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5.3km Dingo Dash


Dingo Dash

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5.3km Dingo Dash


Dingo Dash

Brought to you by MAAS Group

Get moving with the 5.3km Dingo Dash 

 

The 5.3km Dingo Dash is a great option for those who want to walk or run around the zoo with family and enjoy the sights and sounds of animals from around the world.

This years' event will be held on Sunday 27th August 2017.

The Dingo Dash starts at 7.30am and finishes at 9.00am (1.5 hours).

If you’re a newbie runner, then the Dingo Dash is a great starting point in building your running experience. We'd love to have you on board! We have two different training plans to help you on your way - one for walkers looking to run and one for more experienced runners looking to set a new PB!

Your registration includes entry to Taronga Western Plains Zoo, your finishers' medal and water bottle.

To be considered for placegetter trophies, competitors must enter as an individual and not as part of a family in the 5.3km Dingo Dash.

Children under four get free entry into the zoo, so littlies don't need to be registered in the Dingo Dash to participate. However, if you want a medal and racing bib for your under four year old, they will need to be a registered participant.

 

 
 
 

Prize money and placings

Prize money is available for both male and female placegetters

  • First - $500
  • Second - $200
  • Third - $100

All event placings (except the Wallaby Wheel) are determined through gun start

Toilets and stations

There will be 10 portaloos at the marshalling area, plus the following on the Dingo Dash course

  • 2km (toilets)
  • 3km (toilets & water)
  • finish line (toilets, water, sports drink, fruit).

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5.3km Wallaby Wheel [NEW]


Wallaby Wheel

Brought to you by Ability Links

5.3km Wallaby Wheel [NEW]


Wallaby Wheel

Brought to you by Ability Links

Introducing the Wallaby Wheel in 2017

 

This year we are introducing the inaugural Wallaby Wheel! We believe the Wallaby Wheel is the first inland wheelchair event in Australia.

This Wallaby Wheel is open to wheelchair participants and takes place in the Dingo Dash event. The track is wheelchair accessible throughout.

This years' event will be held on Sunday 27th August 2017.

The Wallaby Wheel starts with the Dingo Dash at 7.30am and finishes at 9.00am (1.5 hours).

The Wallaby Wheel is all about participation and making the Dubbo Stampede a whole of community celebration.
 
This is the Wallaby Wheel's first year and competitive/elite wheelchair racing offers many complexities. In the interest of safety we have decided to run our first year as a non-competitive event with a focus on families and recreational wheelers.
 
Place getters will be recognised with medals and trophies. Thank you for your interest!

 
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10km Cheetah Chase


Cheetah Chase

Brought to you by Big Blue Digital

10km Cheetah Chase


Cheetah Chase

Brought to you by Big Blue Digital

Pick up the pace with our 10km Cheetah Chase

 

The Cheetah Chase is a good all-rounder running event. If you feel a bit too comfortable running 5km and are looking for your next challenge, then step it up and try our 10km event.

If you have ran 10km events in the past and are looking to set a new PB, then this track is for you too!

This years' event will be held on Sunday 27th August 2017.

The Cheetah Chase starts at 8.15am and finishes at 10.15am (2 hours).

The course starts inside the Taronga Western Plains Zoo before runners head out the zoo main gates into 'the wild'.

You will follow Obley Road (closed to traffic for the event) toward the Camp Road intersection before turning around and re-entering the zoo. You will then complete a loop of the internal road network of the zoo and finish at the same finish line for all other events.  The Cheetah Chase is measured to IAAF standards but not certified.

Looking for training plans? We've got you covered. Completer and competitor plans are now available here.

The Cheetah Chase includes your finishers' medal, water bottle and entry to the Taronga Western Plains Zoo.

 

 
 

Prize money

Prize money is available for both male and female placegetters

  • First - $600
  • Second - $300
  • Third - $100

All event placings (except the Wallaby Wheel) are determined through gun start.

Toilets and stations

There will be 10 portaloos at the marshaling area, plus the following on the cheetah chase course

  • 4.5km (water)
  • 6.5km (toilet)
  • 7.5km (water & toilets)
  • finish line (toilets, water, sports drink, fruit).

