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Remote area first aid course 16-17 March Print E-mail

ACTRA is hosting a remote area first aid course, being run by All Aid. They run an excellent course tailored to rogaining and how to apply first aid in a genuine remote area that you would find out the back of a rogaine course. ACTRA will pay for you to attend the course on the basis that you attend the entire weekend and are willing to volunteer your time at an event, or multiple events if they are short ones, as a first aid officer during the next two years. Limited numbers. Please contact Claire if you are interested.

 
Happy new rogaining year Print E-mail

ACTRA memberships roll over on 1 January each year. For 2019 we are going to move to a membership system integrated with your event entry. This means you will not need to renew your membership now.

 

The first event for 2019 will be on Saturday 23 February with a 3 hr Twilight event being set by Craig Cowan at Stromlo Forest Park.

 
Clear with action Print E-mail

 

Spring sunshine saw 83 teams out at Mount Clear for the 6 or 12 hour event.  The hotly contested 6 hour was won overall by Matthew Crane and Martin Dent by a whopping 1750 points. Paul Cuthbert and Tara Sutherland won the mixed open and mixed vets with 1300 and the Wilkinson family won the family category with a great score of 1030 points.  Check out the full results. 

 

 

 

Barkley spent time whizzing through the bush with 12 hour teams until he was stolen by those thieving NSW lot. Fortunately David, Julie and Tom were whizzing just a bit faster and won overall with 2640 points.  Thanks to all the volunteers and of course Barkley’s sage advice.  See event photos in the Photo Gallery.

Last Updated on Monday, 05 November 2018 16:59
 
Spring into the spring rogaine: 27 October 2018 Print E-mail

Clear the decks and come and clear your head.  The spring flowers are ready for the last ACT Rogaine for the year in the Mount Clear area and some new territory to the south in NSW.

It is being held (mainly) in Namadgi National Park in southern ACT.  It’s a great area with grassy plains, open forest and a bit of history.  You can choose the 6 hour or a 12 hour event, with both events starting at 11am on Saturday 27th October.  

The Hash House is at the northern end of the course and the Hartley team will be there to fuel you up on your return.  There are a few fire trails for speedier travel and controls near the Hash House will be easier navigation.  Not so further out!

Enquiries contact Jean or Ron on 6248 9874 or email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Last Updated on Monday, 05 November 2018 16:58
 
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