Join SA’s flattest ultra marathon!

When? 9-10 November 2024
Race briefing – 9:45am
Start – 10:00am
Cut-off – 2:00pm on 10 November (for 100 mile distance)

Where? SA Athletics Stadium (formerly Santos Stadium)

How far? 30km, 50km, 50 miles (80km), 100km, 100miles, 24 hours

Organiser? Dawn Parks
Dawn is an experienced ultra runner and event organiser. She has successfully organised over 50 running events and completed 150+ marathons and 10 100+km ultramarathons, including two at SA Stadium.

What’s it all about?

The ultra running world offers a variety of challenges – from timed events to technical trails and everything in between. A track ultra holds with it a specific beauty – an ultra that can challenge anyone.

For those who’ve done countless ultras, it offers the specific challenge of seeing how fast you can go on a flat, ‘easy’ course. For those who are new to the ultra world or hesitant, it offers the advantage of a clear, simple course with aid every 400m.

For fast and slow runners alike, it offers companionship. You’ll never be far from someone to talk to – or even merely run in companionable silence with.

The SA Track Ultra builds on the foundations of tradition. It draws on the likes of other track events around the country, as well as the history of ultra track events in Adelaide – including a couple of 50/100km national championships!

Come out and find out what you can do! 

An email with the race manual, food availability, and ‘Policies & Procedures’ will be sent to all participants within a week of the event date. Anyone who hasn’t registered that wishes to receive the email can do so by emailing info@satrackultra.com.au.

IAU Labelled & (will be) AURA Listed

About the organiser…

Dawn is an experienced ultra runner and event organiser. She has successfully organised over 50 running events through GoodRunnings, which aims to promote affordable running events showcasing the beauty of South Australia. She has completed 150+ marathons and ten 100+km ultramarathons, including two at SA Stadium. In her last ultramarathon at SA Stadium, she ran overnight to nab third place female in the national 100km track championships – before dashing off to attend her citizenship ceremony.