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21.1km Zebra Zoom


Zebra Zoom

Brought to you by Rhino Promotions

21.1km Zebra Zoom


Zebra Zoom

Brought to you by Rhino Promotions

Test yourself in our 21.1km Zebra Zoom

 

For more experienced runners, or for those who are ready to train hard for a half marathon, the Zebra Zoom is perfect for you.
 
First time half marathon runners will appreciate the relatively flat course, while half marathon veterans will be challenged to run a new PB.

This years' event will be held on Sunday 27th August 2017.

The Zebra Zoom starts at 7.45am and finishes at 11.45am (4 hours).

The Zebra Zoom will start inside the Taronga Western Plains Zoo before you run out the zoo main gates into 'the wild'.
 
You travel along Obley Road (closed to traffic for the event) toward the Camp Road intersection. You then run a complete loop of the picturesque Macquarie river circuit before re-entering the zoo.
 
You then run a complete loop of the zoo, past all the animals and finish at your starting point. The zebra zoom is measured to IAAF standards but not certified.

The Zebra Zoom training plans can be found here.

Your registration includes your finishers’ medal, entry to the Taronga Western Plains Zoo, water bottle, medal and a free shirt for early bird registrations. 

Check out this snapshot of some of our half and full marathon routes and see why Dubbo is an awesome running destination.

 

 
 
 

Prize money

Prize money is available for both male and female placegetters

  • First - $800
  • Second - $400
  • Third - $200

All event placings (except the Wallaby Wheel) are determined through gun start.

Toilets and stations

There will be 10 portaloos at the marshaling area, plus the following on the zebra zoom course:

  • 4km (water & toilets)
  • 9.5km (water, Gatorade & toilets)
  • 10.5km (toilets)
  • 11km (water)
  • 12.5km (toilet)
  • 13.3km (water & free GU gels)
  • 15.5km (water)
  • 17.5km (toilets)
  • 16km (toilets)
  • 18.5km (water & toilets)
  • finish line (toilets, water, sports drink and fruit) 

Course

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42.2km Rhino Ramble


Rhino Ramble

Brought to you by EMS Group

42.2km Rhino Ramble


Rhino Ramble

Brought to you by EMS Group

Go all the way with our 42.2km Rhino Ramble

 

Yep the big one. The Dubbo Stampede’s marathon, the Rhino Ramble! 
 
This 42.2km course is for you if you’re looking for a marathon like no other. With the right experience and preparation, why not make this year your year to cross the finish line?
 
This years' event will be held on Sunday 27th August 2017.

The Rhino Ramble starts at 7.00am and finishes at 1pm (6 hours).
 
The Rhino Ramble is measured to IAAF standards but not certified.
 
We have training plans available for the Rhino Ramble. If you are a new marathoner or a more seasoned participant, we have got you covered.
 
Your registration includes your finishers’ medal, entry to the Taronga Western Plains Zoo and a free shirt for early bird registrations. You must be over 16 to enter the marathon. There are no age restrictions on the other events.

Check out this footage from last year's preparation.

 

 
 
 

Prize money

Prize money is available for both male and female placegetters

  • First - $800
  • Second - $500
  • Third - $300

This year, there will be a special additional $200 jackpot prize if the Rhino Ramble course record is broken!

See our Past Events page for previous records!

All event placings (except the Wallaby Wheel) are determined through gun start.


Toilets and stations

There will be 10 portaloos at the marshaling area, plus the following on the Rhino Ramble course

  • 4km (water & toilet)
  • 7.5km (toilets)
  • 9km (water, toilets, Gatorade) 
  • 10.5km (toilets, water) 
  • 12km (toilets) 
  • 13km (water, and free GU gels)
  • 15km (special needs [self-supplied]) first lap wristband issued to runners
  • 16.5km (water & toilet) 20.5km (toilets)
  • 21.5km (water, toilets, Gatorade)
  • 23km (toilets) 
  • 23.5km (water) 
  • 24.5km (toilets) 
  • 25.7km (water, and free GU gels) 
  • 27.7km (special needs [self-supplied]) 2nd lap wristband issued to runners
  • 29.5km (water & toilet) 
  • 33km (toilets) 
  • 34.5km (water, toilets, Gatorade) 
  • 35.5km (toilets) 
  • 36.3km (water) 
  • 37.5km (toilets) 
  • 38.5km (water, and free GU gels) 
  • 40.5km (special needs [self-supplied]) 
  • 40.7km (water) 
  • Victory!

 
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