Mighty Jarrah Trail Run

Mighty Jarrah Trail Run

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If anyone is looking for the photo's of the Almighty Jarrah 21km at Big Bertha and after pine o clean search facebook for "Photography by Naomi" she has lots on her facebook site.
Is there a cutoff for the half marathon?
To all of you who were planning to do the Mighty Jarrah. There is now a replacement event being run by Single Track Minds on the same day in Dwellingup. Head to the website for details
Great to have another trail race in such a cracking location. A seriously fast course that will appeal to road and trail runners alike. The single track on the bibbulmum was awesome, The course was well marked and the volunteers brilliant as ever. The elite thing is just very confusing as far as I know there are no pro trail runners in wa, so people like Richard are the elites in our sport. This is just feedback as the event was overall was a lot of fun.
Really great event guys! Great work for your first one. Will be back next year.
Thank you for such a great event👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼 We'll be back next year for sure! Loved it! Well done🙌🏼👏🏻👏🏻
Had a fantastic morning. A well organised event and a great atmosphere. Thank You to all tbe volunteers and organisers.
I've never finished first in a race and felt a bit disappointed. I really enjoyed the course today but was left with a bit of a bitter taste at the presentations. I don't race for prizes, but when prizes are advertised then not paid out because of wording it's not good. When I registered my options were 40-49 or elite, there was no apparent difference in entry fee or conditions made clear on the form. I can confidently line up at the start line and say I fit in the 40-49 category. If on the other hand I call myself elite and a bus load of Kenyans turn up I feel a bit of a dickhead! It's not the sum that's important to people, it's the award. Had there been no prizes I'd have come away really happy at beating some very decent (not elite) runners. My friend took home a nice cash award in the 10k after also not calling himself elite? The first 3 home in the race billed as the "Almighty" are not so happy 🙁 I honestly don't think you're numbers would not be negatively impacted by having no cash prizes, but if they are to remain then just pay them out to the first 3 across the line. I'm sure most people will go away with some really good thoughts on the inaugural event. The course was good and quick, the marking was as good as any trail race I've done and having the lead bike was cool 👍 I think there's just cultural differences between trail runners and triathletes we need to be aware of when crossing the boundaries 😉
Thanks to all the organisers and volunteers for a great trail run today. Beautiful scenery, sensational weather and a good time had by all. 🏃‍♀️🌤🌿
Hi, are any more deets going to be released re any drink stations, course markings etc. Thx
Is there any medals for this event 😉

This trail run event is in its 4th year and will be held on Sat 19th September & showcases the wider Dwellingup area with a half marathon and 12km & 6km distances as well as a doggie dash!

Had a change of heart?

Our optional change of heart policy can be purchased at an additional cost of $10 per entrant.

This entitles participants to a FULL refund on their event entry should they need to withdraw for whatever reason. Participants will need to notify event staff of their withdrawal in writing no later than one hour prior to their advertised race start time by emailing [email protected]

Policy must be purchased at the time of rego, cannot be added after

Here's something that might appeal to some....!

Looking for something a little bit beyond the normal?

Thinking about doing the 60km and 21km? Or 35km and 12km? It's possible!!

(*note - we are unable to hold the start times for the run - so make sure you can get off the bike in time!)

Check out the event timings and work out what you want to do: www.dwellingup100.com.au/event-timings

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A little COVID update from the organiser. We are doing our best, and we know you are too!

As a final note, please rest assured that all entry fees are being held in trust by our online registration platform until we are able to deliver the event. Should government restrictions be re-imposed and the event need to be cancelled due to COVID-19 your entry fees will be reimbursed minus a small admin fee. We’ve also introduced our ‘change of heart’ registration option this year, whereby for a small fee, you can cancel your registration for any reason up to one hour prior to start time and we’ll give you back 100% of your entry fee. We hope these small steps will give you confidence to register for our events early, so that we can provide you with the best experience possible. We can’t wait to see you in September!!

Just think, not long ago you weren't allowed outside....!!

Make the most it and stretch those legs.

Visit Dwellingup

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Walk, jog, or run

Make sure you look up and take it all in!

