HOW iT WORKS

1. team up

Teams can be up to 10 people of any level of fitness.  We encourage as many people as possible to get involved.  Everyone can contribute and great team work will get you to the finish line.

Each team will need a Team Captain to be the primary point of contact.  The Team Captain should collect the registration fee from each team member then register in one transaction.  Click here to Register your team now. 

No team?  No worries!  Register with a Run Against Violence virtual team.

Need more team mates?  Also no worries!  Register your team and let us know how many extras you need and we will do the best we can to help.


2. pay rego

Before you start registration make sure you know the name and email address of every team member plus the postal address of the Team Captain.

Registration is $25 per person including GST.  The fee covers processing fees, finisher medal for each team member and postage costs.  All surplus funds will be invested into our Community Engagement Program.  Run Against Violence is a 100% volunteer-based association.

You can use Paypal or a credit card to pay for your entry.  If the registration fee is a barrier to your entry, please contact us.

Quick links:  Register as a Team or No Team? Register as an Individual.


3. Buy shirtS

Show the world you're willing to take steps to end family violence - buy a limited edition StepsTogether Ultramarathon shirt and Run Against Violence Run Wrap.


4. log on

Before the event begins your Team Captain will be sent a special code to join Run Down Under for free.  Your Team Captain (or a helper!) will go to the Run Down Under website and create a team account.  During the event you'll be able to see your team's virtual location on a map against Kirrily's Ultra Marathon progress from Broken Hill.


5. Be awesome!

We don't need to tell you how to do this one, you already have it covered!  Make sure you share your journey across all of your social media channels.  Let the world know you're willing to take steps to end family violence.