The Kokoda Challenge - Gold Coast
The Kokoda Challenge on the Gold Coast is hailed as Australia's toughest team endurance event. It is a gruelling, cross country, 4-person team event held over 96km, with a time limit for completion of 39 hours.
EVENT DATE: JULY 16 AND 17, 2016
EVENT DETAILS for the KOKODA CHALLENGE
The KOKODA CHALLENGE is 96 km in the length the same distance as the famous Kokoda Track in Papua New Guinea.
Time Limit: 39 hours
The KOKODA CHALLENGE has a 39 hour time limit is in honour of the 39th Militia, the first Australian troops to set foot on the Kokoda Track.
Event Cost: $460.00 per team plus a fundraising commitment of $1600
Each team (4 participants) must raise $1600 for the Kokoda Youth Foundation to support their entry of $460 .
Each team of four participants (with the help of their support crew) trek the 96km course along fire trails, crossing 12 creeks and climbing summits of 5,000m of vertical elevation. The goal is to finish as a complete team of four in honour of the spirit forged on the Kokoda Track in 1942: courage, endurance, mateship and sacrifice.
the Kokoda Challenge will take place on the 16th and 17th July 2016.
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Event Details for KOKODA 48
The Kokoda 48 is the ‘little brother’ of the KOKODA CHALLENGE and allows competitors to experience the atmosphere and mateship of the event over half the course. The Kokoda 48 will sell out quickly in 2016 – don’t miss out!
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2016 KOKODA 48
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