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Zaidee's Rainbow Foundation

12 HOUR MADNESS E N D U R O

Sat 12th Oct, 7:00 am - 7:00 pm

Price

$60 - $75 AUD + BF

$60 - $75 AUD + BF

Zaidee's Rainbow Foundation

12 HOUR MADNESS E N D U R O

Date and Time

Sat 12th Oct, 7:00 am - 7:00 pm

Location

KidsTown - Adventure Playground
7287 Midland Hwy, Mooroopna VIC 3629, Australia

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Event description

 

“12 HOUR MADNESS E N D U R O”

Date: Saturday 12th October 2019

Location: MAD COW MUD RUN Course at Howe Park next to Kidstown - go to back of carpark to the start line near the Half and Full Pipe.

Time Start: 7am

Time Ends: 7pm

Ages: 15 year plus.

Capped at 750 runners only.

One wave only:

  • All runners start at 7am – ending 7pm.
  • Early Bird Special - $60 per tickets first sold 250 only at this price
  • Next tickets at $75.

 

Early Bird 1

June and July

Early Bird 2

August September October

Ticket Cost

$60 per person first 250 tickets only or till sold out.

$75 per person


You can have single runners.

Or teams of 2, 4, 6, 8 or 10 runner per team.  Max is 10 per team.

Note there is no medals for this first year event to keep cost down.

  • Rules – Singles runners can run the course full-time at anytime over the 12 hours.
  • Any members of teams with 4 and above can have two runners at the same time run the course at once.
  • What to bring:
  • You are allowed to bring a 3x3 pop up marque for your home base – these marques will be setup near the start line in the middle of the MC course.
  • The course will be a 5k+ course is the mostly the major obstacles which is located on the Mad cow course land.
  • These are yet to be confirmed but we will have over 50+ obstacles as part of the course.
  • Spectators will be allowed on the course in certain spots.
  • 3 x Water stations will be placed around the course all self-serve.
  • Note that due to the long hours there will be very few volunteers at all of the obstacles for assistance. This really is an endure event.
  • I am sure after a lap or 20 you will be right.
  • Bring all your food and other types of drink as none will be provided on the day.
  • Also suggest you bring some chairs a small first aid kit, change of clothes for all weather conditions just in case.
  • If the dam has water in it at the time we will use the one dam we have access to. Otherwise it will be empty due to no rain.

Any further question please ask Allan Turner 0412985211.

Note this event will not be cancelled.

Go to our Mad Cow Page facebook page for up-to-date information 

https://www.facebook.com/MadCo... 

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Zaidee's Rainbow Foundation

CONTACT ORGANISERVIEW PROFILE

Zaidee Rose Alexander Turner – aged 7 years and 22 days died suddenly on 2nd December 2004 from a burst blood vessel in her brain called a Cerebral Aneurism. Zaidee’s parents, Kim and Allan, founded Zaidee’s Rainbow Foundation not long after. At the time of Zaidee’s death the Turner family had been registered Organ and Tissue Donors for 5 years. As a result Zaidee donated her Organs and Tissues at the Royal Children’s Hospital, as were her wishes at the time. From this gift, the lives of up to seven other people were improved or saved. Zaidee was the only child in Victoria under the age of 16 years and we have been told one of the youngest Australians to donate her organs and tissues in 2004. She was only 1 of 6 children nationally to donate their organs. Zaidee’s Story is directed towards both children and adults so they can think about others who are waiting for a life saving operation and a suitable match for an organ or tissue. Think about giving this gift to others so they can live a better life and in some cases, have a second chance at life. Zaidee’s gift of her organs to others will allow them to have another birthday. 1 in 5 people on the transplant waiting list mwill never get the chance to have another birthday if people do not become registered donors. The symbol is representative of hope; after every storm the sun shines and there is a rainbow. For those people on the transplant waiting list, the rainbow symbol offers them hope. At the end of their rainbow is an organ or tissue to improve their life – or in most cases – save their life.