PRIME 7 – 10km Run/Walk

Race around the stunning Victoria Park Lake precinct and weave your way through the Red Gums as you follow the Goulburn and Broken Rivers.

10KM is a perfect distance if your looking for a challenge. Whether it’s setting a new PB or completing this distance for the first time – this race is for you!

Thanks to our sponsors Prime 7.

EVENT INFORMATION

DateSunday 26 August 2018
Distance10 kms AIMS certified
Pre race briefing8:20 AM at the start line
Start Time8:30 AM
Cut Off TimeNo official cut off time. Course is not fully marshalled after 5.5 hours
Field LimitN/A
Start LineWyndham Street, (adjacent to the Quality Hotel Park Lake)
Finish LineEvent Venue, Victoria Park Lake
Age Limit12 years or older on race day
Online Registration Cut OffWednesday 22 August, 2018 at midnight
Late Minute Registrations Thursday 23 August, 2018 to Saturday 25 August at 3pm

ENTRY FEES AND INCLUSIONS

Sign up early to secure the best pricing.

ENTRY FEEOPENCLOSE
Super Early Bird$35 2 March, 5pm4 March, midnight
Early Bird$405 March15 April, midnight
Regular Entry$4516 April29 July, midnight
Late Entry$5030 July22 August, midnight
Last Minute$5523 August25 August, 3pm

*Registration service fee included in entry fee.
*Credit charges of 2.5% not included in entry fee.
*Please note entry fees are subject to change at any time.

Inclusions

  • Race Entry
  • Race Bib with timing chip
  • Safety pins
  • Race Information Booklet
  • On course hydration and nutrition
  • Optional post-run massage
  • Finishers medal
  • Recovery drinks (juice and water) and fruit

Optional purchase

  • Race bib mailed prior to race day $5 (select this option when entering, no race bibs mailed after 31 July)
  • Race souvenir t-shirt available to purchase through the registration system and collected on race weekend
  • Food and drinks available at the event venue on race day

Entry Fee information

  • The Super Early Bird entry is non-refundable, non-transferable and cannot be exchanged
  • No on day race entries accepted
  • A more detailed refund policy and race waiver is available here

COURSE DESCRIPTION

  1. Start on Wyndham Street, adjacent to the Quality Hotel Parklake
  2. Head south towards the railway line and then turn right, before the railway line, following Fitzjohn Street
  3. After approximately 1.2km’s you will be directed left onto the sealed pathway heading south where you will run amongst the Red Gums following the Goulburn River
  4. The sealed pathway will take you past the Goulburn and Broken River junction and under the rail bridge
  5. Continue along the path, enjoy the natural surroundings that lead you under the Wyndham Street bridge to Jackson Park
  6. At Jackson Park you will find an aid station where a Marshall will instruct you to continue in an easterly direction for approximately 1KM
  7. Stay on the path following Broken River Drive until you reach a marshal at the turnaround point
  8. Turn and follow the path back to the junction at Fitzjohn Street and head north along Tom Collins Drive
  9. As you approach Aquamoves a marshall will direct you to turn right where you re-join the Victoria Park Lake path
  10. As you run between Aquamoves and the lake the finish line will be in your sight

AID STATIONS AND TOILETS

Toilets are available on course and in the event venue close to the start/finish line.
Aid Stations will be set up on course at regular intervals and will offer water, energy drink & lollies.

Basic First Aid supplies will be available at all aid stations on course

  1. Lincoln Drive – aid station
  2. Broken River Drive, Jackson Park – aid station and toilet
  3. Lincoln Drive – aid station

PERSONAL DRINKS

The Personal Drinks service is available to competitors in the full marathon only

AGE CATEGORIES

Male and Female age categories available for selection are:

  • 12 - 17

  • 18 - 29

  • 30 - 45

  • 46 - 59

  • 60 +

Minimum age is 12 years on race day.
All male and female Age Category winners will receive a certificate recognising their achievement.

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Photos courtesy of Shepparton News and Trew Bella Photography