|Date:||11 May 2019|
|Distance/s:||10km swim, 421.1km bike, 84.3km run|
Race Director, Tony Horton, welcomes you to Ultraman Australia, a three-day, 515 km annual endurance race held on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland.
The race is divided into three stages over three days. Each stage must be completed within 12 hours or less.
Ultraman Australia starts and finishes at iconic Noosa Heads beach, in front of the Noosa Heads Surf Lifesaving Club.
This event attracts athletes who seek to explore the extreme in physical and mental abilities. The race is limited to 45 athletes on an invitation-only basis and attracts participants from around the world. Each athlete must be accompanied by an individual support team of at least two people over the entire course.
The first Ultraman Triathlon was held in Hawaii in 1983, with the goal of staging an event which focused on the guiding principles of Hawaiian culture: “aloha” (love), “ohana” (family), and “kokua” (help).