The last Oxfam Trailwalker team crossed the finish line after 5am this morning at Mt Coot-tha after walking 55km in 22 hours and 22 minutes. The first team to finish, Team Brioche, completed the 100km in 13 hours and 25 minutes on Friday night and were greeted by family, friends and popping champagne. Team Brioche was the fastest […]
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Registrations are open for all four Oxfam Trailwalker 2017 events, with more than 6,000 Aussies expected to take part in the endurance challenges in Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney and Perth with an aim to raise over $6 million to help fight poverty and injustice at home and around the world. Teams of four will tackle 100km […]
Oxfam Trailwalker Brisbane has come to a close with the final team – ‘Team 479 iWalk – Cookies Monster’ – crossing the finish line this morning after walking 55km in just under 24 hours.
Over the next two days, 239 teams of four will walk or run either 95km in under 48 hours or 55km in under 24 hours, staying together the whole time. It’s one of the nation’s most gruelling endurance challenges with teams navigating some of Brisbane’s most rugged bush land.
More than 550 people are gearing up to walk or run 95km tomorrow through the D’Aguilar National Park to raise money for Oxfam to help fight global poverty. They’ll be joined by another 396 people tackling the 55km trail on Saturday.
Participants are gearing up for this year’s Oxfam Trailwalker Brisbane and it’s hoped they’ll help raise more than $1 million to help fight global poverty.
Oxfam Trailwalker Brisbane has come to a close with the final team crossing the finish line this morning after walking through rugged terrain for more than 22 hours.
The first teams have crossed the finish line at Oxfam Trailwalker Brisbane, but while some have put their feet up there are still hundreds of people braving the wintery conditions.
One of Australia’s toughest events, Oxfam Trailwalker, kicks off in Brisbane today with about 1200 participants taking on the challenge to walk or run up to 100kms and support those living in poverty.
One of Australia’s toughest charity events, Oxfam Trailwalker, kicks off today in Brisbane with around 1300 gutsy walkers taking on the challenge to support those living in poverty.