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Brisbane Track Ultra 2017

Date: 23 - 24 September 2017

Venue: Queensland Sports & Athletics Centre (QSAC) Kessels Rd, Nathan



The Brisbane Track Ultra (BTU), hosted by River City Runners, will feature 24hr, 12hr, 6hr (including a 6hr team relay event) and marathon track events. The inaugural event will be held at the Queensland Sports and Athletics Centre’s State Athletics Facility located on the southside of Brisbane. This facility features a certified, international standard 400m track with night lighting. Currently being resurfaced, BTU participants will be among the first to enjoy running on this brand-new track.

Follow the BTU 2017          event page here: BTU Event Page



Whether you are an experienced ultra-runner or a beginner, you are welcome to participate.

Race Directors: Jodie Oborne and Susannah Harvey - Jamieson

Official Timers: Timing Wizards (Electronic Timing)

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Brisbane Track Ultra 2017
  • Certified 400m track (night lighting)

  • Venue of the 1982 Commonwealth Games

  • Electronic lap counting

  • Basic food and drink supplied for runners

  • This event is the last opportunity for prospective entrants for this years C2K to meet qualification requirements

  • Accommodation conveniently located close to the track

  • Trackside tents allowed

Event Registration

Sep 22, 2017

Start Time 10.00am Saturday 23 September 2017 and ends 10.00am Sunday 24th September 2017

24hr Track Event

Early Bird Entry $190

AURA Member Early Bird Entry $170

Regular Entry $240

AURA Member Regualr Entry $216


Sep 22, 2017

Start Time 12.00pm Saturday 23rd September 2017 and ends 12.00am midnight Saturday 23rd September 2017

12hr Track Event

Early Bird Entry $130

AURA Member Early Bird Entry $117

Regular Entry $170

AURA Member Regualr Entry $150

Sep 22, 2017

Start Time 6:00pm Saturday 23rd September 2017 and ends 12.00am Sunday 24th September 2017

6hr Individual Track Event

Early Bird Entry $70

AURA Member Early Bird Entry $63

Regular Entry $90

AURA Member Regular Entry $80

Sep 22, 2017

Start Time 6.00pm Saturday 23rd September 2017 and ends 12.00am Midnight Sunday 24th September 2017

6hr Relay Track Event

Early Bird Entry $80

Regular Entry $100

Relay Teams of 2 to 6 people

Sep 22, 2017

Starts at 10.00am Saturday 23rd September 2017

Marathon 42.2km

Early Bird Entry $42.20

Regular Entry $60

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  • Race entries close 12.00pm 17 September 2017

  • Early bird entries close 23 August 2017

  • Each entrant will receive two race numbers.During your race, you must display your number on your front and back. We recommend an elastic belt to allow for fast clothes changes.

  • Toilets and showers are available close to the track.  A portable toilet will also be located near the track.

  • 1st, 2nd & 3rd place getters in each event will receive a trophy.

  • A sausage sizzle will be available for non runners for limited times during the event.  It is recommended you bring your own food, alternatviely there are food outlets within a 2-3km radius of the stadium. Tea, Coffee and other drinks will be available for purchase.

  • For further enquiries call Race Directors Jodie Oborne 0407 732 528 or Susannah Harvey-Jamieson 0409 891 949


The State Athletics Facility is located next to the main stadium at Queensland Sports and Athletics Centre.  It is primarily used as the competition venue for QLD Masters, QLD Athletics, QLD Little Athletics and is also used by over 80 schools and organisations each year for a range of events. The track is currently being totally refurbished and will be completed in time for the Brisbane 24hr event in September.

There is ample parking conveniently located adjacent to the venue. The venue has 24hr security.  Showers facilities are also available.

QSAC is located at Nathan approximately 10 kilometres south of the Brisbane CBD and 20 kilometres south of Brisbane Airport.

Public Transport is also available, check out translink to plan your journey.


Basic nutrition for runners such as sandwiches, potatoes, fruit and soup will be available along with sport drink.  A microwave will be available for heating up food as well as hot water.

If you have any specialised nutrition/hydration we encourage you to bring that along.


It is recommended that support crews provide their own tables and chairs. Preference will be given to interstate runners for any furniture available at the venue.


Accommodation options close to the event include:

1. Robertson Gardens Comfort Inn

2. Travelodge Hotel Garden City


  • Competitors are responsible for the actions of their crews and supporters.

  • The computer lap scoring area is strictly out of bounds to all except those involved in lap scoring. All queries to go to the race director who will liaise with lap scorers. Our lap scoring team will record all competitors and will issue hourly reports.

  • All complaints and/or protests to be made in writing to the race director.

