Shuttle buses will be available for entrants of the 30km, half and 10km distances.
Prior to the event, these buses will drive from the finish line in West Beach to the respective start lines, and entrants then run the event course back to their car.
Bus tickets can be purchased during the registration process.
Buses will be departing from the Henley Sailing Club, West Beach
30km at 6.15 am sharp. Please arrive at 6.00 am
21.1km at 6:30 am sharp. Please arrive at 6:15 am
There is parking available in surrounding streets of the start and finish areas.
There are drink stations located every 2 to 2.5K. Every second drink station has Powerade/Gatorade.
About the Greenbelt Challenge
Their motto is " Just train. Just strive. Just inspire. Just live. Just enjoy. Just run!"
You don't need to be a super athlete, although you may well want to be. They want to encourage running for everyone in Adelaide, and visitors to South Australia.
The South Australian Road Runners Club Inc (SARRC) exists to promote and encourage recreational running and walking in South Australia.
SARRC is the largest running club in South Australia. It was originally established in 1979 for people who had an interest in running the Marathon. Whilst people are compromised with many sporting talents and gifts, SARRC are not elite athletes! Their club is open to anyone at any level of fitness or ability. This includes those who wish to walk in the parklands once or twice a week, through to those who want to train to run Marathons locally, interstate or overseas. SARRC offers the opportunity for anyone in the community to exercise with others of a similar level of fitness and interest, whether it be socially or in competition.