The Kokoda Challenge - Gold coast
School teams can also enter into the 96 km Stan Bisset Cup and 48 km Jim Stillman Cup. Teams of four students, plus a leader (usually a teacher) make up the field for these events. Over 150 teams from schools are currently involved in The Kokoda Challenge event on the Gold Coast.
Regardless of fitness level, age or background, people from all walks of life find participating in The Kokoda Challenge not only a great personal achievement, but a way to honour the Kokoda legacy and support local teenagers to gain a brighter future for themselves and their families through the Kokoda Challenge Youth Program.
celebrating our 10th anniversary in 2014
Please note we have sold out for the 2014 Kokoda challenge 96km on the gold coast
If you still would like to take part in a Kokoda Challenge event this year why not consider the shorter events in Brisbane, Toowoomba and Melbourne. Please note the registrations are now open for Toowoomba (here) and Brisbane (here).
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17th Apr. 2014
Shin splints seems to be one of the key hot-spots that is niggling people during their training, so the team at Entire Podiatry have put an article together to help you shin splints at bay. Continue Reading...
Electric Shizer face down The Kokoda Challenge for the third year running
11th Apr. 2014
Danielle Richie-Halligan and her team Elctric Shizer know what it’s like to stand at the start line of The Kokoda Challenge understanding exactly how much pain and perseverance will be required to complete the 96 kilometre trek through the Gold Coast hinterland. They know that they have up to twelve creek beds ahead of them and that that they will soon be navigating their way up and down more than 5,000 vertical metres on the biggest volcanic erosion caldera of the southern hemisphere. This is because they’re coming up to their third Kokoda Challenge this year. Continue Reading...