Media Articles

A varied collection of media articles over the years.

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2009Ingrid's marathon bet
2009It's great fun in the long run
2009Marathon was a running success
2009Athletics: Century incentive for Auckland athlete
2009Club Stalwart: Brian Gawne
2009193 marathons and counting
2009Marathon world record still in sight for LeMay
2009Marathon man's retiring at 100
2009A Private Shame #1
2009A Private Shame #2
2009Haile Gebrselassie: The Emporer #1
2009Haile Gebrselassie: The Emporer #2
2009Haile Gebrselassie: The Emporer #3
2009Haile Gebrselassie: The Emporer #4
2008Running a marathon for the 611th time
2008An energised man of science
2008Peck claims Rocks marathon
2008The History of the Colac Six Day Race
200742km a week for 62-year-old
2007Quite a character, but he does run on ... and on ...
20062003 London Marathon Women's World Record #1
20062003 London Marathon Women's World Record #2
2006He's still off and running
2006Ten Questions with Big Chris
2006Fifty and counting
2006Magic numbers #1
2006Magic numbers #2
2006Magic numbers #3
2006The run of a lifetime
2006IN PERSON; Even His Blisters Have Blisters
2005Fitzroy Falls run attracts some serious talent
2005Record local interest
2005Westcott will join Sutherland to Surf
2005Armidale Runners Witness World Record
2005Hora goes for 545th marathon
2005AURA Life Memberships
2005Beyond the finish line
2005300th long run lies straight ahead
2005Poolside Water World Great Ocean Run
2004Runner aims for Earth's ultimate lap of honour
2004Shire resident takes up 24 hour challenge for 2004 Cancer Relay
2004Bob picks up money on the run
2004Sutherland Shire 2004 Relay For Life Beats All Expectations
2004Unlikely sort looks to 9000km mark
2003Runners make marathon effort through national park
2003Champ to fly in today
2003Dusan off on 450th marathon
2003Happy Twenty Years Adelaide 24-Hour Race
2003He does 150 kms every day
2002Marathon men go the distance
2002Mountain Man's New Challenge
2002James is serious threat
2002Generosity from the Markets
2001Top field for marathon
2000Dee Why's marathon man runs his own race

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Club Rules

All marathons must be:
1. Official Marathons;
2. 42.195km distance; and
3. Completed in a single stage.

Marathons may be on-road or off-road & must meet the above criteria.

Official Marathons

An event where:
1. It is advertised in advance as a marathon;
2. It has a registration process;
3. It has a Race Director;
4. It has published results; and
5. There is a minimum of 3 finishers.

Ultra Marathons

If you run an ultra marathon you cannot count the marathon distance of it as a marathon. Ultra marathons will be listed separately to marathons.

Examples:
1. Canberra Marathon 50km;
2. Six Foot Track Marathon;