|Where:||Start/Finish at Equinox Car Park Busselton WA|
|When:||Saturday 9th February 2013
7:30am – 21.1Km & 5Km walk
8:15am – 10Km
8:30am – 5Km runners
|Course||21.1Km is an out and back course of 2 laps along the coastal bike/pedestrian paths of Busselton and is an Athletics Australia Certified Accurate course. The turn around point is marked with a large flag with “21k turn around” on it.
10km run is a 1 lap loop out past the Geographe Bay Yacht Club to a 5km turn around point marked by a large flag with “10km turn around” on it .
5Km run and walk is a 1 lap out and back course along the coastal bike/pedestrian paths of Busselton. The 5Km run heads West toward the Geographe Bay Yacht Club.
The turn around point is marked with a large flag with “5k turn around” on it.
The 5Km walk heads East past the Jetty and has a flag with “walk turn around” on it.
|Distribution of bib numbers||Number bibs, incorporating an embedded timing chip will be available for collection between 4pm and 7pm the Friday prior to race day. Registration is located West of the Equinox Cafe in the car park. The Equinox is at the ocean end of Queen St opposite the tennis courts.|
|Chip Timing||Chip Timing will be provided by Blue Chip Timing, who will provide results on the day and publish to the web.
Chip timing will not be provided for the 5km walk.
|Aid Stations||Water stations will be provided approximately every 2km and water will be provided in cups|
There are public toilets adjacent to the start at the Equinox Café complex and at Dolphin Rd Boat ramp approximately 1Km from the Western turn around.
There are public toilets adjacent to the start at the Equinox Café complex, at the Sea Rescue building and Georgette St toilet block approximately 1Km East of the Jetty
|Distance Splits||Distance markers will be located along the route|
|Running with Head Sets||Headsets or headphones are not permitted. We also ask that runners are mindful that they are under the direction of marshals. The course is multi lap and the lead runners may pass you at some stage. Showing common courtesy to other runners is the order of the day. You must also be aware of any lead or emergency vehicles on the course.|