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Oxfam Trailwalker will return in 2020 for what will be its fifth and final year in Whakatāne, Oxfam has announced, following which the charity’s flagship event will be moving to a new location.
The community of Edgecumbe is banding together for a good cause to support the fourteenth annual Oxfam Trailwalker this weekend.
Christchurch team “Miles from Malley” are buzzing to once more take on 100 kilometres of scenic Whakātane terrain in March as part of Oxfam Trailwalker 2019.
The team from Malley & Co Lawyers – Michael Mckay, Lani Gerber, Nan Stewardson, and friend Helen Venning – are back for round two after successfully completing the 100 kilometre event in 2018.
The persevering ‘Buff Wait There’s More!’ Oxfam Trailwalker team have trumped home to a record-breaking run. The Auckland team of four, Zebedee Stone, Billie Haresnape, Dylan Steeples and Chris Webb participated in the annual 100km trailwalking event in Whakatāne this weekend – taking the “walking” aspect lightly, and electing to run the entire course.
A team full of firefighters and rescue workers - they sound unstoppable!
These four ladies met at the Great Lake Relay in Taupō, and are excited to hit the trail in March.
First-time Trailwalker team The Young and the Breathless became the first to cross the finish line at the 12th Oxfam Trailwalker charity event this weekend, completing the 100km course in 14 hours and 32 minutes.
1800 shoes laced and 900 headlamps on, participants of this year’s Oxfam Trailwalker headed off into the hills of Whakatāne before sunrise this morning.
'50 Shades of Chafe' about to embark on Whakatane's wet and windy trails for the 100 kilometre event in 2016. Photo: Nathan Munro.
The most life changing, team building, foot slogging, friendship forming, group hugging experience...ever! In 2017 Oxfam Trailwalker will return to Whakatāne, the sunshine capital of New Zealand with a new improved trail