Some familiar faces will be lining up for this year's Freycinet Challenge.
Entries are now open for the annual East Coast multi-sport event in Freycinet National Park and Coles Bay township which caters for every level from social teams to professional individual competitors.
Multi-sport specialist Alex Hunt and international rower Georgia Nesbitt will be looking to defend their crowns and add a fourth and third title respectively to their impressive sporting resumes.
Meanwhile the teams event will see the event's regular organisers combining to join the fun.
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Mountain bikers Ben Mather and wife Rowena Fry will unite with multi-sport veteran Mark Padgett and wife Louise, a former elite road rider, in a formidable 4adventure crew.
And the banter has already begun among the workplace teams.
"It is a great way to keep my staff motivated and fit through winter with the Freycinet Challenge in October our focus," said Moo Brew chief brewer Dave McGill.
It is a great way to keep my staff motivated and fit through winterDave McGill
"Every year we have a different combination of teams to challenge each other and fellow workplaces."
Spot prizes will also be on offer to entice entrants to enter early. Entries will close on Sunday, September 22.
Entries are now open online. www.freycinetchallenge.com.au
- WHAT: Freycinet Challenge and 2019 Australian Multisport Championship
- WHEN: Saturday and Sunday, October 5-6
- WHERE: Freycinet National Park, Coles Bay
- Day 1: 16km trail run, 10km kayak, 40km cycle, 20km MTB,
- Day 2: 10km kayak, 40km cycle, 20km MTB, 9.5km trail run
- Info: www.freycinetchallenge.com.au
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