When: Saturday 24 April, 2021
Where: Northern Beaches Leisure Centre
Time: 4:30am Sign in with a briefing at 4:55am prior to the start at 5:00am
Cost: $80

1km swim | 90km bike | 9km run

Registration closes at noon on Friday 23 April 2020 (unless sold out prior). No entries on the day.
Open to everyone, limited numbers.
Minimum age 14, ages 14 to 18 require parental consent and prior FRT Committee approval.

As part of the ANZAC Day commemorations, the Free Radicals Tribe Triathlon Club will host the annual Legacy 100 Challenge. This is Townsville’s defining long course event and is perfectly timed to test your training going forward to Cairns 70.3 or Ironman. No one said it would be easy, in fact it’s hard!

The challenge will start before dawn at 5:00am at Northern Beaches Leisure Centre where you will complete a 1km swim. Next up is a grueling 90 km out and back bike course up Herveys’ Range and return to the starting point. This is where you will complete a 9km run along the shady pathways of North Shore & the banks of the Bohle River to finish under the arch.

You will have completed a 100km challenge in memory of the ANZACs. As you cross the finish line you will be presented with your ANZAC 100 club pin in recognition of your efforts. There will be a BBQ breakfast running until the last person has finished. Remember this is not a race, it’s a personal challenge. Open to all who have the ability to complete this long course.

Minimum age 14, ages 14 to 18 require parental consent and prior FRT Committee approval.

Refund policy is 50% before 2nd April 2021, 0% after this date.

NOTE: Lights are MANDATORY for the bike leg and you will not be able to take part in the event without them.

All proceeds go to Townsville – Legacy who are dedicated to caring for the families of deceased and incapacitated veterans. Legacy is a voluntary organisation supported by veterans, servicemen and women, and volunteers drawn from all walks of life. The support and services now extend to include the dependants of members of today’s Australian Defence Force who lose their lives as a result of their military service.

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