Race bulletin - Mt Majura Vineyard Two Peaks and One Peak

Mt Majura Vineyard One Peak and Two Peaks, Sunday 14 October 2018

 
1. How to get to Mt Majura Vineyard at Lime Kiln Road, Majura
Please download the event information at http://www.coolrunning.com.au/calendar/public_html/2018/2018e004.pdf

 Coming down the Majura Parkway from the north, turn left on to Majura Road then right on to Lime Kiln Road.

Coming up the Parkway from the airport end, turn off at Tambrett St, go under the Parkway then turn left on to Majura Road, then left again at Lime Kiln Road.

Once you arrive at the vineyard, you will park in a grassy paddock north of the vineyard building. There will be 2 portaloos at the parking area. 

2. Start times
7am 20 km run and bush walk, 12 km bush walk

7.45am 12 km run

 There is a compulsory briefing 10 minutes before each start. Please arrive 40 minutes before your start to allow enough time to park, collect your race bib, warm up and visit the portaloo, and be at the start line 10 minutes pre-start.

3. Course markings
Mostly yellow plastic signs with black arrows, plus white signs with black crosses for side tracks not to go down. Also larger fluoro painted wooden signs. Each junction is signposted. There are many junctions so please concentrate and check for signs at each junction. Do NOT just follow the runner in front as he or she may lead you off course. 

4. Bib numbers
You need to arrive early and collect these on Sunday morning.

Please pin your bib number on the front of your T shirt or top so that it is clearly visible as you approach the finish line. Make sure you do not have hydration vest strapping over the bib. This applies to walkers as well as runners.
See the entry list with numbers at the end of this bulletin.

5. Compulsory gear!!

  1. Drink stations: Be environmentally friendly

The War On Waste TV series on the ABC revealed that plastic cups take 50 years to fully disintegrate in landfill. So we want to be environmentally responsible by cutting out use of plastic cups for drink stations and instead event participants must carry 0.5 litre to 1 litre water bottles/cups/mugs, or water bladders in race vests, and refill these at drink stations from water and sports drink 20 litre containers with taps.
At the drink stations: Water, sports drink, various lollies at each.

See the drink station locations on the course maps.

  1. Shoes

Please wear trail running or other shoes with good grip as the course includes some steep uphil and downhill sections, and some sections with rough ground.

 

6. Off track danger

We are required to advise you that Mt Ainslie many years ago was an army firing range and a few unexploded ordinances have been found in recent years. You will not encounter any such things on the Two Peaks and One Peak trails. However, if you venture off the trail for any reason and encounter any metal objects on the ground, stay right away from them and do not pick them up. If they look at all like an unexploded military device, please report the location to race organisers and to police. 


7. Walkers
In these events some walkers are actually injured runners who then jog part of the course. If this occurs, it is fine but please advise the finish line recorder so that you are changed to the run for the official results. It is not fair on those who have walked all the way to have runners included in the walk results!

8. Toilets
There will be 2 portaloos. There are also male and female toilets adjacent to the vineyard cafe. Each year there tends to be a large queue at the loos shortly before start time. Please aim to arrive at least 30 minutes before race start so that you have plenty of time to visit the loo if needed. 

9. Awards
For all finishers the vineyard manager will have bottles of wine and will hand a bottle to you as you finish unless you are a non-wine drinker. There will be a Toblerone chocolate option for non-wine drinkers. When you finish the Vineyard Cellar Door will be open if you would like to stock up on some quality wine. 

10. Weather
http://www.weatherzone.com.au/act/act/canberra The forecast for Sunday morning is for80% chance of 1mm to 5mm of showers, with a temperature range from 7 degrees to 19 degrees. So be prepared for wet weather.

11. Refreshments
4 drink stations on the 20k course and 2 on the 12k course, with water, sports drink and lollies. Soft drink, breakfast bars and water at the finish. .

12. No dogs
Mt Majura Vineyard has very strict biosecurity. So no dogs are allowed either with spectators at the Vineyard or runners or walkers on the course.

13. Next events

Please see the Australian Mountain Running Association website calendar at
http://www.mountainrunning.coolrunning.com.au/index.php?module=Calendar&action=Calendar.ListView&s_months=12&s_show_details=Y

Many helpers are needed for the next 2 AMRA events, the Deep Space Marathon and Half Marathon on 4 November and the Tour de Ridges on 16 December. Online entry for both is open now. Please volunteer at http://www.mountainrunning.coolrunning.com.au/index.php?module=Home&action=volunteer

 
John Harding
Race Director

Entry list:

Event

Race No.

