Still 100km to get to halfway: Octember pt. 1 The Great Ocean Walk 100


I’ve just created an epic multimedia fun-gasmic race report about my excursion on the Great Ocean Walk a couple of weeks ago. It’s got me in the mood to write up Hume and Hovell 100 from last weekend but that might have to wait until next week, after the Ned Kelly Chase.

Enjoy!

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Between October 12 and November 10, I have set myself the challenge of running 3 100km races and a 174km trailrunning slaughterhouse on one of Australia’s toughest 100-mile courses. It’s a total of 474 race kilometres within 30 days and even with 200 kilometres already down, I don’t feel any closer to the halfway mark. Maybe after this Sunday’s Ned Kelly Chase in Wangaratta (northern Victoria), when only the Great North Walk miler remains, I’ll feel like only the hardest part of Octember remains. But halfway isn’t the finish, and as every ultrarunner knows, it isn’t even halfway.

The first of the month’s 4 runs, the Great Ocean Walk 100, was on one of the most beautiful and unforgiving routes in Australia. With the simple instruction to keep the ocean on our left, close to a hundred runners raced, staggered, stumbled and deliriously zigzagged their way from Apollo Bay…

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About Roger Hanney

Ultramarathon runner. Wannabe adventurer. Writer. Australian HOKA ONE ONE guy. First Type 1 to complete the 4 Deserts Grand Slam. www.runeatsleeprun.com www.type1ultra.com
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