Race Update and Information - AW139

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Thanks for entering the AW139 Ultra for Everyone. We trust you enjoy the challenge you have selected and the camaraderie of the other participants. There are a few reminders and links for you below, but first we have a quick message from our official event charity, Northern NSW Rescue Helicopter Service.

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Paul Humphreys
31 May 2020

Rowing added to AW139 challenge

Rowing has been added to this great challenge. Either 13.9km each week or 139km over the month!!


Come on rowers. Get rowing!!

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Paul Humphreys
29 May 2020

Maitland River Run - Postponed

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Hi Racers
New Date – SUNDAY 1st Nov 2020
As you may have been expecting  due to the COVID19 virus crisis, we have selected a new date to stage this event. This is, of course, subject to gathering restrictions allowing this activity. See below for entry option details. 
With the nature of this health crisis such that we are expecting a lengthy disruption to all our daily lives, we have allowed almost 30 weeks for the crisis to normalise. We eagerly hope this is enough time for the event to go ahead. 
Like many other small/family run businesses in our community, H Events hopes that all our valued athletes can be understanding and flexible, given the unanticipated nature of what we are all facing in the world right now!
We want to thank our sponsors, local approval stakeholders, staff, suppliers and volunteer groups for their flexibility and loyalty.
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Paul Humphreys
16 April 2020

Race Wrap Up - Quarry Mining Maitland Triathlon

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After 25 years and 21 starts, last weekend’s Quarry Mining Maitland Triathlon was given a big thumbs up by elite, age groupers, spectators and technical officials alike. After horrendous winds on the Friday and fire dangers in the North of the State, Sunday put on a brilliant spring day in the Hunter Valley township of Morpeth near Maitland. It would be hard to think the area is in drought, with recent rain just enough to green up the paddocks for the race. With the event compound area set next to the river and boat ramp, the transition area just 50m from the swim, and finish line right beside it, there was plenty of action on offer last Sunday. With the swim was a straight up and back past the Morpeth Bridge, the cycle leg loops of a 20km flatish course and run being dead flat on a hotdog 2.5km course, the athletes got plenty of love from spectators and locals alike.Maitland Triathlon 2019 24

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Paul Humphreys
13 November 2019