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kMR 2023 in the news

3 April 2023

A list of articles from media outlets about the 2023 kunanyi Mountain Run.


Photo: Jackie Goudy, Credit Adam Travers

Just 3 runners complete the ‘whole hog’ at kMR 2023

26 March 2023

More than 800 runners competed in the event’s five races across the weekend, but just six runners, like pakana woman Jackie Goudy, set themselves the toughest of challenges: running 3 races including a the Ultra Marathon, across the 3 days.


Photo: Andrew Gaskell, Chimney Pot, Credit Glenn Thomas

Hobart local makes it on Australian team after winning Ultra 66km

25 March 2023

Hobart local Andrew Gaskell and Broome runner Sarah Ludowici have won an automatic entry onto the Australian team that competes at this year’s World Mountain and Trail Running Championships in Austria, after taking out the grueling 66km Ultra (Solo) event at this weekend’s kunanyi Mountain Run.


Brodie Nankervis and Jeremy Hunt VK finish

kMR 2023 Preview – who to look out for

17 March 2023

kunanyi Mountain Run returns for its second year with an exceptionally strong field of 800 plus runners, including some of Australia’s fastest trail runners.


The Art Of Running by Hanny Allston

The Art Of Running by Hanny Allston

14 March 2023

Is running really as simple as we make it out to be. Of course the motion of pulling on your shoes and stepping out a door anywhere makes it appear simple. Once out the door we take one step forward, push strongly, move our other leg forward... and away we go.


Keiser running myths

Breaking down 5 myths of running

27 February 2023

What’s the best way to prepare for the Kunanyi Mountain Run? Do I stretch? Do I run every day? How do I stay hydrated? As a runner and a Exercise Physiologist, I have heard many myths and misconceptions about how to get the most out of your runs.


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