DEFINITION

The Trans Australia Footrace is the longest race of Oceania.

This race is the crossing of Australia, Coast to Coast from Perth to Canberra in 2001.

It is an individual ultramarathon in stages, its distance total is about 2656.6 miles (4274.5 km) for 63 stages, which represents an average of 42.2 miles (67.8 km) per stage.

There is a general standings accumulated by accumulation of the times of every stage.

Trans Australia parcours
 

STATISTICS

All Trans Australia Footrace

1 race

24 Starters - 14 Finishers - 14 Names

58,3% of success / 41,7% of relinquishment

  • 2001