The most audacious feat of endurance ever attempted on New Zealand soil. 'FIFTY' is the epic documentary movie about Mal Law's incredible High Five-0 Challenge.
Event has past Fri 3rd Feb 2017. Doors open at 630 pm for a 7pm start. The film lasts approx 87mins.
Ashgrove Bowls Club at Ashgrove Sports reserve, Yoku Road, Ashgrove 4060
Fun! Who doesn't love watching a movie about epic trail adventures while surrounded by like minded folk, in a totally casual setting? Also, any proceeds will be donated to Mental Health to further Mal Law's original purpose with the High Five-0 challenge.
Tickets cost $12 and can be purchased below:
What do you need to bring:
- A chair, bean bag or something else to make yourself comfortable for the duration of the film.
- Snacks and non-alcoholic drinks of your choosing. Preferably nothing too smelly or messy for the sake of those around you and those of us doing clean up afterwards.
- Plus, any shoes that you would like to donate to Sharing Soles. See tips on how to work out if your old shoes make the cut here: http://www.thetrail.co/sharingsoles
You! And all your trail loving friends of course. Invite them along and make an evening of it.
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Wednesday, December 14 2017 at 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Salomon and Suunto athlete, Caine Warburton is making an appearance at The Trail Co!
An athlete with an impressive number of race wins under his belt, Caine knows the highs and lows of competitive sport. Pulling from his experiences, Caine will tell us about athlete recovery, injury prevention and give you some tips on making a comeback.
Check out Caine's blog for a bit more info on the man himself, there is lots to read :)
Tickets can be purchased below, with proceeds going to Sharing Soles, an awesome charity helping Nepali people. Stay tuned to the Facebook event for event updates and for a sneak peek at a couple of awesome spot prizes :)
Why not bring along your unwanted shoes too?? Find out what we are looking for.
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Thurs 6th Oct 2016
7pm to 830pm
With Ultra Trail Australia entries set to open in October, there's no better time to start soaking up knowledge about what to expect, how to kick off your training and where to look for motivation. And who better to learn from than an all-round top bloke, Mile 27 Coach and international trail runner with plenty of podiums to his name - including a nail-biting second place finish at UTA100 in 2016? We're talking of course, about Ben Duffus. Ben will be talking motivation, sharing some stories from the trail and giving some tips on how you should be getting started with your base training for an event like this. It will be a great chance to learn from a runner who's already experienced a host of highs and lows in his running career and should offer something for anyone, whether UTA is a goal for you or you're just interested in what it takes to be an elite trail, mountain and ultra runner.
Tickets will sell out quickly so please purchase them below soon to avoid disappointment. All proceeds will go towards Share Your Soles and the Friends of Himalayan Children.
Share Your Soles is a new iniative designed to get your preloved shoes onto grateful feet in Nepal. See details about which shoes are able to be accepted here and if you've got any that fit the bill, you can bring them along to donate on the night.
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