| Anaconda Adventure Race
December 5th 2010
Location Lorne, VIC
Date December 5th, 2010, 8:00am
Legs Ocean Swim & Beach Run (1.9km swimming, ~400m's of running)
Shotz Ocean Paddle (13km)
Coastal / Trail Run (15km)
Tanita Mountain Bike (24km)
Beach Run (1.5km) *
* For team categories, all team members will be required to complete these legs together.
Race & Event Overview
The Anaconda Adventure Race at Lorne is a spectacular off-road adventure event in and around the picturesque township of Lorne on the Great Ocean Road in the Otway ranges – if you want an adventure you’ll never forget then this is just the ticket.
Take part in this spectacular event you will swim around the iconic Lorne Pier and across the crystal clear Loutit Bay to the claps and cheers of thousands of spectators, you will paddle along the cliffs and golden beaches flanking the Great Ocean Road whilst surfing friendly southern ocean swells, you will run through rainforests, under massive tree ferns past mighty waterfalls and finally you will mountain bike to the top of the Otways and then come flying back down again on a cranking descent with a smile from ear to ear.
With adventures this genuine it is no great surprise that doing ‘The Anaconda’ has become a bit of an institution throughout Victoria and the Surf Coast with up to 1200 competitors putting themselves on the line for sake of a bit of fun – now its your turn.
Combine all this action with an adventure expo with kids entertainment, live commentary, food, drinks, displays and free stuff(!) and you have the ultimate weekend of adventure.
You can GO THE DISTANCE.
The Lorne Anaconda Adventure Race is the third race in the 2010 Anaconda Adventure Race National Series – the premier adventure racing series in Australia. With 4 races held in equally spectacular locations around the country you will be part of the off-road revolution that is sweeping the country.
Choose your style and get involved - the Anaconda Adventure Race can be completed in a range of categories to get anyone and everyone to onto the start then over the finish line:
* Individuals – do every leg as a non stop race around the track. Designed for heros and want-to-bes
* Pairs – do every leg but in the company of your mate who’s by your side the whole way round
* Relay teams – with up to 4 people where you do one (or more) legs each. A great way to get involved without being a super hero – build up a team of friends and work colleagues and join all the fun