The Half Nugget is a Trail Run/MTB Duathlon over the same trail run, mountain bike, and final run course as the Full Nugget. You'll start on Waihi Beach and finish at the Cornish Pumphouse in Waihi.
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You can take on the Half Nugget as either an individual or grab a buddy and tackle it as a team of two. If you're doing it as a team you will both need to complete the final short run and finish together at the foot of the Cornish Pumphouse.
|Total Distance||33 km|
|10 km Coastal Trail Run|
|22 km Mountain Bike|
|400 m Final Solo/Team Run to the finish|
|Registration Venue||Waihi RSA - 71 Seddon Ave, Waihi|
|Registration Time||4.30 pm to 9.00 pm|
|Full Race Briefing||8.00 pm. Waihi RSA - 71 Seddon Ave, Waihi|
|Late Registration||6.00 am at Waihi i-SITE by prior arrangement|
|Transitions Open||6.00 am T2 & T3. 6.30 am T4. Open for equipment drop-off|
|Race Start Location||Coronation Park. Leo St, Waihi Beach|
|Final Race Briefing||7.45 am - Individuals and Team Runners|
|Race Start||8.00 am|
|Cut-off Times||Run: 1.30 pm at T3 - Ngatitangata Rd|
|MTB: 3.00 pm at the MTB midpoint|
|Final: 4.00 pm at the Finish Line|
|Prize-giving Venue||Waihi Memorial Hall - 41 Seddon St, Waihi|
|Prize-giving Venue Open||6.00 pm for drinks and meals|
|Prize-giving Starts||7.15 pm|
NOTE: Edit the course descriptions in the front matter of this page.
The Half Nugget is a Duathlon over the same trail run, mountain bike and final run course as the Full Nugget. You'll start at Waihi Beach and finish at the Cornish Pumphouse in Waihi. You can take on the Half Nugget as either an individual or grab a buddy and tackle it as a team of two. If you're doing it as a team you will both need to complete the final short run and finish together at the foot of the Cornish Pumphouse.
This event consists of:
You should prepare to be self sufficient for the duration of your race or leg(s). You will need to organise your own fluid and nutrition at each transition and then carry enough to get you through each leg.
There are no Aid Stations on the run course until you reach T3, at the end of the run leg. There are three on the MTB course; at about 5 km, 8 km & 18 km. These are intended as a top-up supply only.
Note that all Aid Stations are accessible by road, so it is possible for your support crew to meet you to supply you with extra fluid and nutrition. This must only be done at the official Aid Stations. See the Support Crew Map for Aid Station locations.
Cups will not be provided at any Aid Stations. Please BYO cup/bottle or carry your own hydration needs to help us reduce our event waste.
Support crews are not mandatory for individual athletes, and will probably have no impact on your race result. However they will make your logistics easier and are recommended if you are doing the Full Nugget or the Half Nugget solo.
Please drive carefully on all roads, especially the narrow country roads and gravel. Allow plenty of time to get to your destination, and expect some delays as there will be lots of extra traffic on the road on race day.
See the Support Crew Map for the location of Aid Stations and Transition Areas, plus other essentials like coffee and toilets.
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