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With trails this good, it's only fair everyone gets to enjoy them.

Yup, the 6km Doggie Dash is back!

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With a half marathon, 12km and a 6km there is a distance for everyone.

You have to just decide which one you'll do
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Visit Dwellingup

Even Mark is getting in on the trail action 👌

There has never been a better time for Western Australians to get outdoors and enjoy what our State has to offer.

And we want to make the experience even better.

That’s why we have released a 10-year WA Hiking Strategy to ensure Western Australians continue to enjoy the great outdoors in a safe and sustainable way.

Our hiking trails experienced record levels of participation over April and May and we want to make sure Western Australians continue to enjoy hiking and trail running.

The strategy is the first of its kind in the country and complements other trail strategies developed over the past 25 years in WA that focus on areas such as mountain biking and horse trails.

It will focus on traditional bushwalking and the emerging growth area of trail running, and will guide industry in the funding and development of hiking and trails for the next decade.

The State Government has allocated $250,000 over the next three years to encourage participation.

This 10-year strategy will help guide government investment and lead to stronger community development and economic outcomes - including regional development and job creation - throughout the State.

You can read the strategy in full by visiting https://www.dlgsc.wa.gov.au/department/publications/publication/wa-hiking-strategy-bushwalking-and-trail-running-in-western-australia-2020---2030

Dwellingup has some of the best trails in WA and we want to show you our favourites...

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There's no better time to explore WA's trails than now.

Call it training.... so you might as well sign up for a race.
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Act-Belong-Commit Dwellingup 100

Bring your friends, bring your family... bring your dog. 19th September in and around the magnificent town of Dwellingup ...

It's so good to be back.
Want a taste of it from last year... check this out and get yourself registered
https://www.dwellingup100.com.au/

Great News......
Registrations are now open for the Mighty Jarrah Trail Run!!
Sign up for one of WA's most beautiful trail runs on 19th September 2020.

Distances of 21km, 12km and 6km (including the 6km Doggie Dash) means there is something for everyone.
Get back on the trails and feel free once again!!
https://www.dwellingup100.com.au/mighty-jarrah-trail-run

Great news trail runners ... we’ve got the go ahead, major Events are back on ... we are good to go. Standby ... entries opening soon 👊🏻

Tell us about Global Running Day run .... did you get out on your favourite track or trail ?

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WA man’s marathon effort in quarantine

Does anyone else have an unconventional training program in preparation for the 2020 Mighty Jarrah Trial Run?
https://www.perthnow.com.au/news/coronavirus/kalgoorlie-runner-grant-wholey-completes-ultramarathon-during-quarantine-in-melbourne-pan-pacific-hotel-ng-b881558641z

perthnow.com.au Stuck in hotel quarantine, Kalgoorlie man Grant Wholey has achieved the near-impossible — a 50km ultramarathon.

Dwellingup 100 and Mighty Jarrah Trail Run ... mark it in your diary .... 19th September ... keep doing the right thing ... we’ll get there 👍🏻

Here’s something to look forward to – pencil in Sat 19th September for the Dwellingup 100 and Mighty Jarrah Trail Run! We’re not taking entries until we have more insight into the easing of restrictions on mass gatherings. But rest assured we’re doing all we can to put strategies in place that give us the best chance to run this event AND keep you all safe!

So get on your bike, get out in the fresh air, run those trails and start dreaming of September. Can’t wait to see you all there!

IMPORTANT: The Shire of Murray is NOT encouraging visitors to the region at this point in time. You’ll be the first to know when they open their doors to head down and train. Please be respectful of the Shire’s and community’s wishes at this time.

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If you're looking for your next challenge, there are lots of great triathlons over the summer including some off-road & cross triathlons. You can become a Triathlon WA member & stay updated for all upcoming events & receive discounts on race entries. Find out more on everything a Triathlon WA membership has to offer on http://bit.ly/2ugmscO

Dwellingup 100 Fundraising Prize Draw

And the winners are…
Ben O'Keeffe! You've just scored yourself a BRAND new Toyota Corolla! And Zy Phillips you've got the AFL Grand Final package. And congrats to Dion Brayshaw on winning the $1000 CASH! Thank you to EVERYONE who fundraised for MDWA - what a bunch of legends.