First Name

Last Name

Age

Gender

20 km walk

1

Tim

Craig

55

Male

20 km run

2

Tara

Melhuish

18

Female

20 km run

3

Jessica

Ronan

19

Female

20 km run

4

Sophie

Woolford

26

Female

20 km run

5

Gemma

Worland

28

Female

20 km run

6

Alice

Westwood

29

Female

20 km run

7

Kristen

Wilson

29

Female

20 km run

8

Melissa

Clarke

35

Female

20 km run

9

Sarah-Jayne

Miller

35

Female

20 km run

10

Natalie

Budd

36

Female

20 km run

11

Kristy

Zwickert

36

Female

20 km run

12

Steph

Le Fevre

38

Female

20 km run

13

Marlo

Perry

39

Female

20 km run

14

Kerren

Crosthwaite

39

Female

20 km run

15

Jess

Peil

41

Female

20 km run

16

Marnie

Shaw

43

Female

20 km run

17

Ann-Maree

Catanzariti

44

Female

20 km run

18

Nicole

Siddon

44

Female

20 km run

19

Rebecca

Dodd

45

Female

20 km run

20

Sarah

Fien

51

Female

20 km run

21

Paula

Gaudry

51

Female

20 km run

22

Alison

Schmidtchen

53

Female

20 km run

23

Kelley

Horan

57

Female

20 km run

24

Tom

Bartlett

20

Male

20 km run

25

Brendan

Ashmore

27

Male

20 km run

26

Siqi

Wu

27

Male

20 km run

27

Glen

Sturesteps

28

Male

20 km run

28

Lee

Magill

28

Male

20 km run

29

Ray Mun

Koo

30

Male

20 km run

30

Steven

Loughrey

33

Male

20 km run

31

Mariano

Zajaczkowski

35

Male

20 km run

32

Luke

Kay

36

Male

20 km run

33

Lee

Rice

37

Male

20 km run

34

Bradley

Warren

38

Male

20 km run

35

Tom

Wilson

38

Male

20 km run

36

Cameron

Kuziemko

41

Male

20 km run

37

Sean

Chan

41

Male

20 km run

38

Markus

Mannheim

42

Male

20 km run

39

Greg

Tompos

42

Male

20 km run

40

Jonathan

Edwards

43

Male

20 km run

41

Ken

Mansell

45

Male

20 km run

42

Giles

Lamb

45

Male

20 km run

43

Kevin

Dodd

46

Male

20 km run

44

Mike

Matthews

46

Male

20 km run

45

Jamie

Storrie

48

Male

20 km run

46

Chris

Huet

49

Male

20 km run

47

Steve

Richardson

51

Male

20 km run

48

Vince

Kelly

52

Male

20 km run

49

Stephen

Graham

54

Male

20 km run

50

David

Harries

55

Male

20 km run

51

Russ

Crane

55

Male

20 km run

52

Bill

Henderson

56

Male

20 km run

53

Clive

Brotchie

56

Male

20 km run

54

Martin

Pogson

57

Male

20 km run

55

Rod

Wilkins

57

Male

20 km run

56

Mick

Horan

59

Male

20 km run

57

Narasimha

Bandi

64

Male

20 km run

58

Trevor

Jacobs

66

Male

12 km walk

59

Lucy

Hawthorne

38

Female

12 km walk

60

Sabrina

Sonntag

51

Female

12 km walk

61

Jordi

Canadell

15

Male

12 km run

62

Lilia

Arcos

26

Female

12 km run

63

Natalie

Frizzell

28

Female

12 km run

64

Louise

Abbott

29

Female

12 km run

65

Natasha

Beck

30

Female

12 km run

66

Lucy

Fripp

30

Female

12 km run

67

Rebecca

Mcrae

31

Female

12 km run

68

Claire

Hollis

34

Female

12 km run

69

Catherine

Wright

34

Female

12 km run

70

Elizabeth

Williams

36

Female

12 km run

71

Lesley

Steel

38

Female

12 km run

72

Kate

Porter-Smith

38

Female

12 km run

73

Rebecca

Hunter

39

Female

12 km run

74

Kym

Russell

40

Female

12 km run

75

Lyndsay

Britt

40

Female

12 km run

76

Sonya

Kercher

41

Female

12 km run

77

Belinda

Russell

42

Female

12 km run

78

Michele

Lamb

44

Female

12 km run

79

Gemma

Wilson

44

Female

12 km run

80

Marie

Janczura

46

Female

12 km run

81

Leonie

Doyle

48

Female

12 km run

82

Kristen

Asher

51

Female

12 km run

83

Diane

O'shaughnessy

52

Female

12 km run

84

Helen

Jarosz

53

Female

12 km run

85

Mhairi

Craig

54

Female

12 km run

86

Lorraine

Erikson

58

Female

12 km run

87

Alison

Clark

64

Female

12 km run

88

Finn

Matthews

13

Male

12 km run

89

Adam

Fenton

29

Male

12 km run

90

Will

Brady

30

Male

12 km run

91

Tim

Smeeth

32

Male

12 km run

92

Marco

Spaccavento

37

Male

12 km run

93

Ryan

Bulman

38

Male

12 km run

94

Brent

Rebecca

39

Male

12 km run

95

Duncan

Byrne

44

Male

12 km run

96

Leroy

Dickie

49

Male

12 km run

97

John

Mcgoverne

54

Male

12 km run

98

Tony

Mccormack

54

Male

12 km run

99

Chris

Dean

60

Male

12 km run

100

Peter

Clarke

67

Male

12 km run

101

Jim

White

69

Male

12 km run

102

Hugh

Moore

70

Male

 

 

Created: Thursday, October 11th, 2018 11:25:34 pm by johnh Hits: 449