Marathon, half marathon, 10km and 5km races in the Barossa Valley beside vineyards
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30 May 2021 (Sunday)
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marathon 2019 — 151,
half marathon 2019 — 407
€61—87 (AUD 98—140) marathon,
€44—62 (AUD 70—100) half marathon
The Barossa Marathon is an annual long-distance running event held in Tanunda, the Barossa Valley, Australia. The official name of the event is Barossa Marathon Festival. About 1.000 athletes take part in marathon race and other competitions (151 runners completed marathon and 407 finished half marathon in 2019).
The Barossa Marathon is a Boston Marathon qualifier.
The running event in the Barossa Valley was first held in 1981 under the name Kaiser-Stuhl Vintage Run and included only half marathon distance. The marathon distance was added in 2012.
The Barossa Valley races were omitted in 1985.
In 2020 the Barossa Marathon Festival was cancelled due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
More about the Barossa Valley and its attractions you may find here.
Barossa Marathon Festival 2019 Finish Line
Marathon race, 26.2mi/42.195km (Barossa Marathon)
The marathon race of 26.2mi/42.195km starts at 7:30 30 May 2021 (Sunday) from Magnolia Road near Faith Lutheran College in Tanunda, South Australia.
Age limit: from 18 years old on the race date.
Half Marathon race, 13.1mi/21.097km (Barossa Half Marathon)
The half marathon race of 13.1mi/21.097km starts at 8:00 30 May 2021 (Sunday) from Magnolia Road near Faith Lutheran College in Tanunda, South Australia.
Age limit: from 15 years old on the race date.
6.2mi/10km Race (Barossa 10K)
The 6.2mi/10km race starts at 8:30 30 May 2021 (Sunday) from Magnolia Road near Faith Lutheran College in Tanunda, South Australia.
Age limit: from 12 years old on the race date.
Entry fee: €26—37 (AUD 42—60) for adults, €21—30 (AUD 33.6—48) for youth of 12—17 years old.
3.1mi/5km Race (Barossa 5K)
The 3.1mi/5km race starts at 8:40 30 May 2021 (Sunday) from Magnolia Road near Faith Lutheran College in Tanunda, South Australia.
Age limit: from 5 years old on the race date.
Entry fee: €18—25 (AUD 28—40) for adults, €14—20 (AUD 22.4—32) for youth of 12—17 years old.
The course of the Barossa Marathon (Barossa Marathon Festival) 2021 is out-and-back 13.1mi/21.097km route; marathoners run 2 loops, half marathon participants — 1 loop. The route tracks through the Barossa Valley from vineyard-surrounded Tanunda to Nuriootpa and back.
Total elevation gain of the half marathon course is 157 m.
The start and finish of all the races of the Barossa Marathon Festival 2021 is near Faith Lutheran College (130 Magnolia Rd) in Tanunda, South Australia.
You may find the official course map of the Barossa Marathon (Barossa Marathon Festival) and Half Marathon 2021 here.
The time limit for completing the marathon is 6 hours, for the half marathon distance — 5 hours 30 minutes.
The pace makers of the Barossa Marathon (Barossa Marathon Festival) and Half Marathon 2021 provide the necessary pace in order to finish within a certain time. Finish times for marathon are following: 2:30, 2:45, 3:00, 3:15, 3:30, 3:45, 4:00, 4:15, 4:30, 4:45, 5:00 hours. These are half marathon target times: 1:30, 1:40, 1:45, 1:50, 2:00, 2:05, 2:15, 2:30 hours.
13 water and nutrition stations are located at the marathon route and 7 at the half marathon route. The stations provide runners with drinking water, Powerade electrolyte.
The routes of the Barossa Marathon (Barossa Marathon Festival) and Half Marathon 2021 are certified by the Association of International Marathons and Distance Races (AIMS).
You may sign up for races of the Barossa Marathon Festival 2021 online.
The online registration is open till 28 May 2021.
If you want your name printed on your bib then you must register not later than 14 days prior to close of entries.
The entry fee for the Barossa Marathon 2021 varies depending on the date of purchase:
untill 2 March 2021 — €61 (AUD 98),
from 3 March till 28 April 2021 — €74 (AUD 119),
from 29 April till 28 May 2021 — €87 (AUD 140).
The entry fee for the Barossa Half Marathon 2021 varies depending on the date of purchase:
until 2 March 2021 — €44 (AUD 70), €35 (AUD 56) for youth 15—17 years old,
from 3 March till 28 April 2021 — €53 (AUD 85), €42 (AUD 68) for youth 15—17 years old,
from 29 April till 28 May 2021 — €62 (AUD 100) €50 (AUD 80) for youth 15—17 years old.
SA Road Runners Club members get discounts.
You may transfer your registration to another person, switch to another distance or cancel your registration with a refund. More info is here.
Your Marathon or Half Marathon Race Entry includes:
- Bib number with time measuring chip
- Bag deposit (unsecured and not supervised)
- Food and beverages stations, toilets along the course and after the race
- Pace maker service
- Finisher medal
- Online race results
- Digital race certificate with indicated finish time
- Medical aid if necessary
You may order cancellation insurance at extra charge.
You may pick up the Race Pack with your bib number:
29 May 2021 (Saturday) from 9:00 till 24:00 at Graduates Oval, Mackinnon Parade, North Adelaide SA;
30 May 2021 (Sunday) on race day from 6:00 till 7:30 at the Race Village, Faith Lutheran College (130 Magnolia Rd) in Tanunda SA.
No health certificate is required to enter any race of the Barossa Marathon Festival 2021.
1. Paul Mulholland 02:34:38
2. David Staehr 02:39:59
3. Michael Loader 02:45:14
1. Ashlee Shepheard 03:18:06
2. Karyn Carson 03:22:48
3. Jenelle Dziano 03:26:51
* Source: eventstrategies.racetecresults.com
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Date: 23 August 2020 (race cancelled)
Temperature: 3°C – 13°C (38°F – 55°F)
Wind: 17 km/h (11 mph)
Date: 11 August 2019
Temperature: 4°C – 10°C (40°F – 51°F)
Wind: 25 km/h (16 mph)
Date: 19 August 2018
Temperature: 9°C – 13°C (48°F – 55°F)
Wind: 27 km/h (17 mph)
Date: 28 May 2017
Temperature: 4°C – 13°C (40°F – 56°F)
Wind: 20 km/h (13 mph)
Date: 29 May 2016
Temperature: 6°C – 15°C (44°F – 59°F)
Wind: 10 km/h (6 mph)
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