Registrations open for the Get Back on Track Challenge on Thursday July 23 and remain open until 9am on Monday August 31.
There is no set event date for the Get Back on Track Challenge. Participants can take part anytime between 1-31 August . Simply find the time that suits you and go and complete your challenge!
Of course! There are six individual Get Back on Track Challenge courses available and you can participate in as many as you like. You’ll simply need to register for each individual challenge that you’d like to participate in.
All Get Back on Track Challenge participants receive a downloadable participant bib and finisher certificate. If you entered a paid event, at a cost of $29.95 plus booking fees, you’ll also receive an official Get Back on Track Challenge Finisher Medal and a 20% discount into NAB Runwest, which takes place on Sunday October 25, 2020.
The Get Back on Track Challenge is suitable for anyone who wants to give it a go, from competitive runners to social walkers. Run, jog or walk at your own pace, it’s not always about the time; it can be about how much fun you’re having.
The Get Back on Track Challenge is open to all ages. However all entrants under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a registered parent or guardian for the entire duration of the event and the accompanying adult takes full responsibility for the safety of the entrant under 12.
You can update your registration details at any time by navigating to the entry page using the link in your confirmation email and logging in with your original login details. At this point, you can change your personal details.
Your registration confirmation email will be important when you collect your race number. If you have lost it or never received it, please email email@example.com and we will resend it.
The following courses are wheelchair friendly: Binyang Matta Short Loop (Blacktown), Pimelea Loop (Fairfield) and Plough & Harrow Loop (Liverpool).
Please note that all paid entries are non-refundable, as per the terms and conditions. Alternatively, you can transfer your entry to a friend! To transfer your entry, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name, DOB, and the Challenge(s) you’d like to transfer. An admin fee of $5 will be applied.
Yes, entries can be transferred from one entrant to another. An admin fee of $5 will be applied. To transfer your entry, please email email@example.com with your full name, DOB, and the Challenge(s) you’d like to transfer.
You can upgrade from the free to the paid entry! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name, DOB, and the Challenge(s) you’d like to upgrade. The difference of $29.95 + processing fees will be payable. Please note that all entries are non-refundable, as per the terms and conditions.
Participants who register for the paid option for a Get Back on Track Challenge event will receive an email from the RunWest organisers with a unique discount code to use on the NAB RunWest registration page. Please allow 48-72 hours for this code to be emailed to you after you have registered for the Get Back on Track Challenge.
Bring whatever you need to be comfortable on your challenge. If you like to run or walk with a bottle of water, do that. Make sure you have suitable shoes and attire, and if you are choosing to wear your downloadable participant bib, you’ll need to attach it to your top with four safety pins.
You can download your participant bib by clicking on the “Download Your Participant Bib” link on the event website or in your registration confirmation email. Simply download the participant bib file to your computer. You can then print the participant bib from your printer at home or work. To attach it to your shirt you’ll need four safety pins. There are four circles, one in each corner of the bib, showing where to place the safety pins. Wearing a participant bib isn’t compulsory, but it’s good fun!
See our detailed instructions on how to validate your result and download your finisher certificate by uploading your results to the finisher portal and downloading your official finisher certificate.
Note that you cannot download a finisher certificate before August 1, which is the official start date for the Get Back on Track Challenge.
You sure can, but you will need to keep your dog on a leash at all times and please be considerate of other park users.
If you choose to wear headphones while running, please ensure you are still able to hear what is happening around you.
Yes you can, but please be considerate of other park users and ensure physical distancing.
The use of any type of drone or unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is strictly prohibited in the Get Back on Track Challenge.
Please keep a distance of at least 1.5m between you and other park users, even if you are taking the Challenge with a partner, family or friends.
Hand sanitiser is not available on course, so we encourage you to bring your own.
If you would like to download a course map, visit the specific Challenge webpage you wish to complete to find each of our corresponding downloadable PDF course maps, official Strava Route link or GPX files to upload directly into your preferred run tracking device.
If you need help, email us at email@example.com
Yes, you can participate via Strava. To access the Strava Route for your event, visit the event website page for your event and click on the “Participate Via Strava” link.
The Get Back on Track Challenge is based on an honesty system. All participants self-time their challenge. You can do this with your preferred run tracking app or your watch.
If you have entered a paid event, finishers will receive an official Get Back on Track Challenge finisher medal. This medal will be posted to you at the end of the Challenge period on August 31. Be sure to include your correct postal address in your registration form.
Each challenge has a different start and/or finish location. Refer to the individual event website page and click on the ‘Getting There’ link for more details.
Please email our customer service team at firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE READ – PARTICIPANT DECLARATION – IMPORTANT INFORMATION
All applicants for participation in the Event – and where the applicant is under 18 years of age, that applicant’s parent or legal guardian – must read, acknowledge and agree to the terms set out below, including the warning, exclusion of liability, release & indemnity. Where an applicant is under 18 years of age, the applicant’s parent or legal guardian that accepts this declaration in their personal capacity on behalf of the applicant and is expressly agreeing to be responsible for the applicant’s behaviour at the Event.
Claim means and includes any action, suit, proceeding, claim, demand, damage, penalty, cost or expense however arising including but not limited to negligence BUT does NOT include a claim against the Event Organisers by any person entitled to make a claim under a relevant insurance policy.
Event means the Get Back on Track Challenge virtual run series which will be held throughout August in the Western Sydney Parklands.
Event Organisers means Runwest Festival Limited, Western Sydney Parklands Trust and includes their directors, volunteers, officers, servants or agents, and members.
(a) release and will release the Event Organisers from all Claims that I may have or may have had but for this release arising from or in connection with my participation in the Event; and
(b) indemnify and will keep indemnified the Event Organisers to the extent permitted by law in respect of any Claim by any person arising as a result of or in connection with my participation in the Event.
14. Applicable Law: This agreement is governed by the laws of New South Wales