.
Entrants cross Phillipson St when the bitumen path ends and continue along the College Street footpath on the North side of the road until the end of College Street where they merge back into a bitumen cycle path.
Entrants follow the path West until they cross over the footbridge attached to the road bridge near the golf course and immediately turn 180 degrees and head back under the bridge they just crossed.
Entrants now follow the One Mile Creek bicycle path as defined all the way to its termination point at Cribbes Road.
Entrants (runners and walkers) cross Cribbes Road and turn left onto the footpath on the South of Cribbes road. They follow this until it meets a bitumen cycle path near the intersection of Cribbes Road and Murdoch Road.
Cyclists turn left onto Cribbes Rd itself and continue to the traffic island near the end of Cribbes Rd where they then turn right and onto the bitumen sealed path.
Entrants turn right onto this cycle path and follow it as defined all the way out to and through Oxley until the come to a single point turn around cone just past Woodbury’s Lane which is exactly 75km.
Entrants return to the start / finish line by exactly the same course (ie out and back).

NKC Marathon

October 27, 2019 (Sunday) - 05:00
Cut off: 09:00 hours
Running
42.195 kilometers
146 meters
170 meters
Wangaratta ( )
Wangaratta
10 Aid Stations
Road City Solo
The number for participants for the race is capped to 300.
 

Entrants start at Apex Park, Wangaratta on the South side of the second column from the South Eastern corner of the market pavilion.
Entrants continue along the Ovens River cycle path to College Street.
Entrants cross College Street and Park Lane remaining on the cycling path and continue along the North side of College Street.
Entrants cross Phillipson St when the bitumen path ends and continue along the College Street footpath on the North side of the road until the end of College Street where they merge back into a bitumen cycle path.
Entrants follow the path West until they cross over the footbridge attached to the road bridge near the golf course and immediately turn 180 degrees and head back under the bridge they just crossed.
Entrants now follow the One Mile Creek bicycle path as defined all the way to its termination point at Cribbes Road.
Entrants (runners and walkers) cross Cribbes Road and turn left onto the footpath on the South of Cribbes road. They follow this until it meets a bitumen cycle path near the intersection of Cribbes Road and Murdoch Road.
Entrants turn right onto this cycle path and follow it as defined all the way out to and past the big roundabout until they come to a single point turn around cone prior to Oxley which is exactly 21.1km.
Entrants return to the start / finish line by exactly the same course (ie out and back).

NKC Half Marathon

October 27, 2019 (Sunday) - 08:00
Cut off: 06:00 hours
Running
21.1 kilometers
146 meters
160 meters
Wangaratta ( )
Wangaratta
7 Aid Stations
Road City Solo
The number for participants for the race is capped to 300.
 

Entrants start at Apex Park, Wangaratta on the South side of the second column from the South Eastern corner of the market pavilion.
Entrants do a lap of the bitumen path at Apex Park and cross back over the timing mat.
Entrants now continue along the Ovens River cycle path to College Street.
Entrants cross College Street and Park Lane remaining on the cycling path and continue along the North side of College Street.
Entrants cross Phillipson St when the bitumen path ends and continue along the College Street footpath on the North side of the road until the end of College Street where they merge back into a bitumen cycle path.
Entrants follow the path West until they cross over the footbridge attached to the road bridge near the golf course and immediately turn 180 degrees and head back under the bridge they just crossed.
Entrants now follow the One Mile Creek bicycle path as defined almost all the way to its termination point at Cribbes Road where they come to a single point turn around cone.
Entrants return to the start / finish line by exactly the same course (ie out and back) but do not do an additional lap of Apex Park when they arrive (ie they run straight over the finish mat).

10km SOLO RUN

October 27, 2019 (Sunday) - 09:00
Cut off: 03:00 hours
Running
10 kilometers
146 meters
160 meters
4 Aid Stations
Road City Solo
The number for participants for the race is capped to 500.
 

Entrants start at Apex Park, Wangaratta on the South side of the second column from the South Eastern corner of the market pavilion.
Entrants do a loop of Apex Park and then head under the Parfitt road Bridge and along the Rail Trail to the North until a turn point just before the Ovens Highway.
Entrants then return to Apex Park, continue along the Ovens River path towards the Boat Ramp and Wangaratta Showgrounds.
Entrants continue along the sealed path between the Showgrounds and Ovens River and turn left onto an unsealed track when they reach the water pump station and rifle range.
Entrants followed the unsealed track until arriving at the aid station at the Tom Osmotherly Scout Hall. At this point entrants turn right and follow the sealed bitumen path.
Entrants continue on the sealed path for 250m then turn left onto an unsealed track that runs through the Northern Beaches area and the Ovens River until reaching the turn point just past the carpark in that area.
Entrants turn around and return to Apex Park by the same route, but when arriving in Apex Park are deviated left and off to the finish line rather than running back along the path that takes them to the Rail Trail.