The Dolphin run is an out and back course on the Esplanade at Semaphore, along the Coast Park. It’s a great way to start the running year for the whole family! And you really might see dolphins!
SARRC’s first half marathon of the year is held in the beautiful Clare Valley and is the first event of our Triple Crown Series which includes the Clare Valley, Greenbelt and McLaren Vale events.
Join in on one of Adelaide’s most iconic running events – the 42nd Adelaide Marathon and SARRC’s 40th birthday.
The Adelaide Marathon has attracted over 30,000 entrants since the inaugural year and we can’t wait to share the journey with you in 2020. Distances include the Full, Half, 10km 5km and Kids Fun Run with all distances receiving Finishers Medals.
Greenbelt has evolved over the years; from changes to its course to shorter distances being added.
The Greenbelt Challenge will consist of 5 distances.
The Barossa Marathon Festival is held every year starting in the scenic vineyard-surrounded Tanunda. The event attracts runners from right across the world, wanting to challenge their fitness levels in the marathon (42.2km), half marathon (21.1km), 10km and 5km events. The course is very flat, perfect for those wanting a quick time or ‘personal best’.
The Yurrebilla Trail is one of Adelaide’s treasures. The trail winds its way through a series of National Parks and Conservation Reserves under the Mt Lofty summit, as it makes its way across the western face of the Adelaide Hills.
Held in one of South Australia’s best-kept secrets, and just 45 minutes from the CBD, the half marathon course takes in the Shiraz Trail between McLaren Vale and Willunga, with a loop along the rail trail between McLaren Vale and Seaford. The 10km and 5km courses are a fast dash towards Willunga and back. The McLaren Vale half-marathon course has been measured to AIMS standards. Finisher Medal for all Events Electronic Timing & Certificate Age Category Awards Drink Stations First…
A picturesque course leaving from Wigley Reserve, Glenelg, and heading south along the coast, takes in the new scenic Somerton boardwalk, before returning to Glenelg. SARRC’s last event for the year gives you a chance to record your PB over the 10 and 5 km distances.