  • Rule violations may lead to disqualification.

  • Numbers to be securely pinned back and front to ensure accurate lap scoring. If your numbers are obscured, then you may not be recorded by the lap scorers.

  • Ultra-competitors to advise in advance of any record attempts.

  • Runners must stick to the lanes they have been allocated.

  • It is good sportsmanship to allow faster movers to be on the inside of a lane, in longer events walking and eating are allowed. Please move to the outside of the lane or the next lane (when two are allocated) to allow faster athletes to continue.

  • Athletes taking either extended breaks from the track or withdrawing from their event should alert the race director.

  • When joining the race after a “break” the athlete should be aware of any turnarounds that may have happened: The procedure for joining the race following a turnaround is to continue in the direction that you were going when you left the track. If the race is still going the same direction then you simply continue. If the race is coming in the opposite direction to when you left then you need to run against the traffic (preferably in the outer lane of your event) until the start finish line where you will turn around after crossing the timing mat and rejoin the field in their direction.


Jodie Oborne

Jodie is a 5 time Australian Representative finishing 6th at the 2015, 24 hour  World Championships in Turin and followed this up later that year with a win at the Soochow International 24 hour in Taiwan.   Jodie has also competed in 24 hour events in China and Taiwan and completed numerous other International and local ultra events.

Jodie is also passionate about helping others achieve their goals as a running coach and now extends this in her role as Race Director and was recently elected Vice President of the Australian Ultra Running Association.  Jodie is a regular at the Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre and has run more than a thousand laps of the track at the State Athletics Facility.

Jodie has been running for over a decade, and is passionate about getting more women to experience trail and ultra running and now works as a Recreational Running Coach helping others to achieve their running goals.  She is an Ambassador for Running Mums Australia and has two children a daughter Kira aged 17 and a son Cale aged 14.  She lives in Brisbane, Australia.

Significant Achievements
6th female and 43rd overall, 230.244km, 24 Hour World Championships, Turin ITALY, 11-12 April 2015.
28th IAU 100km 8:34:45 World Championships, Winschoten, The Netherlands (100km PB) 12th September 2015

1st Female, River Run 50km, Brisbane, 16 August 2015

1st Female, Trail Des Cagous 80km, New Caledonia, 24 May 2015

2nd Female, Convicts & Wenches 50km Trail, 15 March 2015

12th Female, Tarawera Ultramarathon 100km, 7th February 2015

10th Female 2014, The North Face 100km 12:49:41

Australian Record
Women’s 12 hour road, 123.188km

Australian Age Group Records
Women's 40-44 24 Hours 230.244km
Women's 40-44 200km 20:42:23
Women’s 40-44 100 miles 15:44:42
Women’s 40-44 12 hours track, 127.789km
Women’s 40-44 50 miles road, 7:09:22

2014 Australian Marathon Championships – Team Silver (Queensland)
Gold Coast Airport Marathon

2014 Australian Half-Marathon Championships – Team Gold (Queensland)
Blackmore’s Sydney Running Festival

Runner Up 2014 National 24 Hour Championships
Coburg 24 Hour 212.432km

Other Results
1st Washpool World Heritage Trails 50km, 5:07:00 (course record)
3rd Surf Coast Century (100km) 2014,  10:20:59
Oxfam Trailwalker Sydney 2014 – 1st Female Team
Oxfam Trailwalker Brisbane 2014 1st Team and female course record holder

Susannah Harvey-Jamieson

Mount Mee Classic 50k – 4:56 (1st female, 2nd overall)

First 24hour in Coburg 2009 – 209.458 (1st female and 3rd overall)

100km World Championship 2009 in Tourhout, Italy – 9:08 (PB)

Commonwealth 24hr Championships – Keswick – 206.979 (Bronze Medal Individual, Silver Team Medal) 2009

World Championship 24hr – Brive, France – 212.127 (PB) 13th overall and team Silver Medal 2010

50k Gold Coast Super Marathon 2010 – 4:20 (PB)

6hr Sri Chinmoy track 2010 – 65.352 (PB) 1st female, 1st overall

Badwater 2010 – 35:20:38 (back when the start was during the day) 4th female

2010 Australian Grand Slam (only female) – Glasshouse 100 mile, Great Ocean Walk 190km (1st and only female finisher) Great North Walk 100 mile, Coast to Kosci 240km in 4 consecutive months

Commonwealth 24hr Championship – Llandudno, Wales – 204.373 (Team Bronze)

Overall – represented Australia 6 times in either World or Commonwealth Championships 100km and 24hrs

4 times C2K finisher (including 2nd in 2009, 34:16 – PB)

Ultraman Australia finisher 2016

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