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Current champions:
F - Susan Keith - 31:00:46
M - Kevin Muller - 27:55:05

Race start: 5:30am, Friday, 4 December, 2020.

3 August, 2020 Update

We're delighted to open entries for the 2020 Coast To Kosci! There's been a significant amount of interest from the ultra running community, and especially those who love (and miss) Coast To Kosci. Over 11 years, there's been only 197 individual finishers. Will you be on the start line at Twofold Bay at 5:30am on 4 December?

Click here to enter.

29 July, 2020 Update

Australia’s premier ultramarathon, the 240km Coast To Kosciuszko, will return for 2020. The return of the event was announced this evening via Zoom in conjunction with the Australian Ultra Runners Association (AURA) and the Blue Mountains Running Co. (BMRC).

Race Directors Greg Wallace and Mickey Campbell beamed “We are delighted to help with the return of the iconic Coast To Kosciuszko”.

“Coast To Kosciuszko is renowned, revered and loved amongst the Australian Ultra Running community – and well beyond – and the 2020 event will evoke the spirit of past events”.

The 240km race is invitation only and is limited to 50 of the best ultra-marathon runners in the country. The race starts on the beach at Eden, NSW and finishes 240km later at Charlotte Pass after the runners have summitted Mount Kosciuszko, Australia’s highest peak.

Coast To Kosciuszko will be held in its traditional timeslot of the first weekend in December, commencing 5:30am Friday 4 December, with the cut-off time of 3:30am Sunday 6 December. It will be the 12th time the iconic ultramarathon has been held.

“We are humbled that Paul Every and Diane Weaver have entrusted Coast To Kosciuszko to our care”, said Greg and Mickey.

Coast To Kosciuszko, the most challenging ultramarathon in Australia was last held in 2017. Entries open 3 August via the website which will be updated soon.


Here is some great Preparation Advice for runners and crews from Adam Connor

Athletes: Try our split calculator to give yourself an indication of intermediate times, based on your overall goal time (Thanks to Chris Yates for this).



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