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NOSH Day is Coming!

   
 

RACE DAY IS COMING!

Pre-entries have closed but you can still enter on the day at Lindfield Oval from 8:30AM. The Enter-On Day entry fee is $30. Please bring cash as we will not have EFTPOS facilities on site. Still struggling with transport? Try leaving a message on our Car Pooling page.

Check out the NOSH page for complete information on the event, including: event maps, the event programme, course notes and instructions for on the day. A starting list of pre-entries, including bib numbers can be found here.

The Start Line

The start line is approximately 700 metres from the oval so you should allow a minimum of 15 minutes to get from registration to the start. There is one mass start so we ask that runners position themselves at the start according to their expected race pace to minimise the crush. There will be signs up at the start indicating where runners and walkers should expect to stand. If you are expecting a time of under 75 minutes you may wish to get to the start line a line earlier to ensure you are up the front. Bear in mind your trail pace will be slower that your road pace. The expected winning time is 60 minutes.

The Course

The race course is 15km long, with only two small paved sections: across Roseville Bridge and in Forestville. There are 9 marshals along the course and water stations at 6km and 12 km. The course is marked with  Red and White  barrier tape, with tags along the track and at junctions and a few barricades in the trickier-to-navigate sections. There is also  Yellow and Black  caution tape in a few places where there are low branches and slippery spots. NOTE: These will be removed up to the 6km mark at 11:15AM; up to the 12km mark at 12:30PM and up to the finish at 1:30PM. St. Johns Ambulance will be at he finish line to provide first aid for any injuries.

Presentations

Presentations will be made for running categories at 12PM and walking categories at 1PM.

We hope to see you all on race day!

 
     

 

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