Join the second season of the Gold Coast Trail Running Series
Are you ready to take on some awesome, dirty fun?
If you think you’ve got what it takes to be the next running champion on the Gold Coast, then gear up and join the 2014/2015 Gold Coast Trail Running Series.
Bringing together the toughest and most brilliant runners and athletes in the region and beyond, this season’s Gold Coast Trail Running Series will once again let them push their limits and up their level of strength and physical endurance as they battle it out in exciting races.
To be held on different dates and locations across the Gold Coast, this running event will also feature the beautiful and scenic natural surrounds of the region where they can experience more enjoyable and unique running tracks.
Guaranteed to be better and bring new kind of fun and challenge from its previous season, the 2014/2015 Gold Coast Trail Running Series will make participants feel like they’re doing it all in reverse. Runners have the opportunity to choose between short and long distances.
The first round of the series is scheduled on 19 October at Lakelands Conservation Area in Coombabah, where both the short and long course series will begin at 6:30am. Round 2 of the series is set on 16 November in Nerang Conservation Park, Clagiraba, where runners can choose to run either on the 11.9km race or the 6.1km. Giving others more time to fully gear up, the following rounds will take place next year. The third round will be on 8 February in Numinbah, and the last round will be held on 8 March in Hinze Dam in Advancetown Lake.
Enjoy this exceptional running event and delight in all the beautiful attractions on the Gold Coast. Our Broadbeach Holiday Accommodation is located near these exciting running venues. Make Capricornia Apartments your holiday residence while on the Gold Coast.
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