Duncan's Run 2017 – Dates Announced

It’s with great excitement that we announce the 2017 Duncan’s Run will be held on Saturday April 1st. A new course has been made that incorporates trails used previously, mixed with some exhilarating new ones. The main event will be the 50km solo/relay with a 20km and 6km held in support. With regret the 100km will not be held next year. So don’t be a ‘fool’ and mark this date down in your calendar.

2015 Duncan's Run Hundred postponed due to extreme weather conditions

Race Update: 
The Duncan’s Run Hundred Committee met this evening and unfortunately due to the extreme forecast weather conditions the 2015 run has been postponed until early April 2016.

The safety of our entrants and volunteers is our highest priority and our decision has not been made lightly.  

Entrants may choose to rollover their entry until the proposed April 2016 date. We are considering a partial refund but due to costs already incurred we are unable to offer a full refund.  

All entrants will be contacted via email or other means within the next 24 hours.

2015 Duncan's Run Hundred postponed

The Duncan’s Run Hundred Committee met this evening and unfortunately due to the extreme forecast weather conditions the 2015 run has been postponed until early April 2016. 

The safety of our entrants and volunteers is our highest priority and our decision has not been made lightly.  

Entrants may choose to rollover their entry until the proposed April 2016 date. We are considering a partial refund but due to costs already incurred we are unable to offer a full refund.  

All entrants will be contacted via email or other means within the next 24 hours.

DRH again receives International Trail Running Association (ITRA) course accreditation

The International Trail Running Association has introduced a new race evaluation service. This service introduces a major updating of ITRA points (now a 1 to 6 scale) and new evaluation criteria called "Mountain" and "Finisher". For full details on the updated ranking system please check here.

 

 

The main benefit of DRH being evaluated by the ITRA is that runners can easily compare the difficulty of different races both in Australia and around the world. And for entry purposes to events such as the Ultra-Trail du Mont Blanc held in Chamonix, France and is regarded as the foremost ultra distance trail event in the World. For more details on qualifying for UTMB check here.

 

For a list of events around the world check the ITRA Calendar. Entries for 2016 UTMB are open from 16th Dec 2015- 6 Jan 2016, so Duncan's Run Hundred is your last chance to pick up a few crucial points.