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Bloated Goat 30km, Little Fat Lamb 20km, Bleating Kid 12km

Distances & Price:
Registration closes Tuesday prior to the event, unless filled up sooner.

Event Location:
Wungong RP
Event Start Time:

6.00-6.50 am Bloated Goat and Little Fat Lamb Arrival and Bib Pickup
7.00 am Bloated Goat and Little Fat Lamb Race Briefing 
7.10 am Bloated Goat Start
7.30 am Little Fat Lamb Start

7.00am-7.40am Bleating Kid Arrival and Bib Pickup 
7.50 am Bleating Kid Race Briefing 
8.00 am Bleating Kid Start

Registration closes Tuesday prior to the event, unless filled up sooner.


 

Bloated Goat 30km, Little Fat Lamb 20km, Bleating Kid 12km

Event Date:
22-Mar-2020
Event Start Time:

6.00-6.50 am Bloated Goat and Little Fat Lamb Arrival and Bib Pickup
7.00 am Bloated Goat and Little Fat Lamb Race Briefing 
7.10 am Bloated Goat Start
7.30 am Little Fat Lamb Start

7.00am-7.40am Bleating Kid Arrival and Bib Pickup 
7.50 am Bleating Kid Race Briefing 
8.00 am Bleating Kid Start

Registration closes Tuesday prior to the event, unless filled up sooner.


 

Event Location:
Wungong RP
Directions to Event:
From Perth, travel southeast on Albany Highway past Armadale, turning right (south) onto Admiral Road, where it is signed. Do NOT turn into the Bungendore Park car park, which is located before Admiral Road. Travel downhill to the dam, which is at the end of the road. After passing through the white park gate, you will see the start/finish. Continue on to the car park slightly further on your right. If that's full, travel approximately 600 mtrs further (up a hill) to the other car parks.

Summer Series Finale!

Course Description

Bloated Goat: 30km +/-1600m : The Toughest Race in WA.

Little Fat Lamb: 20km: +/-1000m : The toughest HALF MARATHON in WA

Bleating Kid: 12km+/-650m : The toughest 12km Race in WA

These hills will surprise you! It will shock some, and delight others! Either way, you won't forget it! You may even feel like that goat...chewing up the elevation! For the rest of you, keep on going, there's more climbing to do! When you think you're done, continue. The hills are relentless.

Courses will be well flagged - and marshalled at a few key intersections. We will do our best to keep you on course, but it is your responsibility to keep aware of the flagging.

Which distance should I choose? 

 

 

Bloated Goat is something you must train for! It's also something we're putting in a qualifier for. It's the toughest event in WA and it's not for everyone.

Little Fat Lamb: Yes there's still hills and yes, it will be a challenge, and perfect for you if you completed the BLUE COURSE Summer Series. And also perfect for you, if you have completed a TRAIL MARATHON. 

Bleating Kid: Still hills, still a challenge and perfect for you if you completed the GREEN COURSE Summer Series. And also perfect for you if you have completed a TRAIL HALF MARATHON.  

 

 

Aid Station


Foot Bath Stations: Four footbath stations will be found on course. We must use these to avoid spreading dieback. Each station will have a marshal to help you. You must STOP and STEP each foot into the solution. (Only the Bloated Goat runners will go through the footbath)

Qualification Standards: We do not require it at this point, but if you plan to enter, you should have completed a similar distance (and hilly) trail event in under 5hrs, have a fairly recent marathon time of under 4hrs, or have completed a fairly recent 20+km trail event within the timeframe allotted. You should also be capable of self sufficiency on the trails for the distance and terrain, taking weather into account.

Cut Off Times: Bloated Goat has an 5 and half hour cut-off time (12.40PM). You must be at the aid station 16 km point in 2.5 hours or you will not be allowed to continue (rarely does a runner speed up for the second half!).

Aid Station: The aid station is accessed for Bloated Goat Runners at 16km, and 26km. For Little Fat Lamb it's located at 15.5km. The Aid Station will stock water, carbohydrates, electrolytes (so, bring your reusable, collapsible cup!) and bananas.

Poles: No poles are allowed for this event.

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Note: Disposable cups are NOT provided at our events. All racers are provided with their very own reusable silicone collapsable cup. Be sure to collect your cup with your bib if it's your first event. If you've lost your cup, let us know. 15 ltr water jugs are provided at the finish line, so have your cup handy!

1. Hydration: We recommend a bladder of at least 2 litres. Minimum requirement is 1.5 litres of water for Bloated Goat and Little Fat Lamb. 1litre of water minimum for Bleating Kid. This is serious stuff guys!

2. You must also wear your race bib at all times during the event.

3. This event requires "semi-self sufficiency". You are responsible for carrying enough water supply to safely complete the event.

Will you meet the Goat?

Cost for entry:

Booking Partner: 100% of profits are going to Indigenous Scholarships