It's been a few days since you took on the muddy trails of Dwelly… want to be reminded of how well you went? Check out the race results here ⏰ http://ow.ly/7Bvp50w21DU

Mighty Jarrah Trail Run & Doggie Dash

An awesome recap of the Mighty Jarrah Trail Run & Doggie Dash on the weekend 👟🐶

For those of you who are fundraising, don't forget that you have until Friday the 13th to hit those fundraising milestones & win big. We're almost there!

Mighty Jarrah Trail Run 2019 - Official

What a day! Check out the snaps from yesterday, tag yourself & anyone you spot. A massive thanks to everyone who made it.

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What a day! Check out the snaps from yesterday, tag yourself & anyone you spot. A massive thanks to everyone who made it.

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All the good dogs starting the Doggie Dash 🐕 Best. Day. Ever!

Ready, set, go! The runners are off for their time on the tracks. Don't forget to tag us on Facebook & @musculardystrophyWA on Instagram to share your photos from today!

Tonight we're carb loading & getting a good night sleep before the big day. Get your coffee fix from the Blue Wren cafe or Little Blue kiosk as some money from each cup sold will go towards MDWA ☕ Looking forward to seeing you guys bright & early ☀️

[09/06/19]   Online regos have closed but you can still sign up at the event tomorrow between 9.30 - 10.15am!

This weekend's weather is looking perfect! There's still time to register - come and enjoy the day with us 🏃😉 http://ow.ly/lw7l50vX8r3

You should've received your participant booklet via email by now with all the info you need to know about event day! Give us a shout if you have any q's ✉️

It's now or never. Only 4 more sleeps… register now before it's too late 🏃 http://ow.ly/Kfa850vSX3a

We love our sponsors - they play a huge part in bringing our event to life. A major sponsor for the Dwellingup 100 is Facilitatrix. If you’ve never heard of them, here’s a little bit to know…

Facilitatrix provide support coordination, allied health & mentoring support for participants in the NDIS. Their services extend across the metro area & their support coordination program is also available in some country areas. They’re passionate about mental health & they regularly run Mental Health First Aid Training for their staff, organisations & the community. It’s available to the public & the next round of training is Oct 10 & 11. Want to know more? Email [email protected].

We're one week away from event day! If you still haven't registered, it's not too late. Jump on http://ow.ly/rUsg50vOP5K & don't forget to pop through a donation to MDWA when signing up 😉 This event wouldn't be possible without them 👊🏃

Wanna get one of these around your neck? Then join us at the Mighty Jarrah Trail Run on Saturday September 7 🙋‍♀️ All participants get a medal to take home so you can show off your achievements 😉 Register now from http://ow.ly/uRHT50vKBwT

Who else did some awesome training on the weekend?! A great spot for those who enjoy getting out of the city is Mundaring. You can find the northern end of the Munda Biddi Trail here & enjoy the scenic walk amongst golden wattles, gum trees & wildflowers. To find other Munda Biddi trails, visit http://ow.ly/AjrZ50vkMWF

Strength & Stability Tips - The Running Centre

Physio Marc See from The Running Centre shares some strength & stability tips for all you trail runners. Worth the watch if you're new or getting back into the running scene 👟

No plans for September 7? Lace up your sneakers, chuck your lead on your pup & join us at the Doggie Dash. Sign up today at http://ow.ly/7wxO50vkMTt

Our Story

The Mighty Jarrah Trail Run enters it’s fourth year in 2020 after being launched in 2017 with great success as a sister event to the Dwellingup 100 MTB Classic. The trail run features a Half Marathon, 12km & Mini 6km distances which are designed to suit participants of all ages and abilities. This year’s trail run event will be held on Sat 19th September & showcases the wider Dwellingup area, taking in plenty of great trails through the picturesque forest.

You can also bring your furry friend! The 6km trail hosts the Doggie Dash for you to bring your best friend along to.

Registrations are now open so head to https://www.dwellingup100.com.au to sign up!

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Dwellingup 100 Fundraising Prize Draw
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The Running Centre - Footwear Choices
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