Outback Iron Woman
Do you have what it takes to be an Outback woman working on the land? 5 days of gruelling events – here’s your chance to ‘test your mettle’ with a series of Iron Woman events with a distinctly Outback flavour. Long Waterhole event will definitely test you!
Day 1: Tuesday 19 September 2017 – 10.30am at Elderslie Street
Competitors will undertake a challenge of strength, agility and speed in transferring rural equipment over a measured distance.
Day 2: Wednesday 20 September 2017 – 9.00am at Long Waterhole
Competitors will test their skills in agility and speed while navigating their way through the Long Waterhole watercourse.
Day 3: Thursday 21 September 2017 – 12.30pm at Elderslie Street
Competitors will take part in a Farmer’s Carry challenge which will test grip, upper body and leg strength as well as mental toughness.
Day 4: Friday 22 September 2017 – 8.00am at Elderslie Street & 2.30pm at Eric Lenton Memorial Recreation Ground
Competitors will undertake two challenges today. The first will be an 8km marathon. The second will involve flipping a loader tyre end-on-end over a measured distance.
Day 5: Saturday 23 September 2017 – 2.30pm at Elderslie Street
The final challenge will require competitors to push a 4WD vehicle over a measured distance.
Prize money up for grabs!
Competitors will compete for prize money of $3730. Proudly sponsored by Rock’n’Road Bitumen & Kersh Concreting.
Incentive prizes to the value of $100 for winners of each individual event. Incentive Prizes proudly sponsored by Cummins & Haulmark Trailers.
Numbers will be capped for this event, so please register early. Registration fee is $25 per person. Full event program details coming soon.
Eligibility: Competitors must be aged 16 years or over