Results - 2019

 The 2019 edition was the most competitive in the history of the event, especially in the women's field. The Solo categories were taken out by Nathan Stewart from Newcastle and Elizabeth Dornom from Melbourne. They both took an early lead and while Liz was pushed by her sister Bern all the way and successfully maintained her first position, Nathan had a strong ride and run leg coming into the paddle with a significant advantage but nearly lost it having difficulties to navigate the kayaking leg.  Numerous battles were happening for the 2nd and 3rd position during the course. Angus Rodwell and Josh Roy demonstrated outstanding paddle times and got on the podium racing flat out on the last section of the course.

The relay category was again won by Tandoori Chickens family team of Rob and Felix Davis. In AR Duo category locals Tim Boote and Teagan Boote forming a team East Gippsland Adventure Co dominated all the way to the finish. 

 Jayden Thrush and Cassandra Spencer finished first in Male and Female categories of O-Duathlon race on Sunday.

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Results - 2018

The probability theory did not fail us this year and brought stunning weather to the East Gippsland. The Event had clearly seen increased numbers and local support. Inclusion in Adventure Cup series brought a few star athletes in; James Pretto from Melbourne managed to secure neck to neck win over his long-time rival, local adventure star Tim Boote; whilst Bern Dornom proved to be fastest lady over her rivals Maria Plyashechko and Marlena Ahrens. First team home was local "VT and The Meat Eaters" with Rod Smith, Joel Claxton and Patrick Howlett showing great performance in bike, run and kayak legs respectively.

O-Duathlon had seen national level orienteer Marina Iskhakova from Canberra taken out the females, and Luke Haines from Geelong proved to be fastest all-around adventurer, taking the win in males, after securing third overall position in Multisport Challenge on the day before.   

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Results - 2017

The severe weather forecasts split the field into two halfes - the one that turned up, and the other one that did not. AJ team took calculated desicion to run event, and it was great success. Luckily competition did not get less fierce as all the main competitors were in the first half of the field.

Event was taken over by relay team Tri-X Performance, with young gun and raising star Tom Fisher demolishing the bike leg. First individual across the line was local elite adventurer Tim Boote. He was not short of competition with Rob Preston from Traralgon and Ian Franzke from Mt Beauty hot on his heels taken second and third. Wendy McAlpine blasted through the course ahead of most of the male field to win innaguaral East Gippsland Adventure Challenge

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